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
By Paul McIlwraith, Teaching Pastor
Gifts. Some of us spend a lot of time, energy and money trying to find the perfect gift for that special someone at Christmas. There is no greater joy than watching them unwrap the present and knowing that the effort was appreciated.
In the Christmas story described in the gospel of Matthew, the three Magi from the east arrived in Bethlehem bearing gifts for the newborn Saviour. On the surface, they represented things of value – gold; things of beauty and fragrance – frankincense; and spices – myrrh. Below the surface, they were symbolic of something deeper. It is obvious that a lot of time and thought went into choosing these very special presents.
Join us at North Park this Christmas season as we delve into the story of the Three Wise Men and how their gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh foreshadowed what was to come for this baby Jesus, and the hope and good news that his life and death would bring for humanity.