Our North Congregation was founded in 2015 on the desire to be an authentic people with a heart for sharing the gospel throughout our city and the nations. While a lot has changed in the years that followed, that passion remains true today. Our hope is to be a place where people can belong, connect, and be led for the flourishing of God’s glory.
Whether you’re a single professional, a new or seasoned family, or an empty nester, there’s a place for you here! We host worship services, equipping opportunities, community gatherings, and more to create welcoming spaces where people from all walks of life can come together to worship Jesus.
We’d recommend attending one of our Discovery events which take place throughout the year. At these quick gatherings, you’ll have an opportunity to meet our pastors and elders, hear more about The Austin Stone, and ask any lingering questions you may have!
If you’re looking for community, we’d love to get you plugged into a Group! Each semester, we offer a class that outlines what it means to be invested in a Group at The Austin Stone. You can stop by our Connections area on Sunday mornings to get more information.
Throughout the year, we host a Connect Class which is designed to connect you with others at the church and form new groups. If there isn’t an upcoming Connect Class, you can reach out to Ian O'Donnell—he’ll help you begin the connection process.
Yes! Our Kids Ministry has programming available for newborns through 5th grade. Upon arrival, follow the signs to the Kids check-in area. If you need any help, find a volunteer wearing a Kids Ministry shirt—they’ll point you in the right direction. Because of our commitment to safety, you’ll check your child(ren) in using our check-in system. If it’s your first time visiting, please plan on arriving 30-45 minutes before the service to check your little ones in!
We also have a Students Ministry that hosts a service for middle schoolers focused on building community, having fun, and establishing a firm foundation of faith!
We don’t currently have live interpretation, but our South Congregation does offer live American Sign Language interpretation during their 9am service each Sunday! We also post each sermon online with closed captioning.