First Visit

 

Thank you for visiting our website.
Green Street Baptist Church is a community of believers whose mission is to assist others in discovering and developing a relationship with Jesus Christ.  We do this by encouraging one another in the gospel, community, mission and discipleship.

As you pull into the parking lot off Phillips Avenue, you will see signs directing you to Guest Parking. After parking, please visit the Welcome Center (adjacent to the Worship Center) so that we may direct you further.  We are thankful for the abundance of our campus and realize that you may need assistance locating certain areas or choosing a class or worship service.

Whether you have always attended a church or you are just getting started, we look forward to hearing from you either by email or in person this Sunday.

Until then, here are some things that might make your visit to Green Street easier…Picture-0101

Directions and Parking

What about my children?

Meet our Pastor and Pastoral Staff

Meet our Support Staff

What we value & believe

How do I get involved?

Q. Where is Green Street Baptist Church located?
A. Our campus is located at the corner of Rotary Drive and Phillips Avenue in High Point (303 N Rotary Drive, High Point, NC 27262).  Directions

Q. Where do I park?
A. Look for the designated Guest Parking located off Phillips Ave. Someone will be there to help you. Our greeters and welcome center staff will be glad to point you in the right direction

Q. When are your Worship Services?
A.  There are two opportunities for Worship on Sunday mornings, 9:00am and 10:30am. Each service is blended in style with a dynamic Praise Team and Celebration Choir & Orchestra leading us in an amazing time of worship. (The 9:00am service is interpreted for the deaf).  More importantly than style is our desire for authentic worship that impacts each person at a personal level and calls us to an even greater commitment to Christ. Worship is first and foremost about God.

Q. What about Sunday School/Small Groups?
A. Green Street has something for everyone. One of the best ways to make connections, grow relationships, and be challenged in God’s Word is through Connection Classes. Our small group Bible studies (Sunday School) meet at 9:00am and 10:30am on Sunday mornings. One of our greeters at the Welcome Desk will help you to select the right class for you and help you to get there. In addition, our Women’s Ministry and Men’s Ministry provide various weekly, small-group Bible studies throughout the year.

Q. What should I wear?
A. You may see someone dressed in a suit and another person wearing jeans and flip flops. We are not so concerned about what you wear as much as we want you to have an authentic encounter with God. While our desire is for you to be comfortable in a day when styles vary so much, we would simply ask each person to exercise modesty.

Q. I still have some questions. How can I get more information?
A. Please feel free to call us at 336-841-4334 or email at gsbc@greenstreet.org

Q. What about my children?
A. Preschool: We offer childcare and Bible teaching for infants and older in a secure facility staffed by caring professionals. All of our childcare workers/volunteers receive a background check before working or serving with us. Children and parents are given matching badges that are checked when leaving the facilities.

Elementary: Kindergartners and children in grades 1–5 can enjoy dynamic Bible studies and large-group fellowship featuring a praise team, drama team, videos and much more. The same security system exists for Elementary as it does for Preschool.

Middle School: Classes are designed for 6th-8th grades and target many of the issues related specifically to this age group.

High School: We recognize the needs are a little different as students get older. We offer classes designed for 9th-12th grades in an effort to teach the Bible and address the issue related specifically to those in High School. We believe it is important to join families in preparing these students for their next step in life.

Q. How can I become a member?
A. There are several ways we accept new members into the fellowship. Our main concern is for you to know you have a personal relationship with Jesus and have committed your life to following Him. We want to partner with you in that process. One of our Pastors or Decision Counselors will answer your questions and guide you through this process.  [click here for more info…]

Q. If I want to serve in ministry, where do I start?
A. We welcome you!  We need you! Serving plays a major role, not only in the health of the church, but in your life as well. Please contact any of our ministry leaders or browse the volunteer opportunities listed on this site [Click here for more info…].