If you are searching for a place where you can fit in, a place where you can be ministered to and a place where you can grow spiritually we hope that you will find Souls Harbour to be the place of refuge for your Soul!
Souls Harbour Church of Mayodan is located on 201 S. Ayersville Road on the same side of the road as the Mayodan Fire Department just before crossing over the mountain. If you would prefer to contact us for directions please feel free to call us at 336-344-1976.
When you arrive
When you first arrive, you will be greeted by one of our hosts or hostesses. If it is your first time to visit, they will ask you to fill out a visitor card so that we can contact you if we have any special events and our Pastor would like to send you a welcome letter thanking you for attending Souls Harbour.
You are welcome to attend any of our scheduled services. Our Sunday services and Wednesday worship are normally around one to two hours. Our worship services are exuberant and exciting. Some come discouraged and leave encouraged, and some come in sick and leave healed, and most important of all the lost are saved. We have exuberant worship in which we express our love to God and want you to worship God in ways that you will feel comfortable to do so.
What we believe
Souls Harbour Church is a Bible based, Spirit-filled fellowship. We believe God changed lives through the power of his Spirit. This includes physical, spiritual, and emotional healing, deliverance from addiction, restoration of relationships, and the infilling of the Holy Spirit. We believe that Jesus is fully divine and fully human, and we confess him as Lord and Savior. If you have any questions while you are here or if you would like a personal Bible study, please notify one of our hosts or hostesses.
What to wear
Many people aren’t sure what to wear when they visit. We want you to be comfortable when you visit, so wear what you’re comfortable wearing. When you’re at one of our services, you’ll see a range of styles from jeans to suits. Casual or “Sunday best” . . . it doesn’t matter.