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Northminster’s Fall Family Retreat

This year’s annual fall family retreat will take place at the Wilmette Harbor Club (20 Harbor Drive, Wilmette) from 8:30 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. We will begin with a light breakfast, followed by a brief opening worship. The day will hold wonderful opportunities to play, create, connect and grow as we explore the theme, “Living the…

“North of Chicago: Shorefront Stories and Legacies” Exhibition

Thank you all who joined us last Sunday for a special introduction to the exhibition by Shorefront’s Executive Director, Dino Robinson. You may watch his presentation and a glimpse of the exhibition on YouTube. The exhibition will be in place through November 21st with several public opportunities for viewing: Regular Exhibition Open Hours will take place on…

CROP Walk Is Sunday October 17!

The North Shore Virtual CROP Hunger Walk is happening again the year. You may walk that day, today or every day, but walkers will not gather as they have for many years due to the COVID pandemic. The pandemic does not diminish the need for nourishment in our community and other communities throughout the United…

Fall Book Study with Pastor Jessica

Living Buddha, Living Christ By Thich Nhat Hanh Tuesday mornings from 10-11:30 a.m. via Zoom Beginning on October 12 Thru November 30 All are invited to join Pastor Jessica for an engaging discussion of Thich Nhat Hanh’s captivating book Living Buddha, Living Christ. In this thin volume Vietnamese Buddhist monk and peace activist Thich Nhat Hanh…

NPC New Leaders Nomination

If you are interested in serving as a Deacon or Elder beginning in January of 2022, the Nominating Committee will begin meeting soon to discern together those God is calling into leadership. Please prayerfully consider if this a way you can serve, as self-nominations are welcome….but also you can nominate those in whom you’ve recognized…

Composting at Banner Day Picnic

Composting waste materials was successfully rolled out at the Banner Day Picnic. All plates, napkins, and cups were collected for composting. We had less than 1/3 barrel of trash and filled a few recycling bins. Fellowship did a great job using serving dishes that could be recycled. Now we can use composting and recycling for all church functions…