Northpark Community Church is a community of believers in Jesus Christ that shares a passion for making a positive Christian impact in our community and the world. Our mission is “building lives through relationships”: with God, with others in our community of believers, and with those who do not yet know Jesus Christ. Through worship, service, fellowship, and education, we grow these relationships and experience God’s grace in our lives. We also work hard to put our faith into action. Through many service opportunities within the church, in the community, and missions trips into other countries we practice what Jesus Christ commanded: “Go into all the world and preach the Good News to everyone.”
Northpark Community Church Staff
Here at Northpark Community Church, we have a great staff that is committed to helping build lives through relationships. Relationships with God, each other and with those who do not yet know Christ. Get to know the Northpark team a little better and find out who we are and what brought us to Northpark. We are here for you, so please don’t hesitate to contact any one of us.
What We Believe
Northpark’s Mission, Vision and Beliefs
We invite you to get to know us… that includes knowing what we believe! If you have further questions about Northpark, please don’t hesitate to contact us or join us for a membership class which goes over this in more detail.
From the inception of Northpark Community Church when meeting in a school cafeteria, church planting has been part of our DNA. Since the late 80’s, Northpark has been part of six church plants, either directly by sending people, finances, and a trained leader, or through financial support. Churches have been planted in Southern California, Western Idaho, Paris, France and three local churches in the Fresno/Clovis area. Our next focus is to make ourselves a “church plant” to our immediate surrounding community. It’s great to send people and support to other locations where the gospel is needed. It is also important to us that the community within a couple miles of Northpark’s campus is introduced to the living Christ.