The Summit offers several ministries to help people find community and serve with others among their same walk of life. Check out some of the opportunities below.
The Young Pros ministry at The Summit Church is a place for young adults in their 20’s to mid-30’s to find specific teaching for their life stage, meet other young pros in RDU, and get connected to the life of the church.
For single adults in their 30s and 40s, this group has a mission to reach our city in the context of authentic, Christ-centered community. There are monthly dinners and other social gatherings and ministry opportunities scheduled for this group throughout the year.
This group is geared for the involvement of adults 55 years and older within the body, where their gifts and life experiences can be shared in spreading the Gospel to our community in a variety of ways. The ministry provides an environment where Summit Faithful members can put their faith into action while deepening their relationship with Christ and others.
For business women and men who are asking the question: how do I bring the Gospel to light on what I’m doing professionally? The link below will connect you to relevant resources such as books, articles, messages, and blogs related to living out your faith in your workplace, as well as keep you updated on monthly Gospel & Work Forums and events happening in the Triangle.
The Triangle has a vibrant and diverse healthcare community with tremendous influence locally, nationally, and internationally. This ministry is designed to connect healthcare professional interested in leveraging their skills to share the gospel in RDU and throughout the world.
Jesus was the first to elevate and value women in a culture that considered them little more than property. Our vision at The Summit Church is for women to grow in their intimacy with Jesus and be equipped to have kingdom impact on their family, in RDU, and throughout the world.
The Summit believes part of living as the family of God involves men raising up other men to see and live out God’s call on their lives. In a surrounding culture of confusion about manhood, we are praying for a movement of courage. We are asking God for a movement where men accept the call to live and lead as God designed them to.