“Work” consumes as much time as just about anything else we do. But for many, it’s a source of grief instead of fulfillment. Between demanding supervisors, difficult coworkers and a constant pressure to perform we can become weary and even make compromises we regret. How do we discover God’s perspective on our work and experience the joy and satisfaction that comes from a job well done?

September 10 – How to Love Mondays

September 17 – Climbing Without Compromise

September 24 – Profession or Obsession

October 1 – Recovering from Workplace Disasters

October 8 – When You Work With a Jerk

October 15 – Marking Time or Marking Lives

The Greatest Stories Ever Told: The Parables of Jesus

Everybody loves a good story. Stories can capture our imagination and give us a new perspective on life. Perhaps the greatest storyteller in history was Jesus himself. He often took the most profound lessons of life and wrapped them in simple stories everyone could understand. In this series we’ll take a fresh look at these ancient stories and discover what they teach us about our own story.

June 18 – Extra Tickets

June 25 – Untapped Potential

July 2 – Worst Feeling in the World

July 9 – Pointless Lamp

July 16 – Frustrated Farmer

July 23 – Big Talker

July 30 – Parable chosen by guest speaker

August 6 – The Guy Who Had Everything

August 13 – Parable chosen by guest speaker

August 20Community Serve Day

August 27 – The Deal of a Lifetime

September 3 – The Generous Boss

Care Day is a day devoted to connecting our neighbors in the Northshore area with immediate access to the services and resources they need. Attendees enjoy a hot meal and have access to free health services, groceries, haircuts, housing, public benefits, referrals to employment training, and much more.

Join us for this year’s Community Camp at the Chelan County Fairgrounds in Cashmere, WA. Whether you’re married or single, have kids or not, Community Camp is a great way to relax and get to know others at Northshore. There will be time for worship and learning, as well as great activities like campfires, waterslides, picnic games, and more.

Check out our Camp Schedule and FAQ page. If you’d like to join the planning team, please contact Kathy Flugstad.

Registration deadline: June 28.

This five week DVD and discussion series focuses on sexual purity by helping men get to the root of bondage. It offers principles and practical tools to conquer porn and find freedom. This is not about behavior modification but is about heart transformation. This series will explore strongholds that keep men in bondage.

• Examine the neurochemistry of addiction
• Discover the weapons and strategies of God
• Investigate proven strategies to prevent relapse
• Study practical daily techniques to remain free

“For God so loved the world…”  The most famous verse in the Bible begins with God’s heart for the world. So what in the world is God doing? Our world is getting smaller, but the need and opportunity is getting bigger. In this four-week series It’s a Small World, we’re going to explore God’s invitation to join Him in a global mission.

May 21: Big Heart

May 28: Big Plan

June 4: Big Team

June 11: Big Need

Every Thursday, you are welcome to join the Overseer Team and Staff of Northshore for prayer and fasting from 12–1pm. We’ll meet in the Rainier Room where we’ll pray for our senior pastoral search and the future of Northshore. If you can’t be there, please join us by praying and fasting during that time.

Afterlife: What happens when you die?

The mortality rate in this world is 100%. At some point, all of us, no matter how healthy we are in body, mind, and spirit will pass from this life to the next. So what happens in the afterlife? What happens when you die? Is there really a heaven and hell? These are some of the important questions we’ll explore in our new Afterlife series because eternity hangs in the balance.

April 23 | What Happens When You Die?

April 30 | Is Heaven Real?

May 7 | Does Hell Exist?

May 14 | Living for Eternity

As kids grades 1–5 focus their telescopes on the marvels painted in the sky by the Creator, they will discover the wonder among all wonders – that the God who created everything there is – the knowable and the unknowable, the visible and the invisible – wants a personal relationship with them! Invite your kids into the clubhouse and show them the God is who over the moon in love with them!

Cost $10 per kid. Scholarships available (choose “Free Scholarship” in the online registration form). Volunteer’s kids are free.

Register deadline: July 3. Pre-registration required.

Volunteers Sign Up Here

For incoming 6th-8th grades, this will be an amazing summer experience camping at Alder Lake at the foot of Mt. Rainer. Imagine 120 middle school students running around playing crazy games, tubing on a lake miles long, and eating better than they eat all year (seriously!), with powerful camp speakers, music, and tent-leaders.  Many parents are key support personnel (cooks, boat drivers, etc.) with older high school and college students volunteering, too!

  • Cost:  $199 each, plus options for purchasing a zipper-hoodie.
  • Some need-based scholarships are available.  If needed, please email and fill her in on what is needed.
  • We typically have 1-2 nurses who assist with medical situations, plus a cook-volunteer to navigate special needs.
  • Water safety?  We usually have a couple volunteer lifeguards who watch the swimming area.  Everywhere else, students are required to wear a lifejacket.
  • Students sleep with their peers in large tents, supervised by 1-2 leaders.

Further questions can be sent to:

Volunteers: Sign Up Here

For incoming 9th-12th graders, we will live out on the lake for five days/four nights on Lake Billy Chinook in Oregon for a fun and life-changing experience.  Spots are limited and last year we sold out, so invite friends and sign up ASAP.  Also, we are looking for adults to come as boat drivers and a limited amount of other support roles.

  • Usually about 14-16 people per boat (2+ of those leaders), and 1-2 camp nurses
  • 4-6 boats including free wakeboarding/wake surfing lessons, 7 canoes, lifeguard watching a swim area with lots of water toys, hiking, board games…
  • Worship, relevant camp speaker, small groups discussing life and the teachings, crazy mixers, and lots of new and old friendships
  • A couple adults come as food-leads, but most of the final meal preparations are done by each boat with competitions for some of the creative meals and style.

For any details or questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Pastor Andy at

Wait List Available

Volunteers Needed: Sign Up Here

The team will be tending to medical needs of the local people and working with in country church planters.

Serve our community by working to improve and beautify the grounds and classrooms of 23 schools over two school districts.

GriefShare is for those who have lost someone close to them through death. GriefShare shows you how to access the hope, help, and healing that God offers through a 13-week program. Each session features helpful, comforting videos and encouraging group discussion.