Welcome to the website of Lighthouse Assembly of God,
Carthage, North Carolina
Thank you for viewing our church website. We are in the process of constructing this site to better inform you as to who we are. We are located in the county seat of Moore County located in the Sandhills region of North Carolina. We are also near the resort city of Pinehurst where golf is the main attraction.
We welcome you to visit our church sometime. Our church services are filled with the praises of our people to the great God and Savior Jesus Christ. We are a classical pentecostal church pattened after the New Testament church found in the book of Acts.
Everyone is welcome! We cannot make people live right. However, we preach and teach the truths found in the Holy Bible and the Holy Spirit convicts and leads into truth.
The Word of God is so precious today. It tells us to lift up Jesus in our church and that is always our desire and goal.
Thank you again for inquiring about us.
Church Location: Our street address is: 8361 NC Hwy 24/27 in Carthage, NC. When you are coming into Carthage from the east and going around the county courthouse, stay on 22,24,27 west towards Robbins and the church is located one (1) mile on the left. Carthage's Cross Hill cemetary is on the right. Bethelem Church road turns left just past the church.
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