What are your weekend services like?
Every Sunday at Northbrook is a day of celebration. You’ll find a relaxed atmosphere filled with friendly folks, contemporary music and relevant teaching. We’ll provide you with a newsletter and study guide to follow along with during the teaching time. Your children will find an experience crafted especially for them where they are well-cared for in a safe and exciting environment in our nursery, Spark! Preschool, or Ignite: Children’s Worship.
What happens when I come for the first time?
When you join us for the first time we want you to feel comfortable. We will not ask you stand up, or give money, or embarrass you in any way. We understand wanting to “stay under the radar” for awhile, and that’s fine with us. We hope you find our relaxed and friendly environment a place you can call home.
What do I wear when I attend?
Northbrook has a very relaxed and casual environment. You’ll find everything from shorts to business casual on a Sunday morning or Wednesday evening. We want you to come in what feels comfortable for you.
What do I do with my children?
Were are just as passionate about ministering to children as we are adults. Our nurseries are a safe and clean environment staffed with loving and caring individuals. On Sundays we offer an exciting and dynamic children’s experience created just for them. On Wednesdays we add worship services just for high school and middle school students as well. No matter your age, we have something that is always relevant to you.
What are your service times?
We meet twice a week as an entire church family. On Sunday mornings we have worship service at 10:30 am. We also offer small group opportunities at 9:00 am and various times throughout the week. On Wednesdays we have worship services for all ages beginning at 6:30 pm.
How can I join a small group?
Small groups at Northbrook are set up for you to join at any time. Use our small groups directory to find a group that fits what you’re looking for. From there just plug in at the time it meets or reach out to the leader of that group for more information.