Anderson Creek Community Church

Anderson Creek Community Church
Anderson Creek Community Church is listed in the Churches Baptist Southern category in Spring Lake, North Carolina. Displayed below are the social networks for Anderson Creek Community Church which include a Facebook page and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Anderson Creek Community Church on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 70.

Contact information for Anderson Creek Community Church is:
2085 Ray Rd
Spring Lake, NC 28390
(910) 436-0548

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Anderson Creek Community Church has an overall ZapScore of 70. This means that Anderson Creek Community Church has a higher ZapScore than 70% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Spring Lake, North Carolina is 38 and in the Churches Baptist Southern category is 48. Learn more about ZapScore

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Anderson Creek Community Church, SBC shared GodVine's post.
"Do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God." Isaiah 41:10
Fear. One of the enemy’s most popular weapons that he uses against us. Worry, anxiety, fear…can overwhelm us with a thick shadow of darkness, controlling our every move and decision. So much crazy going on around us ...

Anderson Creek Community Church, SBC shared's video.
A Prayer for Trusting God in Hard Times

For those of you who may not know, our Sunday Night Bible Study will now start at 6 PM instead of 7 PM! Please join us tonight & every Sunday Night. May The Lord bless & keep you all in His Care. Also, our Interim Pastor, Rev. Sam Harvin, is now our Pastor. Rejoice in The Lord with us for the many blessings that Pastor Sam & Ms. Cecelia have already shared with us & all the blessings The Lord has in store for us all. Please pray for Pastor Sam & Ms. Cecelia & our church family when The Lord brings them & us to your hearts & minds. Thank-you all for your prayers.

As of last night, we can get into the church parking lot by going over to the road they are working on near the Highgrove entrance or near the old Mason's Store (the Stop & Shop). It a rather rough & you need to go slow but you can get in. We have many who are struggling with health/medical issues, but hope to see all who are well enough at church this morning and may we all continue to lift each other in prayer.

Anderson Creek Community Church, SBC shared NC Baptist Men and Women Disaster Relief Ministry's photo.
North Carolina Baptist Men/Baptists on Mission Dedicate Lumberton Rebuild Center North Carolina Baptist Men/Baptists on Mission have dedicated a new base of operations for Hurricane Matthew disaster relief efforts in the Robeson County area. The Lumberton Rebuild Center will house and feed volunteers working in coming years to restore or rebuild storm-damaged homes. The 12,000-square-foot warehouse facility was purchased and renovated by N.C. Baptist Men/Baptists on Mission. Situated on a four-acre site, the Rebuild Center, at 141 Avent Rd., is near Interstate 95, exit 17. Previously, Hyde Park Baptist Church served as the area’s response site. The Lumberton Rebuild Center Dedication was a ceremony of thanks and praise for the many ways God is allowing Baptists to respond in the hurricane’s aftermath. Prayers were voiced for people affected by the hurricane, for volunteers who have and will respond, for the building facility and for the Lumberton/Robeson County area. “Lumberton was really ground zero for Hurricane Matthew,” said Richard Brunson, executive director of N.C. Baptist Men/Baptists on Mission. “The rebuilding stage is really what this building is about.” Rebuild efforts also are being coordinated at four other Eastern North Carolina sites—Windsor, Goldsboro, Warsaw, and Black River Pender County, added Brunson. Site Coordinator Billy Layton said the facility can daily accommodate as many as 150 disaster relief volunteers. Multiple sleeping rooms, a kitchen, dining/fellowship area, tool and equipment room, restroom/showers, office, and outdoor prayer garden are key features of the center. “There are lots of people to thank for this building and I especially want to thank Mayor (Bruce) Davis who connected us with Jim Driscoll,” said Brunson. “I want to thank Jim Driscoll and his family for selling this building to us. And for the volunteers who did so much of the work on this building to renovate and set it up as a place to house, feed, and coordinate the many rebuilding jobs that will be done through this place in the next few years. “Most importantly, we want to dedicate this building and these efforts to the Lord,” concluded Brunson. Lumberton’s mayor remarked, “This is an awesome commitment that Baptist Men have made. I cannot say how much I appreciate Baptist Men, without groups like them we could not achieve the goal of putting our community back together.” The mayor introduced several guests instrumental in recovery and relief efforts following the October 8, 2016 hurricane. Mike Sprayberry, director, N.C. Emergency Management, told the gathering of Baptists and government officials, “Baptist Men and Women are the ‘go to’ volunteer agency in North Carolina. We are partners. We are blessed to have North Carolina Baptist Men and Women.” He added, “I know that when Baptist men and women come into our EOC (Emergency Operations Center) we become a better EOC. We are so appreciative, humbled, and inspired by what you do. It is such a great mission helping disaster survivors out there. “Right now I can feel the Lord’s presence in this room. We know that this mission is the Lord’s mission. I just want to tell you how much you are appreciated and loved. God bless each and every one of you,” said Sprayberry. North Carolina Baptists offering dedicatory prayers and encouragement included: John Butler, executive leader, Business Services, Baptist State Convention of N.C; Mike Cummings, director of missions, Burnt Swamp Baptist Association; Robert Simmons, NCBM/Baptists on Mission president; Alan Taylor, director of missions, Robeson Baptist Association; and Tammy Weeks, NCBM/Baptists on Mission prayer coordinator. Mayor Davis read a Proclamation of Thanks declaring North Carolina Baptist Men and Baptists on Mission Day just before the official ribbon cutting ceremony. Surrounded by program participants, Director Brunson wielded scissors cutting the ceremonial ribbon. Gaylon Moss, N.C. Baptist Men/Baptists on Mission disaster relief coordinator, offered the closing prayer of thanks and blessing. Tours of the Rebuild Center followed lunch prepared by disaster relief feeding volunteers.