About Us


Northpoint Community Church is a member of The Missionary Church.   Founded in 1992 from the vision of Grabill (Indiana) Missionary Church to expand ministry into north Fort Wayne. Northpoint Community Church, dependent on God in prayer, is committed to leading in authentic, Christ-centered worship; living in Christian community; providing Biblical teaching for Christian living and ministry; and developing disciples of Jesus who are reaching people with the message of Christ.

Northpoint Community Church Services


9:30am Church Service

Mark Beers, Senior Pastor

Mark has pastored for 33 years between the United Brethren and Missionary Churches. He came to faith in Jesus Christ while in the 6th grade through the Vacation Bible School ministry of his home church, Emmanuel Community Church.  He has been pastor at Northpoint starting in 2017.  Mark has been married to Mary since 1985. Together they have two children: a son who lives and works in the greater Fort Wayne area and a daughter who lives and teaches in the country of Laos.  Mark grew up in Fort Wayne and graduated from Huntington University undergraduate and Graduate School of Christian Ministries.  Mark enjoys hunting, fishing, smoking meats, gardening and above all teaching and preaching the Word of God.

Contact Pastor Beers:     church: 260.484.4277   cell: 260.388-4398     email: hoosierbeers@gmail.com

Nedra Curry:

Office Administrator

Email: northpointcc@frontier.com

Jesse and Mariah Brandenberger:

Interim Associates of Youth

Leadership Team:

Andy Owens:  Worship Arts

Jay Brandenberger:  Compassion & Marriage/Family Ministry

Nancy Brandenberger:  Outreach & Marriage/Family Ministry

Janelle Wagner:  Children’s Ministry

Michael Wagner:  Property/Maintenance & Prayer Ministry

Janell McIntosh:  Secretary
Matt Reynolds: Treasurer



Mission: “ We are the hands, voice, & feet of Jesus.”


Our Core Values

 Commitment to Prayer – believing that God hears and answers prayer and desiring His direction for all we do, we want our lives and ministries to be characterized by a genuine reliance on God demonstrated by seeking him in prayer in everything we do. (Acts 1, 2, 13)

Commitment to Relationships – God designed us to live in relationships –to love each other. Jesus said that our love for each other would set us apart as His disciples (John 13:34 – 35). Relationships are best developed in small groups (Acts 2:46). See also the Apostle Paul’s “one-another” instructions.

Commitment to Biblical Teaching – The bible is the inspired work of God (II Timothy 3:16) and is the foundation of our ministry. We are committed to building our ministries on this foundation and proclaiming His word under His anointing. (Colossians 4:4)

Commitment to Sharing our Faith – Lost people matter to God (Romans 5:6). Reaching lost people is the responsibility of every believer (Matthew 28:18–20, Acts 1:8, II Corinthians 5:20). It is our desire to equip believers to be effective witnesses for Christ.

Commitment to Worship – Authentic, Christ-centered, spirit-lead worship honors God, encourages believers, and attracts pre-Christians. (John 4:23-24)

Commitment to Changed Lives/Discipleship – We believe that God desires to change godless people into fully devoted followers of Christ. It is our desire to lead people to reflect the character and values of Jesus and empower them to make disciples of others. (Ephesians 5:1)

Commitment to Personal Ministry – We believe that God does everything with excellence and purpose. He gives us gifts to be used in His service for His glory. This requires developing a servant heart, an understanding of our gifts and a commitment to use those gifts under his anointing and for His glory. (I Corinthians 10:31, 12:4-7, II Corinthians 4:15)

Commitment to Spiritual Leadership – We believe that leadership in the Church is a Sacred trust –a responsibility dependent on godly men and women who love Him and are commitment to His mission. (I Timothy 3: 1-7; Matthew 28: 18 – 20)

Commitment to Missions – We believe God loves the whole world and that as a part of His Church we must cultivate a heart and passion for people around the world. (Acts 1:8)