This time of year often leaves people searching for the true meaning of the season or simply just searching for answers. If you are in need of some spiritual guidance or a place to worship, you can start right here.
Last year we did a call out to our readers asking if they loved their church and wanted to tell others about it. We asked them to send us their church information along with a few sentences about why they liked it.
I have posted our list below, but this blog is also archived under the “Family Life – Religion” category, as well as on our Directories page If you have a favorite church and it is not listed, no fear! Simply email Rachel@triadmomsonmain.com and we can add your listing to this directory at any time. Click on the name of any church to go directly to its website!
2252 Queen St.
Lauren F. says: Christ Church is special in the way they take care of their community, with no strings attached. The congregation is small, but their hearts are huge.
Ardmore Baptist Church
501 Miller Street
Mackenzie W. says: Ardmore Baptist is a great place to worship with wonderful ministers and music. They have lots of classes/opportunities for people of all ages.
Susan S. says: Great church with a fabulous children’s ministry and youth program – very friendly and welcoming!!
Calvary Baptist Church of King
536 S. Main St
Jolene C. recommends this church.
Emerywood Baptist Church
1300 Country Club Drive
High Point 27262
Jayna P. recommends this church.
Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church
2205 W. Market Street
Amy P. says: We feel our faith strengthened whenever we are at OLG. Best of all, it is family friendly and we have met amazing friends through our fellowship here.
St. Leo the Great
335 Springdale Ave
Rachel H. says: To me, going to church should always feel like you are coming home. That is how I feel at St. Leo’s. It is warm, friendly, and full of people who I know would do anything for me. I find that I have so much in common with other families I have befriended through church. Both of our current priests are wonderful!
St. Pius X Catholic Church
2210 North Elm Street
Greensboro, NC 27408
Shannon B says: St. Pius is a large congregation with a small feel. It is full of young families and has a beautiful emphasis on outreach. Monsignor challenges us each week to live the life that God wants us to live in a way that makes you never want to miss mass. St. Pius also has a wonderful elementary and middle school with a caring and dedicated staff.
St Mary’s Episcopal Church
108 W. Farriss Avenue
High Point, 27262
Nicole S. recommends this church.
St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church
2575 Parkway Drive
Kristin M. says: St. Timothy’s is a very family-friendly church with a well-designed program for children beginning at preschool and running through high school. The music is gorgeous and there are lots of activities that you can get involved with.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
520 Summit St.
Heather says: St. Paul’s has a strong Christian formation program and programs for young adults and families. The clergy is wonderful; I feel that every member of my family is growing and supported in faith, which is very important to me.
201 Oakwood Dr
Winston Salem, NC 27103
Rebecca says: The congregation at Temple Emanuel is amazing. I never felt like a newcomer when I walked through the door. I felt like I had always been a member of this family.
St. Michael Lutheran Church
100 Skeet Club Rd
High Point 27265
Juli B says: St. Michael is a small but warm congregation in High Point. The services focus on grace and love, and the majority of the congregation are extra grandparents to any little ones who attend. Families are encouraged to grow with us. The nursery was recently wired with live video feed so you won’t miss anything when you are taking care of your little ones!
Maple Springs United Methodist Church
2569 Reynolda Rd.
Monica C. says: Maple Springs UMC is a very warm church that welcomed my family last year when we were looking for a new church. There is a great feeling of community, church suppers, and kid’s activities/choirs. There’s even a Chinese worship center which is very popular.
Grace United Methodist Church
438 West Friendly Avenue
Stefanie M. says: Grace UMC is a warm and friendly church that offers a variety of services and programs for families and their children. There are three different worship services, ranging from contemporary to traditional, which allows each family to find the service that best meets their needs. Along with all of the wonderful ministries offered at Grace UMC,an open and friendly congregation, monthly Mom’s Night Out, Men’s Breakfast Meetings and various other small groups and Bible studies.
Abby says: I love our church because it always so welcoming to new members and embraces their original members. We have so many young families that are helping it grow! It’s an awesome church that really teaches the word of the lord.
Guilford College United Methodist Church
1205 Fleming Rd.
Shannon M. says: The children’s and youth ministries are wonderful, but so is the adult ministry. The congregation is kind and loving and as a single-mom I love the fact that my daughter says of many of the women “she is like a second mom to me”. The men are equally as kind and encouraging to me and my daughter. The membership is large enough you can blend in to the congregation if that is your wish, but once you attend I doubt you will. On the other hand, the members are very engaged and seeing the same faces week after week at worship service and other events give it a small church intimacy.
Pine Grove United Methodist Church
1130 Jonestown Rd.
Jennifer F. says: Pine Grove UMC has an amazingly friendly and welcoming congregation and a pastor who listens to all concerns and is lighthearted and sincere!
West Market Street United Methodist Church
302 West Market Street
Leslie M. says: I love our church because it is an older church in downtown Greensboro that is strongly oriented toward serving the community. I love being able to serve alongside the friends I worship with because it gives us the opportunity to put our faith in action. As a mother of two, I also appreciate that there is a strong focus on children’s activities, Bible study and women’s fellowship groups.
New Philadelphia Moravian Church
4400 Country Club Rd.
Winston-Salem 27104 3
Tina S. and Shannon K. say: This is a very welcoming church which offers a large, traditional Moravian service at 9:00 a.m. and then a smaller, blended service at 11:10 a.m. There are programs for people of all ages offered at our church.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
The congregation you attend is based on your home address.
Visit the website above to find a meetinghouse near you.
Samantha K. says: The church is very family oriented, but also has programs for single adults. All the leadership is lay and everyone has an assignment to help the church run smoothly, including members of the congregation giving the ‘sermons’. I can travel almost anywhere in the world and attend the same church service and very frequently, even have the same lessons that are taught where I would normally attend church.
Agape Faith Church
2101 Lewisville-Clemmons Rd.
Kristy L says: One of the main reasons I love my church is because it is so diverse. We have all races and nationalities that attend. We have awesome Praise & Worship that is current. Our pastor is very energetic and delivers a relevant message every Sunday & Wednesday.
The Bridge Fellowship, Inc.
1080 Old Greensboro Rd.
Kernersville, 27284 3
Darlene recommends this church!
Inside Meadowlark Elementary School
401 Meadowlark Drive
10:30 am Sundays
Shannon F says: G3 Methodist Church is a new congregation that is God and community driven. They currently meet at Meadowlark Elementary School. It is a casual environment (you can wear jeans) with amazing worship – contemporary music with a band and excellent pastor with relevant messages geared toward everyday life. Everyone is so welcoming, and my son loves the children’s ministry. They truly offer a community environment to GATHER joyfully, GROW spiritually, and GO faithfully in God. REVO Church
251 N. Spruce St
Meets at the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts.
Kathleen G. says: REVO Church exists to spark a revolution of life change through Jesus. We believe that the message of Jesus Christ has the power to change lives, and we seek to be visible witnesses to the love of Christ. If you attend REVO, you can expect to be loved and served in a big way on Sunday morning. You can expect every detail of your visit with us to already have been considered, discussed, and prayed over. You can expect to feel comfortable and at home from the moment you pull in the parking lot. You can expect authentic and genuine worship. Come join the revolution!
The Summit Church
4440 High Point Road
Stacy L. recommends this church!
First Presbyterian Church in Greensboro
617 N. Elm St.
Lisa W. says: There are always lots of activities going on including 2 preschools, VBS, children’s choirs for ages 3 and up, Sunday school, and summer camps. There are many activities for parents of young children as well including a moms’ Bible study group, parenting skills classes, and Sunday school groups. The church also puts a great emphasis on outreach which is something we really want to instill in our children as well. It is a great place to worship, learn, serve, and meet lots of wonderful people!!
Parkway Presbyterian Church
1000 Yorkshire Rd
Stephanie R. says: Our focus as a congregation is to be “a servant church”, serving the needs of our community and our world. We are open and welcoming, and have a strong base of families, and folks of all ages.
Redeemer Presbyterian Church
1046 Miller St
Melissa says: Our church is a very welcoming community. We have a mix of traditional & contemporary, old and young. It is a growing church with a focus on community, families, and missions.
River Oaks Community Church
1855 Lewisville-Clemmons Road
Tammy W. says : Our family started going there when our daughter was 10. It was so important for us to find a church home where our daughter could find a peer group and friends. She quickly became involved in the Kids ROCC program and loved it. She continued through Tween Roc program and then excitedly went into ROC Youth. Where she enjoyed many missions activities locally, in the US and out of the country. She continues to stay in touch with the all of the youth leaders and considers them both friends and mentors. They also have a MOMS group that meets every week. Mothers of Many Seasons is a great mom support group. The MOMS program is designed to meet the growing needs of women by helping them grow in their faith and create Christ-centered homes. We truly feel that we are part of a family at ROCC.
2937 N. Main St.
High Point, NC
Selina Wheeler says: I am the Children’s Pastor at Greenwood Hills Wesleyan Church on North Main Street in High Point. We are a wonderful church with much to offer any family. We are now going through a process of redefining our missions statement and much of what we intend to do in the future is to reach out to and aid families. We are excited about this new vision God has given us, and can’t wait to see how He unfolds it all. We have a wonderful children’s program (of course I would think so), a great youth group, and many things for young adults as well as senior adults. We offer a more contemporary service at 9am on Sunday mornings and a more traditional service at 11am. We have children’s ministry during both services. Greenwood Hills Wesleyan Church is a GREAT place to worship and be part of a loving family!