Reaching the Community
Our purpose is to help people grow in their relationship with Christ by serving in the local community. At CBC, we have 10 ministry teams that we send out on a regular basis to impact our community with the transforming power of the Gospel. If you are interested in serving on any of these teams, please contact Kim Lehmann at or take a moment to fill out the contact information on the right hand side of this page.
Join our neighborhood outreach team on the 4th Saturday of each month as they go out into the community to show the love of Jesus in practical ways. Teams fill bags of food and then visit homes in the targeted neighborhood to pray and meet family’s needs. This is a great opportunity for you to engage your faith and make an impact right here in our community. Time: 4th Saturday of each month, 9am- 11am in Modular 1.
CBC partners with BackPack Beginnings, a local non-profit organization, to provide food weekly for children in need. The schools that we are responsible for delivering food to are: Macedonia Head Start, Johnson Street Elementary, and Parkview Elementary School. Volunteers are needed one day each month to deliver pre-packed food to one of these schools.
Time: Once per month
Training will be provided.
LOVE Parkview Elementary
The purpose of Community Bible Church’s partnership with Parkview Elementary School is to surround at-risk students with a community of support and encouragement while at the same time planting seeds with the hope of Christ. You can serve as a tutor, reading buddy, or be a breakfast or lunch buddy. Training is provided by Communities in Schools. Time: Once a week / September - May.
Missional Moms exists to encourage women to pursue Jesus Christ and to make disciples within their families and communities.
Time: Wednesday of each month / 6:30pm- 8:00pm at Barnes & Noble in High Point.
New Life Family Outreach
At New Life Family Outreach, they are providing compassionate care and support to teens, women, couples and families in our community facing unplanned pregnancies. There are a number of ways to get involved including peer counseling and mentorship, Spanish interpreter, handy-man work, donate diapers and wipes, and pray. Time: As needed. Training is provided.
Open Door Ministries
Community Bible Church partners with Open Door Ministries to serve, empower, and minister to clients in order to prevent and end hunger and homelessness. This is accomplished through advocacy, education, housing, and coordination services.
Time: Once a month or year.
Second Saturday is a team based ministry that engages the local church in the practical demonstration of God’s love to the community by providing services such as minor household repairs, yard work, painting, clean-up, and simple construction projects. Time: Second Saturday of each month / 8:30am in Modular 1. Skilled and Unskilled workers are needed.
Join us the 2nd Sunday of each month from 6pm-7:30pm as we minister to the residents living at Brookdale Retirement Center. Be a part of worship, bible study and fellowship as we love and care for these precious people. This is a great opportunity to serve and share the love of Christ in our community.
Time: Once a month
Our Transportation Ministry serves those in our congregation and community who do not have a means to attend CBC ministries by providing them transportation to and from services. Contact Kim Lehmann to find out how you can serve. For more information about scheduling a ride email us at
. Our hotline is 336-802-1057.
Time: Once per month.
Community Bible Church partners with World Relief to see the most vulnerable people transformed economically, socially, and spiritually. You can serve as a Friendship Partner or be a part of a Good Neighbor Team with your small group to welcome an incoming refugee family. You can learn more about the Anti-Human Trafficking movement, as well, through World Relief.