There are great things happening in and through the lives of people at Northshore. Here are some updates:

Lessons and Carols

Plan to bring friends, family and others from your networks to our annual celebration, 5:00 Christmas Eve. We’ll hear the Christmas Story from Scripture, sing carols together, and enjoy the choir. There will be a special message for kids, too! 

Year-End Giving

Folk often give special attention to their charitable giving at the end of the year, including tithes and other offerings to church. Northshore is a generous congregation; we give thanks for how people faithfully support our work together. Giving online is a great way to support Northshore; tithes can be given, and gifts can even be designated for missions and food bank through the tool available at . Thank you for considering a special year-end gift to Northshore.

Family Christmas

The Sunday after Christmas is always special, a natural moment to relax and enjoy a more laid-back time together. This year, on December 29, we are looking forward to some variety. Plan to wear a Christmas sweater; the most outrageous sweater will be recognized and awarded! There will be some fun and games. Kids will be with us on this family-friendly, fifth Sunday of the month. We’ll take a cookie break during the service, so feel free to bring a plate of leftover Christmas cookies to share. And we’ll hear a word from Pastor Allison. It will be a fun Sunday; bring someone along!

Food Bank

Please consider a generous donation to help us serve families throughout the holidays by filling our bins with the following:

  • Canned Fruits and Vegetables
  • Canned meats (tuna, chicken)
  • Beans
  • Pasta and Sauce
  • Boxed or Pouch Potatoes
  • Boxed Rice
  • Peanut Butter and Jam
  • Cereal & Oatmeal
  • Gluten Free Items
  • Soup, Chili & Top Ramen
  • Pancake Mix & Syrup
  • Cash Contributions or Grocery Gift Cards

Give online now at


It will be a great Sunday at Northshore! Dan will bring a special message focused on the Advent theme of Joy. Plan to be early so you can hear the choir, starting right at 10:00 (this Sunday’s “opener” is especially fun). You won’t want to miss it!

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updated 12/10/19 for 12/12/19

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