The best way to get equipped as a college student is through being part of a Discipleship Group (D-Group). Contact Polly Readett to find a group and time that works for you. In addition, we have a college group that meets on Wednesdays at 8 PM.
In addition to providing avenues of discipleship, we invite all college students to consider their role in the mission of God in the world. College campuses are among some of the darkness places spiritually on the planet. It is a place that is in need of seeing a life lived for the glory of God in studies and relationships and in hearing the Gospel in words. For that reason, we believe that the everyday life of college students matter and is meant to showcase the goodness and grace of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We aim to equip students for this work and encourage everyone to see missions as a lifestyle.
Opportunities do exist both within our church family and our extended family to exalt Christ among the nations. Our passion at North Side is to see the fame of Jesus multiply among all peoples. For that purpose, we have strategically partnered with the International Mission Board in West Africa to reach the Hausa people who are considered unreached. We take numerous trips throughout the year to accomplish the vision of reaching the Hausa with the Gospel.
The International Mission Board offers many opportunities exclusive to college students, both for short-term and long-term service. As a part of our partnership with this organization, we want to urge students to check out these ways to serve at thetask.org.
My Forever Family
North Side was God’s blessing and answered prayer. It is my forever family and forever church home. – Tammy Haynes
As a college student, North Side was used by the Lord as a source of family and the most Biblical teaching I have ever been under. Many of my memories from college are centered around countless Wednesday nights in the Agnew’s home at College Discipleship Group. – Cole Strickland
Walked Beside Me
North Side was home for me during my college years. Through connecting with North Side, I gained a family with which I served, loved, struggled, and grew. My church family walked alongside me as I encountered life, allowing me to experience incredible spiritual growth and providing the support I desperately needed. North Side is family, North Side is home. – Noel McDaniel