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Sunday Worship

"Oh, the depth of the riches and wisdom and knowledge of God! How unsearchable are his judgments and how inscrutable his ways! “For who has known the mind of the Lord, or who has been his counselor?” “Or who has given a gift to him that he might be repaid?” For from him and through him and to him are all things. To him be glory forever. Amen. I appeal to you therefore, brothers, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is your spiritual worship."

Romans 11:33-12:1

Why do we worship God

Worship is the act of glorifying God and enjoying him. To Him is due from angels and men, and every other creature, whatsoever worship, service, or obedience He is pleased to require of them (Rev 5:12-14). We worship the one true God as both creator and savior (Deut 6:4; 1 Thes 1:9). All creation is called to worship the Triune God (Ps 100) Although all creation is called to worship God at all times, Christians believe that the gathering together for public worship.

"Each moment of every day belongs to God and is to be lived before His presence, in submission to His lordship, and to His honor and glory. It is also necessary that a due proportion of time be set apart for offering to God that worship which He has commanded all people to give (Ps 95-100) Such worship is to be given individually, in families, and in corporate gatherings of public worship." (Directory of Public Worship II.2)

Throughout all of creation God has set apart one day in seven to be Holy, (Ex 20:8) following Jesus resurrection the church has gathered to worship on the Lord's Day, Sunday, to worship the Triune God. God calls his people to worship him through the reading, hearing, and preaching of His Word, the singing of Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual songs, (Eph 5:19; Col 3:16) administration of the sacraments and offering up of prayers. All of this pointing towards the glory of the Triune God and enjoying his great goodness.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you have any other questions about Adams Farm Community Church please contact us.

How long does the service last?

Generally speaking, the service will go for an hour and fifteen minutes. Sometimes due to communion, the service will go for an hour and twenty-five minutes.

Do you provide Child Care?

Yes, child care is provided in our nursery for infants to two-year-olds during the 10:00 am morning worship service. Two trained volunteers utilize the First Look curriculum from Orange to teach Bible stories, sing songs, and care for the infants (Find out more).

Do you have Children's Church?

Yes, We encourage families to worship together on Sunday Morning. Following the Children’s message, children are allowed to go to their age-appropriate classrooms, or children can stay with their parents and hear the sermon. The trained volunteers will teach Bible lessons using curriculum from Orange, rethink Group. Children from the Nursery and Preschool will follow the First Look curriculum and students from Kindergarten to 5th grade will follow 252 Basics.

Do adults who work with children have background checks?

Yes, all our adult volunteers are trained yearly through our PYC Policy (Protect Your Children), this includes having a background check done when they first do the training. If you would like to find out more about our Policy with working with Children please contact our Children's Ministry Director, Emily Mack.

Do you have Sunday School?

We have serval ways you can be involved in church activities prior to our time of worship; we have a prayer time starting at 9:15 AM and we also have a class that meets at 9:00 AM called Anatomy of Faith. We do have weekly small groups who meet at different times and destinations and you can find out more here.

What type of music do you have?

Our music ranges from contemporary songs to some hymns. We have a variety of different musicians who serve on our music team who all bring different styles, genres, and experience into our music. The best way to find out is to join us on Sunday morning at 10:00 AM.

What should I wear?

We believe the most important aspect of worship is the heart of the one worshiping not the clothes on their back (1 Sam 16:7). We welcome everyone, some people wear their 'Sunday best' and others come in more casual attire.

How often do you have communion?

The Lord's Supper is administered monthly to the Congregation. We celebrate communion on the first Sunday of every month.

What happens if it snows?

We encourage everyone to attend on snow days if it is safe for you to get to church. Our deacons prepare the church to make it safe;  salt and clean sidewalks. In the 25 years of our history, we have met every Lord's Day to Worship God together. Other events follow the Guilford County School System.

"Joy and thanksgiving expressed in prayer and praise according to the Word of God are the heart of the Church's worship." -John Calvin

Means of Grace

The outward and ordinary means whereby Christ communicateth to us the benefits of redemption, are his ordinances, especially the Word, sacraments, and prayer; all which are made effectual to the elect for salvation.

The Word

How is the Word made effectual to salvation?
The Spirit of God maketh the reading, but especially the preaching of the Word, an effectual means of convincing and converting sinners, and of building them up in holiness and comfort, through faith, unto salvation. (WSC 89)

The Sacraments

What is a sacrament?
A sacrament is a holy ordinance instituted by Christ, wherein, by sensible signs, Christ, and the benefits of the new covenant, are represented, sealed, and applied to believers. (WSC 92)


What is prayer?
Prayer is an offering up of our desires unto God, for things agreeable to his will, in the name of Christ, with confession of our sins, and thankful acknowledgement of his mercies. (98)