We believe that the door to salvation is always open and so are the doors to our church. Our mission is to be fully devoted to Jesus by opening our arms to those in search of the truth. We show God's love and concern for our fellow man at every opportunity. Through works of charity and opening our door to listen and love, we feel that we are walking in the footsteps of Jesus Christ.
To spread the gospel of Jesus Christ throughout the community, so that they may be healed, saved, and equipped with the power, wisdom and knowledge of God to help save others. To make a difference in the world, to allow the power of God to flow over people. Shifting atmospheres and making them conducive for the Most High God.
WHAT WE DO
Our Church is a place of worship and fellowship for all. A place where the gospel of the Most High God is spread amongst the people. We work together as the body of Christ to edify, encourage, and grow in the grace and knowledge through the preaching of the Word of God.
Through our missionary ministry, we give back to our community in a way of providing for them, ministering to them, and bringing them closer to God. We are here to help our surrounding communities strive the best way possible.
OUR SENIOR PASTOR
Reverend Israel Stacker
Born in Elizabeth Town, North Carolina and he is the oldest of 4 children. Reverend Stacker is married to Nikki Stacker, and together they have four kids. He graduated from South Johnston High School, in Four Oaks, NC in 1992 and went to the US Army right after. He took many trade classes and computer courses while stationed at Fort Knox, Kentucky. In 2005, Reverend Stacker completed his Bachelor of Theology in Biblical Studies. In 2011, God put Reverend Stacker under the leadership of Reverend Vernis Wright at Merry Grove Missionary Baptist Church in Zebulon, NC. He joined the church from his Christian experience. Reverend Stacker is currently in school for his Masters in Pastoral Theology.
"The more God gives you and the higher He elevates you in the ministry, the more responsible He expects you to be." -Luke 12:48