Earlier this year (Jan 2013), Pastor Paul Kim spoke about the relationship this new church would have with Harbor.
If we combine, what will be Pastor Paul Kim's
What about the rest of the staff/interns from both Harbor NC and NCPC?
If our churches combine, Pastor Paul would serve as the lead pastor.
Regarding preaching, the pastoral staff would deliver the sermons, with Pastor Paul as the primary preaching pastor.
presented the Misison, Vision and Values of our potential merged church.
This material has been developed and refined by the elders of both churched.
Click here to listen to the audio of Paul Kim's
has also visited a number of NCPC small groups since January.
Merge Information/Update Meeting from December 30, 2012
On the evening of Sunday, December 30, North Coast Presbyterian Church (NCPC) Pastor, Doug Swagerty, and Harbor North County (Harbor NC) Pastor, Paul Kim, co-hosted an informational meeting at the NCPC campus for all interested parties concerning the status of the proposed NCPC / Harbor NC merge.
Besides being a venue to convey updated merger information, this meeting also served as a means for Pastor Kim to share his personal story (see a family picture and learn more about Paul at http://www.harbornorthcounty.
As Pastor Kim related his personal story, he eloquently shared elements of his vision for a healthy and vibrant Bible-based, Christ-centered, multi-generational, and multi-ethnic congregation in North San Diego County.
This compelling vision has been a driving force in Pastor Kim's life for more that a decade as he
labored, first to plant and then to shepherd, Harbor NC
You can learn more about Harbor NC
Pastor Kim began the update portion of his presentation with a brief history of the NCPC / Harbor NC merger considerations:
Pastor Kim noted that this re-defining process concluded in December with the result that Harbor NC has the "blessing" of the greater HPC to become an independent entity capable of entering into a merger.
After reviewing history of the merge, Pastor Kim used a PowerPoint presentation to explain the next steps.
This presentation, accessible in its original form on this website, is summarized below:
After entertaining a number of questions, Pastor Kim turned the meeting over to NCPC Elder, Rick Sorich, who concluded the evening by requesting: 1) that all NCPC members faithfully continue to pray and to; 2) consider informing themselves about the merger process by purchasing and reading the book, Better Together http://www.amazon.com/Better-
Paul Kim's PowerPoint Presentation from December 30 Meeting