We hope that everyone who comes to Missio feels loved and welcomed! If you are thinking about checking out Missio, know that you will find a group that genuinely loves people and strives to live life together in a way that brings God glory. Missio is made up of people with different tastes and passions, but with a mutual desire for authentic community. Whether you know Christ, or you are seeking to learn more about Him, you are welcomed to join us and discover how the Christian faith is lived out in community.

When and Where we Meet

Time  Sundays at 10am 

Location Northgate Community Center, 10510 5th Ave NE in Seattle

Children Kids are invited to stay for music and then head to the children's room during the sermon.

Parking  The Community Center and Library share a parking lot which is free for everyone to park in. When that fills up there is always ample parking at the mall across the street.

When you arrive Grab some coffee, take a “Welcome” packet and feel free to find a seat. There will be someone ready to greet you and answer any questions you have.


What Can I Expect at a Worship Gathering?

We like to keep things simple at our gatherings. Here are a few things you can expect to see at a typical Missio Worship Gathering.

  1. Coffee Every week we have coffee to provide that little "pick me up"

  2. Community We want to hear your story and share ours. This is the foundation of real community.

  3. Music We always have great music, whether it be a guitar or standing bass, or just simply a Ukulele, music is always a part of our gatherings. We will always have lyrics accessible to everyone. But feel free to come and just enjoy the music.

  4. Teaching We will always have a time of reading and teaching from the Bible

  5. Prayer There are usually a few times of prayer together

  6. Communion A time of taking communion (bread and juice) usually wraps up our worship gathering.

Feel free to participate in as much or as little of worship as you feel comfortable participating in.  If you just want to come and observe, that's ok today.  We want you to move at the pace you feel comfortable.