Gates County, Eure, North Carolina
Welcome to Eure Baptist Church. Please join us in person as we serve the Lord Jesus Christ, together. Our desire is to minister to you and your loved ones and to help strengthen your faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. Please do not hesitate to contact us with questions, comments or concerns.
We look forward to seeing you 10 a.m. for Drive-In Worship. Sunday School After Service Under the Breezeway)
Have a Super Day!
Eure Baptist Church is located in Northeast North Carolina, just east of Highway 13 at 295 Corner High Road in Eure, North Carolina 27935
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Vacation Bible School
This years Vacation Bible School was a great success. Thank you to everyone who helped out and participated. See you next year!!
Sunday Worship Drive-In Service @ 10 a.m.
Sunday School @ After Worship Service in Breezeway
Watch Live Stream on Our Facebook page.
Dear friends and supporters of Eure Baptist Church,
We hope and pray that 2021 has begun well for you. In this message I
wish to share some important decisions by the church leadership, as well
as some thoughts from my heart.
We will continue DRIVE-IN worship Sunday mornings @ 10 a.m. indefinitely.
We have had a few services thus far where the temperatures were just above
freezing, but the folks in the vehicles say it is fine for them. Ronnie and I will
manage. If it is raining, sleeting, or snowing, or if temps are below freezing, we
will meet in the Fellowship Hall. Also, we are continuing Sunday School following
the worship service, meeting in the Fellowship Hall. If we get a warm Sunday, we
will meet under the Breezeway. I understand that a "one size fits all" Sunday School
class is less than ideal, but it is the best we can do right now.
We are also sharing a video Sunday School lesson and Sermon each week via
e-mails. I have 80 e-mails on my list. Usually the Sunday School lesson goes out
on either Monday or Tuesday, and the Sermon on either Thursday or Saturday. I
do know that a number of people watch these.
The final piece to the communication puzzle is our facebook page. This has proven
to be a huge success. We had over 300 people watch our Christmas Service the
Wednesday evening before Christmas, and one month we had over 500 watch one
or more of our services, or in some other way connect to our Eure Baptist Church
27935 facebook page. This social media platform garners views from many people
in the county (from a number of other churches) as well as from other countries around
My message to you from my heart is to be as positive as you can. Isolation is not
mentally or emotionally healthy, so stay as connected as you can. I have personally
taken a fast (it may be almost permanent) from watching news on TV. I'm too blessed
to be depressed, and the news is certainly "depressing." You might want to read more.
Over the past few months I've read about 5 of the books by Donna VanLier. She
wrote the Christmas Shoes, Christmas Blessing, and all of her books are inspiring,
with a "trust in God" theme. Just do some good things for yourself. Also, do what
you can to help others, to encourage others, to enrich the lives of others.
Know that you are loved!!!