The Summit Church

The Summit Church

J.D. Greear, Robert Bouwer, Keith Baldridge
Baptist – Southern Baptist
Durham, North Carolina
Founded: 1961
Locations: 1
Attendance: 8259

2021 As Compared To 2020

Online Attendance

Churches were surveyed in 2021 and asked what their online weekly attendance average was like between February-March in 2020 and what it was like in February-March in 2021. Outreach calculated the growth based on the church's response.
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In-person Attendace

Churches were surveyed in 2021 and asked what their in-person attendance was like between February-March in 2021 compared to what it was like in February-March in 2020 (pre-COVID). Outreach calculated the growth based on the church's response.
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Salvations

Churches were surveyed in 2021 and asked what their in-person attendance was like between February-March in 2021 compared to what it was like in February-March in 2020 (pre-COVID). Outreach calculated the growth based on the church's response.
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About The Summit Church

We′re for people. We′re for our community. We don′t believe the church should be a cultural ghetto, isolated from the rest of the world. We believe that God is the Author of culture and the original Master of creativity. We want to take the kingdom of God into the arts, business, education—and every other dimension of our community. We believe that the real “ministry” happens outside the church, not inside our auditorium on the weekend.

We′re not into superficial answers or spiritual quick fixes. We don′t believe the way to restore our hearts or our families is found in psychological techniques or behavior modification strategies. We must turn from our self-worshiping, self-serving lifestyles and experience the radical, life-changing love of God in the gospel of Jesus Christ and become the followers of God we were created to be.

Believers should be “belongers.” You can’t be a spectator in the body of Christ, so our communities ought to be places where people know and are known. Through local small groups, children’s and student ministries, and regional campuses, we want to be in your community.

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