Join us this Sunday for Youth Sunday! The youth and children are in charge of the service, music, and sermon. Come out and support our Youth and children. Please have all children and youth at church between 10:00 – 10:15. We will meet in the Sanctuary.
Our Bishop, Hope Morgan Ward, has invited us to be directly involved in Project Agape, the unique mission of North Carolina United Methodists with Christians in Armenia. The way we are partnering is the Agape Christmas Box Ministry. For children in refugee communities, this may be the only Christmas gift they will receive. For some of them, this will be the first toy they have ever been given. Though these boxes may seem like a small gift, they will carry the priceless love of Christ. Our goal is 100 boxes. Click here to find what each box should contain. Please bring your box(es) to be dedicated in worship on Sunday, September 8th.
We are collecting school supplies for Southeast Elementary School. Click here to view the list of needed items. Please bring all items to the church office by Thursday, August 15th, or bring them with you to church on Sunday, August 18th.
Erasing the Lines will hold its 10th year of summer mission work June 17-21 for 6th-12th grade students. Join us and watch the body of Christ come alive! Middle and high school students are assigned to small groups of 10-12, and the week is spent in service to the community and worship of the King. Nights are spent at Rochelle Middle School. Campers should sign up with their youth group.
Connecting the Dots will convene June 17-21 for students from kindergarten to 5th grade. During this week elementary school students will give their faith hands and feet as they serve local communities in Kinston and Green County, and impact the world for Christ. This Day-Camp will take place in conjunction with Erasing the Lines.
We are a community of people whose aim in life is to extend the influence of God in our world. The Bible is central to all that we believe and to the way that we live our lives, and because of this we care about each other and pursue honest relationships. Our experience of the transforming power of Jesus Christ motivates us to reach out to the world around us, loving others with the love that comes from God Himself.
We are a group of Christians believers who celebrate our Salvation and focus on experiencing our lives together. The Psalmist wrote ” How wonderful it is, how pleasant, for God’s people to live together in harmony.” Life is meant to be shared. The Bible calls this meeting of Christians Fellowship.
While it is possible to worship in a crowd, We believe that its difficult to fellowship with one. Everyone needs to be involved in a small group- whether its a Sunday School Class, a small group that meets at the church building or in someone’s home or at the park.
We strive to be Authentic – not superficial. We hope you can become part of a true spiritual family and join in on our journey to follow God’s plan for developing loving relationships and finding encouragement from fellow Christians.