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Everyone has a next step to take in their relationship with Jesus Christ. Contact us to help discover your next step!


Is offered freely to all who accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior, who by His own blood obtained eternal redemption for the believer. When we turn from our sins and turn to Jesus in faith we are saved. Salvation includes regeneration, sanctification, and glorification. If you would like to pray with someone about your decision, please contact our prayer team.


No matter where we are in life, there is a next step of faith for everyone. Next Steps


Baptism is an act of obedience symbolizing the believer’s faith in a crucified, buried, and risen Savior. We offer a Baptism Sunday once a month during our services. Please refer to our events calendar for our upcoming dates and email us at to schedule an appointment with a pastor.


Membership at Currey Creek Church begins with becoming a follower of Jesus Christ, then an agreement upon the church’s core beliefs. We offer our Discovery Class quarterly as an introduction to Currey Creek's philosophy of ministry and to learn how to get connected into one of our ministries. Our next class is November 14th.  For more details on this event, click here

To access our Annual Report, please do so here.


Ready to get plugged into Currey Creek? As a part of the Currey Creek body of believers, we all have a responsibility to serve our church. Visit our Serve page and explore opportunities to see where your gifts would best be used!


Currey Creek offers discipleship opportunities throughout the year to grow your faith and fellowship with believers. Our Creek Institute classes, Bible studies, and small groups are designed to enrich the Christ-follower, by creating opportunities for spiritual growth through the study of God’s Word and its application in their lives.

Our hope is for the people of Currey Creek to be versed in the Bible and theology through learning environments that prepare them to go out and engage our culture. Classes and groups are semester-based and run in the fall and spring of each year.