Be Our Guest! — Service Times:  Sundays at 9:30 & 11 AM

You are welcome here!  We understand that visiting a new place can be a challenge. The following information will help you plan your visit.

Top 3 Tips:

We can answer your questions and personally help you plan your visit. To get started, text the word VISIT to 919-444-8156 or CLICK HERE.

Are you bringing children or students?  You can speed up checkin by enrolling them in advance.

Birth - Grade 5 / Grades 6-12

When you arrive, please stop by a Welcome Desk and say hello! Our hospitality team will show you around our campus and make sure you get your family to the right place. 

Some Common Questions


  • Your campus is big. How do I find my way around?
    We have friendly, helpful greeters at the Welcome Desks who are happy to help you. (There are also signs on the walls.)
  • Are face masks required?
    Yes. Masks are required for ages 11+ and highly recommended for children ages 5 and up.  We also ask you to practice safe social distancing when on the campus.
  • Are there programs for my children?
    Yes! We have programming for Birth-Grade 5 available during both worship services.  We have loving and safe activities for children in age-appropriate environments that focus on helping children know God, think biblically and live wisely. If you're bringing young children, here are some tips for you:
    • Arrive 15 minutes early on your first visit and stop at the Family Center Welcome Desk for assistance & directions.
    • Our nurseries are stocked with everything a baby needs except milk/formula, bottles, and pacifiers. Please label anything you bring to the nursery. If your baby takes formula, please have the water premeasured in the bottle and formula premeasured in a separate container.
    • Please alert the volunteer staff to any allergies or special needs your child may have.
  • What about older students?
    We have lively worship and Bible study for middle school and high school.
  • What is your music like?
    Our worship music is “blended” in that it includes contemporary songs as well as the great hymns of the Christian faith, accompanied by a fantastic orchestra and choir. 
  • How would you describe the preaching style?
    Stephen is an expositor. His preaching focuses on God’s Word. He most often preaches through books of the Bible and occasionally looks at God's Word topically. 
  • How are people usually dressed?
    Among the worshippers, you'll notice a range of clothing styles. Many come dressed casually while others prefer a  semi-formal style. The speaker will wear a coat and tie. We want you to feel comfortable here. 
  • En Español
    El Servicio de las 11:00 am esta interpretado.  Porfavor ir al Welcome Desk para audifonos.  El Welcome Desk se encuentra al lado izquierdo del santuario.

Guest Reception: "Be Our Guest"
During the 11:00 service, we have a guest reception. Come and hear about the history of our church, get an overview of our ministries and even a campus tour if you want. 

If you would like a virtual reception and tout, text the word GUEST to 919-444-8156.

Sunday Schedule
You'll find our typical Sunday schedule HERE. Please check the calendar for any changes. If you're bringing children we suggest you arrive 15 minutes early to get them registered and settled in. (They'll have a great time!)

We have ample parking on our property. On your first visit with us, follow the signs for "Visitor Parking."

Location and Directions
Colonial Baptist Church is located at the intersection of Tryon Road and Walnut Street/Holly Springs Road in Southeastern Cary. This is convenient to the North and East from Interstates 40 and 440 (the Raleigh Beltline), and to the West and South from US Routes 1 and 64, and NC Route 55.

Our address is 6051 Tryon Rd; Cary, NC 27518

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Local Accommodations
If you are visiting from out of town, here are the closest hotels. 

SpringHill Suites
1128 Ledsome Lane
Cary NC 27511
(919) 977-7244


500 Caitboo Avenue
Cary, North Carolina 27518

(919) 239-4777
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