Northside Community Church of Ann Arbor

Mission Statement: to help our weakest, poorest, and most vulnerable neighbors with what they need most and to highlight the work of those organizations that provide help.

Northside Community Church is a gathering of believers in Jesus Christ who seek to share the Good News of Godís Kingdom in Ann Arbor and beyond.

Pastor Chris Grapentine

Northside Community Church of Ann Arbor

Whoever you are...

You are invited to a place where all are welcomed and accepted, and encouraged to be all that God made them to be.

You are invited to become part of a loving Christian community, committed to loving God with all our hearts and loving our neighbors as much as we love ourselves.

You are invited to join us for worship, for fellowship, for learning opportunities, and for serving others as we discover what it means to serve Jesus Christ as Lord and, as his followers, to walk in his steps.

Contact Info

Northside Community Church
929 Barton Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48105

(734) 662-6351

NorthsideCCA2@aol.com

For building use information call Esther Yost at (734) 761-6145

Here and Now

Sunday morning classes continue for both adults and children at 11:25. See the "Classes" page for more information.

Bell Choir & Chancel Choir rehearsals also continue each Thursday. Both groups perform as part of most every worship service.

This Month

Preparing & serving the Hunger Meal at First Baptist Church the third and fifth Tuesday of the month - April 16th this month.

We continue to bring in donations for the Second Baptist Food Pantry. Boxed, packaged, or canned food items plus household items (tissues, toilet paper, dishwashing & laundry detergent) are always appreciated.

This Year

2012 was the third year for our Growing Hope Garden. Our harvested vegetables go to Food Gatherers to be given to those in need of fresh foods. We do this along with about 25 other churches in town.

In 2011 we delivered over 200 pounds of beans, tomatoes, and squash from our garden. 2012's harvest finished with almost 300 pounds total taken in to Food Gatherers. We hope that 2013 will be an even better year as we learn what grows well in our spot.