Audio/Live Sound
Maintaining the quality of sound produced in the sanctuary.
Led by Carlene Hetherman

Produces and maintains everything that appears on the screens in the sanctuary.
Led by Becky Ford

Creates lighting effects that are used during services, dramas, and special events.

Graphic Design and Photography
Takes high quality photographs, creates slideshows, and creates graphic designs for use by the ministry.
Led by Kit Hart

Radio Ministry
Prepares and submits recorded sermons for release on radio stations.
Led by Sam Schwartz

Tape and Book Ministry
Prepares and maintains all resources available for purchase.  Also provides resources to shut-ins, military, and families that have relocated or are deployed.
Led by Bobby King

Records services, edits dramas and special events for DVD release.





Multimedia Sources

Radio Programs and Times
Now covering 42 counties in North Carolina on:
97.9 FM    WNBB         8:00 am - 9:00 am Sunday mornings
90.9 FM    WAGO        7:00 am – 7:30 am Sunday mornings
91.1 FM    WAGO        7:00 am – 7:30 am Sunday mornings
88.7 FM    WAGO        7:00 am – 7:30 am Sunday mornings

Study Tools
Internet resources to help you get deeper in the Word.
• All in One

• Nave’s Topical Bible
• Baker’s Bible Atlas
• Nelson’s Bible Dictionary
• Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
• Vine’s Expository Dictionary of Biblical Words
• Commentaries
• Manners and Customs in the Bible
• Harmony of the Gospels
• Biblos Bible Study Tools

The 7 Feasts of the Lord 2017

All holidays begin at sundown on the evening before the date given.         

(1) Passover: April 12 (1day)

(2) Feast of Unleavened Bread: April 13 (7 days)

(3) Feast of First Fruits: April 16 (1 day)

(4) Pentecost: Feast of Weeks: June 4 (1 day)      

(5) Feast of Trumpets: October 3 (1 day)  

(6) Yom Kippur Day of Atonement: October 12 (1 day)       

(7) Sukkot Feast of Tabernacles or Ingathering: October 17 (7 days)


Passover: One of the most important feasts that God has granted because God promised to give us the forgiveness of our sins and eternal life.

The Feast of Unleavened Bread: Commemorates Christ's suffering on the cross (Lev. 23:6).

The day of firstfruits: The offering to be presented on the Day of Firstfruits, a sheaf of the first grain, was to be brought to God on the day after the Sabbath-that is, Sunday. The firstfruits stand for Christ, so it is only logical that Resurrection Day, when Jesus rose from death, would be on Sunday, the day after the Sabbath. By rising from the dead as the firstfruits of those who had fallen asleep, Jesus became the true offering of the Day of Firstfruits.

The Feast of Weeks: referred to in the New Testament as the "Pentecost," was celebrated 49 days after the Day of Firstfruits. On the fiftieth day, the Israelites presented a sheaf of the first grain to the LORD as a wave offering. The reason that this feast was named the "Feast of Weeks" was that there were seven Sabbaths between the Day of Firstfruits and the Pentecost (Lev. 23:15-16).

The Feast of Trumpets: The harvest time, during which the autumn crops are gathered, begins with the Feast of Trumpets. The Israelites held a sacred assembly, blowing their trumpets in order to prepare for the Day of Atonement.

The Day of Atonement: the day on which the sins that the Israelites had committed during the course of the year were atoned for (Lev. 23:27)

The Feast of Tabernacles: The last of the autumn feasts, and it is the final feast of the seven annual feasts. The Feast of Tabernacles was not only celebrated in the Old Testament times, but it was also commemorated in the New Testament times by Jesus and His apostles.