Northminster Presbyterian Church is joyful and alive in Christ!
We seek to offer the grace and love of Jesus Christ
in word and deed
We strive to be faithful and centered in God’s Holy Word
We are a Confessing Church of the Presbyterian Church USA and a member of the Fellowship of Presbyterians. To learn more about our faith statements and heritage, please visit the Our Beliefs section of our website.
Through Jesus Christ...
Planting seeds of hope...
Branching out in faith...
Bearing fruit in love...
All for the glory of God!
8:00am Contemporary Worship
9:30am Traditional Worship
Please join us!
8:00am Contemporary Worship - with a children's sermon and Worship & Wonder offered for children age 4 through 2nd grade
9:30am Traditional Worship - inspired worship with hymns led by our Sanctuary Choir and pipe organ, with Bible BLAST for children age 3-5th grade and youth classes available for grades 6-12
11:00am Kaleidoscope - a service that celebrates the multi-hued colors of worship, featuring a variety of music and worship styles
11:00am Middle Eastern Presbyterian Fellowship - an Arabic language worship service, meeting in the Grundstrom Room
1:00pm Arise! African Worship - an African expression of multilingual worship, meeting in the Sanctuary
Live and On-Demand Webcasts of Worship Services
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New to Northminster?
The Journey Through Grief
Tuesday evenings through May 5, 6:00-7:30pm
If you have lost a loved one, recently or in the past, and you haven’t made or completed the journey of grieving, the Northminster Grief Recovery Ministry offers “The Journey Through Grief,” a five-session seminar to help you along the way. The group will meet on Tuesday evenings, April 7 through May 5, from 6:00-7:30pm in the Church Library. Elder John Almond will facilitate. You can register for these sessions in the Church Office.
Sunday, April 12, 3:30-6:30pm, Reid Park (Country Club @ 22nd St.), Ramada 22
Come out and play in
the park! Bring your friends! Everyone loves a
picnic, so this is a great opportunity to invite someone
who may not have a church family to come and share Christian fellowship with us! There’ll be fun for the entire family: games for children and adults, sing-along music and more.
We’ll provide grilled hot dogs and hamburgers with all the fixings, lemonade, paper plates, cups and eating utensils (food is served from 4:00-5:30pm).
Last names starting with A-E, please bring a dessert to share. F-Z, please bring a side dish to share. Details in the April Vine & Branches newsletter.
Northminster Christian School Rummage Sale
Friday and Saturday, April 17 and 18, 8:00am-12:00pm
Northminster Christian School will be having a rummage sale Friday and Saturday, April 17 and 18 from 8:00am-12:00pm on the NPC basketball court.
Proceeds will benefit the school.
Items to donate may be brought to the school office April 13-16.
Presbyterian Women of the Presbytery de Cristo Spring Gathering
Saturday, April 18, 8:30am-2:00pm, Fellowship Hall
Bonnie Thompson, Northminster’s PWS exchange delegate, shares information about the Presbyterian Women’s Global Mission Exchange with the Presbyterian Caribbean women.
We’ll gather at 8:30am in the Fellowship Hall for light refreshments, then celebrate with worship and the fascinating presentation. Lunch will be at noon at a cost of $10.
To register, you can complete the form in the Church Office and submit a check for $10 made out to “NPCPW”. When you register, please indicate any special needs you may have, such as diet, hearing assistance, mobility, or childcare. If you have questions, please contact Bonnie Thompson through the Church Office.
Free English Classes for Adults
Mondays and Thursdays, 9:00-10:30am, Multipurpose Building
Literacy Connects and Literacy Volunteers of Tucson believe that everyone should have the opportunity to learn to read, write and speak English, and they work with adults in two main areas:
- Adult Basic Literacy
- English Language Acquisition for Adults (ELAA)
English Language Acquisition for Adults provides free classes for adults who want to speak, write and read in English in order to fully participate in, and contribute to, our community. Classes are being held at Northminster on Mondays and Thursdays, 9:00-10:30am in the Multipurpose Building. All levels of English are welcome!
Please contact us with any questions.
Share Your Talents
Share your gifts during Magnet Mondays!
Got Talent? Passionate About Something? This school year, plan to share your talent/passion with Cragin Elementary students. Share your gift of chess, knitting, dance, yoga, art (painting, clay, etc.), or music (voice, instruments, etc.). Use your imagination, the sky's the limit!
Time commitment: Mondays, 1:45-2:45pm for 8 weeks
Thank you for helping to make a difference at Cragin!
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Senior high youth are invited to join our Cornerstone Senior High Facebook group!
All those of college age, please visit the Facebook page of our college ministry, The Source.
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