“This is Not a Sermon About Twizzlers”
“Worship is important to this family. College Park has long practiced worship as a loving response to the gracious acts of God. In worship we are strengthened and shaped for being Christian in the world. Worship is the hub from which the spokes of our ministry emerge.” – Rev. Michael Usey
We are so glad to share that we are meeting in person once again at College Park! Our service will be at 10:00am over the summer in our main sanctuary. If you are not vaccinated, please continue to mask. We will have childcare provided on the playground. In addition, you can head over to our upcoming events and Sunday school pages. If you prefer to worship remotely, send us your email at email@example.com to be sent our weekly worship guide.
See videos from worship on our YouTube Channel.
Our church family in Greensboro welcomes and affirms all persons without distinction regarding race, ethnicity, national origin, class, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other category created by humans. Some would call us liberal or moderate. We are an inclusive, fun faith community where persons from all walks of life feel comfortable worshiping and working together to bring Christ’s love to the world, doing the best we can and trying not to embarrass Jesus too much. We are not affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention. We are affiliated with the American Baptist Churches USA, Alliance of Baptists and Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. Read more about us.
Join us in person in our Sanctuary at 10:00am or get our worship guides in your email! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added.
Join our church wide book discussion of My Vanishing Country by Bakari Sellers at 6:30pm in the chapel. Copies available in the lobby.
Our online newsletter blog is updated regularly with news and interesting reading. Click here to read now.
This online library contains a sampling of written sermons, memoirs, baptism statements and more. Go to the library.
Join our ministers in service by lending a helping hand to each other and to those in our community and throughout the world. Read more about our helping ministries.