Northside Christian Church is a come as you are church! We offer our services every weekend at these times: Saturdays: 4:00 PM EST, Sundays: 9:00 AM EST and 11:00 AM EST. If you can’t make it to our campus then join us online! It’s "LIVE" online every Sunday at 11:00 AM EST.
Each image below represents a complete weekend service. To view or listen to individual sermons, simply click one of the thumbnails below.
August 21, 2016
George Ross, Senior Pastor, continued our “Get a Grip” series with “Starting Over with a Friend”. We recalled starting over in Heaven, in the Garden, and with Humanity and examined friendship in the Bible. Starting over with a friend can mean sacrifice and being willing to leave prosperity if God requests it. It can mean taking risks and being willing to rescue family when necessary and trusting God by acknowledging Him generously. Prayer can involve negotiation and willingness to plead with God on others’ behalf. Considering God miraculously faithful defines our fear and trust in Him by what we will not withhold from Him.
August 14, 2016
George Ross, Senior Pastor, continued our “Get A Grip” series with “Starting Over with Humanity.” In reviewing and previewing “The Persistent Love of God”, we saw the tolerant heart of God from The Father who waits. He saw the saturation of evil in the world and His heart was broken. God’s plan, the purge, and the promise from The Father Who fixes began again with Noah’s family and a preserved animal kingdom. The plan included blessings, challenges, and His promise. God opens, shuts, and reopens the door.
August 7, 2016
Nate Ross, Associate Pastor, continued our “Get A Grip” series with “Starting Over with a Family.” We examined the story of God; creation, fall, and redemption. We find God as creator in Genesis 1-2, creating something out of nothing and making man and woman in His image. In Genesis 3, we find God always seeking us, even in our sin. Then we find God in our redemption, going from “covering up” to being “covered up”. God’s Word leads us to know more of His story and who Jesus is.
July 31, 2016
George Ross, Senior Pastor, begins our new series, “Get A Grip”, with “Starting Over (The Persistent Love Of God). We examined God’s Word and saw how “Starting Over in Heaven” (The Devil Gets the Boot) started with the angels’ creation. The devil couldn’t resist the sin of pride and got seduced. Demons got recruited when He persuaded 1/3 of Heaven to join him. Holy and unholy do not co-exist and the Devil got the boot. The battleground was relocated and the spiritual battle goes on. One day, God will bring a final judgment.
July 24, 2016
Ben Woods, Pastor of Spiritual Formation, wrapped up our “Marinade” series with “Put Your Recipe Online”. We examined Psalm 134 and how we are to respond to God with the transformed lives. We all have a story to tell because we are a story being told, and our story of a life changed will either point people to Jesus or push people away. A transformed story resolves to worship God constantly and exclusively, recounts God’s faithfulness with nothing to fear, invites not-yet believers to come experience God’s goodness for themselves, fears the Lord, tells the truth, pursues peace, departs from evil, does good, and expects God’s deliverance.
July 17, 2016
George Ross, Senior Pastor, continued our “Marinade” series with “Mutually Blessing The Already Convinced”. We examined Psalm 107 and saw the recurring phrase, “Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good; his love endures forever.” The theme of the Psalm is the redeemed telling their story and concludes with the wise taking heed and pondering on God’s loving deeds. We saw how God blesses us in all areas of our lives and how we are to exalt him. We are called to recognize and declare what He’s done for us through worship and praise together. One of the best places for this to happen is in a life group.
July 10, 2016
Nate Ross, Associate Pastor, continued our “Marinade” series with “The Table”. We examined Psalm 100 and the response to the goodness of God. We learned "the table" is our opportunity to respond to the invitation God has extended to us. The tension of the table is God calling us to feast, yet we spend more time focused on resisting Him. Feasting leads to worship, acknowledging the supremacy of God, our roots, and our identity. Jesus sets a new menu and invites us to come and eat. Feasting leads to Thanksgiving, where worship is always our response to God’s invitation. The feasting never ends because God is good, He’s love, and He’s faithful.