Youth Christmas Gathering

What: We’re having an outdoor youth group gathering, which will include a virtual photo shoot with Santa Bob and a White Elephant gift exchange.  Your White Elephant gifts can be silly or meaningful, homemade, regifted or newly purchased, but should not exceed $10. We will also be doing a unique socially distanced photo shoot with Santa Bob, so you are encouraged to dress festive.  If you have an ugly Christmas sweater, this is the time to let it shine:)

When: Wednesday, December 16, 7:00-8:30pm

Why: To celebrate the joy of Christmas

Where: Outdoors in the back of the church gathered around cozy fire pits and surrounded by the beautiful nature of the PNW.

How: Safely and warmly.  Masks and 6ft distancing will still be required.  In addition, you will need to dress very, very warmly, and you are encouraged to bring your own lawn chair for fun (if you don't have one, we'll have folding chairs for you). 

Help needed: I am looking to borrow 4-5 canopy tents (10'x10') as a precaution for rain, and 3-4 gas fire pits and/or patio heaters for ambiance and to help with the cold.  If you have one available to lend, please email Sean at

Important Announcements/Information/Dates

YOUTH GROUP IS BACK! (with full safety protocols)

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

These times are devoted to having fun, fellowship, and grow deeper in faith. Each night is different and includes a presentation by a staff member, a once a month outing, a service project in the community, and a night of worship and prayer.

Even in this time of social distancing, you can participate!

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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.