Self-sufficiency seems like a good concept, but when it comes to living our daily lives it isn't very realistic. We have many needs that depend on others to meet them: the farmer who grows the vegetables we eat; the factory workers who build the cars we drive; doctors who care for our health, and teachers who educate our children.
And what about our deeper needs, our soul needs? Who or what do you turn to for satisfying your thirst for meaning, purpose, or hope? Those needs, built into us by our Creator, can only be met by that same Creator. That Creator is Jesus. He is the only source for LIVING WATER - the only true thirst quencher for our souls!
Please join us at North Shore Baptist Church as we worship the one true God and pursue a deeper relationship with Him, with the desire to become more like Jesus every day. We are just ordinary people, who happen to serve an extraordinary God! Our prayer is for you to get to know Him too!
Our doors are open, so come as you are.
"Jesus answered and said to her, 'Everyone who drinks of this water will thirst again;but whoever drinks of the water that I will give him shall never thirst; but the water that I will give him will become in him a well of water springing up to eternal life.'" John 4:10
Encountering Christ on the way
to the cross
Beginning March 5th and running through Easter Sunday, April 16th, our regular Adult Bible Study will temporarily give way to a season of worshipful reflection in preparation for the celebration of Jesus' death and resurrection. Please join us as we encounter Christ on the road to the Cross, through a poignant series of scripture, meditations and prayers based on the book Intense Moments with the Savior by Ken Gire.
9:00 AM in the Sanctuary upstairs.
A time of fellowship and refreshments is offered at 10:00 AM. On the main floor.
The Worship Service begins at 10:30 AM and includes worship through classic hymns and modern praise choruses, testimonies, corporate prayer, and hearing God's Word through the preaching of the Gospel. In the sanctuary upstairs.
The Lord's Supper is shared on the first Sunday of each month.