Wisdom belongs to the aged, and understanding to the old.

Job 12:12

Take A Walk Through Christmas
Benefit for Fishline
December 8 & 9

We invite you to take a walk through Christmas at North Point Church this holiday season. You’ll time travel back 2000 years to meet Mary and Joseph, Aunt Elisabeth and the angel Gabriel. You’ll transform into a heavenly host singing to some rowdy shepherds watching their flocks by night. Finally you’ll come to the place where the baby Jesus rests in a manger, and like the Magi, will have an opportunity to bring gifts that will honor Christ and bless the needy families of our community through the ministry of Fishline.

There will be an interactive craft station for kids as well as refreshments. Walk through anytime between 6pm to 8pm. Expect to spend approximately 25 minutes for one walk through. Suggested donation of $5/family or a non-perishable food donation (not required for entry). All proceeds and food will go to benefit Fishline Food Bank.

Candles, Carols, and Choirs
A Night for Christmas Music
at North Point
December 16, 6pm

Don’t we all long for a Christmas that feels like we’d hoped Christmas should feel: warm, accepting, joyful and full of love: with the sounds of familiar carols and beautiful music; with harps and strings and and singers performing carols that promise peace on earth and good will to all people.

Join us at North Point on Saturday, December 16th at 6pm. Perhaps the concert, Candles, Carols and Choirs, will be just the thing to let the light of Christmas burn a little brighter in your life this holiday season. Whatever Christmas you’re living this year, we hope the hopes and fears of all the years will be met in Him that night.

Longest Night of the Year
A Service of Light in the Midst of Darkness
Thursday, December 21, 6pm

Grieving? Missing someone this holiday? Away from home and loved ones? Feeling blue?  Together with other Kitsap County churches, we will have a worship service for people who find the season between Thanksgiving and Christmas difficult one to navigate because of the loss of a loved one, loneliness or other  Seasonal challenges.

Opportunities to Serve

North Point Church has a vibrant community of all ages. We invite you to learn more about the many different ways you can find fulfillment through service. From serving lunch to high school students on Mondays in the fall and spring, to welcoming visitors on Sunday mornings, there are opportunities for everyone.

Meal Train

If you or  someone you know is:
  • Sick
  • Home Bound
  • Grieving
  • Recovering  from illness
North point has an active meal train  program to serve you!
For more information or to request meals, please contact:  Deacon Kathy Summers at or Deacon Bob Reister at


Men's Breakfast

North Point's Men's Breakfast meets on the 1st Saturday of every month at 8am. Please join us as we enjoy prayer and conversation mixed with the smell of coffee and bacon. Contact Tom Curran at with questions. 

Women's Ministry

This group is for women of all ages to gather and
get to know one another. We meet quarterly and explore our creativity together.
Contact Karen Schweitzer at for more information.

Small Groups

Small Groups are a key part of the community at North Point. They’re great way to grow in God’s Word and connect with other members of our family in a smaller, more intimate setting. 


Divorce Care
This weekly seminar and support group is designed to help you find comfort in a safe space, with others who have been through similar loss. It is moderated by a GriefShare coordinator and meets Tuesdays from 10am to 11:30am at North Point Church in classroom 4. The 13 week Autumn session begins September 19th. Please contact Janet Norem at with questions.
This weekly group will meet in person starting September 11. Each weekly seminar/support group meeting runs from 6:30pm to 8:00pm. This will be a hybrid group; attendees are welcome to join in person or via Zoom. Anyone who is separated, divorced, or considering divorce is welcome to attend. Find hope, encouragement and experience healing! Questions? Please contact Sharron Clark at or (360) 621-6932.
North Point Church’s Deacons are elected, ordained, and installed by our congregation to three-year terms. They have leading roles in North Point’s caring ministries. They are available to support our church community with prayer, transportation, meals and other needs.
The Deacon board meets monthly to seek God’s guidance in serving individuals and families at North Point Church.

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