We love college students!
In fact, King’s Park started as a campus ministry at UNC, in the 1980s. Since then, the church has moved off of the campus, but our passion is still the same: a belief that if we can reach college students, we can reach the world. We are an Every Nation Church directly connected with ENC campus ministries on most of the area campuses. King’s Park is a church of families, young adults, singles, and couples. We have many ways to get involved so check out our events calendar or sign up for our weekly online newsletter. If this is your first-time start here. Check out what’s going on on your campuses as well!
You’re invited to King’s Park International Church Sundays at 10 AM
If you’d like to get connected with friends at UNC, Duke and NCCU take a moment to fill out some basic info and we’ll get you connected. GET CONNECTED!
- David Liauw
- Betsabe Rodriguez
- Tiara Singletary
- Michael Wilson
Need A Ride?
Rides to church leave from the Davis ATMS and Ehaus lot at 9:30 AM every Sunday morning!
- Anthony and Marybeth Jorge
- Julia Bretz
- Tatiana Staley
Need A Ride?
Need a ride to King’s Park? Contact Anthony Jorge
Duke Graduates: Tuesdays, 12:00PM @ Flowers 201 on West Campus
Duke – ENC Duke – has several different meetings throughout the week, geared toward different pockets of students.
Thursday Night Live with Every Nation Campus Political Science (Edmonds) Building Room 105 7:30PM – 8:30PM
- Lynerd Tillery
- Iyahna Smith
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- Alan and Melissa Mitchell
- David Stremic
- Tyler and Jean Osborne
- Amy Barton
For more information, contact Alan.
Weekly or biweekly discussions in local homes to befriend internationals. Topics include the meaning of the Bible, personal and leadership development, as well as general interests.
Durham and Chapel Hill: Julia Yao & Todd and Rachel Schwartz | Saturdays 5:30PM | Contact Julia
Raleigh: John Gray | Alt Saturdays, 6:00PM | Contact John
Other activities include a day trip to Charlotte, Thanksgiving in homes and Vision Conference in Washington DC.