Annual business meeting 2024

Every year, our church presents several items for our NCFF members to vote on. This year, we are presenting the proposed 2024-25 budget, a revised church constitution, and instating two new elders to our leadership board. You can find all of the related documents here on this page including bios for the proposed new elders for the board. If you have questions about any of these things, please contact the church office. There will also be opening up a Q&A time on April 7th following both services with our finance team and key church leadership. 

New Elder Bios

Jeremy Youngquist

Grant Dickau

Hi, I’m Jeremy Youngquist! I grew up a ‘preacher’s kid’ in the Seattle area and moved to the North Coast about 22 years ago to fly the helicopter for the Columbia River Bar Pilots. This was after getting a degree in ministry and completing my service in the military. Along the way I met my beautiful wife, Camille with whom I’ve been blessed to work with and minister around the world in places like Bali, Indonesia, and Mexico. We live in the Gearhart area with our sweet daughter, Emma, dog Nori, and two crazy cats.

With the exception of a couple of extended periods of living abroad, we’ve attended NCFF for about about 17 years now. I currently serve our church as a small group leader and I help with security for Sunday services. I also have a small online evangelism ministry and my family and I have a big heart for missions. As I grow older and closer to Jesus, my heart for His Church gets bigger and bigger! I’m humbled to be able to serve our NCFF FAMILY in ANY way that God asks and I’m super excited to serve you as part of our team of elders!
I was born in Alberta Canada and raised on a farm. My Christian family took me to a local Baptist church from birth. I accepted Christ as my Savior at age ten and was baptized soon after that. While attending North American Baptist College in Edmonton, Alberta, I met my wife, Jeanette, an American student. After being married for seven years, the decision was made to move to the US. We have three children and have been married for 50 years.
We lived for many years in Puyallup, WA where I was a commercial electrician. In the mid 1980s, we helped plant a church in Puyallup and that was our church until we retired in 2017. While there I served on various committees, was the building committee chair, led a small group, and served as an elder.
We started attending NCFF in March 2019. We were drawn by the Bible-based preaching and because of the value placed on the Bible and the inerrant Word of God.  We enjoy serving as ushers and working in AWANA. Jeanette and I also enjoy meeting and hosting new friends from church and bringing them to church.