Welcome to Neptune!
If you are a first time guest here, we want you to feel at home. At Neptune, we seek to experience God in a casual, comfortable setting, as we grow together through relevant Bible teaching, authentic worship and transformative small groups. So we invite you to relax and be yourself. God invites you to come to Him just as you are. No matter where you’ve been, or what you’ve done, you matter to God. Whether you’re new to Neptune or new to church, it is our hope that you will have an authentic and fresh encounter with Jesus Christ!
What time are services?Sunday
9:45 AM - Life Groups (In-person & Zoom)
11:00 AM - Praise & Worship (In-person & Facebook)
6:15 PM - Awana
6:15 PM - Students Mid-Week
6:30 PM - Unplugged Worship + Plugged-In Teaching (In-person & Facebook)
Where do I go?
From Atlantic Boulevard: Head east on Atlantic Blvd. over the Intracoastal Bridge. Turn right at 3rd Street/A1A. Head South on 3rd Street/A1A. Turn left on Walnut Street.
From Beach Boulevard: Head east on Beach Blvd over the Intracoastal Bridge. Turn left at 3rd Street/A1A. Head North on 3rd Street/A1A. Turn right on Walnut Street.
407 3rd StreetNeptune Beach, FL 32266
Where do I park?
Parking is always a challenge here in Neptune Beach. When attending worship services and church activities, you may park in the Bank of America parking lot to the north of the church, the Sun Trust Bank parking lot on the west side of 3rd Street, the professional buildings on the west side of 3rd Street, as well as the parking lots around the church.
To help you identify where you are parking we have named our parking lots so that you can get directions back to your car, or let the people you are riding with know where to meet up after the services are over.
The “Noah Parking Spaces” run along Cherry Street. The “Esther Parking Lot” is on the east side of 2nd Street. The “Elijah Parking Lot” is on the west side of 2nd Street. The “Solomon Parking Spaces” are on the south side of Walnut Street and the “Sarah Parking Lot” in on the west side of Walnut Street and faces 3rd Street. The “Samson Parking Spaces” are on the north side of Walnut Street. The city parking designated as two hour parking is not enforced on Sunday mornings and evenings and Wednesday evenings for additional parking.
How do I connect?