Youth Outing at Bowlero

What? 1.5 hours of bowling, $7 arcade card, pizza, and unlimited soft drinks.

Who? 6-12th grade, friends are welcome

When? Saturday, May 15 Noon-2PM

Where? 1222 164th St. SW Lynnwood, WA 98087

How? Cost is $10. To sign up, contact Sean at 

Revelation Study

Has the last book of the Bible ever left you confused and wondering what to make of visions of beasts and horsemen? If so, then you are not alone. That's why the youth ministry at North Creek is putting together teen study groups using The Non-Prophet's Guide to the Book of Revelation. Never before has studying the book of Revelation been so easy, and dare I say, so fun too! Our study begins April 12 with study groups consisting of 4-5 students (6th-12th grade). Each group will set their own reading plan, choosing when, where and how often to meet (following current Covid guidelines). Don't let this exciting conclusion to God's Word go unexplored in your life. Contact to learn how to get a copy of the book and join a study group today.


Important Announcements



Youth Group - Wednesdays at 7 pm - 8:30 pm in the youth room.

These times are devoted to having fun, fellowship, and growing deeper in faith. We are currently going through a study called Feed the Dog, a series on spiritual disciplines. On March 17 we are starting up a new series called The God Who Creates. Contact Sean at to receive a copy of the study book.  

For everyone's safety participants must wear a mask, practice social distancing and have their temperature checked at the door.  Thank you. 

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If you'd you like more detailed information about how we will move forward please read below:

Hello Friends and Families of North Creek Youth Ministry!


During these unprecedented times, we have been challenged to prayerfully think about alternative ways of serving our students, our friends, and our families. After a discussion with our youth advisers, we are excited to share with you our vision during this pandemic and beyond.


We desire to live out three values through our programming.

  • Connection – We understand the importance of students belonging to a community and we hope to create and develop opportunities for meaningful connection with God and others.
  • Care – We understand that especially during a pandemic that it can foster fear, loneliness, and grief (for the loss of loved ones). We desire to be a ministry that is quick to find appropriate ways to serve both our immediate community at NCPC and beyond in our local community.
  • Creativity – We understand that God has given our students unique interests and giftings. We desire to empower and encourage our students to use those giftings to draw them closer to Jesus and to one another.