Welcome to the web presence for Mount Peace Baptist Church!

You are welcome in this place! It is our prayer that you will be inspired by information located here to make frequent return visits, as well as worship with us each Sunday morning, each Wednesday evening, during our 1st Sunday Fellowship or Hour of Power services.

We are located at: 1601 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Raleigh, NC 27610, and we can be reached via phone at: 919.807.1194, or via eMail: Info@MountPeace.org. Enjoy the site, and let us know if there is anything we can do, or anyway we can better serve you at our physical location or here on the internet.

Be a blessing to Christ, yourself, and others - God Bless You!

Highlighted Events at Mount Peace...

Congratulations to Pastor J. Vincent Terry, Sr. on Celebrating 32 years of Pastoring as of March 8th, 2015

Special Guest Casey J will join us for all 3 services on this Sunday, March 22nd, 2015 at Mount Peace

United Worship Service
will be held at Meymandi Hall, Sunday, April 5th, 2015 at 10am
Easter Sunrise Service will be held at Mount Peace, Sunday, April 5th, 2015 at 6am

Johnston District Baptist Association Educational Institute April 13th - April 16th, 2015 @ Mount Peace Baptist church starting 7pm nightly
UNCG Neo Black Society Gospel Choir will be @ Mount Peace Baptist Church on April 19th, 2015 @ the 11:59am service. 

Extended Services in the Communities we serve

Thursday, March 12th, 2015:
Martin Street Baptist Church (Youth Revival) @ 7pm, Raleigh, NC

Wednesday, March 25th, 2015:
Remnant Of Christ Fellowship Church @ 7pm, Raleigh, NC

Thursday, April 2nd, 2015:
Mount Vernon Baptist Church (Holy Week)  @ 7pm, Highpoint, NC



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Mt Peace BC Auxiliaries

  • Child Development Center
  • College Ministry
  • Work-Out-Worship Ministry
  • Food Service Ministry
  • Men's Fellowship Ministry
  • Pastor's Aid Ministry
  • Single's Ministry
  • Youth Ministry
  • Women's Ministry
      ...and so much more!

The History of Mt Peace BC

In 1946, the Reverend Norman Mitchell, desiring to have a place of worship for the small community in which he lived, organized the Mount Nebo Missionary Baptist Church. With the assistance of a small group of people... more...