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Partner with Bloodworks Northwest and help save lives in our community, 12–6 pm (Closed from 2–3 pm).
1. Reserve your spot at schedule.psbc.org
2. Search Northshore Community Church by zip code, 98034.
Toy Shop is a holiday giving-and serving opportunity that helps low-income parents provide Christmas with dignity to their children. Through our partnership with local school districts, we are able to identify families who need a little extra help during the holiday season. We believe this effort helps to build trust and open doors for people to experience the love of Jesus.
We know it’s hard being new, let us help. Discover what we’re all about and find ways to connect with others.
Whether you are exploring following Jesus or have been walking with God for years and would like to become a member at Northshore, this experience will give you some background on the church, talk about where we’re going and help you find your best next step as you get connected.
Join us 11 am in the Rainier Room (previously Room 141)
Get away from the noise of life and spend some quality time focusing on who Jesus is at the Rainbow Lodge in North Bend, WA.
Registration closes November 7. Limited space available.
This seminar helps guide parents through raising their kids. There is plenty a family can do to drastically reduce unwanted chaos and live with greater context, clarity and purpose. In fact, there are three basic questions that every family needs to answer.
Photographers • Writers • Fine Artists • Filmmakers: Every week we feature stories from people in Northshore. Discover how you can help tell their stories and meet other people interested in your field.
$10 (includes lunch, transportation, and the corn maze admission)
– Eat pizza at church immediately after 3rd service (12:15 PM) in the Area 56 room (212/213)
– Ride the bus to Bob’s Corn Maze in Snohomish
– Return to church parking lot by 3:30 PM (in time for the Seahawks game at 5:30pm)
– Parent Volunteers Needed: We need at least 6-8 parents to help as chaperones and possibly backup drivers. Please contact Crystal Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org).
– Bring clothes that can get muddy and boots are highly recommended…plus a garbage bag for dirty clothes and spare shoes for the ride back. This is a perfect event to invite friends!
Financial Peace University is a biblically-based curriculum that teaches people how to handle money God’s ways. Over nine weeks You’ll learn how to get rid of debt, manage your money, spend and save wisely, and much more. Cost $93/kit. Find out more about FPU. FPU meets in the Baker Room on Northshore’s campus. Not sure? The first class is free, so come and try it out!
Registration ends October 20.
Singly Focused offers a place of fellowship with other singles (30- 50s) while we learn, and serve together. Meet in the Rainier Room. Questions? Contact Bill Welborn at email@example.com.
Find out more at our Facebook group.
Join us for the video series, Armor of God by Priscilla Schirer.
Northshore Kids program not available.
Learning from the Saints: 6 Fascinating People from Church History.
Over the past two centuries, there have been followers of Jesus whose lives left an extraordinary mark on the world. In this class, we’ll learn about six of these great people and discover how their examples can help us grow as passionate followers of Jesus. Pastor Jonathan Wolfgang will introduce you to Antony of Egypt, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Francis of Assisi, William Wilberforce, Martin Luther and Lawrence of the Resurrection. Cost: $25/person includes notebook and class text “Streams of Living Water” by Richard Foster. $40 couple/sharing textbook. Children’s ministry provided for Infants-4th Grade. Schedule and FAQs
Registration ends October 20.
Whether your marriage needs to be reignited or resurrected, Re|engage is a safe place to reconnect with your spouse, a 8-week experience on Thursday evenings twice a year. We are excited to see what God will do in your marriage as you Re|Engage with each other.
Cost: $50/couple. Registration is closed for Fall 2016. If you’d like more information on the next class starting Winter 2017, contact Rachel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Isaiah 58 ministry prepares and serves meals to 200 homeless neighbors in our community. The ministry also collects and distributes warm clothes and blankets, especially during the cold winter months. Isaiah 58 refers to a chapter in the Old Testament book of Isaiah (verses 6-9) in which God asks His people to share food and clothes and care with the needy.
Gather to be renewed and supported in early mothering. Children’s Ministry available for birth through kindergarten.
Registration ends September 30.