WHENEVER YOU’RE READY,
THE DOORS ARE OPEN!


There is NOTHING we desire more than to welcome our North Pointe family back home to worship together in person! We are praising God that this time has arrived! For those of you who are ready, we are open for all three services – 8:30AM, 10:00AM, and 11:35AM. Not ready? Thats okay too! Our North Pointe @ Home Online services will still be available every Sunday at 10:30AM.

  • Reopened in person for 8:30, 10, 11:35.

  • Masks are required.

  • Children’s ministry not offered at this time.

  • Limited seating. RSVP.

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PHASE 1  |  6/1/20 – 8/1/20
  • Phase 1 – Effective Monday, June 1.
  • North Pointe Sunday Services: Online Only – Sundays @ 10:30 AM (Facebook, YouTube, myNPC App, and northpointeFL.org/watch).
  • We encourage groups (10 or less) to host watch parties in homes.
  • Small Groups: Online OR in person in homes or at common public areas (following CDC and local government guidelines).
  • Children’s Ministry: Online Only (northpointeFL.org/kidsonline)
  • Student Ministry: Online Only (YouTube, Facebook Live northpointeFL.org/students)
Sunday, August 2
  • In-person Sunday services will open at limited capacity and with required reserved seating. We will provide more info soon on this reservation process.
  • Online services will continue (Facebook, YouTube, myNPC App, and northpointeFL.org/watch).
  • North Pointe Kids programming will not be provided  Children are welcome to attend and sit with their family.
  • Masks are required for attenders. Please respect others and be a good neighbor regarding this. If you are unable or unwilling to wear a mask, you are invited to worship from home online at 10:30AM.
  • Seating in all areas will be according to CDC and local government recommendations. Seating will be limited and require a prior reservation.
  • While we are an affectionate church, we will strongly discourage all physical contact (hugs, handshakes, etc). While you may be comfortable with this contact, we ask that you lovingly respect others in their concerns.
  • High touch surfaces and areas (doors, seating, bathrooms, etc) will be thoroughly sanitized between services and throughout the week.
  • Hand sanitizer stations will be available throughout the building.
  • The Coffee Café will NOT be open and operating during this phase.
  • We will provide ‘no touch’ options for offerings (we continue to recommend online options) and will not provide any handout type materials.
  • Vulnerable individuals (refer to CDC criteria in FAQ section below) are strongly encouraged to use personal wisdom in choosing whether to worship in person, or remain online for safety at this time.
  • Small Groups: Online OR in person in homes or at common public areas (following CDC and local government guidelines).
PHASE 3 | EFFECTIVE DATE TBD
  • Phase 3 – Effective date TBD
  • In-person services continue at limited capacity and with reserved seating.
  • SundayWorship: In person Sunday services AND online services will continue (Facebook, YouTube, myNPC App, and northpointeFL.org/watch).
  • Kids Ministry and childcare activities will open in a limited capacity with health and safety guidelines in place.
  • Seating in all areas will be according to CDC and local government recommendations. Seating will be limited and require a prior reservation.
  • While we are an affectionate church, we will strongly discourage all physical contact (hugs, handshakes, etc). While you may be comfortable with this contact, we ask that you lovingly respect others in their concerns.
  • High touch surfaces and areas (doors, seating, bathrooms, etc) will be thoroughly sanitized between services and throughout the week.
  • Hand sanitizer stations will be available throughout the building.
  • The Coffee Café will open and operate in a counter service type configuration.
  • We will provide ‘no touch’ options for offerings (we continue to recommend online options) and will not provide any handout type materials.
  • While may be required for attenders. Please respect others in their decision regarding this.
  • Vulnerable individuals (refer to CDC criteria in FAQ section below) are strongly encouraged to use personal wisdom in choosing whether to worship in person, or remain online for safety at this time.
  • Small Groups: Online OR in person in homes or at common public areas (following CDC and local government guidelines and staying within 10 or less).
  • Student Ministry: Journey will resume and meet within CDC and local government guidelines.
  1. When will each phase begin? Phase 2 will begin on Sunday, August 2. We will prayerfully progress through our remaining phases and will continue to keep you updated.
  2. How will children’s ministry function during these phases? North Pointe Kids will not resume in person until we reach phase three – and then will resume in a limited capacity within our health and safety guidelines.  Until we reach phase 3, our weekly auditorium services will be considered ‘family worship’. Continue to pray for our leadership teams as we seek God’s wisdom and direction in these areas.
  3. Will I be required to wear a mask as an attender? Masks will be required for attenders. Please be respectful of this decision.
  4. How will seated be arranged in the auditorium? Seating in all ministry areas will be according to our health and safety guidelines , including CDC and local government capacity and distancing recommendations. Due to this, seating will be limited and require a prior reservation.
  5. Will there be additional cleaning prior to and between services? We have always strived to provide a clean facility, but we are taking extra precautions during this time. All high traffic areas and surfaces (doors, seating, bathrooms, etc) will be cleaned and sanitized between services and during the week. Also, we will provide numerous hand sanitizer stations throughout our facility.
  6. Should I attend if I am (or live with someone ) in the high risk category (refer to CDC criteria in FAQ question 7 below)? Vulnerable individuals (or those who live with or care for vulnerable individuals) are very strongly encouraged to use personal wisdom in choosing whether to worship in person, or remain online for safety at this time.
  7. What are the CDC criteria for ‘high risk’ individuals (this information can also be found at cdc.gov)? Based on currently available information and clinical expertise, older adults and people of any age who have serious underlying medical conditions might be at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19. Based on what we currently know, those at high-risk for severe illness from COVID-19 are:
    • People 65 years and older
    • People who live in a nursing home or long-term care facility
    • People of all ages with underlying medical conditions, particularly if not well controlled, including:
    • People with chronic lung disease or moderate to severe asthma
    • People who have serious heart conditions
    • People who are immunocompromised – Many conditions can cause a person to be immunocompromised, including cancer treatment, smoking, bone marrow or organ transplantation, immune deficiencies, poorly controlled HIV or AIDS, and prolonged use of corticosteroids and other immune weakening medications.
    • People with severe obesity (body mass index [BMI] of 40 or higher)
    • People with diabetes
    • People with chronic kidney disease undergoing dialysis
    • People with liver disease