Northside Church Online
This Sunday Northside will gather online. Use the links below to watch the service “live” at 10:00am. Watch on your phone, desktop computer, or “cast” to your TV.
Welcome to Sunday Church, online! Here are some guidelines for you:
1. Be fully present
You’ll face a lot of digital distractions once the service kicks off. Choose to stay committed & engaged. (Don’t worry! Those notifcations will still be there when we are finished.)
2. Like, Share, & Comment
One of the great benefits of online services is we can have MORE interaction. So ask questions, comment, and engage with one another. Share the service on your social feeds, and invite you friends to watch with you.
3. Worship, don’t just watch
You can’t feed your body by watching other people eat, and you can’t feed your soul by watching others worship. So make this a spiritual time – sing, pray, and read the word along with us. Most importantly, listen for God’s voice and respond in faith to what He says.
This Sunday’s Message:
– Pastor Joel Conti
Raise A Hallelujah
Death Was Arrested
We’re so excited to be doing “church” this morning with you via live-stream! Interact in the comments and worship along with us wherever you are joining us from!
Questions from the Sermon for this week:
1. Read John 12: 23-26: What stands out in these verses and what is God saying to me personally in these verses?
2. What kind of person were you when you became a Christian? How have you changed since that time? How does this relate to the sermon?
3. In my life, have I suffered in one season only to discover that God used it for His glory in the next season?
You can watch the above live stream, OR click below to see the livestream on other online platforms, whichever you prefer. Join us this weekend live online at 10:00am. You can also watch anytime with family, friends and/or your life group using the links below.
If you miss the “LIVE” service, you’ll be able to watch it anytime afterwards by just refreshing this page and watching the video at the top!
While our services are online for now, the mission and ministry of Northside is moving forward! If you would like to invest in what God is doing in and through Northside, you can click below to give online.
Statements from Northside’s Office
Letter To The Church – Pastor Barry
Yesterday, as Pastor Joel was leading us in our weekly Staff meeting, by Zoom, I was realizing that the Church is not limited by space or time. This is “BREAKING NEWS!” God is everywhere! I was so encouraged to hear how each of our staff are reaching out in new ways to our church family. Thank you to Andrew who is helping all of us, especially me, with all of our technical needs! Our Youth and Young Adults are meeting by Zoom, with Pastor Greg, and in Chat Rooms, Megan is reaching the parents of our kids with new ways to teach and entertain our children while at home, Pastor Elizabeth and her Care Team are in contact with any who have special needs. All of us are finally getting to those special projects that we hadn’t had time for. (click here to read the full post)
How should we respond?
Pastor Barry’s 50-Day daily devotions through the Psalms
I (Pastor Barry) have a “50 Day Plan” to keep us together with devotions. Every day, from Wednesday March 18, until Wednesday May 6, I’d like us each to read three Psalms. There are 150 Psalms, so we can be reading together these meaningful songs that were all composed in either, challenging circumstances, or in times of Celebration. On each of the 50 days, I will go LIVE on our Facebook page to share a short devotion from one of the psalms, and then give a prayer point from the psalm, that relates to our current situation. That will help keep all of us together in our devotional lives.
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