Northside groups are a great place to connect with other people, discuss the Christian faith in community, and be prayed for. During this time, our groups are continuing to meet virtually through Zoom. If you are not currently part of a group and would like to join one, email Kelsi to get connected.
Currently, Northside Groups are on break. Check back here before the new semester starts for a list of available groups and contact information. We encourage newcomers to visit a few groups to see if there is one they might like to join.
God has given His people different gifts and passions. We believe that God wants us to use these gifts and passions to love God and our neighbors. Engagement Teams are groups of people who come together to love our neighbors by serving the community in some capacity. Currently, we have teams serving in the following areas:
The Youth Life Engagement Team partners with Youth Life Foundation of Richmond (a local non-profit that runs after-school programs for elementary through high school students) to provide consistent volunteers who care about students' holistic growth and, through long-term relationships, evangelism, and discipleship, to welcome these students into the larger church body. Our purpose is to lead Youth Life students to spiritual, relational, personal, academic, and job-ready maturity.
The Mercy Response Team shares the mercy God has given us by responding to requests for short-term financial assistance from members of the congregation or the community.
The Manor Care Team visits residents at Manor Care to share joy, conversation, crafts, and the gospel. This family-friendly team welcomes children to participate!
The Neighborhood Engagement Team exists to provide ideas, encouragement, and accountability for those who are seeking to live as neighbors who "were delighted to share with you not only the gospel of God but our lives as well" (1 Thessalonians 2:8). They do this by developing relationships with those who live around them, actively sharing the gospel, and serving practical needs identified by the community.
Joy House is a local non-profit that offers short-term housing for women transitioning out of homelessness towards independent living. We partner with them in various ways to love and support these women.
If you would like to join an engagement team, please contact Corinne Tucker via the form below.loading...