Empowered Serving

At Northminster, we believe that in addition to worship and formation group life, serving in ministry is central to the spiritual health of individuals and the community of faith.   Below are several ways that all people are invited to serve (community members, visitors, & church members).   If you have a passion and skill set to serve in a way that is not listed, let us know, and we can work to build a team of people to serve with you.   The possibilities and opportunities to serve in ministry are endless!   As Romans 11 says, "the gifts and the calling of God are irrevocable."   Let's build a ministry together.   Contact us to get started in a significant and meaningful ministry of service.

Please consider how God may be calling you to serve Christ by serving each other and the church. Please sign up for a team where you feel your God given gifts can by utilized by God.

Canton Health Care Center

Members of a Northminster Bible Study group and a few other women visit the residents of Canton Health Care monthly. The visits are usually on Tuesday afternoons around 2:00pm. Anyone is welcome to attend and participate in this outreach ministry.

The group recently assisted with a picnic to celebrate the 4th of July with the residents. It was a great experience for everyone involved - residents and volunteers.

For more information, please contact Susan Ridgway or Marsha Mossgrove.

Graphic Design

We are looking for people who have an artistic eye and design skills to design logos and images that highlight ministries, bring visible messages through sermon series, and who can format worship, and announcement slides.

Helping Hands

There are always small (and sometimes large) jobs that need to be done around the Northminster campus and in the homes of our elderly.   If you like to paint, tinker, or fix, we need you in this ministry!

The Ministry of Visiting Teams

Our visiting teams work hard to care for the ill and home-bound within our community.   One of the most important and vibrant components of their ministry is to make personal visits for conversation, prayer, scripture reading, and communion.   If you would like to join them on a visitation, let us know.

Music Ministry

Northminster has a strong music ministry program that involves adults, teens, and children in singing, ringing, and strumming.  

Photography & Video Recording Ministry

At Northminster, we have seen many powerful days, worship services, ministries, and events.   Because these moments are so significant, we want to share them with the church and community.   If you have an eye for photography or videography, let us know, and we can add the shots and footage to our communication effort!

Prayer Team

A church without an active prayer life is like a car without a motor.   We are looking for people to pray for the ministry of the church on a frequent and regular basis.   Prayer can take place in the sanctuary before worship, walking down main street, or at a local coffee shop.   If you want to deepen your prayer life and impact the reach of the church, let us know.

Resource Development Team

We have a big vision to bring the abundant life of Jesus to our county through discipleship, economic redevelopment, family ministries, and more.   We need team builders, brain-stormers, organizers, and action oriented people to locate, motivate, and champion people, prayer, and financial resources.

Student Ministry

We have a lively and vibrant group of teens who are growing in faith and numbers.   We have adults who care and guide them, but teens can never have too many good Christian examples and adult friends.   Come and join them here, there, and everywhere they go.   You just might find the teen still left within your heart.   (To keep our kids and teens safe, we happily fund background checks on all those who work with them.)

Ushers

If you have a heart for the people who worship with us, you might be called to be an usher.   Ushers welcome worshipers, hand out worship supplies, and fill in all the gaps so that people do not fall through the cracks.