What is the service like?
Although we take the worship of God seriously, we don't take ourselves too seriously. We think you will find a welcoming, friendly group of people that will allow you to enjoy the service at your level of comfort. There will be no expectations of you (no "visitors stand up") and there is no need to give when we take the offering. The main two elements of a Sunday AM service are singing and teaching. The service lasts just over an hour and guests almost always give us positive feedback on their first experience.
What do I wear?
We believe that God cares more about what is in our hearts than the clothes we wear (1 Samuel 16:7). There certainly is no dress code. Feel free to dress comfortably - most do.
What about my kids?
Northridge has great programming for children during each of its services. We have trained adults who consider it a great privilege to teach and minister to your children. Our goal is to teach children that God has a plan for their life and there is no need that He cannot meet.
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What about middle school and high school students?
We offer a variety of events, activities and services for our students.
We desire to lead young people into a maturing devotion to God, a Christ-centered direction in life, and a desire to impact others during their teen years. The teens meet on Sunday evenings at 5:30 PM, and for special activities.
How do I get there?
Click here for a map and driving directions. If you are traveling West on Route 104: Take Clinton exit North to East Ridge Road. Turn left onto East Ridge Road, then right onto St. Paul Street. The Church is located just around the corner at 2052 St. Paul Street.
If you are traveling East on Route 104: Take the St. Paul Street North Exit and proceeed to 2052 St. Paul Street.
"To those who use well what they are given, even more will be given, and they will have an abundance. But from those who do nothing, even what little they have will be taken away."
Everything we have is a gift from God, Northridge Church-the people, resources and opportunites are all God-give. And we know the mission He's called us to as a church: We exist to magnify God by developing more and better followers of Christ.
We believe God has opened a door and entrusted us with another opportunity to fulfill that mission by becoming a multi-site church. Our desire is to "use well what He has given."
Becoming a multi-site church further enhances our ability to reach those who may have given up on "church" but not on God. We want to provide open seats at optimal times and ideal locations for our unchurched neighbors to hear the Gospel and find community. We long to be a local church that is truly local.
For Northridge Chuch, becoming a multi-site church will mean being one chuch in multiple locations with one staff, one budget, one purpose, one ministry model, and one mission to make more and better followers of Christ.