At Richland Creek Community Church, we are Christians who reach the lost, exalt the Savior, and equip believers for His Kingdom! There is a place here for you to worship, study the Word of God, and serve others with the gifts that God has given you.
Richland Creek Community Church is attracting people of all walks of life. Richland Creek is a dynamic, energetic, vision-oriented church that has made an all-out commitment to reaching people with the Good News of Jesus Christ. He is the hope of the world, and our hope as well!
We have ministries for people of all ages and stages of life, from preschoolers to senior adults, singles and married couples. Come see what makes Richland Creek a church where lives are changed.
Year Founded: 1996
Average Attendance: 2,500
3229 Burlington Mills Rd
Wake Forest, NC 27587-8866
Senior Pastor: David Sims
, (919) 556-9292
Content last updated: 7/12/2019 8:51:00 AM
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- 06:30 pm - Bible Study, AWANA, Overflow student worship
- 06:00 pm - Worship Service and Life Groups
Directions to Richland Creek
From Capital Blvd. turn east onto Burlington Mills Road. Richland Creek is approximately 1.2 miles on the left (Just after the stoplight at Burlington Mills Road and Ligon Mill Road).
From Wake Forest go south on South Main Street and turn left onto Ligon Mill Road. Turn left onto Burlington Mills Road and Richland Creek is immediately on the left.
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