North River Community Church aims to be a church that unchurched people love to attend.
We aim to make every Sunday at North River a safe place where people with questions about faith can investigate the claims Jesus and the Bible. We are committed to teaching the message of Jesus one theme at a time, as creatively as possible. We do this to help people discover that the Bible is full of wisdom for life. At the heart of that wisdom for life is God's desire to invite you to begin a personal relationship with Him through His Son, Jesus. We want to show you how to begin and how to nurture that relationship.
North River is a Christ-centered church, which means we are committed to the good news about the life and ministry of Jesus, and to teaching the Bible as the timeless Word of God. We believe that it is possible for churches to grow DEEP and WIDE at the same time. Our teaching aims to take veteran Christ-followers deeper in fellowship with God and to grow the church wider by inviting and welcoming those who are just beginning to discover Jesus. Our worship patterns are contemporary and creative. At the same time, our theology is rooted in historic Christianity. While North River is not part of any one denomination, our congregation is made up of people from a wide variety of Christian backgrounds, as well as many people who are new to church and to faith.
If you haven't been part of a church for a while, we hope that you will move from curiosity about our church, to contact, by attending either our Saturday@5 serive or our Sunday 9 and 11 am services. Then we hope you will move from that first contact to experiencing the deep community that is at the heart of North River.
Most people dress casually. Our nursery and toddler rooms are on the main floor, while our Pre-K through Grade 5 classes meet on the lower level in our KidsZone area.
Sunday morning services usually run for an hour and 15 minutes.
Check out the site. Come visit. If you have questions, contact me or one of our staff members. We'd love to help you begin that all important relationship with God.
Pastor Paul Atwater
Last Updated (Monday, 30 June 2014 16:28)