With over 70 churches in Fredericton, religion plays a vital role of the cities culture. This includes many United Pentecostal Churches within the city as well as in the surrounding area. The pastors of these churches invite NCC students to be a part of their ministry team. While attending these churches, students have been encouraged to teach Bible studies, take part in prison ministry, kids ministry, youth ministry, worship leaders and volunteer their time in the day-to-day needs of the church.
NCC students are also able to utilize their unique talents and experience practical training in ministry while on one of the many weekend ministry trips held during the school year. NCC is one of the only Bible Colleges in North America with a weekend ministry program. This program sends students to churches across New Brunswick, P.E.I, Ontario, Québec, Maine and Vermont to minister through music, testimonies, preaching and the facilitating of kids services. Every student has the chance to be involved in the weekend ministry program and is urged to do so.
Students are also encouraged to get involved at the college, whether that means being a member of the student council, on one of the social committees, participating in the annual benefit concert or being involved in chapel service. Students can sign up to run the sound booth, play an instrument, praise sing, lead in worship, take prayer requests or preach during chapel.
The focus of NCC is to develop leaders for ministry. Every area of the curriculum and programs available are centered on this mission.