home background
Durham Bulls Athletic Park

Sunday, September 15

Gates open at 9:30 AM

The whole community is invited to join The Summit Church in downtown Durham. Get there early to grab a good seat and enjoy the pre-service festivities. The service will begin at 10:30 AM. We'll have family seating sections, high-energy music, and relevant teaching. Limited childcare is provided for children under two years old on a first come, first served basis. Concession stands will be open for lunch after the service as well as the kids play area. Come join us!

One Church. One Place. One Experience.

September 15


Where do I park? Where do I take my kids? When do we eat?

Watch the video below and all your questions will be answered, and all your wildest dreams will come true (okay, maybe not).

The Summit Church is a gospel-centered, multi-site church that meets in several locations throughout the Triangle.

At its core, the Summit desires that its people love God, love each other, and love our world. This is exemplified in relevant worship and teaching, caring small groups, and an emphasis on church planting worldwide. While our vision spans the globe, our base lies here in the Triangle. Though we meet at various locations in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, and Cary, we are one body, unified by a common mission.

The Durham Bulls Athletic Park

409 Blackwell St, Durham, NC 27701

Church at the Ballpark will take place on September 15 with gates opening at 9:30 AM at the famous Durham Bulls Athletic Park located in Downtown Durham. We’re planning to pack the stands for an awesome worship experience that will take place right on the field! After worship, there will be games for the kids, and we’ll open up the concession stands so you can hang out with your friends and continue the celebration. Parking is free.

The DBAP is conveniently located right off Hwy 147 in Durham with plenty of room in the parking deck right across the street from the Park.

"Those who accepted his message were baptized, and about three thousand were added to their number that day."

—Acts 2:41

Serve Your Neighbors

We've partnered with several organizations who serve the Triangle homeless population, so when you come on the 15th, we encourage you to bring a few items they need in their shelters with you.You'll see trailers set up outside the park entrance. Drop off your donations before you enter the park, and let's fill the trucks and serve our neighbors!

Requested Items:

Urban Ministries of Durham:
  • Pair of New Walking Shoes or Work Boots
  • Powdered Milk
  • Cans of Meat (tuna, chicken breast, SPAM, chili, beef stew)
  • Jar of Peanut Butter
  • Can of Fruit
  • Set of Full or Twin Blankets
  • Set of Bath Towels or Washcloths
  • Gift Card to Grocery/Discount Store
Salvation Army Women & Children's Shelter:
  • Pillow(s)
  • Set of Twin-Sized Sheets
  • Set of Twin-Sized Comforters
  • Set of Bath Towels
  • Non-perishable Food Items
"Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms."

—1 Peter 4:10

Volunteer sign ups are now closed.
However, there are still two options for you to serve.

Saturday Prayer Team:
Please show up at the ballpark at 9 AM and let the staff know you are volunteering with the Prayer Team.

Please show up at the ballpark at 8 AM Sunday morning and let the greeters know that you have come to volunteer.

See you at the ballpark!

"Love God, Love Each Other, and Love Our World."

—The Summit Church