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  • Starting Point July 27

  • Community SERVE Day 2014

  • Summer Block Party

A Christmas Summer Block Party by Barbara and Bryan Hubert We’ve been doing neighborhood summer parties for years. We don’t do them every year, but often enough that we are known as THE house in the neighborhood. This year, in fact, we even had fun handing out one of the invitations by singing “Silent Night”… Continue reading →


We know it’s hard being new. We’d like to help. For those wondering where to begin at Northshore, the first step is Starting Point. Whether you are exploring following Jesus or have been walking with God for years and would like to become a member at Northshore, this experience will give you some background on… Continue reading →


Welcome to Community SERVE Day 2014! Community SERVE Day is an opportunity for local churches, businesses, and community members to serve together in practical ways. Community SERVE Day is not just a one day event, it’s an “attitude” and “commitment” to reach out and help those who live closest to us. Instead of Sunday service, join… Continue reading →


Bring wheels, be creative. Wacky Wheelays is a multi-event field day on wheels. This event is for fun-loving people of all abilities to come together as one big family for a free picnic; games that include trikes, bikes, strollers, and wheelchairs—anything with wheels; and a car show too! Sunday, July 13 Lake Washington High School 12:45… Continue reading →


Join us for a second annual summer book club Wednesdays, July 9–30, 7–8:30 pm. You’ll enjoy two to four weeks discussing books in a fun, relaxed environment. Find out more about the books. Questions or more info, contact Kathy Flugstad, 425-216-4464


What if God wants to use you and your faith to transform your neighborhood? Imagine your neighbors falling in love with Jesus because you reached out to them. Those who you run into at the mailbox or get together with taking your kids to the bus stop—why not invite them to a party? This summer, you… Continue reading →