It’s Not About Us – It’s About Him

At Northside, our desire is to lift up Jesus Christ and introduce others to Him.
We believe that people who have the most fulfilling and joyful lives can be described with these words…

“For the Glory of God and the Benefit of Someone Else.”

At our church, we aren’t perfect. Far from it! But we believe that God’s Word has the answers and help that we need.
So we study the Bible, practice what we learn, and, in the process, grow together. 

Weekly Schedule

Preaching/Teaching Service – 11:00 AM
Children’s Sunday School – 11:00 AM
Thursday Afternoon
Bible Study – 1:15 PM
Youth Group – After School

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Fear Not: Immanuel Has Come!

Today, we pull back the dusty tapestries of time and step into the world of Isaiah 7. The date is 735 B.C., and Israel has been a divided people for almost two hundred years. In the north, Pekah rules the ten tribes of Israel. In the south, Ahaz is the king of Judah. Pekah has allied himself with Rezin king of Syria against Ahaz. Together, they plot to take over Judah and crown a puppet king. As Isaiah 7 opens, Ahaz faces the threat of war. How does he react? “And his heart was moved, and the heart of his people, as the trees of the wood are moved with the wind.”(verse 2) Terrified of losing his kingdom, Ahaz trembles. Since he has forsaken God, he cannot seek His help. Where will he turn?


His Name Is Wonderful

As we enter the Christmas season, let’s choose to be intentional. While we enjoy cherished traditions and embrace family ties, we must be careful not to be distracted. Like Martha, it’s easy for us to be consumed with the whirl of activities and neglect to sit at Jesus’ feet. In this season, make time to step away from your hustle and seek Jesus. Today, let’s consider a classic Christmas verse.


Grandparents: We Need You–Part 2

Grandparents, we need you. For too long, society has relinquished you to a backseat role. We have neglected to seek your counsel. We have muted your voice. Too often, the only words we want to hear from your lips are, “Yes, honey. That’s a wonderful idea.” We have asked only for your approval, not your warnings or true opinion. Though we may not recognize it, we need you desperately. Last week, we talked about your impact on our lives through a testimony of God’s strength and through wise counsel. This week, let’s look at the most powerful way you can impact the next generation.


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