Weekly Announcements

Weekly Bulletin
April 17, 2018

MEN’S MIDWEEK THIS WEEK — Wednesday @ 7:15
The upcoming midweek schedule is as follows:

  • 4/18 — Men’s Midweek
  • 4/25 — Women’s Midweek
  • 5/02 — All Church Midweek
  • 5/09 — Small Group Gathering

Please join us in welcoming our brother, Sonny Sessions as he preaches the word to us this Sunday.

RUBBER DUCKY IMPROV BENEFIT — Saturday, April 21 @ 7:30PM
Join the Rubber Ducky Improv troupe for an evening benefit at the church building on April 21st at 7:30.  All donations go to the Teressa Blondell fund.  Teressa suffered 3rd degree burns and was in a medically induced coma for months.  See the attachedflyer.

Register now for our 2018 Vacation Bible School entitled “Shipwrecked: Rescued By God”.  Please click this link to register participants and volunteers.  Starting this year, 6th and 7th graders will participate in daily service projects during VBS called “VBS Corps”.  Register for this under volunteer registration.

  • Nursery: Available only for children of volunteers
  • Participant Age Range: Rising Pre-K – Rising 5th Graders
  • New! Middle School “VBS Corps”: Rising 6th Graders – Rising 7th Graders
  • Volunteers Age Range: Rising 8th Graders – No Age Limit:)

The team going to La Paz this year will be working at an orphanage for young children who have been victims of abuse. The NV group will be doing renovation and repair work at their home and their school. We have agreed to supply the equipment and materials necessary to complete the work. Some we are able to purchase in Bolivia, but everything else will be purchased here. This is where your help is needed!  Please see the sign up genius page for the La Paz trip donations.


Magnets are available for $10 each and will be sold on Sunday in the back of the auditorium.  All proceeds go to the La Paz team fundraising efforts.  Alternatively, fill out this form and donate through our app ($12/magnet) and a bumper magnet will be mailed to your home.

If you have not already done so, please take a few moments to complete the Northview Volunteer Opportunities survey.  Click here to access the survey.
Joining our staff interns Cory Cole, Ashlyn Bennett and Madison Roepe, these nine college students will spend the summer at Northview working with our high school and middle school ministries.


Mia is coming home to her Northview family after receiving her bachelor’s degree in Music Therapy from the University of Georgia. She was raised in the Northview church and was baptized in the middle school ministry. While serving with Northview this summer, she will also be completing her Music Therapy internship at Therabeat, Inc. Mia is thrilled to further strengthen her relationships with the teens and middle schoolers over a strong cup of Starbucks coffee!


Max is returning to Northview after graduating from our teen ministry last summer.  He is now a rising sophomore at the University of North Georgia majoring in Media Studies.  Max is returning to Northview after being baptized his freshman year at UNG.  He is excited to build new relationships as well as strengthen old ones. He is looking forward to sharing his faith with the teens as well as continue to learn new things about God!


Alanis is a rising senior at the University of Georgia, pursuing a major in Consumer Foods. She is Mexican-American, born and raised in Atlanta. Her family has attended the Northview Church since she was 11 and became a disciple during her freshman year of high school. She is beaming with joy to spend the summer serving the ministry that has served her tremendously throughout the years.


Will is a third-year student at the University of Georgia. He was raised in Georgia but was converted in Alaska while on an internship and attending the University of Washington.  Will is extremely excited to get to know the many families at Northview and to build friendships with the teens and middle schoolers!


Jordan is joining us from the Athens campus ministry where he is a sophomore at the University of North Georgia.  Jordan was born in South Florida but moved to Lawrenceville when he was seven.  He grew up going to the Gwinnett Church of Christ. He is excited to be a part of the Northview internship program and is grateful for opportunity to serve teens.


Will is a rising senior at Kennesaw State University studying computer software engineering.  Will is originally from Athens where he has attended the church since his parents joined in 2008.  Will grew up in the Athens middle school and teen ministries where he began studying the Bible with Danny Cruz and later became a Christian as a high school senior.  Will is looking forward to another awesome summer as a Northview intern and is excited to be working with the teens again!


Emily is a recent graduate of the University of Georgia with a degree in Human Development and Family Science. She was born in Boston and raised in Marietta, GA, where she became a Christian when she was 14. Emily is super eager to be back home at Northview, drinking lots of iced coffee and spending time with teens!


Abigail is a junior at University of Georgia majoring in accounting. She was born in Seoul, South Korea, and moved to Athens when she was eleven. As a teenager adjusting to a new culture, she battled a lot of uncertainty and confusion that led her to start studying the Bible. She was able to find peace and security from God and became a Christian at fifteen years old. She is currently working with the teen and campus ministry in Seoul, South Korea. She is excited to be with the Northview teens and is looking forward to an incredible, spiritually fulfilling summer.


Morgan is a rising sophomore at University of North Georgia pursuing a degree in social work and is a part of the Athens Campus Ministry. She grew up in Lawrenceville and was raised in the Cornerstone Church of Christ where she became a disciple at age 16. She is very excited to help strengthen the teen ministry and join the Northview family.

  • Mark Law has started chemotherapy.  Please pray that he will be able to eat and gain weight.
  • Please pray for Edith Pringle who recently lost her daughter in a car accident.  Please also pray for Edith’s sons, Drew Robison and Ian Campbell as they comfort Edith and cope with the loss of their sister.
  • Please pray that Mike Dickie will regain the use of his right hand in the next 6 months!
  • Please pray for Mimi Dyer who suffered an ocular stroke and has lost sight in one eye.  Please pray for her sight to be restored and her spirits to be lifted.
  • Please continue to pray for our brothers and sisters at Cornerstone.

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