Through serving others, we are able to put our Christ-centered love into action. Each one of us has been uniquely gifted by the Holy Spirit to accomplish God’s work. Whether you are young or old, we encourage everyone to exercise their God-given gifts by joining a serving team. If you are looking to join a team for the first time, or you are currently serving but feel God is calling you to another area, take time to review the serving teams offered here at North.
If you are gifted in the areas of teaching or hospitality, consider becoming a Life Group leader! Whether you choose to lead a group on campus or host one in your home, we will provide you with the resources and support you need to lead your group.
Family Ministries is the place to be if you enjoy working with children or students! When you select this ministry area, please be sure to specify which age group you prefer.
Use your gift of hospitality to help all our guests feel welcome at North! We offer a variety of roles including greeters, information desk, and Worship Center hosts.
If you feel called to support others within our congregation experiencing life difficulties, there are many opportunities to provide them with the comfort and counsel of the Lord. Training is provided.
North partners with several agencies to provide support for specific needs within our local community. While we offer many special church-wide events throughout the year, there are monthly and weekly volunteer opportunities available.
Our worship and media teams help us share the gospel each week both on-campus and online, and help lead our North family in worship. Whether you are a vocalist or instrumentalist, or lean more to the technical aspects of lighting, cameras, or computer graphics, we have a place for you!
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A team leader will follow up with you to answer any questions you may have and help you Join the Team!
Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others,
as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.
1 Peter 4:10