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Visiting a Church can be a frightening thing…

What should I wear? / Will I find a seat? / Will people speak to me? / Is there something for my kids?
Maybe you are returning to church, or coming to church for the very first time. You may feel like people are watching you or maybe that people will judge you. “Will the preacher condemn me from the stage?” “Will people judge me if I look differently than they do?”


A few tips to help you when you visit North Point:

  • We do our best to make your visit to North Point a pleasant one. We know finding a new church can be a difficult thing to figure out, so please come just as you are.
  • Feel free to come casual or dressy. We have no dress code – whatever makes you comfortable is great with us.
  • Sit anywhere you like, there are no assigned seats.
  • Beware of friendly people – someone WILL speak to you.
  • We believe in family worship - so our children, Preschool through High School, join us Sundays and Wednesdays for worship.
  • We believe in the movement of the Holy Spirit and the lifting of hands during worship.
  • The messages are designed to be relevant to life and spiritually encompassing. You just might learn something!
  • North Point is not a perfect church, but we strive to “have a heart for people of all walks of life.”

 
We would love to see you this Sunday at 10:00am or Wednesday at 7:00pm
  First Time Guest? 
 

LET’S TAKE THE NEXT STEP TOGETHER. 

We would love for you to come visit
North Point and to make your experience even better,
fill out the form below
so that we can prepare especially for you!
 

We have two service opportunities
coming up:
- this Sunday at 10AM &
- this Wednesday at 7PM.
 

Let us know you’re coming and we will:

- Meet you at the front door.
-Help you get your kids checked in to: 
*Kidz Point Kids,
*MidPoint, or
*The Point Students (Wednesdays Only). 
 

Came, saw, and want to know more about North Point Church? 
Find out more info at our Discover North Point Class and explore how you can become an integral part of North Point Church.