Join Us

Join us this Sunday Morning.  Service times are at 9:30am and 11:30am, with coffee and conversation between services.

Christmas Eve services will include readings and carols.  Service times are at 5pm and 7pm, with a potluck of holiday snacks and coffee between services.


 

Fall Religious Education Programming

9:30 Service:
Spirit Play (preK-K) Room 7
Explorers I (1st-3rd grade) Room 3
Explorers II (4th-6th grade) Room 10
Building Bridges (7th-12th grade) Teen Room

Between Services
Adult Forum

11:30 Service:
Spirit Play (preK-K) Room 7
Explorers I (1st-3rd grade) Room 3
Explorers II (4th-6th grade) Room 10
YRUU (senior high youth group, 9th-12th grade) Teen Room

Childcare is available for younger children during and between services, and the family room will be open to parents and guardians who would like to continue to listen to the service while tending to their children’s needs.

Hearing assistance equipment available at the Membership table

Are you connected?

Introducing The Wider Circle newsletter!

There is so much happening at Northwoods in religious education, especially in the area of children’s, youth and family ministry, that, to better communicate directly with families about programs geared toward children and youth, and in order to keep the Beacon Bits from being a mile long, Sarah has put together a weekly newsletter called the Wider Circle. (The title comes from a favorite Children’s Chapel song, “Draw the Circle Wide.”)

This is designed to be a resource for families to deepen the monthly theme, learn about what’s happening in weekly classes, and also stay on top of upcoming events and Sunday plans. If you are not currently receiving this communication tool and would like to, please contact Sarah ([email protected]) directly to be added.

 

 

Millbend Coffeehouse News

Millbend Coffee House Presents
Bob Livingston
January 10th

As a member of Austin’s legendary Lost Gonzo Band, performing and recording with such musical visionaries as Jerry Jeff Walker, Michael Martin Murphey and Ray Wylie Hubbard, Livingston played an integral role in creating the music that first earned Austin the designation of ‘Live Music Capital of the World’.

Opened By:  Amy Goloby
Amy’s beautiful voice and sprakling songwriting will provide a wonderful start to this concer