Pre-Service

We hold our Sunday service at our new building in Virginia, which used to be the Eichorns Furniture store (the address is 302 2nd Ave N for you GPSers).  While the service starts at 10:00am, you'll find hot coffee and tea starting at 9:30am.  Join us early for friendly conversation and to get to know some of the regular attendees. 

We strive to make everyone feel welcomed in a very down-to-earth setting.  You’ll see most people wearing jeans (pajamas and suits are okay, too!).  No matter your appearance, you’ll find people who will genuinely reach out to you and welcome you to North Star Church!  On any given Sunday, we’ll have people from almost every walk of life – we love all, but only worship One.

Post-Service

After the service concludes, there will be leaders available to pray with you if you so desire.  Also, coffee and treats will be available to accompany a time of fellowship.  We encourage you to stay for a while and get to know a few people.  We believe the group of people that come together are what comprises our church – not a building – we so encourage you to just ‘hang out’ for a while. 

We are His Church.

 

Our Sunday Service begins at 10 am.  Here is what to expect...

 

Service

Our Sunday service starts at 10am and lasts about 75 minutes.  On a typical Sunday we have 140 people in attendance.  Typically 35+ of those in attendance are kids under the age of 13.  We have a lot of young families at North Star!   

The service will begin with announcements, followed by prayer and a time for greeting fellow attendees.  Our praise and worship team leads a contemporary time of worship through song.  The number of instruments varies, but will typically include acoustic guitar, bass guitar, drums, and keyboard.  About half-way through worship, children are invited to attend Children’s Church (ages 4+) or Nursery (ages 0-3 years).  Following worship music, Pastor Terry Sonnentag will deliver a heart-felt and genuine message which will challenge you to start, renew, or deepen your walk with the Lord.