About

C H U R C H

Our Mission

Live Jesus. Give Jesus.

 
We believe that the mission of the church is to live like Jesus as serving, difference-making members of our community and to love our community well by sharing the gospel in word and action.
 
 
 
 
G O S P E L

Our Belief

What Is the Gospel?

 
God is super-abundantly rich in grace, mercy, and love.
 
God sent Jesus Christ to live a life of perfect obedience, to die for our sins, and to be resurrected from the dead, defeating sin and death.
 
The resurrection of Jesus ushered in His Kingdom, so that repenting and obeying in faith, we might be saved from our sins and reconciled to God.
 
We are raised, transformed, and propelled by the indwelling power of the Holy Spirit to follow Jesus.
 

What does the Gospel mean to a member of the North Raleigh Church of Christ?

 
An accurate understanding of the Bible is the sole authority for our faith.
 
Our faith is evidenced by loving deeds.
 
Submission of self will to God’s will is how we glorify God.
 
The whole duty of man is to act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with God.
 
Confession that Jesus is the Son of God & immersion in water is the public statement of a new believer’s
faith.
 
Repentance from sin, worldliness and selfishness is the natural response of a disciple to Jesus, our Savior.
 
Weekly communion is our observation & celebration of God’s covenant with his people.
 
Our church is defined as the community of believers, which meets together regularly & supports each other
as members of the same body.
 
 
 
 
M E A N I N G

Discipleship

Following Jesus

 
As students and followers of Jesus, we teach and model his principles in the following ways:
Go
A disciple of Jesus is a traveler on a life-long journey.
Grow
The Holy Spirit transforms and empowers disciples to live Jesus and give Jesus.
Serve
Disciples of Jesus joyfully serve the world in love.
Share
Disciples of Jesus help others follow Jesus and know God.
 
 
 
P A T H W A Y

Living the Mission

Participating in the Life of the Church

 
No matter how someone becomes part of the North Raleigh Church community, we encourage all to come, connect, go, and grow by participating in the life of the church. Learn more about our ministries here.
 
Come
Worship
Jr. Worship
4321 Remix
Connect
Connect Groups
Welcome to NR
Youth Group
Go
Sharing Faith
Youth Trips
Volunteering
Pride for Parents
Grow
Cultivate Groups
SALT Groups
 
 
 
V I S I T O R S

What to Expect When You Visit

You are loved and welcomed to join us for worship or Bible study anytime. Know that we are a fellowship of believers in and followers of Jesus Christ. We are incredibly flawed people dependent on God’s grace, trying to become better reflections of our Savior. It is our joy to participate in the work God is doing! We pray you will join us.
 
 
 
 

What do I expect from a worship service?

 
Sunday morning is a time for celebration! We come together as a group of broken and imperfect people to stand before the perfect God of the universe. During this time we sing praises together, we pray together, we share in the Lord’s Supper, and we listen to an applicable message from God’s word.
 

Do you offer a nursery or Junior Worship?

 
Yes! Our wonderful Children’s Minister works hard to ensure your children are fed spiritually at North Raleigh Church of Christ. We have a staffed nursery available. Also, during the worship assembly on Sunday mornings (10:00 am to 11:30 am) we offer Junior Worship for our younger members and visitors ages 4 years to 3rd grade. Please stop and pre-register your children before they head into the auditorium and wait for Junior Worship to be announced.
 
At registration, two security labels will be issued for each child. The child will wear one label at all times while they are in the care of our volunteers. The other label will be given to the parents (or other designee of the parents) to pick-up the child when worship is over. There will be a security point at the end of our main hallway. Only volunteers, children wearing a label, and adults delivering a child to a classroom will be allowed to enter the kids’ hallway. Once Junior Worship is announced, please escort your child to the designated area. We use a number board at the front of the auditorium to alert parents that they are needed to assist with their child.
 

What should I wear?

 
Some choose to wear suits, others choose to wear flip-flops, and God accepts the worship of both, so don’t worry so much about what you wear. Just come as you are – we look forward to seeing you!
 

Do you have a Youth Group?

 
Yes, we have a thriving youth group made up of kind-hearted teens who are led by our Family Minister. They love to fellowship together, attend youth events, and serve the North Raleigh community.
 
 
 
L E A D E R S H I P

Our Elders

Don Keefer
Elder
Ken Hill
Elder
John Millberg
Elder
Richard Moore
Elder
 
Bob Stout
Elder