Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Mayor Schneider and more than 300 North County Christian students helped send more than 10,000 meals across the ocean.
Students from North County Christian School and Florissant Mayor Thomas P, Schneider recently joined forces in a project to help feed hungry children in Jamaica. The mayor and the 335 North County Christian students participated in a one-day event they dubbed the Feed the Need Fundraising Event. Students packed, sealed and boxed more than 10,000 meals, which were then shipped and distributed to hungry children in Jamaica. School Superintendent Dr. Greg Clark was the event coordinator. The Mayor's office said Clark wanted the students to learn about the problem of world hunger-then participate in the solution.
Saturday, September 1, 2012
Despite heavy rainfall this weekend, the school looks forward to another 50 years and seeing alumni Saturday.
In 1962, the Ferguson Church of the Nazarene served partially as a kindergarten with one teacher, 12 students in the basement of the church. In 2012, that church basement has become a full-blown 14-acre campus serving more than 1,000 students in preschool through twelfth grade. Saturday, North County Christian School, also known as North County Day School, will celebrate its 50th anniversary with alumni and former staff and administrators. “It’s evidence of God’s blessing on this ministry,” Superintendent Greg Clark said. Founded by Rev. Udell G. Moss, the church has moved and gone through a number of phases to reach where it is today, but Clark believes that it’s a cornerstone of Christian education for the North County community. “I …
Friday, June 15, 2012
The school's board of directors announce Greg Clark as the new superintendent.
Monday, July 18, 2011
Founder of North County Christian School, Ferguson Church of the Nazarene died Thursday night.
The Rev. Udell Moss, who founded the North County Christian School as well as the Ferguson Church of the Nazarene, passed away on Thursday. He was 86. “It is with sad and yet glad hearts we announce the ‘Heaven Homegoing’ of Pastor Udell Moss,” North County Christian School Debbie Dykhouse wrote on the school’s website. Born and raised in St. Louis, Moss found his calling early at the age of 7 and never deviated from his journey to become a preacher, according to his obituary. After serving in the army, he attended the Olivet Nazarene College, where he also met his future wife, Doris. They were married in 1947. Three years later, the Rev. Moss received an opportunity to start a church in Ferguson. After searching his heart and soul, he …