Saturday, May 15, 2021
Join us for this special online fundraising experience on May 15 for our live broadcast and take a walk or hike at the location of your choosing! During this...
The purpose of local outreach is to provide opportunities to grow in sharing the gospel, create awareness about local ministries, proclaim Christ to our neighbors in the surrounding community and plant churches.
NOTE: Due to COVID, some of these events many be cancelled. Please email with any questions.
Join us for this special online fundraising experience on May 15 for our live broadcast and take a walk or hike at the location of your choosing! During this time of social distancing, with the power of technology, there's a unique opportunity to maintain, and even strengthen, the financial support you raise for Options Health from friends and family, both near and far.
For more information or to register, click here.
Halloween: A corporate challenge to optimize your Halloween by thoughtfully thinking through how your family or roommates can reach out to your neighbors.
Hope 680: Provides food, hygiene items, clothing, and blankets, as well as encouragement through sharing the gospel and spiritual conversations with men and women that our team meets. For more info, contact Toby Weiss ( ).
Retirement Home Visits: Provides an opportunity for those who are unable to attend church to participate in worship through hymns, prayer, and a devotion from the Word of God and enjoy fellowship with other believers. For more information, contact Denise Mullin at .
Walnut Festival: An opportunity to engage the community through a NorthCreek booth at the annual Walnut Festival hosted at Heather Farms Park.
Arise: This ministry is in the start-up phase while we investigate how to best build a platform to serve those who have been impacted by human trafficking. For more information, contact Sue Miller ( ).
Bay Area Chaplains: Provides counseling, discipleship, and Bible studies for the inmates and staff of the Martinez, Marsh Creek, and West County Detention Facilities. For more information, contact Don Campbell ( ).
Bay Area Rescue Mission: Offers shelter, clothing, job and life skills, while sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ through Bible studies and counseling, which empowers the homeless and needy towards change. For more information, contact Dean Hollenbeck ( ).
Options Health: Offers free and compassionate counseling and information within a safe and caring environment to women and their families who are experiencing an unplanned pregnancy. For more information, contact Mami Cole ( ).
Safe Refuge for Children + Families: Hosts vulnerable children who are in family crisis situations and creates extended family-like support through a community of church networks and devoted volunteers. For more information, contact Anna Davis ( ).
Sports Camp: This week of sports fun includes a morning Bible message and huddle time with coaches. Sign up to be a coach and build on the platform of sports to share the Bible with kids grades K-8. Consider intentionally inviting kids from your family, extended family, and neighborhood to join this annual event every June.
Day Camp: NorthCreek's Vacation Bible School! Sign up to be a counselor and enjoy this excellent way to share the truth of God’s Word with kids K-5th grade. Get the word out by inviting kids to join us in August for this amazing time of song, drama, puppets, crafts, and recreation.
Clothesline: The purpose of clothesline is to show and share God’s grace through the free gift of gently used clothing and shoes for our church and local communities. Our prayer is that the clothing would actually provide a platform for us to share the gospel. We do that by sharing tracts, providing information about upcoming events and the church and have an intentional hospitality area set up at the exit that allows shoppers to chat and pray with welcoming NorthCreekers.
Food Pantry: The Food Pantry is open every other Tuesday, from 10:45 AM – 11:45 AM. Along with food, this ministry offers gospel hope and prayer to those who visit from our community.
The Story: This event explains the profound and highly personal story of God’s redemptive work presented through music, artwork, and live narrators. Invite others to enjoy watching the creative display of works of art by Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo, and other famous artists while hearing God’s plan of salvation.
Cross Cultural Fellowships
Brit Hadasha (New Covenant) Fellowship: Is a gathering of Jews and Gentiles who desire to worship in a Jewish cultural setting, centered around the belief in Yeshua (Jesus) as Messiah. Go to, http://www.remnant.net for information on their Messianic Services.
Comunidad Biblica Hispana: Offers weekly fellowship, worship, Bible teaching and prayer in Spanish. Meets here at NorthCreek on Sundays at 9:45 a.m. in WC124.
Iranian Fellowship: provides worship gathering on Sunday at 11:00 a.m. in WC 120. Go to, https://www.northcreek.org/ministries/iranian-fellowship/ for more information on their Bible studies
Church Planting and Revitalization
Church Planting and Revitalization desires to fulfill the great commission through following the pattern of the early church of evangelism going hand in hand with establishing churches. This is accomplished through planting or strengthening churches in areas where Bible teaching and gospel proclamation is limited. Stay tuned for more information as we pursue planting churches in the future.