A man gets swallowed by a giant fish. A huge flood comes to wipe out the world. We've all heard the stories, but what if there is more to them than we ever thought?
Join us for our monthly live event as we continue our new series "Plot Twist."
We'll have new music, teaching, and many opportunities to sign up for an 8-week group! Invite your crew and we'll see you Sunday!
Remember that thing we all did in 5th grade where we took a day off of school and signed up for events like the 3 legged race and kickball and competed with our friends? Well we're bringing it back.
Join us as we "kick it old school" and have a good old fashioned Field Day. We'll have music, food, games, a kickball tournament, and plenty of tube socks. Bring your neon shorts, headbands, plenty of friends and we'll provide the rest!
What do you do when no one’s watching? Ever do anything… embarrassing, like sing in the shower or dance to ’80s rock in your room? We all act one way when everyone is looking and another way when they aren’t. So, what’s the difference?
Join us this week as we begin a new series at NP/NIGHTS about integrity called When No One’s Watching.
We’ll hear from special guest, Jeff Henderson, on Sunday, April 15, at 7:00 p.m. at North Point Community Church.We’ll also explore how to practice integrity in our relationships, at work, with our finances, and much more on our weekly podcast. Subscribe so you don’t miss it!
This month, we are beginning a brand new series called "Love Life". In this series we are exploring how to have a love life that leads you to love life. See what we did there?
Join us for a new episode next week on our podcast and at our live event on February 11 at 7:00p.m. at North Point.
If you consider NP/NIGHTS your home church, we would love to see you at our first "Home Team" event on February 8, from 7:00-8:00 p.m. in the Attic at North Point.
This night will be dedicated to praying for our community, our upcoming event on February 11, and an opportunity to take communion together.
We hope to see you there.
Well, friends, it’s 2018! NP/NIGHTS is beginning a new season and I'm pumped to share with you where we are headed.
As you probably know, NP/NIGHTS is entering into its third year of ministry. We started in 2015 with events, then launched our weekly gathering on Sunday nights in 2016, and in 2017 we moved to Wednesday nights. We’ve seen baptisms, people stepping into serving at our church, stories of life change through our small groups, friendships formed, music created, hot topics discussed, events attended…people’s faith ignited after a long time away from God and the church. In 2018 we are so excited and eager to see what God does next with this little start up community at North Point.
Over the years we’ve had various vision statements as we’ve been very much building this airplane while flying it. We’ve said
“A church for the young and young-at-heart”
“Come as you are”
…and all of these statements are still very true for our community, but as we launch into this new season of NIGHTS, I think there is an even simpler purpose behind our vision.
As we push out our content digitally on our podcast, as we lean into more short-term groups and new expressions of groups (online groups y'all!), as we begin to meet monthly...in everything we do, we want people to experience MORE LIFE.
We want people who feel
hopeless…to be encouraged
just coasting…to find purpose
depressed…to find joy
bored with God…to become curious
lonely…to find belonging in community
performers/hustlers/achievers for God’s love…to find grace and rest
the judgmental…to find empathy for “the other”
the self-focused…to give their life away
We want, in everything, for people to find more life. To become more fully alive. To become more fully who God has created them to be.
We think Jesus is the absolute best marker for how to live more fully. His life and ministry is the best example I’ve seen as to what it means to love extravagantly, radically, to be all-inclusive, to show others that they can come exactly as they are, and not as they "should be". That they can both be fully known and yet fully loved.
And that’s what we want to be about at NIGHTS as well.
We are Jesus-followers, who create community experiences where people are empowered to become more alive.
The best is yet to come!
Mallory Boyle | NP/NIGHTS Director