Join all of the Goblins, Ghosts, Witches, and many others for lunch followed by a party for all.
Come join us in our annual Fall Work Day to prepare the church and the grounds for the Winter Season! We start at 9 am and work until it’s all done.
Once or twice a year, Brethren celebrate what the earliest Christians called agape: the outflowing love that seeks not to receive but to give. Jesus taught us this practice, sharing with his disciples a last, loving meal the night before he died. He washed the disciples’ feet, ate supper with them, sought to draw them […]
Outdoor worship occurs during normal worship hours in the shade of the large oak tree in the back yard. The emphasis of the service is enjoying and preserving the beauty of nature. Join us for this wonderful outdoor service.
You can pitch a tent or any other sleeping unit OR just come to play games, do crafts, and relax with fellowship around the campfire. Join Us! Our fallback rain date is Sept 22-23.
Alternative Christmas Fair will be Saturday, November 11, 10:30 am – 2:30 pm Purchase gifts from charitable organizations which promote peace, justice, fair trade, and environmental stewardship. Donate to global and local agencies as alternative gifts to family and friends. Homemade lunch served 11:30 am – 1:30 pm. Mark your calendars now and watch for […]
On National Strawberries and Cream Day join your church family for a no-agenda pitch-in. All food types are welcome, especially those with strawberries! We request that you bring your own table service for easier clean up.
Education is important to our community at Northview so each spring we choose a Sunday to honor our high school and college graduates by recognizing them during the service and host a reception following the service in the Narthex.
The meal will be provided and offers a time to commune with your church family before worship. The menu will include both Meat and Meat-free casseroles and a Gluten Free Option. If possible, please bring your own table service to make clean up easier.
Once or twice a year, Brethren celebrate what the earliest Christians called agape: the out flowing love that seeks not to receive but to give. Jesus taught us this practice, sharing with his disciples a last, loving meal the night before he died. He washed the disciples’ feet, ate supper with them, sought to draw […]