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Who We Are

North Wake Church is a community of believers seeking to do together the thing that Jesus said matters most—love God and love our neighbors.

Location and Service Times

1212 South Main St, Wake Forest, NC 27587
Sundays at 9:00AM and 10:45AM

*Masks Lovingly Urged with a Mask Required Section (Both Services)

Office Hours: 9:00AM–4:00PM M–Thur (Closed Friday)

Upcoming Events

January 2022

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  • Worship Service 1
  • Online Worship Service
  • Worship Service 2
  • Youth Gathering - All Campus
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  • Weekday Prayer (Women) Bldg. 601
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  • Weekday Prayer (Men) Bldg. 601
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  • Generations Men's Bible Study - 601
  • Celebration of the Life of Tammy Petway
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  • Worship Service 1
  • Online Worship Service
  • Worship Service 2
  • Gathering for Prayer
  • Youth Gathering - All Campus
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  • Weekday Prayer (Women) Bldg. 601
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  • Weekday Prayer (Men) Bldg. 601
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  • Generations Men's Bible Study - 601
  • Online Worship Service
  • Worship Service 1
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  • Youth Gathering - All Campus
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  • Weekday Prayer (Women) Bldg. 601
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  • Weekday Prayer (Men) Bldg. 601
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  • Generations Men's Bible Study - 601
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  • Online Worship Service
  • Worship Service 2
  • Youth Gathering - All Campus
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  • Weekday Prayer (Women) Bldg. 601
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  • Weekday Prayer (Men) Bldg. 601
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  • Generations Men's Bible Study - 601
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  • Winter 2022 Membership Class
  • Worship Service 1
  • Online Worship Service
  • Worship Service 2
  • Youth Gathering - All Campus
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TwelveTwelve: The North Wake Leader Blog

Celebrating Advent

In the Episcopal church of my childhood, there were no Christmas carols until Christmas Day.  Corporate prayers during Advent reminded us that we were “sorely hindered by our sins.”  The Book of Common Prayer suggests Mark 13:35-36 be read at the beginning of the service: “Watch ye, for ye know not when the master of the house cometh, at even, or at midnight, or at the cock-crowing, or in the morning; lest coming suddenly he find

Christmas Through the Eyes of An Adult

Read:  Jeremiah 33:14-16 I have heard it said that Christmas is more for children than adults.  In fact, the plea to see Christmas through the eyes of a child is echoed in advertisements, modern Christmas songs, and small wooden Christmas decorations put upon fireplace mantles. Some might argue that their own personal love for Christmas resembles a "child-like" joy with overwhelming enthusiasm and spontaneous verbal explosions of excitement.  (I acknowledge the validity to such claims) However, my zeal and

Advent is the Arrival of God the Shepherd

At North Wake, we're studying "Advent BC" -- Old Testament predictions of the coming Messiah. In our sermon Sunday, we will be looking in Ezekiel at one such prediction of a Shepherd. But here, I want to look at another time God taught His people through the prophet Isaiah. Behold, the Lord GOD comes with might,and His arm rules for Him;behold, His reward is with Him,and His recompense before Him. (Isaiah 40:10) We read, “God comes with might” because He is a victorious warrior. “His arm” (His military might) proves He is powerful over His enemy in this battle.  This shock

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