The Jumping Run Church "J.U.M.P." is designed to teach Jesus Christ through His Word.
Our goal is to prepare the youth and teens to enter our church with praise and worship on the hearts and minds. To teach, train and motivate through the Word of God, and to spread the Gospel throughout. The Children's and Teen Ministries range from the ages of about 6 to 18 years of age.
Under the leadership of Youth Ministers Will and Jennifer Lawson, we are driven to impact this region for the Lord Jesus Christ through teaching and evangelism. We operate as a Christian Training Center to assist in making our youth and teen mature disciples for Jesus Christ.
Our prayer is that we provide a secure spiritual foundation for our youth and teens so that they may be awesome warriors for Christ.
So then faith cometh by hearing and hearing by the Word of God - Romans 10:17
The Transportation Ministry at Jumping Run Church provides courteous and dependable service to and from various church functions. Passengers can ride in the comfort of one of our state of the art buses. Our team of experienced drivers strives to make your ride a pleasant and enjoyable one.
Jumping Run Church Mediacasting:
Programs emanating from the live worship services at Jumping Run Church, LaGrange.
Monday through Friday on WELS–FM 102.9 at 7.00pm.
Sunday at 6:30am on WITN Channel 7 (Eastern NC).
Sunday at 7:30pm, Tuesdays at 11am and Wednesdays at 11pm on TACC Channel 9 (Kinston).
Sunday at 3:00pm on WHFL Channel 56 (Wayne County).
Jumping Run Affiliate Telecasts:
"Quiet Times In The Word" with Elder Della Lawson
Sundays @11:00pm and Wednesdays @11:00pm on TACC-9 (Kinston) Channel 9
"It's Prayer Time" with Elder Charlene Gage
Sundays @8:30 am on TACC - 9 (Kinston) Channel 9
"Proclamation of the Good News" with Evangelist Brenda Mathews
Fridays @ 11:00pm on TACC - 9 (Kinston) Channel 9
"The Key To Life" With Evangelist April Uzzell
Fridays 11:00pm on TACC -9 (Kinston) Channel 9
The Nursing Home Ministry has been designed to provide "Person-to-Person" support and care to the elderly. Statistics show that 85% of care center residents never receive a single visit from friends or relatives! It is our hope to love, listen, and befriend those who need to be loved. It is our goal to share the Gospel with those needing salvation and to uplift and encourage those who have a relationship with the Lord. Residents in senior care facilities face new challenges which can be difficult for many of them. We want to be there with God's love. One in five adults over the age of 65 will spend some part of their remaining years in a senior care facility. We don't want them forgotten.