Hilary Webb

Kid's Ministry Leader

I am married to Nathan, and we have 3 kids, Jacob, Benjamin and Maya. We are also in the process of becoming a foster family as well, so hopefully we will host a bonus child very soon. When I am not home with the kids, or working on ministry for NCC, I am at my other job - I’m a critical care nurse at IU Health Bloomington Hospital - a job that I really love. My husband is also a nurse at the same hospital, but very rarely do we get to work together - which is a nice bonus.

What do you love about serving at NCC?
I really love the people at NCC and that is why I serve. You feel like family at this church, and you always have others that you can go to if you need anything. I chose to become the Children’s Minister because I want too see our kids build a strong foundation for their faith that can continue to grow as they age into the Youth Ministry. I believe strongly that young kids should be a strong focus of any church, and I believe NCC shares this love for their kids!

What do you love about living in Brown County?
I grew up in Brown County and decided to move back here after I got married so that we could be close to family. We love Brown County for it’s beauty, it’s privacy, and it’s “small town” feel. We love the outdoors, and love that we have the opportunity here to go hiking or camping in our back yard or at one of the nicest parks in the state.

How do you enjoy spending your free time?
In my free time I love being outside walking, hiking or trail running (very slowly). We have a lake on our property and we practically live down there in the Summers, swimming and paddle boarding. I am an avid DIYer and I love designing new furniture or home improvement projects for myself and my husband to work on. If we don’t have a project going, we have one in the works - always! I love to design, draw and I am a photographer - although not practicing as a professional these days.

Is there a Bible verse or passage that is significant to you?
Ephesians 2:8 "For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God.” This is a passage I memorized as a teenager when I finally understood what “grace” is. Knowing that God chose to save me, even when I do not deserve His Salvation - that is Grace! This verse is a constant reminder that I cannot save myself, I can only humbly accept the gift given to me through Christ’s death and resurrection.