We are an intergenerational church with active youth and children’s ministries that provide faith formation and opportunities for people of all ages to find their place of service using their God given gifts.
We are located at:
730 Whiteville Rd., Shallotte, NC 28470
A Christ centered church committed to a lifestyle of worship, evangelism, Biblical teaching and service.
Sunday AM Bible Studies – 9:00 AM in person
Weekly Celebrative Worship – Sunday at 10:15 AM in person (Also livestream via Facebook)
Weekly Men’s ministry Bible Study
Weekly interdenominational Women’s Bible Study
New Beginnings Community Church began its journey in 2002, sensing the movement of God to start something new. God placed His call on a special group of believers to plant a church that would be a place for those not yet in the family of God and to reach those in their community who had not yet heard of the grace of a loving God.
The first meeting place for New Beginnings Community Church was Shallotte Middle School. When the church outgrew this space, we moved to West Brunswick High School. During our time at West Brunswick High School, God provided land for a future building. In 2006, the building process started. In April 2007, we moved into our current facility. Since then, we have added a 3,000 square foot modular building to provide for more classroom and meeting space.
Because we are a mission minded church, we participate in many local mission opportunities such as Lord’s Food Pantry, CIS, Handy man ministry.
We support a Hispanic Ministry that meets each week in our facility.
We also support International Missions through the sending of teams each year to Puebla, Mexico where we work with a local missionary serving in several villages.
We have recently started a ministry to foster families in Brunswick County.
In November we begin ramping up activity as we approach Christmas. We look forward to helping provide food boxes to needy families, supporting Operation Christmas Child and our Manger build event.
This year NBCC, with the help of a stimulus grant, will embark on a community faith garden project where we will farm a 1-acre tract of land with all of the produce going to food insecure families in the Southern part of the County. We are currently recruiting volunteers to help us in preparation for the 2021 growing season.