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Welcome to Noelridge Christian Church

Chalice_HighWe are a Disciples of Christ Christian church where members gather in friendship and grow in their faith. Our worship experience is spiritual and uplifting, and touches people on a personal level.

At Noelridge Christian Church you are part of a caring family. We welcome all into our home with open arms. We offer many opportunities to serve and become involved. We are a small church with big church faith.

If you are looking for a church home where you can seek answers to life, grow your relationship with God and feel a sense of belonging… we invite you to visit us.

Announcements

  • Special Announcement: Weekly Prayer Ministry Begins Prayer Ministry Begins Wednesday, June 3rd! We will be meeting 5:00-6:00pm and this is a special time to retreat from your busy schedule and focus on God. Our prayer ministry will provide the opportunity to: Seek prayer for a personal need Pray for the concerns and needs of others Share in giving praise and thanks for God’s blessings We will ...
  • 2015 Noelridge Christian Church Vacation Bible School Abundance Orchard: Where Faith Grows and Hungry People are Fed Everyone is Welcome! Date: Week of July 6-10 Time: 6:00-8:15 P.M. We will be serving a meal starting at 5:30 PM for those who would like to join us. Come join us for fun, music and games! Please download and fill out registration form below and return to NCC ...

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Sunday Schedule

Please join us this Sunday!

8:30 a.m. – 9:15 a.m. Sunday School Classes

9:15 a.m. – 9:45 a.m. Fellowship Time

9:45 a.m. Worship Service & Children’s Church

11:30 a.m. Lunch Bunch (at local Restaurant)

Service Changes/Weather: Check our calendar for changes in worship times and special services.  Check local news media for weather cancellations.

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Map & Directions


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7111 C Avenue NE (north of Boyson Road)
Cedar Rapids, IA 52402
(Near CoffeeSmith’s & Subway)
Handicapped Accessible (Drive-up Canopy Entrance)
Convenient Parking

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June is Men’s Health Month

Piper-Denise-web-02-2012From Denise Piper, the Parish Nurse, Noelridge Christian Church

Tips for a Healthy Life for Men

Eat Healthy:  What you eat and drink can definitely make a difference to your health.  Have a balanced diet, and watch how much you eat.

Maintain a Healthy Weight:  Those who are overweight or obese have increased risks for diseases and conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke. Eat better, get regular exercise, and see your health care provider about any health concerns you may have.

Get Moving:  For adults, thirty minutes of moderate   physical activity on most days is recommended.  It doesn’t take a lot of time or money, but it does take commitment.  Find fun ways to stay in shape and feel good, such as gardening, cutting the grass, swimming, walking, or jogging.

Be Smoke-Free:  Health concerns associated with smoking include cancer and lung disease.  Smoking triples the risk of dying from heart disease among those who are middle-aged.  If you smoke, quit today!  There are many forms of support available to help you quit.

Get Routine Exams and Screenings:  Based on your age, health history, lifestyle, and other issues, you and your health care provider can determine how often you need to be examined and screened for certain diseases and conditions.  When problems are found early, your chances for treatment and cure are better.

Get Appropriate Vaccinations:  They’re not just for kids.  Protect yourself from illness and disease by keeping up with your vaccinations.

Manage Stress:  What’s your stress level today?  Protect your mental health, physical health, and spiritual health by being involved in activities that help balance the obligations in your life.

Be Safe — Protect Yourself:  What comes to mind when you think about safety?  Your thoughts should include simple things like fastening seatbelts, applying sunscreen, wearing helmets, and having smoke detectors.  And the easiest of all … washing your hands.

Be Good to Yourself: Take steps to balance all areas of your life.  Pay attention to your health and make healthy living a part of your life.

Source:  Men’s Health Month: NC State Health Plan

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