On Sunday mornings, we have services at 9am and at 10:45am.
On average, about 400 people attend—including children—every Sunday.
If you’re a guest with us, you’ll find some reserved guest parking spots on the northwest side of the parking lot, off the north end of the main building. If those are full, find a spot in our large parking lot. You may also park across the street at Cross Middle School if you can’t find a spot in our lot.
We don’t want you to worry too much about this. There’s no official dress code for church. Be comfortable; come as you are. After all, we are thrilled that you’re joining us and want you to be more focused on the service than what you’re wearing.
It’s not uncommon to see people wearing jeans. Others prefer to put on their “Sunday best” and that’s fine too! We think you’ll fit in no matter how you dress.
Meet people on the patio and enjoy a cup of coffee. Stop by the Connection Desk for a pretty cool free gift and to grab some more information about the church. Let someone know that you’re new and ask if they can show you around or tell you how they ended up at our church. We would love to meet you!
We offer exciting Sunday School classes for all children during both services. During both services, teacher’s use curriculum from Group’s “Hands on Bible”.
All ages Nursery – 5th grade need to check in at the Check-In Station in front of the Preschool Building. There is also a Check-In Station available in the nursery for parents who are only bringing a baby.
Nursery:  Please feed and change your child prior to leaving them with the workers. You will be assigned an alert number and we will contact you by text message if there is an issue. Please bring the following items, labeled with your child’s name: 2-3 diapers, bottles of formula or breast milk, pacifiers, change of clothes.
Toddlers through Kindergarten:  You will be assigned a Parent Pick-Up Badge and alert number, and we will contact you by text message if there is an issue. You will need to present the teacher with your Parent Pick-up Badge when picking up your child
Youth are welcome to join the Sunday Morning worship service and participate along with everyone else. During the second service at 10:45, there are Sunday School classes available for Middle Schoolers. Find out more about our Youth Ministry.
There are two parts to our church service. In the first part, we stand and sing worship songs to God and we pray together.
In the second part, we listen to God’s voice, by reading a passage from the Bible. One of our pastors, trained in the context, history, and languages of the Bible, offers a sermon to interpret the passage and suggest application to our daily lives.
If you are visiting with us, we don’t expect you to put money in the offering, and you are welcome to just let it pass you by. The offering is meant to honor Jesus with the treasure he has placed in our care. It’s not just about money: our members also seek to honor the Lord by offering their time and talent in service. Please don’t feel any obligation to give when you visit. If you do consider Northwest Bible your church home, we’d love for you to prayerfully consider giving through the church offering. You can give by check or cash during the service, or you can give online here.
We take communion together regularly.
If you are a Christian, and you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, then you are invited to take communion with us. It is not necessary to be a member of our church or to get official permission to do so.
If this does not describe you, or you do not feel comfortable taking communion at the time, you should simply let the elements pass you by. No one will notice or stare, since this is a time in which people are focused on examining their own hearts.
You are welcome to park in the designated spaces along the north side of the sanctuary. An usher will be ready to help you find an accessible seating area in the sanctuary. There is a wheelchair accessible restroom in the lobby, near the double doors leading to the patio area. Don’t hesitate to ask for help or directions!