Fellowship Ministries

And they devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers.
Good news of God's love and mercy
Acts 2:42

Raleigh Youth Group

6th – 12th grade

Youth group meets weekly on Sunday nights, and engages in various service projects and fun activities.

Raleigh Church of Christ Youth Group

Potter's Clay

18 – 35 years old

A group of adults who engage in challenging Bible classes, events and fellowship that promote Christian maturity.

Home Builders

Married with children up to 18 years old

No it’s not construction work, families with children under 18 share in fellowship and service activities during this important time while their children are developing. The children often participate in service activities such as Carolina Food Bank and Durham Diaper Bank with their parents.

C. I. A. - Christians in Action

Empty nesters

Couples with children that have moved out of the house have fellowship and perform various “good work” activities.

Senior Saints

65 and older

Senior Saints is a group of members 65 years or older. Their purpose is to support and encourage one another, the congregation and the community through prayer, outreach, service and fellowship.

Good Works and Community Service

Let us not lose heart in doing good, for in due time we will reap if we do not grow weary. So then, while we have opportunity, let us do good to all people, and especially to those who are of the household of the faith.
Good news of God's love and mercy
Galatians 6:9-10

Food Bank

Spending one morning a month participants sort and pack food at the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina providing food for needy families.

Men's Shelter

Participants work in the kitchen at the South Wilmington men's shelter in Raleigh, and thereby serve a meal 2 days a month to about 150 men at each meal.

Durham County Jail

Two times a month men from the congregation teach a Bible study at the Durham County Jail.

Food Pantry

Organize, manage, restock the food pantry, additionally participants distribute food at the church pantry on the 4th Saturday of each month to people in need of help.

Bears

Participants hand make little teddy bears for children in Wake Med's Pediatric Emergency room. Little bears offer some comfort to sick, hurting and frightened children.

Meals for Others

Participants prepare, package and provide frozen or hot meals for members that are ill, rehabilitating or otherwise impaired.

Local Benevolence

From time to time people need a helping hand. It may be a ride, help with a move, food, lodging or financial. Participants are happy to help with these needs.

Bears

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Ministry Contacts

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Career Ministry

Get help with interviewing, resumes, and other job hunting skills