Our Saturday service takes place at 6:30pm in the Auditorium. This is a more casual and contemporary service that includes an extended time of worship following the message.
Sunday Service times in the Auditorium are 9:00 & 10:45am. These services are approximately 75 minutes in length and are energetic, contemporary and varied expressions of faith and worship for families and individuals who have grown up with music and language of our culture. There are also dynamic programs available for children from birth to grade 5 during these times.
There is 30 minutes between each service to allow and encourage time for nurturing relationships with one another over refreshments.
At 10:45am, we also offer a Traditional Service in the Theatre. The emphasis for this service is on a more traditional style of worship music with hymns and liturgical readings. The message is presented via video feed. It is usually about 70 minutes in length as well.
At North Park, we believe that diversity of worship styles and formats are enriching to a community and can be used to draw many different generations into a meaningful connection with Jesus.
We invite you to try one of the different services available at North Park and be truly blessed by the experience.
Current Message Series
Your perspective is the way you think about or see something. A particular perspective is influenced by your beliefs or experiences. You may feel positive after leaving a job interview because from your perspective, things went very well. You answered all the questions to the best of your ability.
Perspective comes from a Latin root meaning “look through” or “perceive,” and all the meanings of perspective have something to do with looking. If you observe the world from someone else’s perspective, it would mean that you would try and see life through their eyes. If we say someone “has perspective,” we mean he/she has a sensible outlook on life.
Perspective is unique to every individual and is simply one’s interpretation of reality.
This Easter season, we want to take a closer look at some different perspectives. We are going to “jump into the shoes” of the Roman soldiers who arrested and led Jesus to His crucifixion. We are going to probe Joseph of Arimathea, who assumed responsibility for the burial of Jesus. Finally, we are going to explore Barabbas, who was freed by Pilate, so that Jesus could be kept as a prisoner. Through our investigation of these three perspectives, we are going to be challenged in the way we see Jesus and His death and resurrection. What is our perspective of Jesus and the cross?
Please join us this Easter as we launch our message series, Perspectives of the Cross.