I was glad when they said unto me, Let us go into the house of the LORD. –Psalm 122:1
Welcome to Enon Missionary Baptist Church. We would like to invite you to come and visit us at Enon Missionary Baptist Church. We have something for every member of the family. In this world where everything seems to be changing so fast, we need something stable and solid to build our lives upon – that something is saving faith in Jesus Christ. We offer you a Biblical foundation on which you can build your faith.
Enon Missionary Baptist Church is located at 174 Ammons Branch Road near Marshall, NC, and is a community church that strives to welcome everyone to worship services, events, and activities. Our church seeks to provide worship experiences that speak to the spiritual needs of each member of the community. Everyone is Invited and Welcome to come worship with us!
Rev. David Williams, Pastor was born in Burnsville, NC in 1989. He was homeschooled by his parents who served God faithfully and are devout Christians.
He accepted Jesus Christ as his personal savior on November 29, 2002, at the Faith Baptist Camp in Resaca GA. Just 4 years later at the age of 17 he felt the call of God to preach the gospel, after attending Light on The Mountain youth camp in Ashe County NC he submitted to Gods call. He began preaching on the streets and in the jail in Yancey County as a teen and there God began to shape his ministry. Read more>
Rev. Doug Garrison, Youth & Associate Pastor was born and raised in Barnardsville, N.C. Graduating from North Buncombe High School in 1994, he joined the U.S. Army and was honorably discharged in 1998.
He began his life-long employment as a vendor for local grocery and convenience stores. A job he loves because he has a chance to speak with numerous people each week. Read more >
Rev. David Williams, Pastor
Rev. Doug Garrison, Youth & Associate Pastor
Joann Freeman, Secretary & Treasurer
Kim Freeman, Church Clerk
Rodney Wallin, Van Ministry
Faye Flynn, Web Page & Church Bulletin
Rev. Doug Garrison, Men’s Ministry
Rodney Wallin, Chair