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 have been given much. And, we have much to give. This Sunday will celebrate our Fall Stewardship campaign with words from our guest preacher, the Rev. Dr. Jeffrey Weenink. During worship, we’ll dedicate our stewardship campaign, trusting our deep roots in Christ… as well as all the ways we are invited to stretch out our branches. We’ll follow worship with a celebration lunch, and we hope you’ll enjoy with us, giving thanks to God, the great giver of all good things.
We are blessed to be a blessing to others. Christian worship and service does not end at the conclusion of our Sunday service. Having been inspired by the Word and energized by our connection with God and each other, we are sent out to love and serve God - and our neighbors - in our daily lives. In doing so, God uses us as agents for the building of the kin-dom of heaven in the world. Here’s a video teaser to get you ready, and don’t hesitate to share it with others who might be interested in checking out Northbrook.
Something happens when we share a meal with others. It’s much more profound than basic nutrition: we are nourished in body and soul. We connect. After a lifetime of sharing meals with his friends, Jesus chose to break bread with them one last time before his death. After his resurrection, they recognized him in the breaking of the bread. Since then, Christians have been breaking bread together: to remember Christ, to proclaim his coming, and so much more…
This Sunday is Family Sunday. We’ll remember the saints who have gone before us and we’ll learn about how we are connected with them - and Christ - every time we share the Lord’s Supper. You can learn more by viewing this link.