News & Events

  • First Sunday Food Pantry Ministry

    Beginning May 6th, you are invited to participate in our Food Pantry ministry. On the first Sunday of the month, the congregation is asked to bring donations for our Food Pantry. To start us off, Sunday, May 6th, we are requesting canned meat and fish. Of course, monetary donations are always welcome. If you want to plan ahead, June’s request will be for peanut butter and jelly. Read More »

  • Another Great Flea Market – Thanks!

    Just a note to thank everyone who participated in Saturday’s Flea Market sponsored by the United Methodist Men. Whether you brought things to sell, worked to set things up, or shopped – we thank you all! We’ve made over $1000, and still have some receipts coming in. Thanks again! Read More »

  • Volunteer for Babylon – June 14-16

    Babylon is coming to Northgate, and we need your help! Camp Northgate (aka Vacation Bible School) will present Babylon: Daniel’s Courage in Captivity on June 14 – 16, and that’s right around the corner. There are all kinds of opportunities to help – be a tribe leader, help decorate, work with crafts, help cook the meals, and much, much, more. See Eddie or Natosha Burks for more information – there’s a spot for you to ROAR! Read More »

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Food for Thought

  • Pastor’s Corner – The Point of No Return

    Greetings from Northgate United Methodist Church! Words matter. Are your words building relationships or are they building barriers? Pastor Orr provides his thoughts. Pastor’s Corner   Read More »

  • The Book of Job – Monday Night Study Continues

    Please join us Monday nights at 6:30pm in the New Revelations classroom in the Dome, as our study of The Book of Job continues. The question of why people suffer has been around as long as human kind – what can we learn from Job? This study will continue on Monday nights through June 11th (no class on Memorial Day). Even if you haven’t been able to attend the first few sessions, you are most welcome to come! Read More »

  • Celebrating Our 2018 Lenten Study

    Pastor Freddie Orr led a five-week study of Max Lucado’s “He Chose The Nails – What God Did to Win Your Heart”. This Lenten Study was both challenging and enlightening. Here’s a brief description from Melba Dobbins. Read More »

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1 Thessalonians 5:16-18

Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.