So, you've stumbled across Northside Community Church for the first time? Whether you've heard about us through a friend, family member, the Yellow Pages or just by driving by the building, you may have some questions about what to expect at one of our worship services. Here’s a quick look at what to expect:
You will meet the greeters as you walk into the building. There’s lots of activity here—people finding their way into services, getting their children to the kid's worship center, getting refreshments from the coffee table, checking out stuff at the info table, etc. We don't occupy a big building, but a greeter or usher can help you find your way.
Grab a bulletin from an usher before you sit down. That way you can read about what's happening at the church.
If you have children, an usher or greeter can lead you to the Kid's Worship Center, where you’ll find a walkers/toddlers class, a preschool/kindergarten class, and a children’s worship center, which offer age-appropriate learning, worship, games, and activities for kids age two through sixth grade. Our infant nursery is located across from the bathrooms in the main sanctuary space for children birth through 23 months old.
Our services begin at 9:00am and 10:45am and generally last about an hour and 15 minutes. These are the typical components of a service: