At Destiny, we believe that God opens doors for each of us, every day, to touch the people in our lives with the love of Christ. We are also called to reach out to the world on a larger scale as a church. Some of our outreach opportunities include:
Northville 4th of July Parade
The annual Independence Day Parade in Northville is an opportunity for Destiny to connect with our community by celebrating our love of country together. In addition to a float that represents not only the freedom of America but freedom in Christ, we have a unique chance to simply love the people of Northville and to invite them to a service to see just where that love comes from. Click through our slideshow below for pictures of this year’s parade!
Annual Blessing of the Biker
This is a one day event that includes a bike show, giveaways, stunt teams, food, vendors and music. It culminates with a powerful, dynamic Word – over the years, thousands have given their lives to Christ and been forever changed!
Back to School Bash
The Annual Back to School Bash is the Destiny version of a good old block party. It features inflatables, games, food, fun, giveaways… and of course, the Word. We welcome the neighborhood to come and see what Destiny is all about, and to join us for an outdoor worship service. The Back to School Bash is also an opportunity to collect backpacks and school supplies to be donated to teachers in Detroit Public Schools.
Annual Soup-er Bowl Party
You can join us and invite your friends to watch the Super Bowl, Destiny-style. Our annual event includes 3 screens to watch the game, the Golden Ladle Soup Cook-off, side games, and ‘Live at the Half,’ with Pastors Robb & Cheri.
Northville Lighted Christmas Parade
Joining together with other churches from Northville, this annual event to Bless the City started with just a few churches and some floats. The dream started with Pastors from different churches and Denominations laying down those divides and Uniting under the Bannership of Jesus, are coming together to gift the city and have a Tangible touch of Jesus to the community. There is one large float that tells the Story of the Baby in the Manger, then in the city square, the churches then had out free hot chocolate, take pictures that are then emailed to them, hand out popcorn, sing Christmas carols and more. This event is a way to show the love of Jesus to a lost and dying world.