Welcome to Innerchange

 

Who, Where, and When

Innerchange is a combination of our college student and young singles/career groups. Innerchange meets on Sundays at 11:00 a.m. in the NorthCreek Chapel for a worship and teaching time.  Additionally, there are midweek Bible studies for both the college student a singles/career groups.  The college students (ages 18-23) meet on Thursday nights - we call that group "Impact."  The young singles/career group (ages 24-33) meets on Friday nights - we call that group "Kaleo."  Both groups have a variety of events scheduled throughout the year that encourage fellowship and learning. Click the above event and calendar tabs for current event listings and information. Or you can always email innerchange@northcreek.org if you have questions.

Vision of Ministry

We are a group of young adults ranging from college age into our early thirties who are passionate about the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Our vision is to make gospel-centered disciples who:

1. Treasure the Word of God.

2. Seek to honor God from the heart.

3. Fervently serve the church of God.

 

Philosophy of Ministry

1. High View of God- God is great (Nehemiah 1:5). No thought or reality can compare with God (Psalm 40:5). He alone is worthy of glory and our exclusive worship (Isaiah 42:8, 48:11).

2. High View of Scripture- The Bible contains the very words of God (2 Timothy 3:16). They are sufficient to provide all one needs for life and godliness (2 Peter 1:3).

3. Low View of Man- All men are depraved (Romans 3:10-12) and have fallen short of the glory of God (Rom 3:23). Apart from the grace of God, man is hopeless to save himself (Ephesians 2:2:8-9; Titus 3:5-7).

4. High View of the Church- Jesus Christ gave His life to establish the church, the body of Christ (1 Peter 1:17-19). We as believers are called to be committed and learn how to minister to one another (Hebrews 10:24-25).

5. High View of the Gospel- The gospel is the good news of how man can be righteous before God and spend eternity with Him (Romans 1:16-17). We must embrace the gospel (Romans 10:9-10), cherish it every day (1 Peter 2:24), and boldly proclaim this truth to a lost and dying world (2 Corinthians 5:21-22).

 

Values of Ministry

1. Dependence - Proverbs 3:5-7 "Trust in the LORD with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths. Be not wise in your own eyes; fear the LORD, and turn away from evil."

2. Teachability - Proverbs 12:15 "The way of a fool is right in his own eyes, but a wise man listens to advice."

3. Commitment - Hebrews 10:24 "And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near."

4. Submission - Hebrews 13:17 "Obey your leaders and submit to them, for they are keeping watch over your souls, as those who will have to give an account. Let them do this with joy and not with groaning, for that would be of no advantage to you."

5. Fellowship - Proverbs 18:1 "Whoever isolates himself seeks his own desire; he breaks out against all sound judgment."

6. Ministry - John 13:34 "A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another: just as I have loved you, you also are to love one another."

Impact is going to Clear Lake!

Wednesday, July 3 - Sunday, July 7 | Registration Open

  

Registration price

$130 - now through May 1
$150 - May 2-31 
$165 - June 1-26 

One price for the whole time, regardless of arrival. Discounts only available for early registration and for freshman. Freshman pricing is $130 no matter when you register. You will need to ask for a promo code to receive this pricing after May 1.

What does the trip include?

You can expect to have tons of fun on the beach and in the water. Enjoy opportunities for wake boarding, water skiing, inner-tubing, swimming and volleyball along with the essentials of worship, devotions and food. Our speaker this year will be Jeremy Pray, pastor of Biblical Counseling at NorthCreek.

Required Annual Permission Form

You must submit a new Annual Permission Form before you go to Clear Lake.This year these forms must be filled out online on the links below: 

Innerchange Annual Permission (18 and older) Form 2019-2020

Innerchange Annual Permission (under 18) Form 2019-2020

Departure/Arrival:

We encourage you to carpool.There will be opportunities to arrange rides at Innerchange and Impact as the Clear Lake dates approach, but we don't formally have a departure time or location since everyone has different schedules. For those heading to Clear Lake on Wednesday, we just ask that you do not arrive before noon and that you stay through clean-up on Sunday, which is typically done by 2:00 pm.

What to bring:

Casual clothes, sleeping bag and cushion, pillow and extra pillowcase, Bible, swimsuit, beach towel, regular towel, sunscreen, insect repellent and a warm sweat shirt.

 
What are the swimsuit guidelines?

Please click here to view the NorthCreek Church swimsuit guidelines document. You are responsible to adhere to these guidelines during all church-sponsored events.

Financial aid?

If you would like to apply for financial aid, please fill out our online Impact Financial Aid Request Form 2019-2020 for review.

 
Questions?

Contact Mark at 213.445.8060 or Patti Pray at 925.286.6533. For all registration questions contact Lorraine Welker at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 925.210.9036. 

 
Ready to register?

SIGN UP FOR CLEAR LAKE

 

 
Directions

We will stay at the McCleary's property right on Clear Lake. The address is 5315 E. Highway 20, Nice CA, 95464-8539.

In case of emergency only, you may call the cottage number at 707.274.1785.


Click here to download the recommended directions (via CA-29 N through Napa). This document includes drawn-in directions not found in the written directions on this web page.

Click here to download an alternate route (via CA-29 through Napa).

Click here to download another alternate route (via I-505 N and I-5 N near Sacramento).

Below are the recommended driving directions. If you plan to use this route, be sure to download the first document above, which includes drawn-in directions:

Using a California road map, go north from the Bay Area though Vallejo to Napa. Follow the signs through Napa to continue north on Hwy 29 through wine country (Yountville, St. Helena, etc.) to Calistoga. At Calistoga, make a right on the main street (Hwy 29) heading toward Middletown. Several miles outside of Calistoga, Hwy 29 goes up over Mt. St. Helena, a scenic but slow 9-mile stretch of road.

Once over the grade, continue on Hwy 29 through Middletown and on to Lower Lake. At Lower Lake, Hwy 29 turns towards the left, but YOU keep going straight ahead on what is now Hwy 53, (heading to Hwy 20). (If stopping for fast food at McDonalds or Jack in the Box, proceed 1.4 miles up Hwy 53 and turn right onto Dam Road.)

You will pass some misleading signs that point to "Clear Lake." Disregard them because they are referring to Clear Lake town. A few miles past the stop light, you will come to a "T" where Hwy 59 ends. Make a left turn and you are on Hwy 20 heading towards "North Shore Resorts." Continue past Clearlake Oaks, Glenhaven, and on to Lucerne, which is about 9 miles from the Clearlake Oaks.

Lucerne is about 3 miles long, the last half of which is a 35 mph speed limit zone. When the town ends, there is an "end of 35 mph" speed sign. Exactly ½ mile past that sign (on Hwy 20) is our driveway on the left (lake) side of the highway. Signal well in advance and be careful; the traffic is very fast in that area. The name "McCleary" should be on the fence and the address is 5315 E. Hwy 20. Our place is in a group of about 10 houses with a cyclone fence along the road, situated between the lake and the highway. If you go too far, you will pass some grape vineyards and walnut orchards, and come to the town of Nice.

Kaleo Summer Retreat in Gold Country!

Friday, June 28- Sunday, June 30 | Registration Open

 

Come for a relaxing weekend stay in a hilltop rustic log cabin near historic gold country towns. Join us for worship, in-depth teaching in Psalms, fellowship and exciting activities!

 

COST
Early bird rate $79 (now through May 3)
Standard rate $89 (register May 4 - May 31)
Late bird rate $99 (register June 1 - June 24)


Sign up for Kaleo Summer Retreat

Financial Aid is available  Click HERE to fill out a financial aid request form.

Location: 7000 Stony Creek Road Jackson, CA  95642  Click HERE for map.

 

Impact Summer Events for 2019

 

Promotion Sunday/Lunch Afterward | June 9

Freshman Welcome @ Impact | June 6

Impact Clear Lake | July 3-7

Koket | August 16-18

 

Guys/Girls Bible Study | Tuesdays 7-8:30 PM | June 11, 18, 25; July 9, 16, 23, 30

Thursday Night Bible Study | Ongoing 7:30 PM | Pray's house

Fab Fridays | June 14, 21, 28; July 12, 26

 

 

For more information or questions, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 925-210-9036.

 

Impact Sweatshirts

 

 Impact sweatshirts featuring our new logo are available for purchase. The hoodies are dark grey with a white Impact logo and are available for $20 in all sizes. To purchase, please contact Jamie Eissner at 925-360-0409 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

Kaleo Gear

 

Kaleo jackets are available to order online. Chose either a Sweater Knit Fleece Full Zip Jacket or Quarter Zip Under Armour Pullover in moisture wicking tech fabric. Jackets are available in men's and women's sizes and are offered in three colors: black, grey or dark blue. Each jacket is $40 and will feature the new Kaleo logo!

 

Click here to purchase. 

Weekly Bible Studies

 

Impact (college) | Ages 18-24

Thursday nights | Off-Campus | 7:30-9pm

 
Kaleo (career/singles) | Ages 24-34

Friday nights | Off-Campus | 7:30-9:30pm

 

For details, please call us at 925-210-9036

Discipleship Training Sheets

Link to Discipleship Training Sheets

Bible Resources

These tools are here to help you go deeper in your study of the Bible, and deeper in your relationship with God.

Prayer
 

A Call to Prayer - This little call to prayer is the best little read on prayer we can find. Plus, it's 130 years old, so it must be good!

 

Bible Study helps

For locating verses, finding Greek words, commentaries, etc.

BibleGateway - Online Bible with commentaries and language tools.

Blue Letter Bible - Online Bible that's great when you don't have a study Bible readily available.

Bible Bulletin Board - All sorts of sweet resources, from commentaries to conference transcripts to topical Bible studies and more.

Crosswalk Bible Study Tools - It's like the entire NorthCreek library right at your fingertips.

Desiring God Ministries - John Piper's Ministries.

The Spurgeon Archive - As Kent Dresdow says, "the dead guys are the best guys." Charles Spurgeon is a great one.

 

Sermons

• NorthCreek App - Have instant access to hundreds of videos, audio files and .pdfs of Sunday sermons, Route 66, plus many lifestage class lectures.  The NorthCreek App is available on iTunes and Google Play  - Video streaming is available through the app. (Data rates apply)

OnePlace.com - This website has TONS of other knowlegeable, godly pastors and speakers' sermons that aired on the radio (e.g., Chuck Swindoll, Hank Hanegraaff, Alistair Begg, John MacArthur, etc.).

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Adam Chiappelone

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Pastor of College and Singles
Assistant: Lorraine Welker

Adam has served as the Director of College and Singles at NorthCreek Church since 2007. He is thrilled with the honor of providing leadership to this LifeStage and is thankful for his training from The Master's Seminary where he received his M. Div. degree. In his free time, Adam enjoys spending time with his wife Shannon, sons Ryle and Hudson, and daugher Addisyn.

 

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Leader of Impact (College students)

Mark has been serving college students for many years.

 

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Elder for Kaleo Community (College/Singles)

David came to the Lord in 1988 through a NCC evangelical outreach. He currently shepherds Kaleo (Singles group 24-35), teaches LifeStage groups, is in leadership with Men’s Ministry, and is vice-chairman of the elder board. He has been married since 1984 to Cindy, who disciples young women along with doing pre-marital counseling with David. Their son, Chris, is a pastor and serves with his wife, Liz and daughter Katie at The Bible Church of Little Rock. Their daughter, Allie, teaches 2nd grade at the NorthCreek Academy and is married to David DeLancey.

The purpose of Community Groups is to accomplish the following:

 

Affection - A community time of true Christian fellowship, caring for one another with the many considerations of life. The aim of the relationships formed in this group is to dive beneath the surface and share our hopes, desires, motivations, and fears.

Application - A deliberate time of soul work, challenging one another towards godliness. This time is to go beyond intellectual queries and apply biblical truths to heart problems.

Accountability - A transparent time of vulnerable communication, seeking one another for counsel and aid in areas of failure. The group is intended to be a place where weaknesses of the heart can be strengthened and encouragement can be found to fight idols of our hearts.

Addition - A training time of ministry development seeking to develop zealous disciples of the gospel. The hope is that those who attend would not just be the recipients of ministry but the catalysts for future ministry, using their talents to benefit the body of Christ.

 

This is not another teaching time but an opportunity to be open with other believers about your life. There are multiple opportunities a week to be fed the Word of God which range from pulpit preaching, Bible classes, and dialogue teaching. What our community groups are attempting to provide is a practical outlet to all this Bible knowledge. It is a means to assimilate the truth into our lives so that we might be faithful stewards of the Word which God has entrusted to us.  These small gender specific groups of men and women meet at various times and locations during the week.  To get involved, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..