Serving within Committees
There are a number of ways you may become involved in the life of the church. You can get involved at any age level and at any activity level. The opportunities are boundless.
NPC has nine committees which oversee the church's business and ministries: Business and Facilities Management; Communication and Technology; Congregational Care; Fellowship; Membership; Missions, Outreach, and Evangelism (M.O.E.); Spiritual Growth; Worship; and Youth.
Business and Facilities Management Committee:
This Committee handles the financial health of the church as well as care and well-being of the physical plant. The Personnel Committee, which oversees policy and personnel maintenance, is a subcommittee of this group.
If you have questions, contact:
Communications and Technology Committee (CTC):
The Communications and Technology Committee was establish in 2008 to enhance the quality and the integrity of our communications through all sources and to keep abreast with the technological world we live in. Our goals are to:
- Ensure that all NPC publications are of high quality and in similar format by developing and adhering to guidelines and standards.
- Develop and maintain the NPC Website.
- Oversee the purchase, the use, and the repair of all technology at NPC.
- Coordinate the efforts of the NPC community's communications to provide a cohesive story without a duplication of sources.
Our Committee continues to evolve as we grow in experience, but our focus is to communicate the Northminster story and the love of Jesus Christ to our congregation and community.
If you have questions, contact .
The Congregational Care Committee is dedicated to serving our congregation. This committed group provides messages of care and encouragement, meals, transportation, and other means of support for those in the NPC congregation who are experiencing physical and emotional challenges and other life-issues.
If the ministry of the Congregational Care Committee can be of support to you, contact: or the church office at 770-998-1482.
The Fellowship Committee is the social connection for the congregation. Its goal is to provide every member with the opportunity to engage in a NPC social function at least once a month.
The Committee strives to provide a broad range of events for the membership from after-church coffee socials to baseball games to dining with friends. The Committee is always looking for energetic, friendly people to join and bring new, fun ideas.
If you have questions, contact
The primary function of the Membership Committee is to guide the congregation in extending hospitality to all those who visit our church family and to maintain the rolls of the church in order to insure they adequately reflect our church membership. This is accomplished in a variety of ways including the coordination of New Member classes, hosting the Visitors Table in the narthex on Sunday mornings, and maintaining/updating church brochures.
If you have questions, contact: .
Mission, Outreach & Evangelism:
The Mission, Outreach and Evangelism (MOE) Committee is a tremendeously active committee that supports a number of activities locally, nationally, and internationally. In 2009, NPC sponsored the financing and builidng of a Habitat for Humaity house in Alpharetta.
All activities need your participation. You do not have to be "in charge", unless you'd like to be. Come work with us...we laugh a lot...and we always have a good time. You may get some hugs that you weren't expecting...you may also change your own life. I know that you will change other lives. Step out of your comfort zone...you will love it, WE Promise!!!
Most all activities are "kid-friendly." What better way to introduce your child to their church family and to God's world of helping others?
If you have questions, contact
The Spiritual Growth Committee's mission is as follows: Responding to God's love and grace, our mission is to provide opportunities in which our faith is awakened, supported, rekindled, nurtured, and challenged. We are committed to fostering vibrant connections between faith and life for our NPC community and for those whose lives we touch- through creative and energetic Christian education experiences.
This Committee oversees many programs: Way Cool Sunday School, Vacation Bible School, Nursery, Youth Sunday School, Adult Sunday School, BUZZ, and Parents' Night Out.
If you have questions, contact
The Worship Committee is hard at work coordinating a large number of activities, but we can not do it without your help. There are many ways that you can help and get involved in the life of Northminster.
Music - NPC's music program puts into practice musical techniques while contributing to the worship service. The program includes; Cherub Choir, Carol Choir, Chapel Choir, Youth Choir, Handbell Choir, and Adult Choir.
Contact: Charlie Boone at
Greeters and Ushers - Do you like meeting and talking with people? Being a greeter and/or usher gives you the opportunity to know your fellow members. You will be the first to greet our visitors and welcome them to Northminster.
Sound - Our sound board team ensures that the microphones are working properly, placed appropriately, and records the Sunday Service. Training on our equipment is easy, fun and will be provided. Hearing assistance is available upon request.
Liturgists - Liturgists assist in leading worship by doing one of the components of the Worship service. These components are Call to Worship, Prayer of Invocation, Prayer of Confession, Assurance of Pardon, Affirmation of Faith, reading scripture or even the Children’s Sermon, if that is something you desire to do.
Communion - Communion, one of the sacraments of the church, is served the first Sunday of each month and on Christmas Eve at 11:30 pm, Easter, and Maundy Thursday. Both Intinction and Distribution methods are utilized.
Wedding Guild - Our sanctuary is a sacred space that invokes the blessing and love of the Holy Spirit. A marriage ceremony, as a service of worship, will be conducted in a place that gives testimony to the commitment and love of the members of Northminster, to their relationship to God and the community of Christians we call the Church. Please feel free to contact us if you wish to be a part of this service.
Special Events & Holidays - During the Advent and Lenten season, there is opportunity to help with the seasonal decorations and traditions. In addition, there are special services that provide opportunities for involvement.
If you have any questions, please contact
The Youth Committee consists of adults and high school youth who plan the activities for the Youth Groups. They, with the Youth Director, select the materials that will be used in the Youth Groups and in the Confirmation class.