Turning Point Church Home About Us Welcome Our Pastor Our History What We Believe Our Core Values Vision Statement Connect Events Bulletins Worship Times photo gallery Our History Our History TURNING POINT CHURCH HISTORY We are a community of people who have joined together to help othersturn and transform their lives to God. We believe in the message of JesusChrist and that he died that we might have abundant life. We seek true richesof God’s Kingdom through His love and forgiveness. It is our goal to helppeople find meaning in life by having a personal relationship with Jesus.In the month of July 2010, Pastor Swann met with twodifferent groups of people to explore starting a church. Before the end of themonth they were meeting every two weeks in planning and preparation for alaunch in October.A lot of excitement and anticipation surrounded the group.We had our first preview service at the pastor’s house on August 29th. We securedthe Winston Salem Sports Complex for our next preview service September 12th,using one of their banquet rooms. Several more people were added to our coregroup.The date of our grand opening was October 10th 2010.10-10-10! During out time at the Sports Complex we were able to makefood donations to the Rescue Mission Center and serve as test monitors at TheWinston Salem Preparatory Academy.The many venues taking place at the Sports Complex forcedTurning Point to look for another home. In February 2011, Turning Point Churchmoved into another location at 4410 Providence Lane in Winston Salem. At his location westarted our nursery and youth ministry and expanded our children’s ministry.These groups meet during our Sunday Worship service at 10 am.Also at this location we organized several outreachprojects. We provided snacks for the homeless, gave school supplies to childrenand supported the Forsyth Prison Ministry with toiletries for the inmates. Whileat this location we continued to pray and seek a permanent location for theministry.While we prayed for a permeant location we wondered in thewilderness, worshiping at a hotel and a church on Beaux Mountain road. In October 2017 God lead us to a property on 2400 Bethabara Road, a former church that had beenconverted into a daycare center. After a meeting with the congregation weagreed to actively pursue this property. On May 16th, 2018 throughthe grace of God and friends we able to close and take possession of theproperty.