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 - Jesse & Helen Cogsdale - Greta Cuthrell - Harper Doughtie - Elizabeth Drake - Bob Duncan - Merita Earley - Sugar Eure - Donna Everett - Kevin Felton - Wayne Gardner - Talynn Gurganus - Brian Holloman - Nathan & Phyllis Holowell - David Jarman - Barbara Knight - Leslie Lenzi - Debbie McGinnis - Jimmy Modlin - Denise Pearce - Martha Perry - Cindy Pierce - Romana Pitts - Mike Sausedo - 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 friends, family, and supporters of Eure Baptist Church,
Today I am writing a Christmas message. I wish to share a biblical
thought and a practical, every day living thought.
The birth of Jesus hardly made a dent in the Roman world. There was
no newspaper announcement, no royal proclamation, nothing. In fact, if
you had interviewed 100 people on the streets of Jerusalem or Rome that
day, they would have had zero knowledge of the birth of a new king. Only
a very few citizens of that time even knew of the birth of Jesus the Christ.
So out of a several million people, who knew?
Joseph and Mary, for sure.
And then there were some animals, but did they really know?
People may wonder why so few had any knowledge of the birth of
the Christ child. Shepherds? What was special about them? According
to biblical scholars, they were very, very low on the social ladder. So
low they hardly registered.
But Jesus was born, and His birth would prove to be the most magnificent
and glorious human birth ever.
As you celebrate Christmas this year, I am sure there are traditions that mean
much to you. Let me share some of the traditions that I have enjoyed; unfortunately,
I don't get to do all of them every year. The Pierce's Train Land, Christmas Town @
Busch Gardens, The Hanging of the Greens, Christmas Cantata, the Candlelight
Tour, Mall Shopping, Christmas parties, Caroling, Advent Candles, Christmas Eve Service
and the list can go on and on. Much of what makes Christmas special to me is the
church family and my own family. We did something new for us this year - we
got a "real" Christmas tree for our living room. It makes the house smell different, perhaps
a bit more festive.
Here is my message: Celebrate Christ. Celebrate with your family, biological and
church. Do a mission project. Help someone else. Pay it forward. And don't get
caught up in the hustle and bustle - take time to be holy (which means setting yourself
apart to worship).
Hope to see you on Sundays or on Christmas Eve.
Many Blessings, Pastor Wayne
Many Blessings, Pastor Wayne