Community Life

At New North, we believe circles are better than rows. Genuine growth and transformation for Jesus happens  between Sundays when we are in community with people who care. Authentic community reminds us we belong, we’re not alone, and following Jesus is the greatest privilege of our lives. No matter where you are in your faith, consider joining one of these communities.

Community Groups

Our faith informs our whole identity, and Community Groups help us close the gap between what we believe and how we live. CG's meet bi-weekly in homes and are usually between 8 and 12 adults. Groups chat, eat, and go through a study together.  Expect to make friends and grow in your relationship with Jesus.

Life Groups (Students)

Life Groups are intentional small groups for middle school and high school students. We meet every Wednesday night to play together, eat together, and talk about Jesus and our lives together. It is a great opportunity for students to make friends and connect with small group leaders who care deeply about them.

Men's Fraternity

Men’s Fraternity is a Wednesday night opportunity for men to connect with God and one another around topics that matter so they can spiritually mature. Through a combination of live and video teaching, small group table sharing, and good meals, men’s frat brings men together to live authentic lives for Jesus.

Women's Bible Study

Our Women’s Bible Study (WBS) meets weekly from September through May on either Tuesday evening or Wednesday morning. Each week, women gather at tables of 10 to 12 for discussion and teaching. This year, WBS is going through the book of Genesis in the hopes of learning and experiencing together the faithfulness of God.

Mothers Ministry

New North’s MOPS/MOMSnext groups are safe places for mothers to be authentic with their successes and struggles as moms as they learn together. On scheduled Monday mornings or Tuesday evenings, moms gather at tables of 8 to 10 to learn together and share their life. We want all mothers to have the support and encouragement they need.