New Covenant Presbyterian Church

We are a PCA (Presbyterian Church in America) church located in Dallas, TX.

Our Critical Aims Spiritual Growth: People meeting regularly around Word and sacrament to mature in Christ as His disciples. Family Ministry: People building primary relationships around principles of God's Word and supporting family values through the ministry of the Church. Outreach: A Community of believers sharing Christ and leading people in a personal relationship with Him and ministry in His church. Growth Groups: Small groups where people give and receive God's love and care through the ministry of the church.

Mission: Our mission is to lead people into a vital personal relationship with Jesus Christ and into relationships of service to bring others to Him.

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Check out our Summer Sermon Series, "The Renewing Power of Hope". Timely Gospel messages that address the uncertain times that we face today. We've made worshipping with us easy for you. You can view video of most recent services from your computer or smart phone. You can also listen to audio of our worship services, streaming content from our site or downloading the files to play on any compatible device. Recorded music is streamed with…

[09/01/15]   It's about time! We at a NCPC have a full fall schedule planned, and it's all been posted on our site. Check it out at!

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Did you know that you can stream our services live every Sunday Morning? Check it out! We've made worshipping with us easy for you. You can view video of most recent services from your computer or smart phone. You can also listen to audio of our worship services, streaming content from our site or downloading the files to play on any compatible device. Recorded music is streamed with…

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Meditations for the second Sunday of Advent The Lord Himself will give you a sign. Behold, the virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel. (Isaiah 7:14)

[03/06/13]   Did you know that this April New Covenant Presbyterian Church will be celebrating its 25th anniversary? Wow! To celebrate, we're planning a special worship service and luncheon on Sunday, April 7. Please share this with any of your Facebook friends who are or were members of NCPC. Everyone is welcome to the celebration!

The sermon audio and write-up for February 24 have been posted. We'll get everything for March 3 posted shortly. This Sunday, March 10, we'll resume our sermon series on Luke. See you Sunday!

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Better late than never! The sermon write-up and audio from this past Sunday have been posted on our website. Check it out! Also, this Sunday we will be celebrating the sacarament of Holy Communion. Take some time between now and then to prepare your hearts and minds. In our very first sermon in Luke we noted why Luke wrote. He wrote ... "so that you may know the certainty of the things you have been taught." (Luke 1:4) As you read through the first chapter you will three people who grew in 'certainty.' -- Zachariah, Mary, and Elizabeth. It is easy to read this c...

[02/06/13]   Last Sunday we looked at Luke 1:39-56. In that passage we saw Elizabeth welcome Mary -- she acted as a friend who was accepting (not judgmental), humble (made Mary feel important), spiritually discerning (saw Mary through God's eyes), and spiritually encouraging (gave hope for the future). This gracious treatment from Elizabeth resulted in Mary breaking out in a song of praise to God and acting as a friend to Elizabeth. As I reflect on that sermon this week, I am thinking that some may say, "Well of course Elizabeth was able to treat Mary in this way because Mary was righteous before God -- she was 'highly favored.'" If this reflects your thoughts, I would agree. Yet, have we considered that everyone we talk to, who has repented and taken their sin to the cross, has received forgiveness, are also 'highly favored by God,' and are as righteous as Mary was when she went to visit Elizabeth? As we keep that in mind, perhaps it will be easier TO BE a FRIEND when we greet others with words and actions that are accepting, humble, spiritually discerning and spiritually encouraging. Visit to hear last Sudnay's services, as well as other past services.

[01/21/13]   We know that with God, nothing is impossible. The Psalmist prays this: Hear, O Lord, and answer me, for I am poor and needy. Guard my life, for I am devoted to you. You are my God; save your servant who trusts in you. Have mercy on me, O Lord, for I call to you all day long. Bring joy to your servant, for to you, O Lord, I lift up my soul. Teach me your way, O Lord, and I will walk in your truth; give me an undivided heart, that I may fear your name. Use these selected verses from Psalm 86 during your personal prayer time this week. Meditate on of the requests laid out in the Psalm each day.

[01/06/13]   Today Pastor Paul challenged us to know the certainty of things we have been taught (see Luke 1:4). How we view the world determines what we believe. Our focus should be on God and His word, not on ourselves and our experience of God's word. Keep Deuteronomy 6:4-9 and Ecclesiastes 12:9-14 in your mind as you go about your week.

From the Pastor's Desk
New from the pastor's desk: Reflections before Moving a New Year! I remember taking long hikes when I was a child. In all honesty, they probably were not that long, but I will take a little "artistic license" ... my legs were shorter then. During those hikes, especially during those hikes that were straight up a mountain (ok, a hill), I remember looking back dow...

[12/30/12]   Happy New Year! We finished the year off with a bang with Pastor Paul's conclusion of his Advent series on how each Gospel demonstrates our need for Christ. In 2013 we'll delve more deeply into Luke's Gospel. Luke will show us the humanity of our Lord Jesus Christ. We at NCPC are ready for an oustanding 2013!

[11/18/12]   Wishing everyone a happy Thanksgiving!

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The Covenant Disciples class is currently studying the Bible's influence on the founding of our nation. Here is a video we were assigned as homework for today's lesson:

[10/18/12]   Remember to bring your coats/scarves and canned goods to church in the next couple of Sundays for our drives to help our neighborhood.

Why Do We Pray? Prayer holds for us an adventure of communion with the eternal God and completion of His unfolding purpose.

[09/23/12]   Get ready for another week! Reread the passage we read this morning druing the worship service, Philippians 3:15-16, and think about what God's will is for your life. Are you willing to truly know Him? Are you willing to obey Him completely? Are you willing to use His word to evaluate your actions? Are you willing to trust Him fully?

Events :: Park Cities Presbyterian Church

Park Cities Pres is hosting a Biblical Imagination Conference with Michael Card in October. For details, visit Park Cities Presbyterian Church (PCPC) is a large, extended family of people seeking to be Christ's disciples and to bear His truth into our world. That commitment is expressed in our Purpose - that we exist to extend the transforming presence of the Kingdom of our Lord Jesus Christ in Dallas and to...

Women's Ministry in the North Texas Presbytery

Ladies, the North Texas Presbytery annual Women in the Church Fall Conference two weeks away. It's not too late register. For more info, visit The Women’s Ministry Board in the North Texas Presbytery is excited to announce the annual Fall Conference! Our Conference is “God’s Grace in Women’s Ministry: Grace that Renews Minds, Transforms Hearts and Engages Culture”

Politics: Why Christians Must Be Involved

Here's some weekend food for thought that might be particularly relevant for the Covenant Disciples class, which is about to embark on a study of the role of faith in the founding of our country. When Christians abandon the public square, what happens to community values? To ethics? To moral standards?

Joe Gibbs' New Group Study - Game Plan For Life
Pastor Paul's new class kicks off Sunday, 9/16.

You've read the New York Time Best-Selling book Game Plan for Life by Joe Gibbs. Now, get the group study guide! You asked for it, we delivered! Dive into su...

[09/09/12]   Our weekly Wednesday night dinners will resume this week! Everyone come for food & fellowship as well as Bible study.

[06/03/11]   Welcome to NCPC's new presence on Facebook!

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2525 N Buckner Blvd
Dallas, TX

Opening Hours

Wednesday 18:00 - 19:30
Sunday 09:30 - 12:00
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