God is moving in powerful ways in our midst. Thank you for being a part of all that He is doing in and through NorthStar Church.


ways to give

Online Giving

Online giving through Subsplash Giving is a safe and easy way to invest in all God is doing through NorthStar Church. Click the link below to create an account or sign into your existing one, and you can start managing your giving online.

NorthStar App

Subsplash Giving is integrated into our church app, so you can give on the go, as well as stay connected no matter where you are.

Giving Stock

Donate stock through our chosen broker, Edward Jones. Reach out to us for account specifics.

On Campus

Bring your gift on Sunday mornings and drop it in one of our black Live Sent boxes found around campus.

Gifts By Mail

You can mail your gift at any time to:

NorthStar Church
PO Box 1358
Kennesaw, GA 30156

what is bebold?

Blessing others to make as big a difference as possible.
In 2012, NorthStar realized that $547,000 a year was going to nothing more building debt retirement. Out of that was birthed the Bold campaign, which raised capital to go toward eradicating the building debt currently owe – totaling $850,000 and take the money spent on debt retirement and go directly to meeting needs, blessing our community and blessing our world in greater ways!

As of August 2018 the debt was completely paid off, freeing up $45,000 per month. The BeBold Global Impact Program was created by NorthStar and local community leaders to help figure out who exactly we’re going to bless. BeBold is about changing lives for the Gospel. Through our BeBold campaign, NorthStar is trying our best to honor the sacrifices made to get us here and make a difference in as many different ways as possible.
bebold Stories Video Series

bebold Stories

NorthStar Haiti

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Greater Church & Starpoint Church

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Christmas Party

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Tiny Homes

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Power of Peace

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Surprise Luncheon

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A Christmas Surprise

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