WAYS TO WORSHIP
- Masks are required while indoors for vaccinated and unvaccinated people. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding!
- Social distancing (six feet distance).
- Extra cleaning is happening throughout campus, and hand sanitizer and masks are always available.
- Food and drinks are allowed indoors. Cooks and servers are to wear masks and gloves. Participants are encouraged to follow CDC guidelines.
Join us this Sunday for in-person worship at 8:30 & 11:00 a.m. or worship with us online at 11:00 a.m.
Worship will be modified to maintain as safe an environment as possible:
- Wearing masks are required while indoors for vaccinated and unvaccinated people. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding!
- Social distancing is encouraged.
- Capacity is limited to 160 worshippers per service.
Time for fellowship after each service will be held outdoors.
Bibles and hymnals have been returned to the pews.
Registration for worship is no longer required.
Children of all ages are welcome in worship.
Nursery care for infants to age 4 is now available.
Following general safety protocols, staff are available for appointments and groups may meet inside the church building.
Available meeting spaces have been pre-selected in order to maintain six-foot social distancing between households.
To reserve meeting space for your group, please complete the room request form here or contact Greg Miller.
You are welcome to join us for any of the following events:
Genesis II Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. (Small Dining Room) group discussions led by class members or visiting teachers. Fall highlights include a study from NT Wight titled “Simply Jesus” along with a series led by Bill Sanderson titled “Racism in America.” Michael Malone will begin his series on Matthew 25 titled “Are You a Sheep or a Goat” which he will finish after the first of the new year.
Contact Larry Peters for more information.
St. Andrews Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. (Fellowship Hall) Enjoys lecture style teaching with discussion. Fall highlights include Bill Perry teaching on the Resurrection, Neil Orleans discussing Non-Pauline Letters, and Mimi Smith bringing her expertise in understanding Art in Religion. Walter Dunlap also leads discussion on Sinclair Ferguson’s DVD, Who is the Holy Spirit?
Contact Liz Deuillet for more information.
Children’s Sunday school includes age-appropriate classroom and music activities for children Grades 1-4.
Contact Kathy McCarron for more information
Worship with NorthPark at 11:00 a.m. Pastor, Rev. Nicole Bates, presents an online worship service via YouTube. please click here to view the latest Sunday Worship.
Children in Worship: Children of all ages are welcome to worship in the Sanctuary! Children will remain in their pews for Moments with Children. Worship bags are available in the Narthex. Parents, we understand if you need to step in and out of the Sanctuary to care for your little one. The playground is open.
Nursery Care: The Nursery (Rooms 48 and 50) is available for children four years old and younger during the Sunday School hour, and for children Kindergarten and younger during worship services.
NOTE: For the safety of all, the Admin and Day School doors will remain locked at all times. You may access the church campus on Sundays through the North, West and Courtyard doors.
Please contact Kathy McCarron for more details concerning children in worship and nursery care.
Sundays, 9:30 a.m.
Classes are divided by Junior High and Senior High. Leaders will facilitate discussion and activities.
Mondays Bible Study (every Monday starting September 20)
10:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Small Dining Room
Contact: Marilyn Daily
This year, the group will study the Book of Hebrews.
Women's Circle Bible Study
(3rd Monday of every month starting September 20)
12:00 – 1:30 p.m.
Contact: Liz Deuillet
Using Presbyterian Women’s Horizons Bible Study materials, Rev. Trudy Morphew will lead this year’s study entitled “What My Grandmothers Taught Me.”
Hombres Bible Study meets virtually the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 8:00 a.m. Hombres continue their reading of the Bible from Genesis – Revelation. Contact Neil Orleans for more information.
Special Sunday and Weekday Offerings:
“Meeting Jesus Again for the First Time “
Tuesdays between September 28 and October 12
Discussion led by Rev. Nicole Bates
Understanding of the historical Jesus can lead to a more authentic Christian life - one not rooted in creed or dogma, but in a life of spiritual challenge, compassion, and community. Join us to talk about the intersection of biblical scholarship and personal faith in Marcus Borg’s Meeting Jesus Again for the First Time.
Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents
During the month of October, the Building Bridges group will offer the opportunity to join a discussion group on the book by Isabel Wilkerson. There will be 3 sessions of discussion on the book and an optional 4th session to discuss “what next” for those looking for opportunities to be more engaged in the process of racial reconciliation. For more information contact Kathy McCarron.
Send your joys and concerns anytime to Rev. Nicole Bates. Please indicate if you’d like the request printed in Monday’s eNews.
To learn more about our Sunday School classes visit Life in the Church.
Any temporary changes to the regular worship schedule will be announced on the website.