Northside Missions

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2022 Missions Opportunities

National & International Missions

UTAH SPRING EVANGELISM TRIP / May 14-21-2022

There is an incredible opportunity both to sharpen your ability to share the gospel and to shine the light of Christ in a notoriously dark place without leaving US soil. Northside is joining forces with Anchor Baptist Church and the UNCW chapter of Ratio Christi to engage Latter-Day Saints and college students with the gospel of Christ in Salt Lake City, Utah. While in Utah, we will move around to 4-5 locations to give encouragement, pray with folks, and share the gospel with many who have been ensnared in the cult of Mormonism.


Trip Dates: May 14-21, 2022


Team Participants: While the trip is predominantly designed for college-age adults, it is open to all adults. Northside's team consists of a maximum of 12 persons.


Team Leaders


Trip Location: The mission work will be concentrated in and around the Salt Lake City area, including:

  • Temple Square
  • Brigham Young University campus
  • Provo, Utah
  • University of Utah campus
  • Utah Valley University campus


Purpose: This is an evangelistic/discipleship mission trip that focuses on:

  • Engaging Latter-Day Saints with the gospel of Christ
  • Sharpening trip participants with a deeper understanding of the faith and more well-rounded skill set for sharing the faith.


Housing: We will be staying in an Airbnb that is large enough to accommodate up to 30 people.


Cost: $1100 (includes everything except spending money. Price may change due to airfare rates). A non-refundable $500 deposit is due by February 1st to secure airfare. 

Register Here for MISSION:UTAH

Local & State Missions

Northside has ongoing mission projects right here in Wilmington and North Carolina! If you would like to volunteer to help in some of these projects, simply complete the form below. You will be added to our pool of volunteers to be called upon when the need arises!

Murrayville ESL Tutoring

About Northside Missions

Northside Missions is a platform for disciples to reach their neighbors and the nations for Christ and His Kingdom. We strive to bring the gospel to those without Christ, hope to those in need beyond their ability, and support to those in the work with us.

THE PILLARS OF NORTHSIDE MISSIONS

 EVANGELISM. Northside Missions seeks to provide all people an opportunity to respond to the gospel in their own cultural context, seeking and using the most effective method, such as sports, street evangelism, healthcare, relief/recover, and others.


EMPOWERMENT. Northside Missions seeks to empower disciples, churches, and missional organizations to fulfill the Great Commission in their own regions, by providing various necessary means of support, including funding, training, short-term engagements, etc.


AID & RELIEF. In proportion to our resources and skills, Northside Missions seeks to help put people in a position to hear and receive the message of Christ and to move forward toward the abundant life Christ wants for them. Such aid may include building or repairing homes, churches, and communities; providing food or healthcare; offering skills training; and walking alongside those through the process of transition


PARTNERSHIPS. Northside Missions strategically partners with missionaries, mission organizations, and indigenous churches so to expand God’s kingdom to other areas of the nation and the world.

OUR GUIDING POLICIES OF DOING MISSIONS

  • Every disciple has some role in reaching the lost and hurting for Christ; therefore, we encourage everyone to get involved in the missional efforts in some capacity, including prayer, giving, and going.


  • Missions does not happen if Christ is not shared; therefore, every missional endeavor has the common goal of sharing the gospel to the lost.


  • The farther a light shines in the distance the brighter it shines at home; therefore, we always maintain a balance of local and distant mission endeavors, with local missions getting the greater focus.


  • Mission-mindedness refuses to offer what costs them nothing; therefore, our missionaries must have “skin in the game” (money, prayer, time, labor) before benefiting from the offerings of others.


  • Greater impact can be had when a consistent presence is felt; therefore, we seek proven ministry partnerships when they can be found.


  • We want to put others in the position to eventually minister without dependence on us; therefore, ministry partnerships should come with a clear, communicated sunset.


  • Money follows ministry; therefore, ministries invested in must first demonstrate vision, structure, integrity, and a measure of fruitfulness.