Ministries to adults are the superstructure of learning and sharing for our members and friends. Opportunities to discuss, question, experience, grow and lead are among the choices open to all.
Tuesdays from 11:00 a.m. - Noon
This group of women gathers for prayer, support and Bible study. For more information, contact Associate Pastor Ruth Moore.
Wednesdays at 8:15 a.m., Calvin Hall
The Men's Prayer Breakfast is one of Northminster’s oldest groups, but younger guys come, too! They eat breakfast together, do Bible study and pray for each other and the congregation. For more information contact Bob Bowers.
Mondays and Thursdays at 2:30 p.m., Board Room
The Focus of the 3B program is to build flexibility, strength and balance. This program is free to everyone! For more information, contact Denise Harrington (317-509-7085).
Sundays at 10:00 a.m.
This is a series of offerings scheduled throughout the year that includes dialogue and book discussions. All members and friends are invited to participate. The leaders are the Pastors, members and guests. There are also periodic Wednesday evening discussions and studies that are scheduled.
Whatever you want to call it, fellowship, learning together or socializing, these groups are made up of singles and couples of certain age groups who like to get together, go on field trips and hang out. The people in these groups have formed bonds through activities in the church or through the social groups. Wherever the seeds of friendship are planted, they grow and strengthen the relationships within the congregation.
For singles and couples in their mid 60's & 70's, North Stars meet each month for social events at members' homes and goes to plays and concerts together. For more information, contact the church office.
This group of people, ages 46-65, meets in people's homes quarterly for a pitch-in meal, conversation and fellowship. For more information, contact Associate Pastor Ruth Moore.
Moms of children from infants through middle school meet most months at member’s homes and to go out to eat. If you need a place to vent, get advice or learn from other moms, then this is your group! Some moms work full time, some stay at home and some are in between. All are welcome! You will find loving supportive moms and we always have chocolate! Questions? Call 317-251-9489 for details.
This group of parents meets Wednesday nights at church in the Knox Room from 6:15-7:30 pm to pray, laugh, share and support each other while children are involved in evening activities. Different parenting topics are shared each week. Call 317-251-9489 for details.
Stephen Ministry is grounded in Jesus’ commandment to “love each other as I have loved you” (John 15:12). By means of this lay ministry, those in our congregation and community who are hurting receive the love and support they need through a one-to-one, confidential, caring relationship with a trained Stephen Minister.
If you, a family member, or a friend need someone who cares; someone who supports; someone who listens; and someone who shares, or if you would like more information about Northminster’s Stephen Ministry program, please contact Ruth Moore or Teri Thomas in our church office (317-251-9489) or our referrals coordinator, Carol Campbell (317-432-7889).
Our Seniors Coordinator is Denise Harrington. She works with Northminster, Faith and Irvington Presbyterian churches who have partnered together in a joint ministry for seniors. Denise is a licensed social worker. She is responsible for developing a comprehensive ministry to and with seniors, including worship, social interaction, physical and mental wellness, legacy celebration, Health Support groups and Caregiver Support groups. For more information, contact Senior Ministry Consultant Denise Harrington or 317-509-7085.
How faith communities are staying connected - blog post from CICOA
CICOA Faith-based Resources for Older Adults
Senior Ministries News
WFYI reporter, Jill Sheridan, recently interviewed NPC member, Bill Dynes, about a new tool that is being used to increase emotion recognition after a stroke.
Read / watch the interview