Welcome to Veritas Church! We are a new gospel-centered, missional, church-planting church in Fayetteville, and we exist for the fame of Jesus. Our mission is simple: Love God. Love People. Advance the Gospel. We'd love for you to join us for worship on a Sunday or find out more ways to get connected.
WHO WE ARE
Veritas is a family of followers of Jesus, doubters, and seekers alike learning to trust and follow Jesus. We currently gather for weekly worship at 9a and 11a on Sundays at 3130 Gillespe St. in Fayetteville. Click here fore more information about our gatherings. For more information (or if you have questions about joining Veritas Church) head over to our contact page. To learn more about how we got started, watch this video.
Veritas is five years old! Watch the video below to hear about what Jesus has done in our church.
WHAT WE BELIEVE
At Veritas Church, we exist for the fame of Jesus. God has graciously revealed himself to us in his word. The entire Bible, from start to finish, is about God reconciling all things to himself through the person and works of Jesus. This is good news! Our beliefs are based on careful study of God’s word. Learn more about What We Believe.
Names are important. What they communicate is important, and Veritas is no different. Veritas is the latin word for “truth.” The name Veritas is an integral part of the mission of the church for us, and we would like to take the opportunity to answer the question: Why the name Veritas?
OUR SOCIETY IS SEARCHING FOR TRUTH
It’s no secret that our society is searching for truth. Men and women spend their lives and resources trying to find meaning, belonging, and acceptance. There is truth, and Jesus is the truth. We want to, from the name of the church to the preaching and teaching at Veritas, communicate that Jesus is the truth people are searching for.
JESUS IS THE TRUTH
In John 8, Jesus tells his followers that they will know the truth and that the truth will set them free. In John 14, he expressly states that he is the truth. There’s something unique going on in the language in John 14. Jesus doesn’t state that he is true (an adjective) he states that he is THE truth. He uses truth as a noun.
Latin is an old language; it’s nothing new. We aren’t the next new thing. Our desire is to be a church rooted in traditional evangelical Christianity. We preach the same message that Jesus died for and commissioned the apostles to preach some 2000 years ago. We just seek to communicate this traditional message in a way that is contextualized to our culture and that engages the culture in a relevant way.