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CREATIVE CAMP 2019

INESCAPABLE ME: EXPERIENCING PSALM 139

Join Northminster Presbyterian for a week of Creative Camp from August 26-29 for grades 1st - 5th. We will take four days to ask the question: How do we see ourselves as God sees us? Through creative exploration of Psalm 139, we will look at the ways that God knows us, cares for us, and we are welcomed into God’s family. Knowing how God sees us then gives us freedom to know ourselves, care about the world, and welcome others into our lives and community.

Over the week, campers will explore these themes through music and singing, storytelling, art, and whole body movement. Fee for each camper is $20 for the week, which includes activities, snacks and lunch each day.

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Ministries

FIND THE PLACE WHERE YOUR DEEP GLADNESS AND THE WORLD'S DEEP HUNGER MEET.
- FREDERICH BUECHNER

At Northminster, we have more than a comprehensive list of ministries.  We have a combination of reliable and sustainable ministries, and we have others that are still emerging. We believe that there are many more that are yet to be.  

The heart of the ministry of our church is in the lives of our people.  You can find them spread out across the Puget Sound and beyond through out the week.  This is really where our ministry is happening.  We strive to support our people as they live out their mission throughout the week.   

There are various entry points that are provided as a way of joining the our work and our ministry.  Your best bet is to check out our current events or to read through our newsletter to see what's happening this week.  You'll get a taste of what is going on and where to jump in. 

There is more to come. 

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Children & Youth

Sunday Opportunities during worship at 10:30 am

  • We have a Sunday School class that meets following the Children’s Sermon in woship.

  • Many families choose to remain in the service together. Our balcony is equipped with toys and coloring items to keep young hands engaged during worship.

  • We have Sunday School for kids of all ages. Middle and High School students are encouraged to say in worship, but are welcome to attend Sunday School as well.

  • If you have questions about the best place for your child, please contact Rev. Zac Calvo

  • We welcome children in worship and to the Communion Table

  • We aim to support our children to lead the congregation in worship. Children are welcome to join the congregation as Readers or as Worship Leaders.

  • In our Sunday School classes, we use a curriculum that engages our children in a personal faith while still maintaining a commitment to the large biblical story.

 

Wednesday Night and Beyond

  • Middle School Youth Group (grades 5 and up) meets on Wednesday Night at 7pm, after the Community Night Meal.

  • Movie Nights and Youth Volunteer Nights are on our calendar

  • We partner with our deacons to gather resources for Mary's Place

  • Check Youth Events Here.

COMING THIS AUGUST! CREATIVE CAMP RETURNS August 26-29 9am-1pm. Stay Tuned for more details!

COMMUNITY MEAL

First & Last WEDNESDAY NIGHTS, OCTOBER - June

When we eat together, we share our lives.  Body and mind are nourished from this simple supper.  We welcome families and neighbors, those who call Northminster home and those who are opening the door for the first time.  Meal service begins just after 6pm on Wednesday nights and finishes by 7pm.  

Dinner have you wanting more?  Stay from 7-8pm for Adult Formation opportunities and Youth Group for kids 8 and up. 

Theology on Tap

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Where talk of God meets talk of culture

A gathering for adults ready to dive deeper into theology, what it means to practice faith in our post-modern age, and how it all relates to the latest Marvel movie. OK, we talk about Harry Potter sometimes too. Join us for great conversation! 21+ only.

For summer, we will meet June 12, 26, and July 17 at 7pm at Pastor Jeny’s house. Email for more information.

 
 

Choir & Music

"All music should have no other end and aim than the glory of God and the soul's refreshment." - Johann Sebastian Bach 

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A Rich Heritage of Music

Composers, vocalists, and instrumentalists all find a challenging and enriching musical life. Our choir sings a wide variety of pieces and embraces the musical diversity of our faith heritage.

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All Voices are Welcome

We welcome all levels of experience at all life stages.  We believe that singing is a formational practice.  It integrates the themes and messages of worship and it shapes the one who is making the music.

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Talented Leadership

Our organist, Eric Johnson, leads worship with beauty and conviction.