- I’m New Here
- When do you meet?
- What should I expect when I attend?
- What about children?
- How do I get connected?
- How do I get more information?
I’m New Here
Exodus Church Northlake is a church in the Northlake/Huntersville area. Our atmosphere is welcoming and casual while our messages are challenging and engaging. Our goal is for Exodus to be a place where you can connect with people, hear unchanging Truth in a way that is clear and compelling and know that you are welcome from the moment you arrive.
When do you meet?
We have one service at 10am on Sunday mornings. For directions, click here.
What should I expect when I attend?
At Exodus, we want to bring honor and fame to Jesus as we sing, as we learn from His Word, as we repent of sin and experience the forgiveness He purchased. We want Jesus to be the name that you remember when you leave.
Music – Part of our gathering includes singing songs to and about Jesus. We ask you to focus on the words. Contemplate the truths we are singing. As you learn them, please join in singing.
Message – Our gathering includes a time of preaching from the Bible. We believe the Bible to be God’s Word – our guide for faith and life. There are Bibles available at the welcome table. As you listen, consider how you might need to be shaped by the truth you are hearing.
The Table – Jesus told his followers to observe what is called the Lord’s Table or Communion. If you are a follower of Jesus, we invite you to remember with us the sacrifice of Jesus in our place for our sins.
Tithes and Offerings – If you are our guest, we are grateful that you are here and do not expect you to participate in giving. Our members and regular attenders give in the offering boxes in the back of the worship area. For more information on giving, click here.
What about children?
We believe that children are a blessing from the Lord and want to provide an environment where they will connect with Jesus best. For more information about Exodus Kids, click here.
How do I get connected?
At Exodus, we want to be a people—this means that we want to walk in community. Part of how we do this is through our Community Groups. If you are interested in getting connected, click here.