I'll start by saying that it feels really weird to review a church online, but here goes nothing. This is an incredible church with a wide variety of ministries and a ton of genuinely awesome people. The multi-campus model makes the immense size of the church feel more manageable and connected. With a variety of campus offerings, there is a place for just about everyone.
Jun 16, 2019
Very welcoming church. Visiting from south Florida I felt like home. Great messages and friendly crowd. God bless you all
May 23, 2019
I have been blessed to be a part of this church. Great place for all ages and the Word of God is taught faithfully.
Apr 3, 2019
Great Christ centered preaching. Hard to beat JD Greear’s preaching. He has a way of explaining the Bible that is clearly powered by the Holy Spirit working through him. Great music.
Great youth programs.
Jan 27, 2019
Summit is one Church with over eleven locations in the Triangle. Has lots of mission trips and message of sending others to plant gospel. The gospel of Jesus Christ is deeply believed and the love among the people is evident. Disciples, making disciples and being sent out. Ethos of this church is Love God. Love Each Other. Love Our World. If your looking to be directed, redirected or corrected by God come here.
Jul 7, 2019
Very warm and genuine staff. Uplifting experience with a wonderful message. Thank you Summit church, staff and Pastor JD
Donna Jeanne Schneider
Jun 25, 2019
Once again, in- depth, faithful teaching of God's word that we can apply directly to our daily lives. Worship to lead us into opening our hearts to hear and obey.
Aug 12, 2019
Open, welcoming, friendly, but HUUUUGE.
Childrens ministry feels like warehousing until Middle School- prob the weakest part of the church, despite lots of awesome people helping.
Very easy to get lost in crowd, but teaching is excellent in general.
Dont expect to know the pastoral staff, as campus pastors change frequently and head pastors are very difficult to connect with (HUGE).
Lots of Small Groups. Lots of ways to get involved.
Aug 30, 2019
I wound up in a good small group, so that definitely helped. I had been in a mega church in another city before I moved back to the Triangle, and the small group experience there was poor, which made my time there difficult. I saw that Brier Creek was near my workplace, and I once knew someone in Hilton Head who had briefly dated a Summit girl, so I decided to try it. I was looking for a place where I could serve in production, which is what I had done for most of the previous decade at various churches in the Carolina Lowcountry. They hooked me up on my first visit to Brier Creek. They also got me into a small group that treated me like family. On my very first day meeting my new small group, our leaders took me out to eat and introduced me to everyone. I was a bit concerned about the small group experience because I am on the spectrum a day previous churches in South Carolina I had gone to about 13 years ago had problems with that. At Summit, that made little difference to them. They still treated me like a human being, rather than a freak. My small group leaders, especially, have really made an effort to make me, and everyone else we have coming, feel included. They also reached out to an old high school friend, who was down on her luck, and going through hard times, and helped her buy food and necessities, and not only that, kept in touch with her while they were on vacation. That made a huge difference to both her and me.