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We are a community compelled by GOD’S GRACE.  Our mission is to reach people, transform lives and make healthy disciples, sending them out as influencers for Christ locally in Wake Forest and globally around the world.

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  • 9:15am      Children’s Sunday School
  • 9:20am     Adult Bible Studies
  • 10:30am    Worship Service

Current Adult Bible Studies at 9:20am


Join us in the GFS hour during January as we talk about the church’s ministries, finances, and to pray for our mission in the community. This is a great opportunity to ask questions and learn about how God is at work in our church.

Applying the Gospel to our Relationships

Everyone knows relationships are great…until they get messy! Whether it’s a brother, coworker, in-law or outlaw, we all know what it’s like to “not see eye to eye”. If you’ve got siblings, you’ve got issues. With friends, comes enemies. Those of us who are married have all experienced a honeymoon as well as a lunar eclipse! So what does the Bible teach us about relationships? How does the Gospel shine The Light in life’s dark places? Join us on this 8-week journey as we tackle the tough questions about broken relationships and struggling friendships. Whether you’re single, married, young or younger, we can all work together to apply the Gospel to our “daily walk with those we walk with”.

Living in a Pluralistic Society – Character Studies from the Book of Judges (Gideon, Jephthah & Samson)

Our era can be characterized by the phrase, “every man did what was right in his own eyes” (Judges 21:25) living in a pluralistic society. During these times, Christians must be reminded that we look directly to God as our Lord and Judge and not to the pagan society. We must follow God’s lead and not the spirit or powers of the age. Gideon, Jephthah and Samson provide parallel character studies of individuals who lived in similar times from the Old Testament during the times of judges.


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