We know that checking out a new church can be intimidating! Here's a list of some of the most common questions people may have before deciding to join us in person or online.

Is New North meeting in person?

We are meeting regularly every Sunday at 9am and 11:15am at our San Francisco campus located on 777 Brotherhood Way, San Francisco, CA 94132.

If you can’t make it onsite yet, we’ll still be meeting for Church Online at 9am & 11:15am (PT) on Facebook and YouTube. As we meet more frequently, we’ll need many more volunteers to come back and serve with us again.

Where is New North Church meeting on Sundays?

We’re meeting at our temporary San Francisco campus located on:

777 Brotherhood Way
San Francisco, CA 94132 

We rent Lake Merced Church of Christ’s (LMCC) auditorium and classroom spaces all week long. On Sunday’s, you might see LMCC’s congregation as they meet on the campus at 10:45am. We’ve been working alongside their leadership team and have a great relationship with them. Even though we are two different churches, we are working together to make and mature followers of Jesus Christ.

We are continuing to pursue a permanent facility on the upper Peninsula. You can learn more about the future of our church here

How can I give to New North?

New North is financially sustained purely through your giving. We encourage you to give through the following ways:

Send a check directly from your checking account. Use your checking account “Bill Pay” feature and select New North Church as the Payee

Give online here

Mail in a check to our office located at:
355 Gellert Blvd,
STE 140,
Daly City, CA 94015

Interested in helping build the future of New North? Here's how you can learn more and give towards our Now More Than Ever campaign.

When do children and student ministries meet on Sundays?

Our nursery through high school aged students meet every Sunday.

- Kidcare for Nursery aged (0-2 years) children is available at our 9am and our 11:15am service.

- Preschool (2-4 years) through Elementary school students meet in-person in our Generations Building at 9am and 11:15am.

- MSM ministries (middle schoolers) meet in-person in our student ministries room at 9am.

- HSM ministies (high schoolers) meet in-person in our student ministries room at 11:15am.

If you can't make it on Sundays, we offer weekly lessons for preschool and elementary aged students on Facebook and Youtube every Thursday. Middle school and high school students also meet throughout the week for Life Groups. Learn more here.

How can I get connected to New North?

Are you new here? If so, we would love to get to know you better and answer any questions you may have! Fill out a digital connection card here.

Ask many people how they’ve grown closest to the community at New North, and they’ll likely tell you it has been through serving together on a team. Whether you want to volunteer with the worship and creative department, student ministries, hospitality and care team, there’s a place for you! Explore different ministries here

Sign up for text alerts by texting "NNnews" to 94000 or sign up for our weekly email newsletters by subscribing here.

What safety precautions are being taken in light of COVID-19?

We are staying up-to-date on health recommendations and aligning our guidelines with San Francisco and California's mandates.

With the commitment of cultivating an authentic community of believers who love and serve people, we want to be respectful of our community, our neighbors, and the congregation that’s sharing their building with us and want to do what is best for the health and safety of our New North Family.

The Apostle Paul makes it clear in Romans 13 that as believers we should seek to obey the civil authorities God has placed over us as best we can. Because of that, we are following the city’s health guidelines that masks are no longer required but strongly recommended, especially for unvaccinated people and our kids and students. 

We want to love each other well, protect our most vulnerable, and want to be people of peace in the community God has placed us in. People can choose to wear masks around others whether it’s required or not for added protection.

‍Hand sanitizer will be made available throughout the building and face masks are available at the welcome kiosk.  Any communion elements, coffee or snacks are individually wrapped and handled by a small team. Frequent sanitization of common surfaces occurs before and after services and throughout the week. 

‍If you are sick or have been in close contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19, we ask that you join us for Church Online.

You can read more about San Francisco’s face covering guidance here.

I need help/prayer — can someone assist me?

We would love to assist you. If you need someone to help you with errands, meals, or more, complete this form and one of our care team members will be in touch.

If you would like prayer, please text "NNPRAYER" to 94000 and one of our prayer partners will pray with/for you. You can also submit this prayer request form.

Where can I find past sermons?

All of our sermons through this past Sunday are published here. You can also find full Sunday services on our YouTube page here.

What does New North believe about Water Baptism?

You can read more about what we believe here.

What does New North believe about Baby Dedication?

Mark 10 tells of how Jesus was at a house teaching his disciples privately. Upon hearing about Jesus, people began “bringing children to him that he might touch them” but his disciples rebuked them. When Jesus saw that, he told them to “let the children come to me; do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of God.“

Jesus clearly stated that “whoever does not receive the kingdom of God like a child shall not enter it.” Then Jesus took the children in his arms and blessed them, by laying his hands on them.

Here at New North Church, we do not baptize babies or small children, instead we dedicate them to the Lord. We believe that baptism is for those who have personally trusted in Christ as Savior and Lord and really are at a point where they understand what that means. At our Baby Dedication services, we have the opportunity to bring children to the Lord as an expression of our faith, to reaffirm the Christ-centered role of parents, and as a body to show support to parents and families as they commit their children to Him. 

If you would like to dedicate a child in your family, please contact our Kids Director, Sam Cerdena, at samc@newnorth.church.