NHSY meets every Thursday evening from 7-9:15pm. Typically, NHSY meets three times a month at the Downes Road Campus, and once a month off-site in core (small) groups.
Our Campus nights begin with time to connect with high school students and leaders. Around 7:15 we begin our Worship service, which includes singing, praying and listening to the word of God preached. Next, we break off into core groups for small group discussion. The evening ends with more community time!! We typically have two campus nights a month.
Our Grade Nights happen once a month. At these nights, students and leaders will get a chance to grow in friendship with students outside of their core group. Each grade night will consist of snacks, games and an intentional large group discussion about our sermon series.
Our Core Groups are pre-assigned and are of the same grade & gender. Each group has 7-10 students and 1-2 leaders. Core groups provide every student with an opportunity to build intentional relationships with their peers and to be discipled by their youth leader. One Thursday a month, core groups meet off-site to hang in a different setting!
We would LOVE for you to come Gather with us!
Jesus’ last words on earth were to his disciples, commanding them to go and make disciples, by baptizing & teaching them the word of God (Matt. 28:29-30). At NHSY, our hope is that every student will have the opportunity to GROW in their knowledge and love for God during their high school years.
We recognize that GROWing can happen both inside and outside the church. We encourage you to take part in Northview’s opportunities for growth (bible studies, student leadership programs etc.), as well as spending time in God’s word at home.
In Matthew 28:29-30, Jesus also commands his disciples to GO out into all the world & to make disciples of all nations. At NHSY we strive to encourage every student to do the same – to go out to their communities, schools, workplaces and make disciples of Jesus Christ. We believe our role as a church is not only to gather people but to encourage them to scatter into the whole world, both locally and globally