Corporate Worship

Gospel Community Church gathers on Sunday nights at 5 p.m. to worship God through preaching, singing, observing the Lord’s Supper, praying, and giving.

We meet at The Church of the Good Shepherd’s facility in the Central Square Shopping Center at 2910 South Croatan Highway Suites 1, Nags Head, at milepost 11. (Locals call it the antique mall.)

During the Covid-19 Stay Home period, we are meeting on Sunday evenings in person, and have foregone Wednesday evenings for a period of time. If you are interested in joining us, reach out and let us know by sending an email to

However, in order to stay within Covid-19 guidelines, we are asking that only members and local visitors join us, and we ask that you wear a mask. Vacationers, we hope to fellowship with you next year! Thank you for understanding.

Why Sunday nights?
We chose to meet on Sunday nights because many residents of our tourism-driven area work on Sunday mornings and we hope to be inclusive of those who can’t normally attend Sunday morning worship.

What should I wear? Wear anything you’d like. Most dress casually. You will never be judged for your clothing at GCC.

What about childcare? We offer childcare for children in Kindergarten and younger. We have a permanent, background-checked adult caring for our children. Should you choose to keep your little ones in the service with you, they are welcome. We love having kids in the service with us and they are not a distraction.

What’s the music like? Simple and deep. Normally, it’s just a guitar and voices. We love any songs that tell the story of the gospel of Jesus. We value depth in lyrics, with songs from both the past and the present. Look below for a sampling of music to expect.

Will I be pressured to give? Not at all. If you are our guest, we do not expect you to give. We’re just glad you’re worshiping with us!

How often do you observe The Lord’s Supper and who can participate? We take the table every Sunday night, normally following the sermon. We encourage families to participate together as a way of worshipping together by reflecting on Jesus’s sacrifice. We practice open communion, meaning that all followers of Jesus are welcome to join in communion. If you are not a believer, we implore you to skip the table and take the Savior instead!

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