Plan Your Visit


Sunday morning worship 9am and 11aM

Come See Us!

Nags Head Church is a group of regular people who want to honor our Lord Jesus Christ and encourage each other to grow in our walk with Him.

What are your services like?

Whether it is through the music, pray or preaching, God's word is at the center of all of our gatherings.  Each service includes a time of worship in music,  prayer, preaching, and giving. The sermons are built on God’s Word, not the pastor's ideas, and aim at transforming our lives to be more like Jesus Christ.

Where should I park?

We have ample parking and as you pull in our parking lot one of our parking team volunteers will greet you with a wave and point you in the right direction.  We have several handicap parking spaces for your convenience if needed.

Where should I go when I enter the building?

We have greeters located at the doors who would be happy to help you find where you need to go.  Our building is easy to navigate and we have plenty of volunteers on our First Impressions team who can take you where you need to go.

Do you provide childcare?

We provide a nursery for infants and a nursery for toddlers**.  Our nursery team makes sure our nursery is clean and safe.  You, the parent, will receive a vibrating pager should your baby need you during the service.
We also provide worship for children 3 years old through 3rd grade. Our Cowabunga Cove, children's worship, is age divided and gives children an opportunity to worship and learn on their level. We have a fabulous team of volunteers who serve each week in our children's ministry.
All adults on our nursery and children's ministry teams have been through a thorough background check.
Please arrive 10 to 15 minutes early to register and check your child into Cowabunga Cove.

**Our children's ministry, Cowabunga Cove is only offered at the 11 AM worship service. We have nursery for 0 through 2 yrs. at both the 9 and 11 AM services.

What should I wear?

We are more concerned about you and your presence with us than we are with what you wear. At Nags Head Church you will rarely see a sport coat and almost never see a tie.  Most people dress casual and relaxed.