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Discovering Membership

Discovering Membership

Learn of Northpoint’s beliefs and mission at Discovering Membership on Sunday, October 25, in the Commons, from 11:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Lunch and childcare provided for children 2 and older. Those needing childcare must RSVP to Karen Sherwood (ksherwood@northpointcorona.org) by October 18.

Sign up for Discovering Membership this Saturday at our outdoor service, at the Information Center on Sunday morning, or call the Church Office at 951.734.1335.

Surviving the Holidays

Surviving the Holidays

The holidays can be a very difficult time if we have lost a loved one. Griefshare, a Northpoint ministry, will be joining with Calvary Chapel Corona and Living Truth Christian Fellowship for Surviving the Holidays, a one-time gathering to help, encourage, and enable you to not only survive the coming holidays but to also face them with… Continue Reading

Baptism 2020

Baptism 2020

Our next baptism service will be Sunday, November 1. If you’ve been thinking about being baptized, please contact Megan Cordill at mcordill@northpointcorona.org for information or to sign up. Continue Reading

Men’s Breakfast with Doug Mazza

Men’s Breakfast with Doug Mazza

Gentlemen! Our next Men’s Breakfast happens Saturday, October 17, at 8:00 a.m., in Heritage Hall. We’ll share a breakfast burrito, fellowship, and hear an encouraging message from our own Doug Mazza, who will be sharing his story of how, while at the peak of corporate success at the highest levels of the US automotive industry, he and his wife suffered a devastating… Continue Reading

Pizza with the Pastors

Pizza with the Pastors

One way to learn more about what NP believes and why is to attend Pizza with the Pastors (and some of our elders and directors!). This free event happens on Sunday, October 11, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., on the Heritage Patio. There, you will be able to ask your questions while getting to know the… Continue Reading

IN PERSON. INSIDE THE WORSHIP CENTER. THIS SUNDAY!

IN PERSON. INSIDE THE WORSHIP CENTER. THIS SUNDAY!

A few weeks ago,  Riverside County moved from Purple to Red on the State designation. That meant we got the go-ahead to return to meeting in person and indoors for services on the Northpoint campus—which is exactly what we have been doing. And, we’re doing the same TOMORROW, October 4, at 9:00 a.m. So, if you can, please join with your… Continue Reading

Iron Sharpen Iron Men’s Study – TONIGHT!

Iron Sharpen Iron Men’s Study – TONIGHT!

Iron Sharpens Iron is a Men’s Bible Study aimed at improving Bible study skills. Whether a novice or a seasoned veteran in the study of the Bible, this study will help you acquire new skills and sharpens old ones as you learn together with others. This year, we will be studying the book of Romans. We… Continue Reading

URGENT NEED for Ryan Sell!

URGENT NEED for Ryan Sell!

URGENT NEED! Ryan Sell, who is a part of Mike and Kathy Larsen’s Northpoint Growth Group, is in urgent need of a kidney. His health is failing fast, and because of that, he requires hemodialysis three days a week. If you are free of chronic illness and would consider donating a kidney, please take the time to… Continue Reading

Saturday Night Service at 6:00 p.m.

Saturday Night Service at 6:00 p.m.

Join us THIS Saturday, September 19, at 6:00 p.m., for our outdoor, evening service. We’ll also continue with our new NP K!DS HangTime. See the story below. Saturday, our own Professor Craig Hawkins, will be with us to preach from Romans 12:1-2, Biblical Worship of God, where we will answer this question: What is biblical worship of God, and how would He… Continue Reading

NP K!DS Saturday Night

NP K!DS Saturday Night

The NP Leadership Team has given the green light for us to hang out with your kids during our Saturday night outdoor service! We’re calling it HangTime–and it continues THIS Saturday! Here’s how it works: all children begin the service worshiping for a time with their parents. Then, at some point before the sermon, the kids, 3 years-6th grade, are… Continue Reading