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 Sunday mornings at 10 A.M. for Sunday School and at 11 A.M. for Sunday Worship Services. 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.
Opal Askew - Glenn Bailey - Fay Behrends - Craig Bittinger - Shelia Boone - Jean Brinkley - Lee Britt - William Brown - Jesse & Helen Cogsdale - Greta Cuthrell - Harper Doughtie - Elizabeth Drake - Bob Duncan - Merita Earley - Sugar Eure - Donna Everett - Talynn Gurganus - Nathan & Phyllis Holowell - David Jarman - Barbara Knight - Leslie Lenzi - Debbie McGinnis - Jimmy Modlin - Denise Pearce - Martha Perry - Cindy Pierce - Romana Pitts - Delores Speight - Celia Stroud - William Taylor - Allen Wall - Barbara Wall - John Wester, Jr. - Kay Wiggins - Teresa Williams
Vacation Bible School 2017
This years Vacation Bible School was a great success. Thank you to everyone who helped out and participated. See you next year!!
Sunday School @ 10 a.m.
Sunday Worship Service @ 11 a.m.
Wednesday Prayer/Bible Study @ 7 p.m.
Wednesday Choir Practice @ 7:30 p.m.
Thursdays Committee Meetings @ 6:30 or 8 p.m.
Every 3rd Thursday WMU Meets @ 7 p.m.
Every 3rd Wednesday Senior Fellowship Meal @ Noon
Every 1st Sunday Children/Youth missions will meet, and Children's Church will meet all other Sundays for ages 6 and under, from 11:30-12:00 a.m.
Dear family and friends of Eure Baptist,
As I write today, summer is just about over. VBS this summer was a real hit
with 52 children enrolled, our largest ever for our church. VBS is about
community - providing a fun and Scripture-focused environment for kids to
Now we're starting our Fall ministry - it began today with Ladies Day with
the NC-WMU director Amy Boone. Our mission ladies are doing a great work -
providing school supplies for the county schools and making bibs for nursing
home residents. Our Fall Revival will be next Sunday with two locals - Doug
Lilley and Walter Johnston. I'm excited about what God will say to us through
these men. Then our 4th year of AWANA will kick off on September 29th.
For a moment, I'd like to talk about creating a life that extends beyond "self."
We live in a "me too" time of human history, but self-absorption, for whatever the
reason, is very unhealthy. Health comes from being a servant, putting the needs
of others first, investing in ministry and missions that goes far beyond "me." The
healthiest people in the world are those who do the little things (and sometimes
big things) to make life better for others. It's done in Gospel sharing, it's done
through intentional and random acts of kindness, it's done with positive words
and expressions of gratitude and thankfulness.
I pray this healthy person is you.
Start your day in prayer. Share the goodness that is Jesus.
Blessings, Pastor Wayne