New Series beginning on Easter

 Join us starting this Easter Sunday, April 16, as we launch this new series. “Miracles – Do Miracles still Happen?” Do miracles still happen and if so – why? What’s crazy about this question is the “strange bed-fellows” this question makes. For example, atheists and...
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Christmas Day Resources

Since North Church will not be gathering on Christmas Day, we wanted to give you some resources to help you engage the fullness of Jesus this Christmas, whether it be as an individual or with friends and family. Enjoy these and Merry Christmas to you and your family! READINGS:...
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Advent – Week 4 – Love

We believe that Advent is the antidote to a hurried holiday. As a church family, we want to take a slow walk to the manger. We hope that you have been joining us on this Advent journey as we’ve been taking some intentional time to slow down and consider Jesus in a deeper...
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Advent – Week 2 – Joy

We believe that Advent is the antidote to a hurried holiday. As a church family, we want to take a slow walk to the manger. We pray you’ve had a great first week in our Advent series, and taken some intentional time to slow down and consider the hope found in Jesus this...
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Advent – Week 1 – Hope

We believe that Advent is the antidote to a hurried holiday. As a church family, we want to take a slow walk to the manger. Tim Keller makes this profound statement about Advent: The themes of Christmas, if grasped, are life-transforming. We’ve written an Advent guide to...
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Psalm 63 Memory Kit

Over the next 12 weeks, as we walk through our Speaking of Jesus series, we will be memorizing Psalm 63:1-8 together. It is our desire that Jesus would transform the culture of our hearts and in turn our church; that we might know and love him more fully, so that we might speak...
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The Niagara Falls of God’s Love

The love of God is continually wooing us deeper into his presence, all the while we are content to stay on the sidelines and observe from a far. Paul’s prayer in Ephesians 3:14-21 teaches us to fight apathy by positioning ourselves under the waterfall of God’s ever-flowing love...
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New Series this Sunday: “NOT YOUR OWN”

Jesus, in defense of his own life and ministry, makes a surprising confession to his opposition, “I can do nothing on my own. As I hear, I judge, and my judgment is just, because I seek not my own will but the will of him who sent me” (John 5:30). Even the perfect God-man,...
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Affectionate Worship

Last Sunday, we wrapped up our “Calibrate” series. For the past several weeks, we’ve been walking through the values of our church, and calibrating our minds and hearts around the gospel and our mission as a church. Sunday, we looked at what it means to value and...
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Obliterating Insecurity

If you are human, then you wrestle with insecurity. Even as an incredibly confident person, if you are truly honest, you have moments and areas in your life where you are owned by fear and uncertainty. Insecurity screams in our face, “You have to be someone special. You have to...
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