University Students & Young Professionals
Every Sunday morning, University Students & Young Professionals from 18 to 26 gather on our campus for fun, fellowship and Bible study, and many of our Young Professionals are committed to ministry with College & University students. Join us as we discover life’s journey together as adults. And if you're on campus at Victoria College or UHV, join us weekly for a free lunch at the Baptist Student Ministry.
Northside’s ministry to and with men centers around the journey of growth upwardly, inwardly and outwardly. If you’re looking specifically for a men’s group, we have opportunities for every man at Northside no matter where you are in life.
The women's ministry at Northside fosters strong connections among women of every age. Women's Bible studies are offered throughout the year at various times each week, and collectively, we gather for a Spring Retreat each year over a Friday night with special speakers and entertainment. Other special events provide a time for spiritual growth that address the unique needs of women also. Northside offers several different Journey Groups as well.
Senior Adults at Northside are a vital part of the community both here on our church campus and in our city. Bible Study Groups are a major part of connecting with other Senior Adults, and conventions and outings are offered as well. Many Seniors also minister in various locations around town at hospitals, the Food Bank, Victoria Christian Assistance Ministry, Perpetual Help Home and others. Join us as we serve and encourage one another and others in the journey.
This year some exciting trips are planned, and you won’t want to miss these opportunities. Contact us for more information.
Senior Adults gathers once a quarter for a potluck meal where the church provides the meat and you provide a side or dessert. Join us for these special evenings where you can socialize with others and be entertained by a special music group or speaker.
our Journey of Hope Ministry
Cancer care ministry is a hope ministry. While it involves prayer, counsel, visits and assistance, it is centered on bringing God's hope to patients and their caregivers, family and friends. This requires an understanding of the impact of cancer, how people react to it and how God has called His people to respond. Above all, it requires us to have within ourselves an unfeigned hope that we can take to those in need.