New Covenant Christian Church

A Messianic Torah Observant Congregation

Welcome to NCCC. We are pleased that you are taking the opportunity to get to know us.

We are a Messianic, Torah observant, congregation. By stating that we are a Messianic congregation, we are simply acknowledging that we have embraced Jesus (His Greek name) / Yeshua (His Hebrew name) as Savior of all those who confess Him as such. To be Torah observant is to hold to the belief and to act on that belief as a practice of faith, that the Torah (first five books of the Bible) is in fact the everlasting Word of God, for all generations of those who put faith in the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. We celebrate the Sabbath [Saturday] because it is commanded by God in the Torah. It is the fourth commandment. The congregation gathers together each Sabbath at 3:00 for a time of worship, fellowship and teaching. We have a Facebook page . It is updated on a weekly basis with information such as events that celebrate the Feasts of the LORD.

** Therefore we support and stand with Israel. **

** Our Mission **

      “I will bless those who bless you, and whoever curses you I will curse and all peoples on earth will     be  blessed through you.”   Genesis 12:1-3

  For Zion’s sake I will not keep silent, for Jerusalem’s sake I will not remain quiet, till her righteousness shines out like the dawn, her salvation like a blazing torch. - Isaiah 62:1

 ** Our History **

NCCC has been in existence since 2004. We began returning to our Hebrew Roots in 2009 as we were led by the Holy Spirit to do so. Should you be interested in finding out more about our Hebrew Roots journey, Pastor James Morel has written a book titled Destiny Seekers.

New Covenant Christian Church derived its name from Jeremiah 31:31-33, “Behold, the days are coming, says the LORD, when I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel and with the house of Judah—not according to the covenant that I made with their fathers in the day that I took them by the hand to lead them out of the land of Egypt, My covenant which they broke, though I was a husband to them, says the LORD. But this is the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel after those days, says the LORD: I will put My law [Torah] in their minds, and write it on their hearts; and I will be their God, and they shall be My people.”  



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** Our Saturday Sabbath Schedule **

 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm   SATURDAY Sabbath Celebration

  Youth Ministry begins at 4:00


   ** NCCC is a member church of Christians United For Israel **

  ............     TUESDAY  morning  prayer time at 7:30 am  ............

......... WEDNESDAY evening  TORAH  Studies at  7:00 pm  ......

..... SABBATH SATURDAY Service at 3:00 pm .....




Phone: (603) 524-3378.. Emergency calls, Contact Pastor Jim Morel (603) 293-4702

New Covenant Christian Church, 31 Lindsay Ct., Laconia, NH 03246

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Pastor Morel and NCCChurch have made available several booklets to help you better understand his teaching and the beliefs of our church. The titles are listed below and are available by Emailing to this address and requesting the title you would like. jmdestiny

 Available booklets ( Free )

Reconsidering the Sabbath

God purposefully both created and sanctified the Sabbath. The question must be asked, why does the traditional Christian church hold to nine of the Ten Commandments and not to all ten, excluding the fourth ? Exodus 20:8 “remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy”. It is the intention of this booklet to offer an explanation to this very critical question .

The Hebraic Roots of our Faith

The roots of Christianity are established in the Hebraic faith of Jesus/Yeshua founded in Biblical Judaism. As Christians we are grafted into redeemed Israel. Romans 11:17-18, “And if some of the branches were broken off, and you, being of the root and fatness of the olive tree, do not boast against the branches . But if you do boast, remember that you do not support the root, but the root supports you.” Biblical Judaism instructs us on how we are to live as God’s distinct, unique, and chosen nation of Israel. Jesus/Yeshua taught from, clarified, ad practiced the Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament/TaNaK).This booklet describes the importance and significance of knowing God’s covenant and promises, who Israel is, and how these relate to the plan of God for the redeemed. 

The Feasts of the LORD

The Feasts are given as an everlasting celebration for all generations of believers in the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. These are everlasting feasts of the Lord, for the Lord has said, “…these are My feasts” (Lev 23:2) We celebrate the feasts today out of obedience to the Lord .This booklet answers the following questions:

What is a Biblical Feast?

What have we to do with the Biblical Feasts today?

Have any of the feasts actually been fulfilled?


 Glossary of Terms

This booklet contains common words and phrases used within the teachings of a Torah-observant congregation concerning our Hebraic roots from Abraham to the future restoration of the whole house of Jacob (Israel) and the reign of Jesus on earth.

God’s Everlasting Covenants

 As believers, we entered into covenant with our Heavenly Father for eternity, This booklet explains the differences between covenants, testaments, and contracts. It then goes into the eight different covenants and the two basic types (conditional and unconditional). The covenants are explained as being everlasting and are built one upon another. The Bible itself declares that it is based upon the covenants that God has made with man. (Gen.17:1)

Hebrew Idioms

This booklet supplies a list of Hebraic idioms and with each idiom at least one passage of Scripture that uses that particular idiom.  (Example of an idiom would be Someone unfamiliar with English idioms would probably not understand that  to be “under the weather” is to be sick) 

Putting it all together -Yeshua’s Mission and Ministry 

This booklet addresses the issues of Jeshua’s/Jesus mission and ministry of salvation and restoration of the kingdom of Israel. It answers the questions.

* For whom did Jeshua/Jesus come?

* Who are the lost sheep of Israel?

*Why did Yeshua/Jesus say it was finished?

Also discussed are the two parts of Yeshua’s/Jesus commission to His disciples, and His intent to rightly explain the true meaning of Torah..


                                 The Gospel of the Kingdom …The Elijah Task

This booklet addresses today’s task of preparing the way for the Lord’s coming, allowing the Holy Spirit to awaken the church. It is a guide to prepare the reader for conversations concerning Christianity’s roots of Biblical Judaism and the Gospel of the Kingdom. This Gospel involves the fulfillment of the prophetic Scriptures concerning the last days .

Feast of Lights

Tracing Biblical Themes Study Series

#1 The Restoration of the Kingdom 

#2 The Marriage of the Lamb 

#3 The Gospel of Salvation/The Gospel of the King 






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