We would love to have you join us for Jen Wilkin's 9 week study of I Peter, where a man of faith and flaws and eyewitness to the life of Christ challenges us to look beyond our current circumstances to a future inheritance, describes a believers’ true identity in Christ, and ultimately helps readers discover what it means to experience the Living Hope they have in Christ.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: When does this 9-week study begin and end?
A: The Monday study begins January 7th and ends March 11th.
Q: Do I need to purchase any materials for this study?
A: There is a "1 Peter by Jen Wilkin" study guide that follows the weekly videos and includes a personal study for each week. It will be available for purchase at the Northland Bookstore approximately three weeks before the study begins.
Q: My schedule changes. Is it ok to go back and forth between the Monday morning and Tuesday evening groups?
A: Yes! Feel free to alternate groups as often as you want.
Q: I'll be out of town and will miss the first week or two of study. Is it still ok to join?
A: Yes! It’s never too late to join in the study and fellowship – we’d love to have you with us!
Q: I'm bringing a few friends with me to study. Can we all be in the same group?
A: Yes! Simply register them when you sign up, including their email address and cell phone contact.
Q: I'm new to Northland. Where is The Rink?
A: The Rink is a separate building that sits to the right of the main building.
Q: Where can I find information on other Northland groups or activities that focus on women?
A: Northland's monthly newspaper, RESPOND, is available at kiosks in the church lobby. You can also view it online.
Q: Where is child care located, and what is the age range?
A: Child care is located in the main church building. Ages range from infant through fifth grade. You register for child care when you sign up for the study.