In-person Worship Resumes Sunday October 4, 2020!

We still strongly encourage high risk people as well as those who simply are not comfortable returning to join in via Facebook Live on our church Facebook page and/or via the radio broadcast (99.3 FM). For those who do want to be in the sanctuary for worship, you must call the church office and make reservations (252-332-4003). All participants are required to wear a mask. Furthermore, there will be assigned seating in order to maintain social distancing as well as other protocols upon arrival and departure. Currently, no nursery is on offer. However, we plan to offer nursery during 11 am worship in the near future.
For now 6pm Wednesday night Bible study will continue to be live-streamed via Facebook Live on our church Facebook page. We plan also to offer in-person Wednesday night Bible study in the near future. Stay tuned!
As usual, sermons will be posted on our Youtube channel, church Facebook page, and on the homepage of this website (just scroll down).

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