Weekly News


Wherever you are in your journey, you are welcome with us. 
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Sunday Nights – Join us for Sunday Nights this summer at Rockford. June 13 at 6pm in the auditorium, Gary Heim will be teaching on The Art of Asking Good Questions. View the weekly schedule here. 

Blood Drive – Will you join us? We hope to have 200 total signups within our 3 locations. Anyone 16 and up is eligible to donate. Check here to set your appointment.

  • June 23 – 2-7pm at Northview
  • June 28 – 1-7pm at Rockford

Funeral Food – Would you like to bless a family going through a difficult time? Sign up to bring salads and desserts to funerals that we host at all 3 locations. Email, [email protected].

Women at Magnify – Summer Bible Study, June 22-July 27. Join us Tuesdays at Northview for Rhythms of Renewal or an inductive study on I Thessalonians. Free childcare for the 9:30am morning session. Register here

UP Adventure – July 24-31, students entering Grade 7/8, swimming, canoeing, biking and campfires in the beautiful Upper Peninsula of Michigan. With friends beside them and awesome volunteers to lead them, students will be in the perfect environment for life change. They will be stretched to face their fear, safe to explore and grow in faith and free to have fun! Sign up here.

Giving Update as of June 7, 2021

June 2021

Typical June

To Date

Budgeted Income $463,333 $321,318 $106,923
Actual Income $98,947 $98,947 $98,947
Surplus (shortfall) -364,386 -222,371 -7,976



The 1829 Alaska Mission Team is once again doing work projects for fundraising for their mission trip this July. Do you have mulching, spring clean-up or some projects you have been wanting to get done around the house/yard? We likely can help with that. For more information email Anna, [email protected].

Use Your Gifts. Change the World. Join the hundreds of people who volunteer every week serving to make this place a reality,  


Robert and Patty Nosker Venezuela
The other day our computer got hacked and it was really frustrating as Patty and I do not deal well with computer/internet troubles. As we pondered what to do we realized that our daughter Kelly would have fixed this for us. The tears came anew and grief unwanted and unwelcome washed over both of us as it does over dozens of little things when we least expect it. We want you to know that, in spite of events like this, we are choosing joy and gratitude because we still believe that God is good even when He allows His will to trump our earthly happiness for a season. Speaking of gratitude, we are so grateful for Magnify Church and that from the beginning of Kelly’s sickness until her death, Magnify has encouraged and helped us in dozens of ways. So much so that to this date, almost 3 and a half months after Kelly’s home going, there is not a thing that Magnify could have done that has not been done to help walk with us through this great sadness. You are Magnify church and Magnify church is you. Magnify serves the Lord and its people through each one of you and we are eternally grateful for all you have done for us. 

Updated June 9, 2021