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We’re so glad you’re checking us out. Our desire is to be a vibrant community of believers following Jesus, worshipping God, loving one another, and seeking to do good in the world.


Seek the lost, Build up the found, Transform the city through Jesus Christ.

What day and time are your services?

Our worship services are held on Sunday mornings at 8:30am + 11:00am.  

How do I get to Church of the Apostles?

We are located just north of the I-440 Beltline in between Six Forks Road and Wake Forest Road at the corner of St. Albans Drive and Church at North Hills Street. Click here for directions.

Where should I park

Visitor and accessible parking is available at the main entrance.  There is also free parking in the North Hills deck adjacent to our building.

How long is a typical service?

Our services last about 1 hour and 15 minutes.

How do people dress at Church of the Apostles?

People come to Apostles in a wide array of attire. You will see people in anything from jeans to suits and dresses.

What is your worship style?

In our worship, we follow the same liturgy Christians have followed for centuries, but with modern language, fresh songs and prayers, and an expectation that God speaks and leads us. Our services are marked by awe and reverence for God, but also filled with relaxed joy because of God’s gracious love.

We sing both classic and contemporary hymns accompanied by musicians who are part of our community. We pray for our city, our church, and the world. We read portions of Scripture and hear a sermon that relates God’s Word to our life. And each week our service culminates in the Lord’s Supper, a celebratory feast open to all baptized Christians to celebrate our communion with God and one another.

What does it mean to be an Anglican Church?
Do you offer Sunday School?

During the school year (September-May) we offer programs for both adults and children during the 10:00 hour.

What do you have for children on Sunday mornings?

During our Sunday services, we offer care for infants, as well as a children’s worship for kids PreK-5th grade. Our childcare workers provide a safe and nurturing environment for our children to play, sing, and have a Bible lesson before rejoining the service right before the Eucharist.

What do you have for youth in middle school and high school?

Our regular youth programming and small groups meet on Wednesday and Sunday nights (respectively). Other social and discipleship programs go on throughout the year.