Our Story

How it all started...

On August 25, 1975, a group of people met at the Graham High School for services. There was no Sunday School, only the morning and evening service.  The name Alamance Baptist Mission was chosen by the people.

On September 21, 1975 the church was officially organized. While meeting at the high school, the name Baptist Temple of Alamance County was selected.

In 1975, the Sox and Martin building, located on Tucker Street, was leased for services. That building was used until December 1977.

In 1976, land was donated by the Fred D. Ingle family for the construction of the church. Mr. Ralph Doggett and Mr. Joe Huffines played a major role in the construction of the building which began in July of 1976.

On January 2, 1977, the church began using the present facilities. The church was officially dedicated on March 27, 1977.

Expanding the vision...

Since our humble begining in 1975, our church ministries have grown to include: Bus Ministry, Temple Christian Daycare, Children's Church, AWANA, Sunday school, Senior Adults ministry, Drama, and Youth Ministry. The church also supports mission projects at home and numerous missionaries around the world.

Where we are headed...

As we continue to serve the Lord in our current programs, we are also moving forward with new social media outlets to reach beyond our walls.  We LOVE our community and want to be a source of HOPE and LOVE with Community Outreach programs.  911 Appreciation Luncheon for Alamance County Police, FIre, and Rescue. Peidmont Resuce Mission and the Pregnancy Crisis Center and more...

Be a part of our story...

Join us every Sunday as we gather to worship together at 10:30 am.