Service Times

Sunday Worship Schedule

8:30 a.m.

Drive-In Service

9:30 a.m.

Sunday Studies

(Sunday School & Nursery*)

10:30 a.m.

Inside Service

(Deaf InterpretationNBCC Live!) (Student Church (“Real Kids”)**,
& Nursery*

Our services are Drive-In Service at 8:30 a.m. and the 10:30 a.m. Inside Service.

Nursery, Sunday School, Children’s programming and Youth are available. 

 *Nursery is provided in Room 104 in the Education Building.

**Grades 1-5 Student Church (“Real Kids” program in Room 101 in the Education Building). 

 

Wednesday Night Activities

On Break

Connect with Pastor Steve on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. via ZOOM. Meeting id: 711 4013 5311, passcode: SmgvH6. (https://us02web.zoom.us/j/71140135311)

Wednesday Night Activities Resume in 2022

Plans are to resume our Wednesday Night Activities on Wednesday, January 12, 2022. Meals will resume at 6 p.m. with activities for all ages at 6:45 p.m. Stay tuned for more details.

NBCC Live! & NBCC Live! Archive

You can be a part of one of our inside worship services no matter where you are! We stream live every Sunday morning and Wednesday night.

Note: The 8 a.m. Inside Service and Wednesday Night Bible Study are canceled and therefore not streamed until further notice. The 10:30 a.m. Inside Service is livestreamed.

Sermons & MP3 Archive

You can listen to high-quality MP3 files of the last 10 sermon here. There is also archive information of our sermons since 2006.

Drive-In Service

The Drive-In service is unique in the Tampa area. Begun in 1972 it has provided a weekly worship service with only a very few weather exceptions. The service is broadcast over your car or portable radio on 103.9 FM and 88.7 FM. The service follows a standard worship service format of praise time, pre-packaged communion, offering, sermon and invitation. A stationary boat called the DiscipleShip is used by the Praise Team and ministers as a stage and pulpit. You stay in your vehicle.

Drive-In Exceeds 40 Years of Service

In 1972, at the suggestion of senior minister, Rev. Dean Burton, the church bought the land and used it to create a drive-in ministry. A neighbor donated a salvaged boat for use as the pulpit. Burton preached the first sermon from “Noah’s Ark” December 3, 1972. At that time, a pole and sound system, like those at drive-in movies, was used so that attendees in their cars could hear the service. In 1988, worshipers began tuning into a radio frequency for the church service when a new underground broadcasting system was installed and the ark replaced with the current building designed to look like a boat. This building was named the “DiscipleShip”, which is in use today. Below are pictures from “today” and “yesterday”.

Drive-In in the Media

Below is a collection of news videos about our Drive-In service.