National Community Church is a multi-site church that meets in theaters around the Washington, DC metro area. NCC and its worship team, NCC Worship, exist to make the name of Jesus famous in our generation. To that end, NCC, much like its nonprofit partner, Integrity Music, will donate proceeds from the recording to carry forward that mission.
Different from regular product configurations, You Alone is bundled as a five-song project with full studio recordings, stripped down, live versions of each song and videos of those live versions recorded at Ebenezers® coffeehouse. Meant to be a resource for other churches' worship teams, this Worship Resource Pack also includes lyrics and "mini teaching" messages from NCC lead pastor, Mark Batterson.
Produced by Kurtis Parks and Kyle Lee (All Sons & Daughters, Pocket Full of Rocks), You Alone features lead vocalists/musicians Parks, Joel Buckner, Carolina Soto, Dan Rivera and Chris Douglas. Parks, who also serves as NCC's Worship Director, came to NCC via Nashville where he spent four years touring with his rock band, The Season, which led worship at camps, conferences and churches around the country. Buckner, who serves as NCC's Worship Leader, has been leading worship nearly all his life on many platforms across the country and around the world. See http://theaterchurch.com/about/staff/worship-ministry for more information on these and others on the NCC Worship team.
In addition to music, NCC's ministry in the nation's capital has seen them turn a crack house into a coffeehouse (Ebenezers), an old theater into a gathering place for worship (The Miracle Theatre), and this year alone, they will launch over 33 mission trips and give away more than $1 million to charitable causes around the world. In fact, all NCC's profits from the sale of You Alone will be used in the development of a local Washington, DC "Dream Center" (http://dcdreamcenter.com). Dedicated to meeting both tangible and spiritual needs in the city, the DC Dream Center will be focused on serving the poor and the disenfranchised while also serving as a place of peace, reconciliation and refuge for southeast DC.