What to Expect

Time & Location

Location

630 N Patterson Ave
Winston-Salem, NC 27101

Service Times

Sundays 4PM + 5:30PM

Frequently Asked Questions

What's a Sunday like?

Two Cities Church exists to Love God, Love Each Other, and Love the World. Every Sunday, you will find passionate and authentic worship, gospel-centered preaching, and a vibrant kids ministry. Whether you’ve been around church all of your life or this is your first time stepping foot in a church, we want to make your experience welcoming.

What music do you sing?

At Two Cities, you will hear music at each and every gathering that is based on God’s Word and focused on God’s character.  Our goal is that each and every person present at our worship services would leave with a sense of awe and wonder at what Jesus has done for us. We strive to sing psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs (Colossians 3:16). 

How is the teaching?

At Two Cities, you will find our preaching expository in nature and gospel-centered in content. We focus on simply exposing what the Bible says in each passage while keeping in mind that all passages connect to the overarching story of the whole Bible. In light of this, each sermon should reflect the sum of the biblical narrative—that we ought to love God when we see His great love for us. We see His love most clearly in the sacrificial death of Jesus. The Gospel is always the point, and Jesus is always the hero of every sermon.

What about my kids?

At Two Cities, we love kids. Every Sunday, your children will learn about Jesus and the Gospel as they study through the Bible and see God’s amazing love towards them.  They will also have a lot of fun in the process as they sing live worship, play instructive games, and create amazing crafts.  Finally, you can expect that your child will be safe as a result of our incredible security and volunteer teams. For parents, we have full kids programming for kids in 5th grade and younger in all of our services.

Latest Teaching

Kyle Mercer - August 12, 2018

In Life and Death: Philippians 3:1-14

In very strong language, Paul urges the Church to watch out for the "Religious" amongst them. What does "Religious" mean in this context? How does an understanding of the Gospel contrast with this idea? Paul goes on to share about his resume and how it stacks up against the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus.

 

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Kyle Mercer - August 12, 2018

In Life and Death: Philippians 3:1-14

In very strong language, Paul urges the Church to watch out for the "Religious" amongst them. What does "Religious" mean in this context? How does an understanding of the Gospel contrast with this idea? Paul goes on to share about his resume and how it stacks up against the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus.

 

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Let us know you’re coming!

We want to make your first experience with us as easy and stress free as possible. Once you fill out the form below, just stop by the “First Time Guest” tent on your way in and we’ll make sure we have a volunteer ready to help you learn your way around.

We’re so excited to meet you!

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