Here at Northside we feel that missions outreach is an opportunity to serve others and in doing so grow spiritually as a congregation. Our service opportunities focus primarily on basic needs in the areas of housing and hunger in underserved communities of metro Atlanta.
Northside Church now has a disaster response team. Our team serves as needed by taking steps to prevent further damage to homes affected by hurricanes, tornados, floods and other natural disasters. Early Response Team (ERT) training is offered by UMCOR and suggested for team members but not always required to serve–each event has unique requirements. Please contact us for more details. We hope you will join this ongoing mission opportunity to provide a caring presence of the church to survivors as we make repairs and help clean up the destruction.
Missions outreach is an opportunity to serve others, not just around the world, but also right here in the community. Northside is committed to mobilizing support for the homeless, at-risk youth, neighborhood revitalization, and general relief programs, through an array of ministries and projects focused on housing. We partner with local nonprofits, Murphy-Harpst Children’s Centers, Habitat for Humanity, Wellroot Family Services, and Action Ministries.
Mission opportunities at Northside focus on meeting the basic needs of those in the underserved communities of metro Atlanta. One of those basic needs is hunger, and we partner with Buckhead Christian Ministries, Food Security for America, Good Samaritan Health Center, and Action Ministries to support families in need.
The Metro Atlanta Project is a weeklong, student-led, adult-supported annual service project dedicated to serving the community through roofing projects, playground construction, and general home repair for those in desperate need. Founded in 1999, this year saw 5,000 total hours of work on 14 different sites and 125 students building community through daily worship and self-sacrifice.