Everything we do at the Northland church of Christ stems from out belief that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of the living God. Our practices of baptism, prayer, communion, and service are all modeled after Jesus. We are saved by the grace of our Lord Jesus, and through the power of his death and resurrection we strive to follow in his footsteps, obeying his teachings and sharing the good news of salvation through him.
We believe the Bible is inspired by God and has been preserved for us to grow closer to him and be transformed by it’s teachings. Our sermons, small groups, and classes are all grounded in the Bible, and we take time to purposefully read from the Bible in our Sunday service.
We gather together every first day of the week to celebrate the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Our roughly one hour worship service is designed to help everyone grow closer to God and proclaim his greatness. This is done through prayer, Scripture reading, a cappella singing, observence of the Lord’s Supper, and a sermon rooted in Biblical teachings.
Northland enjoys fellowshipping just like all churches, but we are blessed with some unique opportunities. During the week, three different cultures assemble at Northland: English, Spanish, and Ghanaian. We seek to create relationships between our various cultures! Twice a year we gather for a multi-cultural picnic, and once a year we aim for a multi-lingual worship service. Each of our groups also enjoy periodic potluck meals. Fellowshipping is most commonly observed on Sundays, when you’ll notice our members hanging around long after services have finished!
To break down barriers for the sake of the gospel in
our community, city, and the world.
1) Encouraging the pursuit of Christ in all aspects of life.
2) Developing spiritual relationships that impact our community and city.
3) Breaking barriers by promoting equality throughout our community and the world.