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Sunday Worship

We hold two Sunday worship services in our sanctuary: a contemplative service without music at 8am, and a traditional service with music at 10am. After the 10am service, coffee hour is held in the Parish Hall.


Sunday School and Nursery Care

Teaching and nurturing children is part of who we are at Old North. We offer Sunday school and nursery care every Sunday during the 10am service.


Our nursery is open for children three months to 4ish year, starting at 9:50, but you may bring your little ones there at any point in the service. Sunday school (for kids aged four through 12) begins partway through the church service, following the "time with children" during worship. This fall, all our worship and Sunday school programming will be following a common theme; our sermons, prayers, music, children’s sermons, and Sunday school lessons will be focused on “Following Jesus.”  What does it mean to follow Jesus? What does it look like—for a kindergartener, for a college student, for a retiree? Throughout September and October, we will explore these questions, guided by a curriculum called "Follow Me"; we will use the same curriculum for other practices of faith throughout the church year. For more information on children's programming, contact Rev. Lindsay at

New Youth Group Program – Next Event October 22 

Old North Church has joined together with Clifton Lutheran Church, St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, and St. Michael's Episcopal Church to build an active Christian youth program that will begin this fall with a series of events open to middle and high school youth in the community. Each of the churches will offer a special youth event in the next few months. The next event will be a Halloween / All Saints party on October 22 at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Rev. Lindsay Popperson at, Betsey Halbert at, or Roy and Heather Martin at and

Come Sing With Us! 

All interested singers are welcome to join in the 43rd annual Festival Chorus Christmas Concerts, which will take place on Saturday, December 2nd and Sunday December 3rd. Rehearsals take place in the Old North sanctuary from 7:30pm-9:00pm every Wednesday and will extend to 9:30pm as we get closer to the concert dates. This year’s program will feature Magnificat in D, and Christus, Part 1, both by Felix Mendelssohn, Fantasia on Christmas Carols by Ralph Vaughan Williams, World of Joy by Gary Fry, O Little Town of Bethlehem, by Dan Forrest, and other seasonal favorites. 

High school students grades 9-12 are encouraged to join with our adult singers of all ages. Each section is lead and encouraged by the wonderful professional soloist/section leaders from the regular Old North Church music program.

Please contact Maria vanKalken, for more information. 

For more information about the Festival Chorus, or to download a Registration Form, please visit the Festival Chorus website at

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