• Events

    Youth Activities – Sundays 5:00 – 7:45 pm

    Sunday Nights: Youth: Grades 6-12 College Park Youth Group, also know as Holy Chaos, is for youth grades 6-12 and is an open, safe place where youth can explore together the difficult questions of life, faith and God. A typical Sunday night schedule begins at 5:00 pm with youth choir, includes a 6:00 pm group supper provided by youth parents and congregation members, and concludes with games, discussions, community outreach or group outings. 5:00 pm – Youth JUBILEE Choir 6:00 pm – Youth Dinner 6:30 – 7:45 pm – Holy Chaos Lin Story-Bunce, associate pastor at College Park, leads this group with a number of other adults from our community…

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  • Events

    Tai Chi – Tuesday Nights 7 pm beginning September 10.

    Learn Tai Chi Chuan, the gentle exercise, method of moving meditation, martial art and means of cultivating a sense of well-being. Tai Chi can be done by almost anyone. If you can walk, you can do Tai Chi. A certified instructor, Mark Fleming will conduct a free class in the Chapel, Tuesdays, 7-8 pm beginning September 10. Wear comfortable clothing.

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  • Wednesday Nights

    Wednesday Night Weekly Dinners

    WEDNESDAY NIGHT DINNERS On most all Wednesday nights from September through June, College Park Church will feature dinner at 5:30 pm. Come visit with friends and make some new ones! Special programming follows at 6:30 PM. Rates: Family $ 16.00 (Maximum) Adult (Ages 13+)  $  5.00 College Student $ 4.00 Child (6-12 Years) $ 2.00 Child (5 & Under) – Free  

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  • Events

    Ultimate Frisbee – 6 pm Monday Nights

    Ready to get out and run?  Join us for Ultimate Frisbee Monday nights, 6:00 pm, at Lake Daniel Park (corner of Radiance and Mimosa).  No experience is necessary. Bring a red shirt, a white shirt, and some water and you are good to go! You will learn as you play! Or just bring a chair and relax and chat with your friends and watch the game. Ultimate Frisbee is a non-contact sport (most of the time) played on a field with two end zones. If you have the Frisbee, you cannot run, but must pass it to another team mate. Points are scored by catching the Frisbee in the end zone.…

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  • Events

    Easter Egg Hunt – Candy Needed

    Easter Egg Hunt—Candy Needed The annual CP Easter Egg Hunt is coming soon and we need candy. Please bring           individually wrapped candy—no chocolate. A donation box will be set up in the side parking lot foyer. Easter Egg Hunt March 25th—bring a bag lunch to eat after the 11 am service. Then we’ll hunt for eggs!

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  • Events

    March for Our Lives – Greensboro

    A local student-led movement that has grown out of the effort of Parkland, Florida students to promote gun control laws in order to stop the cycle of mass shootings in our country. As in Florida and across the nation, the Greensboro movement has been organized and led by high school students. On March 24 at 2 pm, they will be leading a march from Government Square to LeBauer Park. All are welcome and encouraged to support the high-school students who are leading the way on this important issue. Questions? Please connect with Maura Toole. For Adults Who Want to Get Involved in promoting common sense gun laws, the relaunch of Moms Demand…

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  • Events

    Lenten Bible Study – Feb. 28 – March 28

    The Lenten Wednesday Night Bible Study “Perplexing Parables & the Economy of Mercy”, will be led by Hilary Floyd, an Academic Skills Instructor & Program Associate for Community & Lifelong Learning, Wake Forest University. Discussion Topics: The Laborers in the Vineyard, Matt. 20 The Wicked Tenants, Mark 12 The Dishonest Steward, Luke 16 The Rich Man & Lazarus, Luke 16 The Lord’s Prayer (comparison between Luke & Matthew versions)    

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  • Events

    Table for 7 – 2018

    Get better acquainted with other College Park adults. Table for 7 is a small-group dining experience that helps you get to know other College Park members and visitors. When you sign up, you (or you and your significant other) will be assigned to a group with 5 or 6 other people. Members of the group pick a place and time to meet (usually for a meal) at least once during that quarter, though hopefully you’ll find time to meet a few times. This is an adult event so if you need a babysitter and don’t already have one, please talk to Lin Story-Bunce about recommending some of our youth to…

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  • Male Bake Off

    College Park Bake-Off, March 4th

    The 24th annual Bake-Off will be Sunday, March 4, 2018.  The prizes will again be Liberty bottles. The 2018 theme is Back Row Double Feature: The Bake-Off Goes to the Movies. See 2017 Bake-Off Photos!   Immediately following worship on Sunday, March 4, everyone is invited to a simple lunch of soup and sandwiches in the Fellowship Hall. Afterwards, we’ll sample all the bake-off entries. All are welcome! Rules for entry: Anyone 5 years old or older can enter (non-members are welcome). The entries should be ready for judging by 11:30 am on Sun. March 4. All entries should be a dessert of some variety. You may use a boxed…

  • Events

    Zumba Update

    There are now two Zumba classes each week at College Park: Monday nights at 6:00 pm in the Fellowship Hall taught by Ebonet Jeffcoat who has previously taught at DayStar Church. The cost per class is $3.00. Tuesday nights at 6:00 pm in the Chapel taught by Brisa Castillo. The cost is $5.00 per class or commit to five classes and save $5.00 (5 classes card for only $20). Brisa is a fun and inspiring instructor. Come join us! It is a fun way to meet people, feel energized and reduce stress. Other Benefits of Zumba: Burn fat and calories Tone your body Improve your mood Improve your coordination Rev…

  • Advent,  Events

    Advent Calendar 2017

    Advent Calendar December 3                 Advent 1 December 10               Advent 2 December 13               Love Feast Service in Chapel featuring  Market Street                                                       Brass, 6:30 pm December 17               Advent 3 December 20              Christmas Banquet, 5:30 pm* December 24              Advent 4, 10 am Service in Chapel Christmas Eve                                               …

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  • Events

    Christmas Wreath Fundraiser

    College Park Youth Christmas Wreath Fundraiser Place your order for Christmas wreaths and support our College Park Youth Group. Wreaths are made from locally grown frazier fir. Order now, receive after Thanksgiving. Pick Up Details: Saturday, December 4th, 10 am – 12 pm @ College Park Baptist Church (1601 Walker Ave, Greensboro 27403). If you plan to pick up your order of wreaths, please sign up as a Pick Up Customer. Delivery Details: There is an extra $10 charge for delivery. We will call to schedule your delivery for the week of December 4-10. If you plan to have your order of wreaths delivered, please sign up as a Delivery Customer.

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  • Unity Flag NC
    Events,  Helping Hand,  News

    Unity Flag

    The unity flag is an attempt to utilize designs and colors from several human rights/social justice causes and bring them together in one design. Created by Christian McIvor and Juni Hylton. the Unity Flag was first flown by his fellow College Park Baptist Church members in the FaithAction Downtown Unity Walk in Greenboro, NC on August 5, 2017. Colors used include those in the rainbow flag (LGBTQ Pride) as well as those in the Transgender Pride flag. As much as possible, these colors are presented as they naturally appear on the UV Spectrum, in clockwise fashion beginning with red on the lower left side of the flag. White, black, dark…

  • Blood Drive

    Blood Drive Final Results! 

    Our 6/30 blood drive collected 23 units of blood for the Red Cross.  They tell me this is a good number for a first time drive, so give yourselves a hand.  I would like to especially thank for the following folks for their assistance with setting up, working the drive, and tearing down:  Randy and Jeri Henderson, Walt and Elijah Floyd-Pickard, Mark Fleming, Caroline Joyce, Phyllis Calvert, and Kate Scherer-Jones, and Christian McIvor.  And of course the biggest thanks to everyone who donated…you helped make the world a better place with a simple action. – Keith Burkhead    

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