Northview is having in-person services again (as of June 6th, 2021)! All we ask you wear a mask and observe social distancing at this time. We are very excited to get back together and to see one another. We are excited if you are a new comer! Please join us this Sunday and every Sunday! […]
A very exclusive and highly popular event is being planned for March 8th at 12pm in the church fellowship hall. Only those people who have had or will have a birthday sometime in the calendar year of 2020 are invited to attend! If you meet this criterion, then you are warmly welcome to join us […]
Come one! Come all! No food required! Feb 9th is a special day: we will officially commission the new Leadership Team during Worship, and follow that with our Congregational Forum. Lunch will be provided by the youth. One additional adult is needed for childcare supervision. See Robin if you can help. Lunch will be from […]
JOIN US: November 16th, 2019 – 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Come have some lunch, hear live music, and shop for a good cause! There will be a soup and bread lunch for purchase. Live Music by “Rhonda and Greg” The following non-profits will have items for sale and/or taking donations:Tenderness TourRebecca’s Garden of HopeGlobal […]
The site has changed slightly. We will organize at the InterChurch Center (located just west of where we usually begin on the CTS campus. I suspect several of you park there already.) 40th annual Greater Indianapolis CROP Hunger WalkSunday, October 6th, 2019Registration – 1:15 pmWalk Starts – 2 pm http://indycropwalk.org/fundinfo.html CROP Hunger Walks help to […]
You can pitch a tent or any other sleeping unit OR just come to play games, do crafts, and relax with fellowship around the campfire.
The meal will be provided and offers a time to commune with your church family before worship. The menu will include both Meat and Meat-free casseroles and a Gluten Free Option. If possible, please bring your own table service to make clean up easier.
The Green Team is sponsoring a Going Greener challenge this spring, similar to one we did in 2013. The challenge is to make us think differently about transportation options, and take action by walking or biking for errands and trips less than a mile. For every four times you walk or ride your bike instead […]
Once or twice a year, Brethren celebrate what the earliest Christians called agape: the out flowing love that seeks not to receive but to give. Jesus taught us this practice, sharing with his disciples a last, loving meal the night before he died. He washed the disciples’ feet, ate supper with them, sought to draw […]
Come join us in beautifying the church and the grounds for the summer season!