You Are Welcome Here
Whether you're investigating Jesus or looking for an authentic, Christ-centered community that’s actively pursuing God, you are welcome at Northwest. We believe that God has more for us, and that more can be found when we gather together. Life isn’t meant to be lived alone. It’s meant to be lived as part of a family of believers, where together we can experience abundant life as we learn, grow, forgive, love and serve each other and the community.
This Month's Sermon Series
The Christmas season can be a time of joy, but for many of us, it’s stressful and often disappointing. Whether you’re pushing through challenges or just trying to get everything done in time, it can be hard to experience the warm feelings Christmas is supposed to bring. This month, all are invited to experience the Advent season for what it was meant to be: a time for anticipation, a time to wait, eagerly and enthusiastically for joy, hope, and love to arrive in our hearts.
The best moments in life are shared. So, let’s experience abundant life as a family of believers through our love for God, collective growth, and service to the community. There’s always something new and fun making waves at Northwest. Get inspired, learn, and celebrate community at one of our upcoming events.
For 30 years we’ve been building a community with depth of faith, discipleship and relationships for our families, our kids, their kids and beyond. We’ve gone deep--but now God is calling us to go wide and expand our reach to even more people with our message, community and ministries. GO BIG is a two-year faith and giving initiative to reach our God-sized vision to build a church for generations.
If you’re looking for a way to really get to know others and experience personal growth, we encourage you to visit one of our many small groups. Many of our groups center around a particular interest such as sports, culinary skills, hand-crafted projects, parenting and even smoked meat (yes men, you read that right)! Other groups focus on Biblical teaching or discussion of Sunday’s sermon. Some groups run on a semester schedule while others run throughout the year, so check them out!