It is a nice and first class church. I wish to visit it in March, 27th of this year. I need more information about the church.
2341 Downing RdFayetteville, NC 28312
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I hope to visit the city and the church in March, 27th of this year and I think I need more information about the church. It is a first class church.
Great community to worship and serve others around the world.
Haven't been there but I enjoy their sermons on the radio
I always am in total fellowship & a part of the services here. This is definitely not a sit down church. Always lifting up praises & glorifying GOD.
I love going to this church. It has a family atmosphere & everybody is welcome. Have been going for a while & throughly feel like I am growing & learning in this church.
Preacher makes same old jokes. Not very nice ones either.Preacher preaches same old sermons and doesn't keep it fresh.
My family attended this church when we lived in Fayetteville. We love this church and only left because we were stationed elsewhere. We grew tremendously while at Berean. It's easy to get in a rut of going to church because you have to. I never felt that way at Berean--I truly looked forward to going to church and the thing I will miss most about Fayetteville is my family at Berean. It is clear that many of the reviewers have never attended the church and know nothing of the church or pastor. The pastor is an incredible person. Anyone who has ever met Pastor Sean knows he is an incredibly gracious and kind-hearted pastor, who loves children and who is loved by children, teens and adults in the church. There is nothing to lose by visiting Berean, just to see what it is all about. Despite what others say, who know nothing of Berean beyond a short and distorted video clip they saw online, the church is filled with loving and accepting people who share the love of God and would gladly give the clothes off of their own back to help someone in need.