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The Point Church

Fuquay-Varina Launces This Sunday!

The Point Church in Fuquay-Varina launches on August 13th. Join us at Fuquay-Varina High School at 10:00am for a church where you don't need to pretend. No matter your spiritual background, we are starting this church for you. Even better, we believe your kids will beg to come back!


The Point Church is a movement of churches across the Triangle with one mission. We are all about pointing people to Jesus. We want to help people take their next steps with him—no matter where they are in their faith. So there’s no need to dress up, pretend to be perfect, or worry about your past. We just want you to experience Jesus.


Dynamic. Passionate. Diverse.

We design our Sunday worship services to help everyone experience the presence of God. The music is dynamic and high quality with a variety of worship styles and cultures represented. The goal of our worship is help people develop a passionate pursuit of Jesus.


Engaging. Secure. Intentional.

We believe families are our first mission field and place a high priority on making sure your kids have an awesome experience. Not only will they be safe and secure, Kid Point uses age-appropriate teaching styles to point your kids to Jesus. Your kids will be begging to come back.


Compelling. Practical. Biblical.

Each message teaches the truths of the Bible in a compelling and meaningful way you can apply to your life. You will experience live teaching at each of our campuses from dynamic local pastors. Click below to hear teaching from a campus close to you.

Explore a Campus

A Movement in Many Locations.

Experience the the intimacy of a local church combined with power of collaboration resulting in a movement across the Triangle. At each of our campuses you will receive live in person teaching and engaging worship.


The Point Church is not built around the personality of one person but operates with a team of leaders devoted to pointing people to Jesus.

What if we could go from 6 to 10 healthy campuses over the next 2 years?