Worship Service Information

We have returned to Sunday morning, on-site Worship Services at 9 and 10:30 a.m. with a limited capacity. Please see below for details and further information about registering for and attending our Worship Services. For detailed information and registration info for individual ministry groups, including Creek Kids, Special Needs Ministry, RC Students, and Adult Life Groups, please visit those respective web pages.

We have Worship Services, Creek Kids, Special Needs Ministry, RC Students, and Adult Life Groups at 9 and 10:30 a.m. Click here for more info.

To register for Creek Kids classes and Children's Church, as well as our Special Needs Ministry, visit the Creek Kids page.

Registration for Worship Services

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Pre-registration is required to attend worship services.

  • Registration for the week's services closes at midnight on Thursday preceding the Sunday service, or when we hit our capacity of attendees — whichever comes first.
  • Registration is free, but we ask that you register everyone in your family who plans to attend.
  • If you register, please show up unless you are sick. Because the service has a limited capacity if you register and don’t attend you could be causing someone else to lose out on the opportunity to worship.
  • If you need help with registration, please call the church office at 919 556-9292.

WORSHIP Service Details

Here are some things you need to know about our Worship Services (recently updated information is bold):
  • Time: 9 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. (please arrive at least 15 minutes early to allow for time to park, check-in and be seated)
  • Capacity for each service is 325 individuals (pre-registration required; see below). All seating will space folks who are not in the same family more than 6 feet apart.
  • Our Welcome Desk is now open to serve our first-time guests or those who need assistance with registration or other matters.
  • Face coverings are required to be worn for all services and classes as you enter and exit the building, and move around the building. Once you are seated, face coverings are required for all attendees in the 9 a.m. service, and optional for attendees in the 10:30 a.m. service.
  • We ask anyone in a high-risk category to attend our 9 a.m. service, where everyone will continue to wear masks.
  • All attendees should park in the front parking lot directly in front of the main worship center, and enter and exit through the main front doors. Face masks are required as you enter and move about the building to your destination unless you are under 5 years old or have a medical condition that keeps you from wearing a face covering. We appreciate you putting the needs of others first as we gather for worship.
  • No food or drink will be served, and we ask that you not bring food into the building. Attendees can bring a drink in their own container.
  • No offering baskets will be passed, but baskets will be available in the back of the sanctuary for you to use as you enter and leave the service.

Health Precautions

We’ll be observing several changes to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
  • We require the use of masks or face coverings at all times while moving around the building, and as advised in service and classroom settings.
  • We advise anyone who may be feeling sick, to stay home. We will continue to have an online worship service Sunday mornings at 9 and 10:30 a.m.
  • Anyone in a high-risk category should strongly consider attending our 9 a.m. service, as it will remain the safest on-campus worship option.
  • Please practice social distancing (6 feet from others not in your immediate family) at all times. If you need assistance, speak to an usher.
  • Hand sanitizing stations will be accessible to you.

Keep in Mind

  • Please be flexible and understanding with your leaders during this time. They are doing their absolute best to love and serve the entire congregation and keep the whole church’s interests in mind.
  • If you are asked to do something you don’t want to do or hear about something you do not agree with, please be respectful and kind with your questions, and willing to submit in matters that are not essential to biblical faithfulness.
  • Be sensitive to others. Your level of comfort with the situation may not match theirs, and that’s okay. “Let each of us please his neighbor for his good, to build him up” (Rom. 15:2).
  • Be on the lookout for ways to go above and beyond in the practice of meekness, kindness, self-sacrifice, and love (Matt. 5:2-16). In the midst of a world that is stained by sin and division, let us be examples of peace and joy in ALL our conduct.