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Worship with Us

Summer Worship Schedule *Memorial Day- Labor Day*

9:00 am Worship on Paradise Lane, Norwood, NC

Followed by Coffee and Conversation

Indoor Worship Schedule *Sunday after Labor Day-Sunday before Memorial Day*

9:00 am Worship in the Sanctuary

10:00 am Sunday School

Worship at Randall is where you can grow in your relationship with God as well as in your relationship with our community! We believe that worship is the place where we come to experience God's presence as we gather with other believers! Worship at Randall changes with the seasons! During our summer months we worship outdoors, by the lake where we invite you to come as you are, on foot or by golf cart, in flip flops or shorts, we welcome you just as you are! As the weather changes and we enter the cooler months we move inside but invite you to bring your casual attire with you! Though we worship indoors from Labor Day until Memorial Day, our atmosphere is still relaxing and casual!

Current Worship Series


This month as we prepare for our lake ministry and ministry with water, we are taking time to explore Jesus's ministry with water. Join us as we explore stories of Jesus and his ministry with water!

Upcoming Worship Series


A disciple is a follower. That means there must be someone to follow and that someone wants followers. Considering that, in the gospel accounts, Jesus said “follow me” more often than he said, “believe in me,” we can be confident that there is a call to follow laid upon anyone and everyone who seeks to draw closer to Christ. Yet even a cursory reading of the gospels will reveal that Jesus never undersold this call. He never tried to convince us that following was an easy or a simple thing. So, we begin our summer worship contemplation with consideration of the weight of the call. Throughout this four-part series, we listen again to the call of the whole people of faith, when God called Abraham to be the beginning – the genesis – of a new nation. Then we lay this ancient call alongside the words and deeds of Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew as he confirms and enhances and redirects the call to be the church at work in the world. But here in part one, we are especially mindful of the radical nature of the call to leave everything behind and to live into a new reality, only then to discover the added responsibility of inviting the whole world to come to know the one we follow. Jump in as we consider the weight of the call.

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