Everything we believe at Northwest is based on what Jesus did for each of us when He died on the Cross. It may have been over 2,000 years ago, but the work He did there is just as powerful and relevant today.
On Friday, April 7, at 7pm, we’ll have a special Good Friday communion service. All of our focus will be on Jesus and what His death on the cross means for you and me. And when you come, you’ll see there’s a reason why we call this one Friday of the year “Good Friday.”
For your kiddos
The adults will be taking communion and reflecting on Jesus’ crucifixion. We’ve got stuff geared just for your kids that aren’t quite ready for that yet. Babies through second graders will have safe, age-appropriate environments where the Bible is taught in a creative and relevant way.
Communion is the time we set aside to remember Christ’s death on the cross. It is a time when…
For one day this year, let’s all go dark. When you usually scroll, log in, read or watch… choose instead to be intentional about focusing on what Jesus did for you that Friday.