FAQs and what to expect at Northtown Church:

1. First and foremost we want you to know that everyone is welcome!

2. Where is guest parking when I come to the building?

When we are able to worship at the building, we have a large parking area. As you enter you will see spots for guests on the left of the driveway with disabled parking directly across from the main entry door. Our members tend to park further toward the East and South of the building to make sure the closest spots are available for our guests. No parking needed when we are only broadcasting online.

3. What should I expect during worship?

Everything we do on Sunday morning is focused on God and encouraging one another. Each week our worship includes, singing, prayer, a lesson by a minister, participation in the Lord’s Supper (communion), and an offering. As part of the worship experience there is a Praise Team that encourages everyone who wishes to lift their voices in singing to God. NT fully encourages congregational involvement.  When we are not able to be LIVE at the building, you will see most of this take place on our online broadcast at Northtown’s Facebook page or our Northtown YouTube channel.  When we are online only, music will be played instead of lead by our Praise Team.

2. Is there nursery care?

At this time the nursery facilities, changing table, nursing mother’s area and play area are available to parents for their use and convenience. There are also changing tables in the upstairs bathrooms.

3. What will my children do while I’m in worship?

Families with younger children bring them in to worship with them. We offer ziplock packets in the basket at the back table with pencils, crayons and Bible activity pages.  We understand that while we are not able to provide Bible class lesson time for children during the sermon, parents may need to coach their children and sometimes step out during the service.  We want children to enjoy worship at the level their attention can manage.

6. Who are we?

Northtown is a multi-ethnic, cross-cultural church that exists to make a difference in our communities. We strive to connect communities to Christ and His family through encouraging relationships, teaching, prayer, mentoring, and serving. We want our guests to experience God’s grace, love, and mercy, while being empowered by the Holy Spirit and the Word.

7. What denomination is Northtown Church affiliated with?

We are non-denominational. Our beliefs and practices are based upon the Bible which teaches that God saves those who hear the gospel (Romans 10:17; John 8:32),

believe in Christ (Hebrews 11:6; John 20:31),

confess Jesus Christ as the Son of God (Romans 10:10; Matthew 10:32),

are baptized, and live a life dedicated to Christ.
 
Northtown Church adheres to the Restoration Movement of the churches of Christ and Christian Church traditions

8. How do I join the church?

Anyone who has repented of his or her sins, confesses Jesus Christ as Lord, and has been baptized by immersion in water, and lives a life committed to Jesus Christ can be a member at Northtown Church. Our Minister, Alex, would be happy to talk to you about joining Northtown
 

9. How do I get involved at Northtown Church?

Get in touch with our ministry leaders to learn where your skills can best be used. Call the church (414-353-5588) to get in touch with our ministry leaders.
Youth – Tim Anderson
Finance – Garrett Bane, JerMaine Bryant
Kilbourn Elementary School – Roz Davis
Least of These Care Ministry – Margaret Franzen
Kitchen and Fellowship – Peggy Love
Children’s Education – Joyce Storer, Penny Monroe
Community Outreach – Alex Clayton
Building and Grounds – Roger Root
Children’s Worship – Kellie Thie
 

10. How do I contact the church (weddings, benevolence, facility usage, other?)

Administrative Assistant – Lisa Bane 414-353-5588 office@northtownchurch.org
Minister – Alex Clayton 262-744-7022 alex@northtownchurch.org