Thank you for taking time to find out more about our church family. The Summit is a community of real people seeking a relationship with the living God. Our church provides a casual modern worship experience that allows people of all backgrounds an opportunity to seek a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.
The Summit is a non-denominational, non-charismatic church designed for Worship, Fellowship, Discipleship, Ministry, and Outreach. We are a casual place where real people from all walks of life can come to cultivate relationships with God and each other. Our preaching packs compelling and positive messages that can easily be applied to our lives in today’s world. Our worship team performs modern worship song selections that are entertaining and inspiring at the same time. You can learn more about God and yourself with our Small Group Program. There are countless opportunities to volunteer in our community or participate in events that benefit the entire world. We hold monthly fellowship events where we can cultivate new friendships and renew old ones. While The Summit remains non-denominational, we maintain a relationship with the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship [global and NC].
The Summit began with a Bible study group that met at the home of Jim and Lisa Dean in the spring of 2005. Nine persons gathered weekly for prayer and study in an attempt to seek the Lord’s direction in beginning a new church that reached out to those who did not attend church or those who had no personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
The Summit Church held its first worship service on September 11, 2005 at the Family Resource Center in Webster N.C. The dream was to begin a fresh worship experience that would honor God by bringing all who attend into a deepening relationship with Jesus Christ.
Since then the church has quickly grown into a vibrant community of faith that features creative worship, exciting fellowship, deepening discipleship, ministry for all ages and community outreach.
On September 10, 2006, The Summit moved to Cullowhee Valley School for Sunday worship gatherings. This allowed the congregation to accomodate space for worship, small groups and children’s ministry.