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Connection is a Good Thing

By Julie Zager, Director of Connections |

Analise Kearby recalls her experience connecting at Northshore. “My husband and I were wanting to find a church where we could serve. We had been to another church for three years, but we struggled getting involved. Our very first Sunday at Northshore we experienced a warm, welcoming environment we wanted to be connected with. We saw opportunities for the safety team and knew this was for us. I am a nurse and liked that I could serve my church in this way. We immediately were welcomed by the team and have enjoyed serving twice a month. We have made friends and are thankful for the community we have found at Northshore.”

We immediately were welcomed by the team and have enjoyed serving twice a month.

Northshore is a busy, vibrant place – lots of people gather to encounter and worship Jesus and grow in their relationship with Him. So much is going on. Have you wondered where you fit in?

Finding connection in a church of this size can be overwhelming. Where do you begin?  Where do you look to find a place that is a good fit? When Sundays run smoothly, it may appear that everything is taken care of and there isn’t a spot for you. I want to invite you to look a little closer.

Joining a volunteer team is a great way to find connection. We have lots of opportunities for you. Click here to learn more.


 

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