Here are some answers to commonly asked questions. If you would like any additional information, please contact us.
Our address is 873 Prospect Church Rd. Dunn, NC 28334. The building is just to the west of the intersection of Crawford Rd. and Prospect Church Rd.
There are parking spaces around the building, as well as across Prospect Church Rd.
There are two main entrances to our building. From the main parking lot, there is a door that’s under an awning. This door will take you right into our children’s ministry area.
The other main entrance is on the front of our building and is between the columns on the front. This door will take you into our sanctuary.
At Prospect, you will be greeted by a group of loving people that are genuinely glad to see you. Our sanctuary is a traditional model with pews that are arranged in two sections. You are free to sit anywhere that makes you feel comfortable. We will sing (normally hymns), share announcements about upcoming events, pass an offering plate and hear a message from the Bible.
At Prospect, there is a wide range of dress for our worship services. You will see everything from suit and tie to t-shirt and shorts. Most people dress in what is considered “business casual.” We don’t have a dress code. Come as you are.
When you are our guest, we want you to feel valued and welcomed. Singing and financial giving are ways for our church family to participate in the worship service. You can participate as much or as little as you like.
Yes! We love children at Prospect.
We provide a nursery for infants through toddlers.
Our Sunday School classes are divided by age and your children will find a group of children that are close in age, and a teacher that is able to teach so that they will learn on a level that’s appropriate for them.
We also have Children’s Church during our morning worship service.
On Wednesdays (September-May), we use a curriculum provided by AWANA. Through AWANA, children are encouraged and empowered as they learn the Bible in ways that they will apply to their everyday lives.