Northminster Presbyterian Church offers a number of ministries that provide opportunities for the congregation to connect with God, each other, and the community. We offer programs for Adults, Youth, and Children, including education, fellowship, music.
In addition, Northminster sponsors a number of programs that reach into the local, national and even international community.
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Way Cool Sunday School
For 3-year-olds through 5th graders, Way Cool meets every Sunday at 10:00 am.
For more Way Cool Sunday School information, contact Jennifer Filpi.
In the preschool class and depending on the lesson each week, the 3 and 4-year-old children may use all 5 senses, movement, singing, and different art mediums to learn about God and God’s love.
The children in kindergarten through 5th grade will be doing the rotational program in two groups (K through 2nd grade and 3rd through 5th grade) learning about God and the stories of our faith through Cooking, Science, Movement, Art, Music, and Mission.
We are continuing our mission segment to Way Cool where the kids work on a mission project that supports those missions dear to NPC. They will participate in this mission project about once a month.
The superintendents, in conjunction with the many Sunday School volunteers, hope to make this a fun and meaningful year for the kids of NPC.
If you would like to be a preschool Sunday school teacher, a Way Cool teacher, or a Way Cool shepherd, please click here to volunteer.
The 2018 VBS will take place July 23-27, 2018 (9:30am-12:30pm each day). More information will be posted in early 2018.
“Do Good! Seek Peace and Go after it!”-Psalm 34:14b CEB
For more information, contact Jennifer Filpi.
Our youth use a variety of Sparkhouse curriculums to explore Biblical themes and apply them to everyday life. This year the Middle School your will learn using the “Connect” series which is a bible-centered video curriculum tailored for tweens and early teens. High school now uses “Echo the Story” which invites teens to participate in creative storytelling, imaginative listening, careful observation, and lively dialogue about the Bible and their lives. Of course, the donuts are good too!
Please contact Steven Barnes if you would like to know more information about Youth Sunday School.
6th, 7th, and 8th grades. This class will meet in the “green box room.”
9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grades will meet in the “big youth room.”
Begins in February and ends with Confirmation Sunday in May. Classes take place on Sunday afternoons from 4:30-6:00pm. All current 8th graders are welcome and encouraged to attend Confirmation classes.
Today @ Ten
This class is for those looking for something a little different. Each week, there will be a new topic and leader. Every class stands alone; come any Sunday you like. This class will cover social, biblical, and life-practice issues.
Discovering the Bible
An in-depth group Bible Study in which participants read and discuss the bible together, learning how to love God and each other better.
This is a discussion-based class driven by current events, what is going on in our very busy lives with careers and families, and sharing our prayer needs with each other.