Food Pantry

ood Pantry

This Sunday is our scheduled day to collect items for our local Food Pantry. They are in particular need of cans of tuna, soup and vegetables (no corn or green beans), hamburger helper, toothpaste and adult toothbrushes (Dollar Tree) and Feminine Products (Dollar Tree).  Thank you!

Posted on August 2, 2017 .

Vestry Nominations


On Sunday, September 24th, we will hold our Annual Meeting right after church. This is a VERY important meeting each year in our church's life, and we encourage all members and regular attenders to be present. We will be discussing several very important topics such as our vision for property and the future, as well as voting on new Vestry Members.

Our Vestry consists of 6 members, plus the Pastor (me!). This year Brian Cerza and Trahey Manor will be rotating off the Vestry, and we will need to elect 2 new Members. The nomination and election of Vestry is something to be carefully considered and prayed over. Below you will find the section of our church's bi-laws that describe the requirements for Vestry. Additionally, eligible candidates must be regular Church of the Outer Banks attenders for a minimum of two years.

When nominating someone for Vestry, we ask that you do so confidentially, and without consulting the nominee. The Vestry vets each nominee, and in order to avoid hurt feelings, the Vestry will only approach those nominees who have been properly vetted and meet the requirements. Once the nominee has been notified, they may accept or reject the nomination. The Vestry will then compile a list of the candidates, and will present this to the congregation for a vote to select the vacant spots.

Should you have questions, please feel free to contact the church office. Please submit nominations via email to

Thanks everyone!


Section 4.2 Qualification.

a. Eligibility Criteria. To be elected to the Vestry, an individual must be a baptized member of the church in good standing over eighteen (18) years of age and an Eligible Voter (as defined by section 8.1) under these bylaws. To serve on the Vestry, an individual shall:

  1. Be a mature Christian, not one who has recently come to faith;

  2. Worship God regularly in Church;

  3. Lead an active prayer life;

  4. Know and continue to study the Bible;

  5. Be a cheerful giver not only of money but of time as well;

  6. Have a family relationship that reflects strong Christian Commitment;

  7. Be a leader within the Church;

  8. Bring a valuable skill to the Vestry that would be useful to the Church;

  9. Have time to be able to serve effectively as a Vestry member;

  10. Make a commitment to put Vestry service high on the list of personal priorities;

  11. Vestry membership should not the considered as a honor for past service, but a commitment to future service.

b. Ineligible Persons. Paid staff of the church and their spouses shall be ineligible for the Vestry service. For purposes of this subsection, “paid staff of the church” means any person who receives compensation for services rendered to the church on a regular basis of a minimum of twenty four (24) hours a month. Notwithstanding the prohibition as stated, the Rector (lead pastor) serves as an ex officio member of the Vestry. The Spouse or dependent of a current Vestry member will not be eligible at the same time as the Vestry member.

c. Affirmation. Prior to commencing service as a member of the Vestry, each member of the Vestry will affirm: 1.) Their personal commitment to the purposes set forth as our Church’s mission, to the Nicene and Apostles Creed, and to the historical and Biblical Christian Faith*. 2.) A pledge to serve without any conflict of interest, and a pledge to comply with the Confidentiality Policy both during and after their term.

*This includes confession and affirmation of Christ's divinity, the Trinity, Salvation through Christ alone, the power and work of the Holy Spirit, Biblical authority and infallibility, as well as affirmation and adherence to a Biblical standard of Holiness and sexuality.

Posted on July 31, 2017 .

Food Pantry Reminder

As we celebrate Fourth of July with friends and family, let's be sure to remember those who cannot afford extra items for the holiday, and bring a few nonperishable items or household goods to church this Sunday to go to our local Food Pantry!  Thank you!

Posted on June 28, 2017 .

Change in the Bottle

If you took a baby bottle on Mothers' Day to fill with loose change, please bring the bottle back to church this Sunday, Fathers' Day.The money will go to Creative Choices Pregnancy Center. Thank you!

Posted on June 15, 2017 .

Driving Range Practice Today

Come on out today to the driving range at Holly Ridge today at 5;00!  There will be members of our Church practicing for our Church of the Outer Banks Golf tournament.

Posted on June 14, 2017 .

Church Coffee Mugs

We just got our new Church Coffee mugs! You can purchase them at our Sunday service or at our Church office for $8.00 per mug. It will make your coffee taste better, we promise.

Posted on June 7, 2017 .

Food Pantry Collection This Sunday

Food pantry pick up this Sunday. Household items like dishwashing liquid or paper towel, and non perishable foods such as hamburger helper, cereal and peanut butter, are always gladly received. Please bring your gift to church and place in the shopping cart at the door. Thank you!

Posted on June 1, 2017 .

Beach Clean Up

Beach Clean up!
Please come help with the beach clean up today, Friday June 2, at 4 p.m. at Lillian. Our church has committed to keeping that portion of our beautiful beach clean. Sam will have gloves and trash bags ready. Hope to see you there!

Posted on June 1, 2017 .

Food Pantry Pick Up

Food pantry pick up this Sunday, May 7. Household items like dishwashing liquid or paper towel, and non perishable foods such as hamburger helper, cereal and peanut butter, are always gladly received. Please bring your gift to church and place in the shopping cart at the door. Thank you!

Posted on May 3, 2017 .

Men's Bible Study

Attention all men! The Men's bible Study is on Thursday nights, 7:00 at the church office (114 W. Meadowlark St. KDH).

We would love to have all of you come out and bring a friend! Even if you've never been, tonight would be a great chance to join in, enjoy each other's company, pray together, and study the Word.

We'll see you tonight!

Posted on April 27, 2017 .

No Worship at the YMCA on Sunday, April 23rd

Hello all,

Due to the Marathon, we will not be worshiping together at the YMCA this coming Sunday, April 23rd. Instead, we are encouraging Life Groups to worship together. If you aren't in a Life Group, and would like to gather together at a home on Sunday, please contact me at joey@churchobx and I will get you plugged in!

We will also be gathering at the Lilian St. Beach access at 12:00 to hangout as a church and spend time together on the beach! Pack your own lunch, bring a chair, and join the rest of the church as we hang out for a few hours together Sunday afternoon!


Peace to all!


Posted on April 19, 2017 .

Easter Egg Hunt

There will be an Easter egg hunt after our 10.10 service on Easter Day, at approximately 12.15 in the Nags Head Barnes Street Park. All kids are welcome! Thanks so much to all who donated eggs, and to Joana for organizing!

Posted on April 13, 2017 .

Good Friday Prayer Service

We will have a short meditative service in the church office at 7.00 p.m. on Good Friday, April 14. The office will also be open for individual prayer from 7.00 a.m. that day.

Posted on April 13, 2017 .

Good Friday

Good afternoon everyone. Today is Holy Thursday, the day we remember when Christ celebrated the Passover, instituted the Eucharist, gave us the supreme example of service in washing the Disciples feet, and was betrayed and arrested. It is a time for reflection and prayer, which I hope each of you will have a chance to do!

I also wanted to remind you that the office is open for for prayer tomorrow from 7AM to 7PM for prayer. We will conclude with a short Good Friday Service. I hope to see all of you there!




Posted on April 13, 2017 .

Palm Sunday

We really hope you will join us at Church of the Outer Banks this Palm Sunday! We are thinking very specially about Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem on a donkey, as he heard the crowds shout Hosanna and knew that a few days later he would be taken outside the city and crucified for us. And take time in Holy Week to thank God for this incredible act of sacrificial love.

Posted on April 5, 2017 .


We are desperate need of Easter Eggs for our Easter Egg Hunt.  Please bring in plastic Easter Eggs filled with wrapped candy or chocolate this Sunday to Church.  Thank you!

Posted on April 5, 2017 .

New Bible Studies start this Thursday

New Bible Studies start this Thursday

Both our women’s and men’s Bible Study groups are beginning a new series this week. A great opportunity for you to join them and learn more about God and His plan for your life! The women meet at 9.30 a.m. and will study Paul’s first letter to Timothy, while the men will meet at 7.00 p.m. and will study Mark’s Gospel. Both groups meet in the church office on Meadowlark Street in KDH.

Posted on March 8, 2017 .

Drink Water Week

Drink water week!

Just a reminder that last Sunday you were invited to give up drinking coffee and sodas for one week, and to put aside the money to help provide clean water for people who do not have it. Women and children in many parts of the world spend hours each day walking to fetch water from dirty streams and rivers…their only source of water. On Sunday, March 12, we will receive your gifts.  Thank you

Posted on March 8, 2017 .

Food Pantry Sunday

Just a reminder that this Sunday, March 5, is our usual collection day for items for the local Food Pantry. Everything is always appreciated so much, but some suggestions this month are canned fruits, tuna and soups.  Thank you!


Posted on March 1, 2017 .