Getting Ready for the Fall

Fall in Rochester is a beautiful season, with the orchards open for apple-picking, pumpkins lined up outside grocery stores, and the leaves vibrant with colors. People return from their summer vacations to the rhythm of the school year -- and many of them also give church a try for the first time (or second, or third, etc).

At Northridge Church, summer is a great opportunity to update old equipment, clean-up our facilities, and spruce up the "first impressions" at all of our campuses before the big fall push. And there are really two ways you can be involved as we head into fall in the mission of making more and better followers of Jesus!

First, you could consider helping us with some of these projects. We are always looking for people and groups willing to roll up their sleeves to clean, paint, and repair. We have seasonal needs (like a new coat of paint in a room or a thorough cleaning of a trailer) and more regular needs (like helping to build a new stage design for an upcoming sermon series).

Second, you could jump into one of our many serving areas to be a part of the excitement on Sunday morning. Last month, we heard a powerful message from David Whiting, the lead pastor of Northridge, about upcoming changes at Northridge and how you can play a part in what God is doing. Serving areas include working behind-the-scenes, in a technical role, with kids, as a greeter, or in the cafe! (And many other areas!)

Below is a short clip from that message:

If you are interested in either of these opportunities (service projects or regular serving on Sunday morning), please let us know at and someone will follow-up with you to help you get connected!