Seeking, Serving, and Sharing Christ
As a church, we're committed to seeking, serving, and sharing Christ! These three characteristics define how we operate as the body of Christ:
Seeking - growing closer to God through weekly worship and discipleship opportunities.
Serving - supporting and caring for each member of the family of God, and serving those in our community.
Sharing - taking the love of Christ into our community and world in tangible and dynamic ways.
Come join us for worship!
Sunday School- Sundays at 9:30 am
Contemporary Worship- Sundays at 11:00 am in the Fellowship Hall
Traditional Worship- Sundays at 11:00 am in the Sanctuary
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How Do I Get Here?
Conveniently situated between Wade Avenue and Hillsborough Street, Forest Hills is easily accessible from anywhere in the greater Raleigh area. Our address is 201 Dixie Trail, Raleigh, NC 27607.
Where Do I Park?
We have two parking lots for visitors on Sunday and throughout the week. Feel free to park in either the Dixie Trail parking lot (located across from Fred Olds Elementary School) or in the Clark Avenue parking lot (located behind the Sanctuary). If lots are full, street parking is available on the weekends.
What Door Do I Enter?
If you’re here in time for Sunday School, meet us in the Gathering Place which is located through the double doors to the right of the Sanctuary. If you’re here for Traditional Worship, come to the Sanctuary. If you’re here for Contemporary Worship, come in the Fellowship Hall doors which are accessible via the Dixie Trail parking lot.
What Do I Wear?
With people ranging in age from infants all the way into their 90s, you’ll see a lot of different styles here on Sunday mornings. While we encourage you to come wearing whatever you’re comfortable in, most people skew towards business casual for Traditional Worship while those in Contemporary Worship wear clothes that are much more relaxed and informal.