Faith is best formed when we're together.
Join us on the back patio (unless weather forces us indoors) for a time of thoughtful teaching, engaging music, and prayer.
One part traditional, one part informal, all ages will find something meaningful in worship as we encounter the living God.
We’re excited to have the families of Northbrook lead worship on the first Sunday of each month. Northbrook member Steve Taylor will help us with music and our LOGOS friends will guide us through other parts of the service. You won’t want to miss this special monthly service: led by our young people, for all God’s people.
We welcome Michael Barconey back to the Northbrook pulpit where he’ll preach on prayer based on Psalm 138 and Luke 11:1-13. You won’t want to miss his humorous and full-hearted exploration of God’s word and what it means for us today.
We resume our Come to the Water sermon series this Sunday as another outcast is welcomed to abundant life as Jesus encounters the Samaritan woman at the well in John 4:4-26. Where do you find living water? How are you returned to yourself? Come and find out.
Communion will also be this Sunday. If you are joining us online, be sure to have bread and juice with you so you can participate in the sacrament from home.
We hope you can join us this Sunday to hear how God’s light is shining at camp this week. Led by Ken Stetson, the Northbrook Youth Director, and the campers, we’ll hear their reflections as they share their experiences of God while at camp, and we’ll have a chance to learn the camp theme song: Survive.