Sundays at Summit Church you can expect to engage in a selection of contemporary Christian songs with a myriad of instruments and vocal performances. You can choose to listen or sing, sit or stand. Then, you will be presented with a Bible based message from our pastor or perhaps a guest speaker. 

You can expect the worship service to be about an hour long on most Sundays. Dress casually and comfortably. 

"But the hour cometh, and now is, when the true worshippers shall worship the Father in spirit and in truth: for the Father seeketh such to worship him."    John 4:23


Sunday Morning Sweets

Come a little early on Sunday morning to enjoy a fresh cup of coffee, tea or a bottle of water and a few Dunkin Donut Munchkins to get your worship experience off on the right foot. 

NEW! Community Bread Ministry

Come by the worship center on Wednesdays from 6:30 pm to 7 pm to pick up a bread blessing for your pantry. Thank you to Panera Bread Co in Aberdeen, our partner in this community support ministry. 

  • Message Series Beginning September 9th

    don't freak out

    From Matthew to Revelation in just ten weeks, it is worth every minute to get an entire set of new spiritual weapons for the fight of your life, so this is your chance to...LEVEL UP! 

    To make the most out of this REAL challenge...

    - commit to attend church every Sunday from September 9th to November 25th

    - commit to try a "gel group" for weekly meet ups (or maybe even facilitate one) 

    - commit to a daily reading from the New Testament* (20 minutes each day) 

    - commit to celebrate the completion of the challenge on Sunday, November 25th

    *Pick up a copy of the NKJV Bible from the worship center if you don't have one of your own. 

  • Message Series Beginning December 2nd

    All I Really Want for Christmas

    Discover how the "wants" on your Christmas list may be connected to REAL "needs" and how God can transform the "desires of your heart." 

    December 2nd

    December 9th

    December 16th

    December 23rd

    December 30th New Year, New You! (communion service)