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Northridge Community Church is a part of the ministry of the Central York Salvation Army. As a church, Northridge's motto is "A place to begin, belong, and become." As The Salvation Army in Central York, our members and volunteers are "Giving Hope Today". We hope this site will help you begin a journey to connect to our community in significant ways.

If you have any questions about our church that you can't find answered on our web site, please feel free to contact us at 905-895-6276. 

Join Us for Church this Sunday!

Merry Christmas!

All are welcome to join us for our Family Worship Service each Sunday morning at 10:30am.  We are located just behind Newmarket High School, at 415 Pickering Cresent.  We would love to see you there!

Current Sermon Series

From May 22nd to June 12th, Pastor Terry Wiseman will be presenting a series entitled "Hope has a Name."

Through these weeks he will be speaking on the following:

- Hope for the World (Eph. 1:11-14)
- Hope for the Marginalized (1 John 3:1-3, 14-20)
- Hope for Your Life (1 Peter 1:3-13)
- Hope for the Church (Hebrews 10:19-25)

"Yet hope returns when I remember this one thing:  The Lord's unfailing love and mercy will continue, fresh as the morning, as sure as the sunrise. The Lord is all I have, and so in Him I put my hope." (Lamentations 3:21-24 - TEV)

Sermon Archives

Click here to access the audio files for sermons preached previously.

Relocation Photo Gallery

Click here to access the photo gallery of the building project at our new location.

The building will be opening in 2016!

Clickable Calendar

Chruch SignThere is so much happening this season. Follow this link to our "Clickable Calendar" to find it all!

Here you can see a monthly overview of our activities or change it to see what's happening this week. Click on any entry and get more details including maps for some events.



giving hope today helping hands

In serving the communities of Newmarket and Aurora and East Gwillimbury, The Salvation Army helps people through various programs from food bank services, clothing and furniture assistance, counselling for men, women, and youth, to help for seniors, people seeking shelter, summer camps for youth, emergency disaster relief and much more.


Approximately one in ten residents in York Region lives below the poverty line. That’s about the combined population of Aurora, East Gwillimbury and King. What are you doing to help? Contact The Salvation Army of Central York Region to make a difference today.


At Northridge, there is always something going on. We're not just a Sunday church!

Click to see what's upcoming

Special Needs

The following donations are especially needed:

12 pocket dictionaries for our ESL class

T-shirts for kids going to camp: 300 @ $7 = $2,100

Six Youth Registration Fees for underprivileged youths to join Scouts ($200 each)

General office supplies (always needed!)