The Community Builders Sunday School Class is comprised of young parents and young adults who are passionate about Christ and Christ’s mission. The members of this class seek to transform our community through developing personal character and reaching out to those we encounter in our every day routines, including work, school, shopping, or working out at the gym.
Our young adults actively attend our worship services as well:
For the corporate worship experience, attend our 11:00 a.m. worship hour for great music, prayer, and relevant preaching. Pastor Phil uses a variety of preaching styles to captivate the congregation’s attention through worship, including traditional sermons and narrative preaching.
Wednesday Worship at 6:30 p.m. for a more interactive experience. Our Wednesday Worship service includes a PowerPoint presentation of the scriptural teaching. Open discussion is encouraged as we review current movie clips, custom video clips, Christian media, and reflective contemporary Christian music videos. The format is less formal and more casual. Participants leave feeling like they have been engaged in a group conversation rather than passively witnessing a worship hour.
For more details about our worship times, visit Service Times.
Rest in the Lord has now hit 25 Mattresses Delivered! Rest in the Lord has now delivered 25 brand new mattresses to the homes of families affected by Hurricane Matthew. Our efforts have been concentrated in the Princeville/Tarboro area. Princeville suffered the greatest damage in our area. Many residents are still waiting to move back into their homes. In addition to mattresses, we were able to distribute new and used sheets and pillows as well. Our children provided pillowcases and raised funds during Vacation Bible School this past June. We...read more
Flood Relief Ministry Update: A Good Night’s Sleep. The Community Builders Sunday School Class has been on a journey of discovery ever since God prompted two churches to send funds to our church for the purpose of offering assistance to those displaced by hurricane Matthew. Our previous article Breakfast at the Relief Shelter explains our first encounter with those in need. Since this time, most of our ministry efforts have centered on building contacts and praying for the effort. FEMA and the Red Cross has been meeting most of the...read more
On October 26, 2016 the Community Builders Sunday School class joined efforts with partnering churches to secure funding to feed the residents at the Edgecombe Red Cross relief shelter in Tarboro, NC. While Pastor Phil was visiting with the shelter, he overheard concerns from the residents that most of the breakfast food items were high in sugar (donuts, pastries, fruit juices, etc.). In an attempt to secure a more substantial breakfast that would provide protein, calcium, and other vitamins and nutrients, the Community Builders Sunday School...read more