Thank you for considering Northwest as your place of worship.
Join us at 10:30 AM on Sunday mornings.
Children & Youth Sunday Schools and Adult Groups are available at 9 AM.
What Sunday Morning Services are Like:
- The service lasts approximately one hour. When you come to Northwest you will find a group of regular, everyday, genuine, friendly people from every age of life. We gather to connect with one another, to worship God with music, and we open God’s word to study together.
- We sing several songs and the pastor preaches from the Bible for about 35 minutes. We have been given the gracious gift of salvation through Jesus Christ and everything we do grows out of a thankful heart to Him. If you come, we hope you will see, hear, and feel the Good News of Jesus as the central truth that encompasses all we do.
- Wear whatever you are comfortable with- some people like to dress up, others prefer casual.
- Families are able to attend together. A Mother’s room is available close to the sanctuary. Preschool is available at 9:30. K-5th start in the sanctuary and are dismissed to children’s church after worship. MS & HS have Sunday School at 10:30. (See HS schedule on youth room door.)
- There is no pressure to respond to or believe anything on the spot; come, listen, consider, ask questions, and seek out the answers at your own pace. We would love for you to join us and discover what God is going to do in our lives as we gather together.
- What kind of rules and restrictions are there? The governor has asked for everyone to wear masks at all indoor events. Pastor Ryan encouraged us on that topic in a recent worship service. Here’s a brief summary of his remarks. “We have a mission to love and lead people to Jesus. Our number one mission is not personal freedom, but to go and make disciples of all nations. We wear the mask because we love and we want to care for a vulnerable person. That’s the gospel. We were vulnerable and Jesus descended to save us. I don’t want to miss the chance for someone to hear the gospel. ‘Do nothing from selfish ambition or conceit, but in humility count others more significant than yourself.'” (Updated 8/23/21)