We currently gather on Sundays for services in the main sanctuary. Services are similar and are just over an hour long. We sing together, read scripture, hear positive messages, pray, and are presented with opportunities to connect with God and others. During the service you will be given a chance to receive a free gift, make sure you sign up for this. Stick around after the service to meet the pastor and find out how you can connect to Northpointe.
Our Sunday Worship Service is at 10:45 am. We do have Christian Educational Classes available for all ages at 9:45 AM.
No, there is no dress code. We welcome you to come as you are.
Our Worship is normally joyous because we have so much about which to rejoice. Our Praise Team consists of singers, keyboardists, guitar, bass guitar, and a drummer. Occasionally we break out other instruments. We are a blended service utilizing the latest praise music from contemporary Christian Radio to Hymns.
We begin our worship service at 10:45 am and usually run no later than noon.
Don't let that stop you. Come on in, we all know that life happens. We would rather you come and be able to slow down for at least an hour each week to reflect, worship God, and strengthen spiritually.
We have a variety of programs for children of all ages, including Sunday School, Children's Moment, Wednesday Night Student Ministries, and Vacation Bible School.
We are located inside the loop at 3900 Appleby Sand Road just down from the local Highschool.
Our worship services are interpreted into ASL by a live interpreter upon request. Please let the Usher know that you require a seat near the interpreter.
While our ministers primarily quote either from the ESV or the NIV translations of the scripture, most of the accepted English versions are utilized and recognized.
Jesus is the very product of God’s love. He is the Son of God and the second person in the Trinity. Born of a virgin, he is fully human and fully God. More than two thousand years ago, he walked the earth and radically changed the culture around him. As the perfect sacrifice, he willingly endured a shameful death on a cross, taking upon himself the punishment that we deserved for our sins.
Jesus, Matthew 11:28–29