At NorthPointe Church we believe that small groups play a big role in your walk with God. We all need people in our lives that can hold us up and hold us accountable.
"What happens at home is more important than what happens at church."
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ centered program created to help people with their hurts, hang-ups and habits. By working and applying the eight principles, we begin to grow spiritually and become free from our addictive, compulsive and dysfunctional behaviors. This freedom creates peace, serenity, joy and most importantly, a stronger relationship with Christ.
The Forge is a community of men that are committed to follow God's teaching. We strive to be better husbands, better fathers and obedient followers of Jesus Christ. We continually have events in the community and at NorthPointe Church. Follow our Facebook page to see what we are up to.
God’s Love Of Woman
“So encourage each other and build each other up…” 1Thess. 5:11 (NLT)
The NorthPointe Food Pantry's mission is to provide food assistance to those in need regardless of beliefs or background. To meet their needs as Jesus would with compassion, love and understanding.
Northpointe AWANA is a club for Pre-K-8th that meets on Wednesday nights from 5:00-7:30. We split into four groups: Cubbies(Pre-K), SPARKS(K-2nd), T'n'T(3rd-5th), and Middle School. It's a fun way for kids to get together and learn about God!
Come check out XP! Our group of 6th-12th graders meets in the NorthPointe Church Youth Building.
We start off with some gym-time (volley ball, basketball, or just hanging out with friends.) Next we have dinner - usually pizza, tacos, burgers - don’t worry, IT”S FREE!
We believe that children are the future of the church. We have several programs catered just for children to grow and experience the love of Jesus.
The Upward Youth Recreation Basketball League sponsored by NorthPointe Church began in 2010 and provides the youth of Bartow and Gordon counties with a positive alternative to Rec Basketball, one that focuses on the child first.