At Northcrest Community Church, we believe:

In God the Father and in Jesus Christ, His only son.

The virgin birth of Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit who is always at work convicting, convincing, and comforting.

Jesus Christ was buried, and on the third day rose again.

Jesus Christ now sits at God’s right hand interceding for his people.

In the forgiveness of sins, and the resurrection of the body.

The Holy Bible is God’s Word; that it is given by divine inspiration and contains all things necessary to our salvation and life. The Holy Bible is the final authority on all matters of faith and practice.

Those who receive new life in Jesus Christ are called to be holy in character and conduct, and can only live this way by being filled with the Holy Spirit. This occurs when the believer presents their whole life, by faith, to God.

God desires for people everywhere to know Him and that the purpose of the church is to tell the world about Jesus Christ through worship, witness, and loving deeds.

What To Expect

What are services like?

You’re only here for a short visit, but we invite you to stay longer. Don’t hurry, don’t worry. God knows what you need.

We start at 10:30 a.m. and usually finish at 12 p.m. Our services generally include a time of worship and biblical message. We celebrate communion about once a month and baptisms periodically through the year. We are very casual and provide a comfortable atmosphere to just worship and know God however you feel led to do so.

What is the community like?

You will find a very welcoming, friendly, accepting, multi-cultural, multi-generational group of people at Northcrest! You will find that we casually drink coffee and fellowship, realizing the real Sanctuary is in Him and in coming together.

What if I’m not a Christian?

We accept you as you are! God does, therefore, who are we to do any different? We come together as a family of like-minded followers of Jesus and His teachings. However, if you are simply curious, we welcome you! None of us are perfect by any standard, and we don’t expect anyone to be perfect. No perfect people allowed. However, we desire to make progress as we seek God and seek Him with all of our heart. This, in turn, will challenge any of us and we will see change. We all start our journey at different stages. Come as you are and be fully known and deeply loved.

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