We hope that you'll feel at home the moment you step through our doors.
We would be honored if you would join us at our traditional 8:30 service or our contemporary 10:30 service soon.
Frequently Asked Questions
What will happen when I visit the first time?
If you're visiting, we won't embarrass you, ask you to stand, or ask you to donate money. Feel free to take some time to get to know us and decide if we are the church home for you.
What is the difference between your services?
Both services follow a structured, biblically-based format and our ministers wear robes. Our 8:30 service is traditional and uses an organ, choir, and hymnal. Our 10:30 service utilizes contemporary worship music and is lead by a praise band made up of modern instruments.
What do I do during Communion?
We would love to have you participate in communion with us, regardless of your denomination. You can stand or kneel at the rail - whichever you feel comfortable with. We offer both wine and non-alcoholic wine, and you may dip you wafer into the glass or sip.
What should I wear?
Come as you are! You will see all types of dress among our congregation, from skirts and dresses to jeans and t-shirts. Wear what makes you comfortable.
What about my children?
We provide Sunday School during the 10:30 service for newborns through 5th graders. We have wonderful volunteers who are excited to meet your kids and teach them the Word of God!
Are your facilities handicapped accessible?
Yes! Our entire facility is accessible - from the stage to the bathrooms and offices. We have multiple handicap parking spaces, a roundabout for easy drop-off, wheelchair ramps, and wide hallways.
Sunday, January 19th
Sunday the 19th is Buggy Day! Help feed those in need in Carteret County by bringing non-perishable food items with you to church and placing them in the buggy in the lobby! All donations benefit local food pantries and relief efforts. Let's show our community that we love them!