We exist to Love God, Love people and Serve God by Serving People
No matter what you’ve been through or where you come from, you are welcome here.
Join us and see why God’s family is no ordinary family.
Kids are important at Northside, so we’ve created a place where they can learn about Jesus on their level. Every Sunday, babies through fifth-grade children experience safe, age-appropriate environments where the Bible is taught in a creative and relevant way.
Today’s middle and high school students will lead the next generation of the church and change the world. At Northside, students learn to love God and live the life He has for them.
Who are your people? We know it's important to be connected, but it's hard to build lasting friendships. What if taking one simple step changed everything?
At Northside we’re trying to make it easier for you to find people who share your interests. We know that when you get together with people and have fun, you’ll begin to grow into a strong community that serves and grows together.
What if you are one step away from saying, “These are my people”?
If it’s your first time at Northside, you are our honored guest. Here are a few frequently asked questions to help you plan your visit.
Where do I go when I get there?
As you're walking to the building, the greeting team will meet you and show you where to find the auditorium, restrooms, and children’s ministry. If you need anything throughout the day — mints, earplugs, a Bible, or a pen — feel free to stop by the Welcome desk. Or, just ask anyone with a Northside lanyard or name tag. We’re a friendly bunch, and we’d love to serve you.
What do you do for kids?
In Compass Kids, children fifth grade and younger experience Jesus on their level. Compass Kids is a safe, age-appropriate environment where kids have their own service with singing, a Bible lesson, and small group time.
For nursing mothers, every campus also has a viewing room where moms and infants can watch the service together.
How long is the service?
Gatherings last about an hour and 10 minutes. We start by singing three to four songs, then you’ll hear from a member of our pastoral staff. To get a feel for our teaching style, check out the current series. At the end of the gathering, we create space to respond to what we’ve heard by singing, praying for one another, and bringing our tithes and offerings.
What should I wear?
Most people dress casually, but you are welcome to wear whatever makes you comfortable.
Still have questions?
We'd love to answer any questions you might have.