We acknowledge that the land our church is built on is not our own. Northlake is located on the traditional, ancestral, and contemporary lands of Indigenous people. This is the land of the Duwamish who are of the Coast Salish people.  Their presence is imbued in the hills, trees and shorelines.
This land holds great historical, spiritual, and personal significance for its original stewards, the Native nations and peoples of this region.  May we nurture our relationship with our Coast Salish neighbors and deepen our responsibilities to their homelands where we all reside.

Located just South of downtown Kirkland, the Northlake campus has three primary structures:

  • The Sanctuary; this is our largest 2-story building that stands closest to State Street
  • The Chapel; a smaller 2-story building located behind the Sanctuary closest to the parking lot
  • Hanly House; the building facing 4th Ave S

Northlake has great proximity to downtown amenities and transit options, grounds full of lush native plants, and historical charm of buildings that have been lovingly maintained by many volunteer hours. We hope all will feel that they belong at Northlake.

New visitors can find information below about navigating to events in different spaces on campus.

Northlake Sanctuary side steps


Use the main Sanctuary entrance on 4th Ave S when attending events in the Sanctuary (for worship, weddings, memorials, and more). This entrance is on the second floor of the Sanctuary building with offices, classrooms, kitchen, and Adams Hall on the first floor below.

To visit the Office or events in Adams Hall use the lower level entrance south of the playground on State Street.

For events in the Chapel building use the main Chapel entrance on the south-east corner facing the parking lot. This entrance is on the second floor of the Chapel building with classrooms on the first floor below.


Street parking is available on State Street and 4th Ave S however, spaces are often limited on Sunday mornings. Carpooling or use of public transportation is always recommended when possible.

Our parking lot is located on the East side of the property behind the buildings. Enter the parking lot from 3rd Ave S and exit the parking lot on 4th Ave S. Use the site plan to identify routes from parking to all building entrances.


Use Google maps to generate door-to-door directions for driving, walking, biking, or public transit.

Bus route 250 stops directly in front of Northlake on State Street. The Kirkland transit center is less than half a mile north of Northlake and served by many more regional bus routes.