Thank you for visiting our church website. FBC Creedmoor is located in southern Granville county and is easily accessible from both Raleigh and Durham. If you are looking for a place where you will be challenged, loved, and encouraged in your spiritual walk, then we hope you will give us an opportunity to be a part of that journey.
Sunday School is Back!
We are now offering Sunday School at 10:00 AM. There will be three classes that will all start with the same study on Discovering Your Spiritual Gifts. Join us and learn about your spiritual gifts and how you can use them to serve at FBCC.
Due to Sunday School, our OUTDOOR SERVICE will now meet at 9:00 AM starting June 6th. This is a “Drive-In” service held in the FBC Academy parking lot across from the church. Cars will be parked at safe distances from each other, and people are welcome to stay in their cars, or you can set up a camping chair in our outdoor seating area directly in front of the stage.
Our INDOOR SERVICE will continue to meet at 11:00 AM. Masks are now OPTIONAL for all people who have been FULLY VACCINATED! CHILDCARE IS PROVIDED AT THE 11:00 AM SERVICE for children that are Nursery age through Elementary.
Our Wednesday Night activities will be transitioning to our summer schedule soon. Please stay tuned for updates on those schedules.
You can view a Facebook Live broadcast of our Sunday Church Services by clicking HERE. Videos of our services are added to the church website and to our church YouTube Channel one or two days after they are broadcast live. You can watch previous church services by going to the SERMONS page on our website.
If you need additional information please call our church office at (919) 528-2351.
In an effort to get to know our deacon board leadership here at FBCC, we would like to share a little about each of them by sharing a photo and brief biography about them with the congregation. We have two deacons of the month each month, so we will share them as their month of service comes up. Our deacon board is put together with several individuals that are dedicated to praying and serving our FBCC family. Please feel free to reach out to any of them should you have any questions, concerns or would like to share with them.
June’s Deacons of the Month are Tommy Hardee and Peter Haines.
Native to NC, I was raised in Oxford, where as a twelve year old, at West Oxford Baptist Church I accepted Jesus as my personal savior. It would take quite a few years before I even began to figure out the Lord part. My mom, a nurse, once said, “It’s important that people be cared for. It’s also equally important, sometimes more so, that they feel cared for.” That statement, which defined my mother, means a lot to me. I graduated from J.F. Webb High School in 1966. Working my way through college with NC Parks and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, I graduated in 1970 from N.C. State University with dual degrees from the Schools of Forestry and Agriculture and Life Sciences. After graduation, a brief stint at Lee Dye Plant on third shift followed. In the summer of 1975 God proved he has a sense of humor by surprising me with a job, of all places, at the US Army Armament Command headquartered at Rock Island, Il. After completing my internship, I was assigned to Fort Eustis, VA. My son Michael, who died of cancer in 2001, and daughter Amanda were born in Virginia. In 1984 I transferred agencies from the U.S. Army Training Support Center to a civilian agency, the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences in RTP, and worked there as a Contracting Officer in biomedical research until 2016, when I retired after 42 years of federal service. I began attending FBCC in 1998. Doing so probably saved my life. I have had the privilege to develop wonderful friendships here, and have served as a Sunday school facilitator, VBS recreation coordinator, Upward basketball referee and coordinator of officials, and deacon. I enjoy officiating sports, hunting, fishing, camping, and other outdoor activities. I am happily married to Joy, whose name I think God inspired. I call her “Sunshine”. Thank you for allowing me to be, along with you all, In His Service.
My name is Peter Haines. My wife, Nelda, and I moved to Granville County in 2016, to be closer to family. We’ve been in the triangle area since 1977. Most of the time was in Durham, then we moved to Morrisville. We live in Stem and it is our retirement home. In retirement we have been busy transporting grandchildren to so many places and events. We love it. When we found FBCC we felt right at home. The first Sunday we visited the church, we were visited that afternoon by two very special men. The Sunday School class reached out to us and we were loved right into the class. Nelda and I met at the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago in 1968. We were married in her home church in 1971. Our daughter and her family in Granville County. Our son and his wife live in Greensboro. We have been active in all the churches where we’ve lived. Working with youth, teaching Sunday School; Nelda has played the piano and or organ in several churches. She has also directed the choir in a number of the churches. I have been on deacon boards in the last three churches we’ve attended. One of my most memorable experiences was a three week mission trip to Poland while they under martial law, and the communists still in control of the country. NC Baptist Men sent several groups to work on a Baptist church in Wroclaw, Poland. It was a miracle that I was even able to go on the trip. God used that trip to show me He’s working in our lives and lives of brothers and sisters around the world to accomplish His perfect will. It is so exciting to see it unfold right in front of you.
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