LIFE IS MEANT TO BE LIVED IN CIRCLES, NOT JUST ROWS.
Looking for a way to get connected and grow in your faith? Young or old, Christian or non-Christian, single, married or divorced, we have a place for you to connect and grow.
At Northland, we believe spiritual growth is important. For that we reason, we encourage every person to connect with others in a small group. Small groups consist of 3-15 people who meet on a regular basis, looking to connect in authentic relationships, to deepen their faith to passionately follow Jesus and impact the world around them with the Love of Jesus.
We want to be in community, for the community. Groups provide care and support for each other while growing your knowledge of Christ and sharing that with the communities around you. What we experience in community, freedom and healing, we live out for community so that others can encounter salvation, freedom and healing.
FALL 2020 GROUPS
RE|ENGAGE OPEN GROUPS
Wednesday Evenings, Beginning 9.2.20 @ 6:30 in the Connection Cafe
Come check out re|engage marriage enrichment groups with no strings attached, no commitment required, and no costs to start. This is for marriages in any condition: those who want to grow closer as a couple, those struggling to get along, or those marriages that are hurting.
Register below to let us know you're going to join us, so we have enough seats and supplies to serve you well.
Wednesday Evenings, Beginning 9.2.20 @ 6:30 at Northland
Join us for a teaching and small group discussion journey through the book of Proverbs. We will gain practical insight into areas such as relationships, making decisions, leading at home, succeeding at work, managing finances and more.
Group leaders play a crucial role in the life of our church. They are on the frontlines of ministry, impacting Northland and beyond with the transformational love of Jesus. They are shepherds to the groups they lead, cultivating and creating environments of spiritual growth and mobilizing members to lifestyles of service. Click on the button below to begin the process of finding out more about leading a small group.