Sundays: 9am Bible Study, 10am Worship 336-885-6016

Join us December 9, 2022, at 6:30pm for a showing of Theirs is the Kingdom

After the showing there will be an interview with the director Christopher Zaluski, assistant professor at Wake Forest University’s Documentary Film Program.  Light refreshments will be served. 

Theirs is the Kingdom is a documentary that follows the rare creation of a contemporary fresco mural inside the sanctuary of a small church in Asheville, NC. This is a painting not of the rich and powerful, but of people battling homelessness, addiction, and mental illness.

Click button below for more information regarding the film.

Wednesday Morning 

Bible Study

@ 11 am. All are invited to join.

Coffee & Snacks Provided

This semester we will be going through

the Gospel of Matthew and the Writings (Ketuvim).

All Church Christmas Cheer

Thursday, December 15th – 6pm-7:30pm in the Fellowship Hall

Join us for a salad & pizza supper, crafts,  hot cocoa, & caroling!

Emerywood Baptist Church –1300 Country Club Drive, High Point, NC 27262

336-885-6016 –[email protected]

Welcome to Emerywood Baptist Church

We’re a church for both the head and the heart, combining passion for the gospel with serious thought about the teachings of the Bible. We are a church that lives out three disciplines: “Think” “Live” and “Serve.”

These create a roadmap for discipleship that we strive to follow faithfully. As we follow them, we are able to connect to others, build relationships and open our lives to God and each other.

Join Us

There are a host of things happening here at Emerywood. We hope you have the opportunity to check them out!

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Sunday Activities

9:00am Adult Sunday School
10am Worship
11am-1pm Youth Vespers
11am Godly Play (2nd & 4th Sundays)



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1300 Country Club Dr
High Point, NC 27262

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“Our commitment to being an inclusive church is not based on a social theory or the ways of the culture, but our belief that the outstretched arms of Jesus on the cross are a sign of the very love of God reaching out to us all."