HOLLY SPRINGS UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
"That they may all be one" John 17:21
Building a great community...where everybody is somebody and Christ is all.
Pastor Jamal H. Brown, M.Div.
WHO WE ARE
We are a local family-oriented church established in 1871; therefore, we have a rich history rooted in the town of Holly Springs, NC and communities throughout Wake County. We recognize the sacraments of Holy Communion and Baptism and believe that the Bible is the inerrant Word of God, inspired by the Holy Spirit, and holy men of God.
At Holly Springs, we believe in good preaching, good teaching, good singing, and good fellowship. 2 Corinthians 3:17 says “…where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.”
At Holly Springs UCC, we freely and boldly worship the Lord. We invite you to worship with us on the hill where the love of God abounds.
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At Holly Springs United Church, we are dedicated to stepping up our efforts in addressing the social distance issue. But through cooperation and community empowerment, we believe we can facilitate progress in this area.
We are always striving to make a difference, and invite you to learn more and lend your support.
STUDY WITH US
Wednesday Bible Study
7:00 to 8:00 pm
The Bible remains the only source of divine revelation and power that can sustain you as a Christian in your walk with God.
Changing Our Hearts With Prayer
Call-in Number: 563-999-2110
Access Code: 677460#
We stand firmly on God’s promises that when we call Him, He will answer (Isaiah 65:24). Our prayer team is available to intercede on your behalf and take your request before God.
CONTACT HOLLY SPRINGS UNITED CHURCH
116 3rd St, Holly Springs, NC 27540, USA
The symbol of the United Church of Christ comprises a crown, cross and orb enclosed within a double oval bearing the name of the church and the prayer of Jesus, "That they may all be one" (John 17:21).
It is based on an ancient Christian symbol called the "Cross of Victory" or the "Cross Triumphant." The crown symbolizes the sovereignty of Christ. The cross recalls the suffering of Christ—his arms outstretched on the wood of the cross—for the salvation of humanity. The orb, divided into three parts, reminds us of Jesus' command to be his "witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria and to the ends of the earth" (Acts 1:8).
The verse from Scripture reflects our historic commitment to the restoration of unity among the separated churches of Jesus Christ.
STATEMENT OF FAITH
We believe in God, the Eternal Spirit, Father of our Lord Jesus Christ and our Father, and to his deeds we testify:
He calls the worlds into being, creates man in his own image and sets before him the ways of life and death.
He seeks in holy love to save all people from aimlessness and sin.
He judges men and nations by his righteous will declared through prophets and apostles.
In Jesus Christ, the man of Nazareth, our crucified and risen Lord,he has come to us and shared our common lot, conquering sin and death and reconciling the world to himself.
He bestows upon us his Holy Spirit, creating and renewing the church of Jesus Christ, binding in covenant faithful people of all ages, tongues, and races.
He calls us into his church to accept the cost and joy of discipleship, to be his servants in the service of men, to proclaim the gospel to all the world and resist the powers of evil, to share in Christ's baptism and eat at his table, to join him in his passion and victory.
He promises to all who trust him forgiveness of sins and fullness of grace, courage in the struggle for justice and peace, his presence in trial and rejoicing, and eternal life in his kingdom which has no end.
Blessing and honor, glory and power be unto him.