Here is a list of current, all-church events. Click on the events below to find out information and to register.

 


Good Friday and Easter Services

Please join us for our Good Friday and Sunday Easter services! Our Good Friday service will be on Friday, April 14 at 7:00 pm. Childcare is not available. Our Easter Celebration Services will be Sunday, April 16 at 9:00 and 11:00 am. During the morning services, there will be an Easter-themed music presentation called “The Power of The Cross” written by Keith & Kristyn Getty and arranged by David Hamilton for choir, band and orchestra. Jon McNeff will be teaching. Childcare is available for children three years and under. We invite you to join us and bring a guest.


Family Camp

July 7 - 14 | Sugar Pine Point State Park | Walk-in Registration on Saturday, April 15

Did you know Family Camp has been a NorthCreek tradition since 1977? We will once again return to Sugar Pine Point State Park, near beautiful Lake Tahoe from July 7 - 14. Walk-in registration will take place on Saturday, April 15 at 9:00 a.m. in the Worship Center lobby. You will need to download and fill out the camp registration form here, before the walk-in registration. Please mark these important dates on your calendar! For more information, click on the button on the right click here


Sports Camp 2017

It’s almost time to register your children K – 8 grade for sports camp. Registration opens April 1. This years theme is "Our Hero Saves" from 1 Timothy 2:3-6 Sports Camp is a fun-filled, energy-packed week designed to lead campers in developing athletic skills, godly character, and good sportsmanship. Register by April 30 for early bird pricing!. For more information, click on the button on the right. click here


 

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Keith & Kristyn Getty

Friday, June 9 | 7:00 PM | NorthCreek Church
 


Event Details:
    •    Friday, June 9 at 7:00pm

    •    Tickets are three price levels: $35 Priority, $20 Advanced and $15 General.
    •    Priority ticket holders (0001-0375) are invited to enter at 6:20 p.m., Advanced ticket holders (0376-1125) at 6:30 p.m., and General ticket holders (1126+) at 6:40 p.m.

    •    Ticket holders with tickets numbered 0001 - 1125 need to be in line before their respective door opens, or they lose their early seating ability.

    •    Individuals in wheelchairs may enter at 6:15 p.m. with one attendant, but there is no guarantee they will be given a front row seat. Stand to the right of the Priority Line.

    •    Event is anticipated to last 90 minutes.

    •    Childcare is not provided.

    •    Refunds are not available, but you are welcome to sell your ticket at it's initial face value, or less. Ticket donations are accepted, and will be given to others in need.

    •    Tickets are on sale online, beginning in late March. On sale online and in person from mid April to the event.

 
Tickets:
    •    Physical tickets are available for pickup after April 15. They can be claimed in the Church Office, Monday - Friday 8:30am- 5pm, or on Sundays in the Lobby. Tickets also available at Will Call on Friday, June 9 after 5pm.

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About Keith and Kristyn:

Keith and Kristyn Getty occupy a unique space in the world of music today as preeminent modern hymn writers. In re-inventing the traditional hymn form, they have created a catalogue of songs teaching Christian doctrine and crossing the genres of traditional, classical, folk and contemporary composition which are sung the world over.

“In Christ Alone” (penned by Keith and long-time writing partner, Stuart Townend) holds the #1 position of most-frequently-sung in UK churches for the past 9 consecutive years. It was voted the #2 best-loved hymn of all time in the UK according to a BBC Songs of Praise national survey and among the top 5 hymns of all time by the UK Hymns Society. According to CCLI, it is estimated that 40 to 50 million people sing “In Christ Alone” in church services each year— which does not include the unique reach the catalog has into traditional and classical contexts, as well as the popularity of the song throughout Asia.

The Gettys' hymns are used increasingly both in contemporary and traditional circles, being included in most modern hymnbooks (with a number of these now listing “Getty” as the most-featured composers), while in the more contemporary church, more than 60 of their songs are featured on top 2,000 CCLI charts between the UK and USA.
The Gettys' Irish Christmas show, touring annually since 2011, is built around their Christmas church music catalog, as well as their love for historic carols. The tour, playing to some 60,000 people in 2015, has featured annual sold out performances at Carnegie Hall, as well as performances at many of the top concert venues in the US, including the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, and Atlanta’s Fox Theatre. In 2015, the Joy - An Irish Christmas television special was featured on Public Television and broadcast to 45+ million homes across the United States. The television special has also been broadcast on BBC and internationally.
Keith and Kristyn Getty continue to be global ambassadors for modern hymns in the USA and throughout the world. In addition to their Christmas show, the Gettys tour internationally, visiting venues as diverse as the Ryman Auditorium, Belfast’s Waterfront Hall, The Pentagon, and Royal Albert Hall, with performances for George W. Bush, the United Nations, and South Korea President Lee Myung-bak.  This worldwide representation of modern hymns has led to the creation of their first global church music conference, to be held in Nashville, Tennessee, in September 2017.

To further expand this modern hymn movement, Keith and Kristyn Getty have created the Getty Music record label (which holds 3 Dove Award nominations and is distributed by Capitol Christian Distribution), built various print publishing partnerships and imprints, and produced unique merchandise containing their hymn lyrics.  The label will release its first collection of songs and hymns for families in 2016.

The Gettys' songs have been performed or recorded by a diverse range of artists including Alison Krauss, Ricky Skaggs, Owl City, Lyle Lovett, Newsboys, Mercy Me, Natalie Grant, Passion/Kristian Stanfill, Heather Headley, Moya Brennan, and choirs from Anuna to Coventry Cathedral. They have also been selected for significant international events such as the Enthronement of the Archbishop of Canterbury and the concluding ceremony of the third Lausanne Congress.

In 2016 and 2017 Keith and Kristyn will be launching a global release of “Facing a Task Unfinished” – the song, album, and tour. The Gettys, together with global partners, spearheaded the unparalleled global hymn sing of “Facing a Task Unfinished” in February of 2016. It is estimated that 1.1 million people in 100 countries across the earth sang the song on that single day. The studio album, which is conceived from this hymn and its global participation, features the Getty’s band, live congregational singing, and fresh global sounds as well as guest appearances by John Patitucci, Fernando Ortega, and artists from around the world.

Keith and Kristyn live between Northern Ireland and Nashville with their daughters, Eliza Joy, Charlotte, and Grace.