Know Christ

At NorthPark, we are committed to a four-step process leading toward spiritual maturity. Knowing Jesus is the first step. God tells us that He loves us so much “that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life” (John 3:16). Every person must decide whether or not they ‘believe in Him.’ When we express true faith (belief) in Jesus, we are filled with the Holy Spirit and empowered to live the life of faith. Our belief is followed by action. In our worship gatherings, small group meetings, and age graded kids and student programming, we regularly call people to express faith in Jesus as their Lord. Knowing Jesus is so much more than knowing about Jesus. It is a personal relationship.


Build Community

At NorthPark, we have intentional relational environments for the purpose of building community. We encourage every person to be a part of a Life Group that meets on Sunday morning. In our Life Groups, we focus on learning the Bible, creating community, and caring for each other. We also encourage people to build community through our Discipleship Groups and Equipping Groups. Discipleship Groups meet throughout the week in homes, restaurants, and coffee shops. Equipping Groups are short term Wednesday night Bible studies centered around specific topics.


Serve Others

At NorthPark, we believe that it is important to serve both in local and global missions. By serving, we are following Jesus’ model of service and self-sacrifice. At NorthPark, there are opportunities to serve on Sundays through our Serve Team. We also want every believer to find a way to serve the community. We are committed to personally serve others in our community and to partner with like-minded ministries so that Christ is exalted and we are formed in His image.


Make Disciples of All Nations

We desire to create a disciple making culture in our community that extends to all nations. God has called and gifted each believer for the purpose of leading others to become like Jesus. The disciple making process begins with people ready to invest in others. We want the people of NorthPark to be empowered to invest and to lead. Through leading Discipleship Groups, leading Life Groups, leading ongoing mission work, working with mission partners, and supporting mission causes, we join together in unity to make disciples of all nations.

Jesus said to them, “Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men.”
– Matthew 4:19

Now the eleven disciples went to Galilee, to the mountain to which Jesus had directed them. And when they saw him they worshiped him, but some doubted. And Jesus came and said to them, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.”
– Matthew 28:16-20

NorthPark’s 12 Core Values


Knowing Christ and making Him known.

Worshiping God daily in spirit and truth.

Giving joyfully of our time, talents, and resources.


Building community in small groups.

Teaching truth with love and grace.
(Bible-Centered Teaching)

Encouraging one another in Biblical unity.


Serving Him by serving you.

Valuing excellence in all we do.

Praying constantly for spiritual awaking.


Making disciples who make disciples.

Investing intentionally in the next generation.

Sharing the gospel with all nations.



The Model of the Early Church
“Repent and be baptized…” Acts 2:37

The Commission of Jesus
“They worshipped him…” Matthew 28:17


The Model of the Early Church
“All who believed were together…” Acts 2:44

The Commission of Jesus
“Baptizing them…” Matthew 28:19


The Model of the Early Church
“Distributing the proceeds to all, as any had need…” Acts 2:45

The Commission of Jesus
“Teaching them to observe all I have commanded…” Matthew 28:20


The Model of the Early Church
“The Lord added to their number day by day…” Acts 2:47

The Commission of Jesus
“Go therefore, and make disciples…” Matthew 28:19