Regular Office hours :
Monday - Friday – 9:00am until 2:00pm
Pastor Martin Smith
Patricia Quam - Secretary
What's happening at Northkirk?
Now that you are Good Searching, you can Good Shop too. Click on the Good Shop button and you will be directed to an online shopping area. All the retailers listed will give our church a donation when you purchase through the Good Search system. Some give a flat donation and some give a percentage. They are all clearly listed. This is a great way to earn money for the church just by shopping and spending the money you already planned on spending!
The donation takes a while to show up in our account so don't worry if you don't see your shopping spree in our amount raised section right away.
Sunday Worship Service time:
9:30am Traditional/Contemporary Blend with piano, organ and Praise Band
August 3, 2014
Acts 5:40-42: The church continues to grow but the leadership of Jerusalem turns hostile. The disciples are beaten yet continue to preach and teach Jesus and his mission. What is it that they trusted was true that allowed them to serve Jesus even when suffering resulted?
August 10, 2014
Acts 6:1-8: Deacons are chosen to help order church ministry and ensure teaching of the Word of God. Why is order important in the church? Are we ordered well for the mission Jesus has called us?
August 17, 2014
Acts 7:51-60: Stephen, a deacon, is brought before the Sanhedrin on charges. Rather than defend himself against charges, he charges the Sanhedrin! The Holy Spirit is at issue for all. How do we invite others to see the work of the Holy Spirit in their lives? How is the Holy Spirit the peace and strength of our life?
August 24, 2014
Acts 8:9-24: God uses persecution of the Jerusalem church to call disciples to share the gospel beyond. A man named Simon desires to follow Jesus and share the Holy Spirit but not with the right motivation. What is our motivation to follow Jesus by the gift of the Holy Spirit? What is the danger of wrong motivations?
August 31, 2014
Acts 8:26-40: The deacon Philip is directed far South of Samaria and encounters an African court official reading the prophetic words of Isaiah. Africa will be introduced to the kingdom of God and Jesus its Lord because Philip is faithful to the opportunity. How do we recognize the leading and invitation of the Holy Spirit to help others understand the Lord’s plan of salvation?