We Welcome All Visitors
Come as you are. We don’t want anyone to feel pressure to be something they are not. Grab a Worship Guide on your way in. This will guide you through our music, readings and prayers for the day. We have childcare for kids up to 2nd grade, where they can learn about the grace of Jesus in age-appropriate ways.
Plan Your Visit
100 N. Greensboro St., Carrboro. Look for the big “Century Center” sign on a brick building in the heart of Carrboro.
Time, 10am worship service, get there a little early, to get situated.
Free parking lot on the other side of Greensboro. More free parking one block South (near Open Eye Café).
Come inside (upstairs) for coffee, tea, and bagels (or other pastries).
In the sanctuary, be sure to pick up a copy of the worship guide which will have all the song lyrics and order, so we can all stay on the same page. Also, pick up a copy of the Visitors Guide, to learn more about our church and our worship practices.
We love to sing praises to God. We typically sing hymns, often to contemporary tunes. Indelible Grace, Gettys, Chris Tomlin, James Ward, etc.
Older kids can pick up a kid’s sermon notes page, and younger kids will be dismissed downstairs (if their parents choose this) with a special blessing in the worship service before the sermon. In our classrooms downstairs, they’ll learn more about Jesus and his love for us, usually including a craft and games. Parents can collect their children during the Lord’s Supper.
We are devoted to the Scriptures, so bring your Bible, either print or on your phone.
Pastor Sofield usually preaches verse-by-verse through books of the Bible. His sermons engage the heart and the mind.
We celebrate the Lord’s Supper every week. Visiting Christians who are in good standing with their home church are welcome to break bread and drink with us.
After the worship service, go to the book table to pick out a free book, for first time visitors only! The selection changes periodically, but we often give away Mere Christianity (C. S. Lewis), Reason for God (Tim Keller), Jesus Storybook Bible (Sally Lloyd-Jones), Blue Like Jazz (Donald Miller).