We would love for you to join Sanctuary North for our 10am live,
interactive service with worship, prayer, a sermon, and time
to get to see new and old faces

You are welcome to join anonymously with your video off

For the best experience: download zoom before service here, use one screen per household, and if possible join from a computer

If you can’t join us live, scroll down for a pre-recorded sermon and church at home guide.



If it can be hard to really settle in and focus on God during church in person, how much more challenging will it be in this season. We invite you to really set apart this time of Church At Home. Turn your phone or the notifications off. Grab a cup of coffee or tea. And sit for a couple minutes of silence before you begin.


If you’d like to sing along with the songs our worship team selected for our zoom service, you can click here

Listen to the first two songs before the sermon and the last song after.


Father of the heavens.

Thin the veil between yourself and me,

The veil that I myself create,

That thief of peace and other-love*

from Prayer Vol. 01 by Strahan Coleman


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Even though we aren’t meeting in person, our church continues to work hard to ensure there is no needy person among us. You can give online at Choose your “Sanctuary North” in the drop-down menu.

We also encourage you to join us in giving above and beyond your regular giving to our Love Providence Fund, which will support the particular needs of our community in this moment.

Learn more about our new initiative here.

Explore God

A resource for you to explore Christian Spirituality

Home churches this week!

Join us and feel free to meet with one of our leaders 15 minutes ahead of time: 



Take a moment to listen to the final song on the North playlist

Reflect, write down, and pray about the questions above or anything God may be speaking to you about.


“The LORD bless you and keep you; the LORD make his face shine on you and be gracious to you; the LORD turn his face toward you and give you peace.”