Spirit-led Change

The Spirit has been doing a lot of work among the elders of North Church over the past year. We want to share some of those things with you… Dave and Danielle Kuntz joined North Church around September of 2007, several months after North Church started. After 10 years of serving...
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Help Needed! Tragedy Strikes…the Church Responds!

By now I’m sure you’ve heard about the tragic passing of Megan Johnson, Mandi Walton’s sister. Mandi and her husband Kyle have been members of NC since we launched over 10 years ago. On Tuesday, Megan passed away only hours after giving birth to her beautiful...
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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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Ancient Words for Today

A long time ago, a religious, Jewish Christian wrote these words. They are incredibly helpful today. Let love be genuine. Abhor what is evil; hold fast to what is good. Love one another with brotherly affection. Outdo one another in showing honor. Do not be slothful in zeal, be...
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Reflections on Psalm 103

1 Bless the LORD, O my soul, and all that is within me, bless his holy name! 2 Bless the LORD, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits, The double use of the phrase “Bless the LORD, O my soul…” is the author’s (David) encouragement to himself; 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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