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Sunday Morning:

Worship Service: 10:45 AM - Noon

Sunday Evening:

Flood Youth Group: 5 - 6:30 PM

Tuesday Evening:

Re-Discover Service: 6:30 - 7:45 PM

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6:4 Fellowship PDF Print E-mail

Purpose Statement:  The 6:4 Fellowship exists to facilitate a Christ-exalting reawakening of pastors to the sufficiency of the Spirit of God, the word of God, and the people of God through a return to the leadership priorities of Acts 6:4

About the Ministry: the 6:4 Fellowship is a pastor-to-pastor community.  It is not oriented around a single ministry or personality.  It is cross-denominational in make-up and led by a team of pastors who exemplify the values of Acts 6:4.  We are not focused as much on what pastors are doing, but on what they are becoming.

Website: http://www.64fellowship.com

ACTS International, Alvin & Susan Low PDF Print E-mail

Purpose Statement:  ACTS International seeks to plant churches among the unreached peoples of Asia by equipping indigenous missionaries.

About Alvin Low:  Dr. Low founded ACTS International in 1991 and serves as its President out of their international office in Colorado Springs.  He has spoken in more than 40 countries and authored 16 books, which have been translated into various  languages for the training of indigenous missionaries in Asia.

Website:  www.actsinternational.net

Baptist Mid-Missions, Cletis and Tammy Titus PDF Print E-mail

About the Ministry: 

Cletis and his wife, Tammy, were in the pastorate for many years. During that time, he served on BMM's General Council. In 2007, the Tituses became BMM missionaries to Jamaica, a return to her roots for Tammy, who grew up in the Caribbean as an MK. It was also familiar ground for Cletis, whose parents, Gerald and Wyzetta, served with BMM in North America.

Based out of North Carolina, Cletis represents the ministry of Baptist Mid-Missions at Bible colleges, churches, and conferences. He also consults with prospective missionaries seeking a missionary agency or opportunities to serve. Tammy plays an integral role in this ministry also as she counsels women regarding missions. While serving as Special Representatives, Cletis and Tammy continue to assist the ministry in Jamaica.


Forty West Ministries, Monty and Katherine Ray PDF Print E-mail

Purpose Statement: Forty West Ministries seeks, through the stability of the Word of God and personal investment, to encourage the spiritual, emotional, and physical growth of the neglected and abused.

Who They Serve:  the lower income housing areas in Wake Forest, NC, and surrounding communities.


International Gospel Missions, The Chatla Family PDF Print E-mail

About the Ministry: Dr. Chatla is the founder and president of Baptist India Ministries which consists of:

1. Indian Christian Bethel Baptist Gospel Fellowship (plants churches and ministers in almost 350 established churches),

2.  Mount Zion Baptist Bible College & Seminary (trains pastors),

3.  J.F.D. Orphan Homes (a number of the orphans have become church planters),

4.  J.F.D. Christian School (provides an education to 400 children with a vision to transform lifestyles from bonded labor to self-employment.)

The Chatla Family:  Dr. Chatla Devasahayam and his wife, Seguna, have four sons and four daughters, many of which whom also serve in the ministry.  The eldest son, Luther is involved in church planting, training Christian leaders, and medical missions along with his wife, Ratna, who is a medical doctor for the Mt. Zion Mission Clinic.  The second son, Wesley, is the Director of Dr. J. Frank Davis Public School Nidumolu where his wife, Kusuma, serves as principal. Moses Chatla joined the ministry in 2008, and is also very involved in training pastors, sharing the Gospel, and ministering to the villages in India.  Jacob Gadalla and his wife Prashanti (daughter of Dr. Chatla), planted a church in India after returning there from the United States, where he earned his PhD in Systematic Theology from Piedmont International University in 2012.

Where They Serve:  India 


Merriwood Christian Camp, Terry & Annette Covington PDF Print E-mail
Mission Statement: Merriwood exists to change lives by creating opportunities in which people can experience the message of Jesus Christ within the context of interpersonal relationships, introspection, and memorable learning experiences.

Who They Serve:  First grade through twelfth grade youth via summer camps as well as adult retreats in the spring and fall. 

Location and History:  Merriwood Christian Camp, located in Clemmons, NC, was founded in 1958 by Salem Baptist Church of Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  The 68+ acres they currently reside on was purchased, land was cleared, and buildings began to go up, starting with the dining hall, three main cabin buildings, and a chapel building.  Since then, things have progressed and more buildings and staff housing have been built.  MCC has been running their own summer camp programming since about 1990, with a complete counseling staff, program staff, food service team, and maintenance team.  Terry and Annette Covington have been at MCC since 2005.

Website:  www.campmerriwood.net

Piedmont International University PDF Print E-mail
Mission Statement:  Piedmont International University is an established provider of quality, Bible-centered higher education for effective lifetime ministry.  They are driven by their love for students and alumni and are committed to their success. They serve churches by equipping leaders to obey the Great Commandment and fulfill the Great Commission.

Location:  Winston-Salem, NC

Website:  http://www.piedmontu.edu/home
Positive Attitude Youth Center PDF Print E-mail
PurposeTo serve as a faith-based organization that seeks to enable children and young adults to mature physically, emotionally and spiritually

Who They Serve:
  Youth in Burlington, NC, most of who are from at-risk families that reside in the poverty-stricken areas in the community.

Founders:  Pastor Kerry and Eunice Richmond

Description:  The PAYC provides programs for children age 6-17 which include after-school, tutoring, recreation and family events. The children have the opportunity to participate in a summer program which includes sports, music, Bible study and field trips. Parents are also able to attend life skill classes throughout the year.

Website:  http://positiveattitudeyouthcenter.com/2501/index.html

World Outreach Ministries, Damson and Jenn Huon PDF Print E-mail

Purpose Statement: To plant healthy, disciple making churches in every community in Cambodia.

Where They Serve:  Cambodia

About the Ministry:  Various avenues are used to reach the communities in Cambodia including outreach events, child sponsorship, children’s programs, feeding programs, Bible study, mission trips, and medical treatment.  Their goal is to build community centers in the Cambodian villages to serve as meeting places for the church as well as a facility for their ministry programs and outreach activities.