Location Details

1720 E 22nd St
Anderson, IN 46016-5700

Sundays at 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.

Todd Faulkner
Todd Faulkner
Campus Pastor

At our Anderson Campus, we've intentionally created an atmosphere where you'll feel a connection with others and God!

We've got a casual, comfortable style, serve lots of coffee and have an incredible team of volunteers ready to welcome you. We're conveniently located off Mounds Road, in front of the Mounds 10 Theater. Our weekend services feature modern, contemporary worship, teaching and opportunities to learn more about God. Throughout the week there are opportunities for you to get involved in groups, events and activities. We hope to see you soon!


Creating lasting relationships with God through His Word.



In Northview Kids, our goal is to make sure every child is known. We want to connect children and families in lasting relationships with God through His Word and age-appropriate services. We offer programs for children ages birth through fourth grade at all campuses for every Weekend Service.

Where do I go on my first time to Northview?

When you arrive on campus for your first visit, please stop by our first-time guest information station. We have cheerful greeters ready to meet your family and quickly get all the necessary information to get your child registered for Northview Kids.

What’s the check-in process like?

When you arrive at Northview, you can sign in at any check-in computer located in the Lobby or in the Northview Kids wing. Simply search by your last name and then click on your family. Select the name of your child, then the Northview Kids logo, to be sure your child gets assigned to his or her correct classroom. You and your child will receive nametags and an ID number tag. Your child will not be released from his or her classroom until we receive the matching ID number tag back from you at pickup.

Is the environment safe?

All Northview Kids entrances are locked during service and only Staff or Team Members are allowed in the space during service. Our volunteers must complete a volunteer application, pass a background check and submit references. For your child's safety, our volunteers never serve alone. Our rooms have open layouts so children are always in view, no matter where they are.

What if Northview Kids needs to contact me during the service?

During check-in, we will get your cell phone number. Trust us, we can catch your attention.

Is the curriculum the same for all services?

Yes. It is our desire to provide a creative, safe and exciting experience for every child. Having consistent programming at each service helps us reach that goal and gives our volunteers a common focus, vision and passion.

GraceWorks Special Needs Ministry ministers to families at Northview who have children with special needs or who are medically fragile. Our mission is to teach kids with special needs about Jesus, to create an environment where all children are accepted and loved, and to develop relationships with children with special needs and their families.

We offer an inclusion ministry at all of our campuses. Children can be paired with a buddy or “GraceGiver” and given extra support in their typical classrooms during weekend services.

If your child would benefit from being served by this ministry, we'd love to hear from you.

We realize that every week matters in the life of our kids. That’s why we have developed a family plan to help you make the most of each moment; we call this the Family Framework. The Family Framework is filled with activities and events for families with children ages birth through 18. Learn more about Family Framework.

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7-12th grade students meet Sunday nights from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

5-6th grade students meet Sunday mornings during the 9:00 a.m. weekend service

5-6th grade: There is fun, worship, teaching and a chance to meet new people. Students are placed in a Life Group based on their grade and gender. Plus, we have breakfast! Hope to see you there!

7-12th grade: Each student will experience a fun environment, engage in worship, listen to a message specifically geared towards students, and join a group of other students to learn more about God. We don’t believe church should be boring, and we try to prove that each week. You won’t want to miss Sunday nights!

Where does my student go for their first time?

Come into the main entrance of the campus and look for the Northview Students room. Your student will be welcomed well by adults and students who will make sure they’re assimilated to the environment with ease.

Is the curriculum the same for all services?

The curriculum is written by our staff of student pastors to fit the needs of our specific students who attend Northview Students. The same message is shared live at all services at all campuses.

What resources do you have for parenting?

Your campus student pastor is happy to meet with you to talk about your specific parenting needs. There is also a Family Resource Wall at every campus to support you in your parenting journey.  The Family Framework is another way we support parents and families here at Northview.

What does a typical night look like?

We start off with free time used for group games and hanging with other students and volunteer adult leaders. Then we move into a large-group session with student-led worship and a lesson relevant to teenage life.

What does the cost for Life Groups go toward?

The cost goes toward small-group materials and food and supplies for the kickoff and year-end parties.  A T-Shirt is also included!

Do volunteers have a background check?

Yes, we run a background check on all volunteers who work with students and kids.

Who is teaching my student?

Meet our campus staff at the bottom of this page.

May I stay with my student during programming?

We’d love for you to volunteer as an adult leader! Click here to serve on the Northview Students Team.

Each week during the school year, small groups of 5th through 12th-grade students gather in host homes or at the campus. These groups become environments where students can openly discuss the issues they are facing with other teens in their own grade and same gender. Our goal for these small groups is to create a place where relationships can be established and deepened, but also where God’s truth can be proclaimed.

As we shift to a full life group model, we know there will be a lot of added expenses to do this ministry with excellence, including: curriculum costs, journals, training materials, student devotionals, giveaways, and giving each student a life group t-shirt. Would you please consider a $30 donation to help us offset the cost of these expenses? If you are willing and able please check the box during the registration process to make that donation.

Life Groups signups for this school year are now open.

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The Network Special Needs Ministry serves 5th- through 12th-grade students with special needs who attend Northview Students services. Our mission is to teach students with special needs about Jesus and to create an environment where all students are accepted and loved.

We offer an inclusion ministry at all of our campuses. Students can be paired with, or supervised by, a Network Team Member during student ministry events and services.

If your child would benefit from being served by this ministry, we'd love to hear from you.

We realize that every week matters in the life of our kids. That’s why we have developed a family plan to help you make the most of each moment; we call this the Family Framework. The Family Framework is filled with activities and events for families with children ages birth through 18. Learn more about Family Framework.



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Life Groups

Life is better together. We grow relationally and spiritually when we open ourselves up and invest in the lives of others.

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We grow further and faster when we have a strong foundation. Whether if you have been a Christian for most of your life or are brand new to faith, Foundations will help you develop a solid foundation for growth.

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Other Groups at Anderson

Growth Seekers

Spiritual growth is encouraged in a safe and accountable environment. Skills to grow spiritually and emotionally as well as to improve relationships, are developed through small groups. Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend's "How People Grow" and "Changes that Heal" provide the basis for this 18-week course. Men's and women's groups are available. Pre-registration is required.

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SOAP Bible Study

SOAP is a Bible study method that stands for Scripture, Observation, Application and Prayer. Participants engage in the Word and in community with others. There is no homework and no registration required. This is an Open Group, which means participants can join any week. 

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Women's Bible Study

A place of belonging where relationships are developed through weekly Bible studies and prayer.

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Other Northview Groups

Northview Kids

If you like working with kids, there are opportunities in our children’s ministry to hold babies, lead small-group discussions, or greet families as they check in. Be part of a team that helps raise up the next generation!

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Guest Services

We want every person’s Northview experience to be fantastic. The Guest Services Team helps make that happen.

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Weekend Services

From camera operators and lighting crew to guitarists and vocalists, there’s a whole crew of people who make weekend great.

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Northview is one church at many locations. We would love to connect you with a Team that is right for you

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Tenth Street Elementary School

Located just five minutes from the Anderson Campus, Tenth Street Elementary School provides the opportunity to serve the teachers and students in our local community. Throughout the year Northview partners with Tenth Street Elementary by providing backpacks and supporting the families during December through Christmas Compassion.  During the school year, you can serve the staff with coffee and snacks or help fill a weekend food bag for a student at Tenth Street Elementary by joining the Northview team!

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The Christian Center

Home to 40 men and the only soup kitchen in Madison County, The Christian Center strives to feed members of our community physically, emotionally and spiritually. In addition to our Yellow Bag donations going to The Christian Center, a team of Northview volunteers serve lunch during the fourth Sunday of each month. 

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The Crossing

An alternative school within our community, The Crossing, engages students who are returning to the classroom in a "work to learn and learn to work program."  In partnership with The Crossing, Northview assists in managing a food pantry within the school to help meet the ongoing food insecurity issues within our community.

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