We are excited to resume in-person services at NorthStar Church! Below is an explanation of what our campus will look like, what policies/procedures will be in place to ensure the safety of you and your family and how seats can be reserved for one of our two services.
We will begin live services at 9:30 & 11am on Sundays in the Compass Auditorium only, adhering to social distancing guidelines.
We will not offer any Birth – 12th grade programming during our services at this time.
Frequently Asked Questions
Make sure to check this page weekly, as our guidelines and policies will be changing in coordination with CDC updates and updated policies from the Governor’s office.
No. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms of COVID-19 (which are fever, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, loss of taste/smell or sore throat) please DO NOT come to campus. Stay home, feel better and join us online!
Yes. At this time, because of social distancing guidelines and spatial restrictions of our auditorium, anyone wishing to attend a service needs to register for tickets.
All parking will be in the Compass and True North parking lots. The Creekside parking lot will be closed at this time.
We recommend wearing a mask, based on CDC guidelines, but we are not requiring guests to wear a mask to attend. Additionally, NorthStar is providing branded masks and these will be available at Guest Service tents near the parking lots.
At this time, Esther’s Cafe and the Compass lobby will be closed to guests in an effort to limit the amount of people in enclosed spaces, based on social distancing guidelines. Additionally, guest service volunteers will be meeting you in the parking lot to escort you into the building.
Per CDC guidelines, please only register for, and sit with, people who are living in your household. Maximum number of seats together is six (6).