About Relentless

We are becoming a gospel-centered, forever-focused, multiethic movement of God.

GOSPEL-CENTERED: When we say gospel-centered, we don’t mean some vague meaningless definition. At Relentless Church, the “gospel” is defined as the incredible news of our rescue by the grace of God through Jesus.

FOREVER-FOCUSED:  We are believing that life on this earth is really short, and that forever is really, really long. We want to be a community of people that live like we actually believe that to be true.

MULTIETHNIC:  Multiethnic church is not a fad, it is a return to the God-given design for His church. According to the biblical standard, we were never meant to be segregated. We believe that a byproduct of the Gospel is that we will be a church united across racial, political and economic lines. In our bloodlines series below, we explain the importance of this to our church.

Relentless is non-denominational church. We define a Christian as someone who lives for Jesus and not for themselves (2 Corinthians 5:14-15). Our vision is to influence 1% of Wake County with the life-changing gospel message. It’s not that we desire to be the biggest church in town, instead our desire is to always be reaching for the next person, and our vision allows us to stay focused on the people that are yet to come.

David Jones - October 29, 2017

Bloodlines: The Uniqueness of Our Unity

From Series: "Bloodlines"

An honest conversation about race and the Gospel

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I know the title says "church", but what it should say is family...Relentless family. Relentlessly showing love, grace, support and relentlessly honoring Jesus Christ our Savior.

This is not a church about what you wear, what you do, or what you look like. Relentless is about reaching the untold and unconvinced...sharing the actual truth about our rescue.
Kelly Quinn
Kelly Quinn
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info@relentlesschurch.cc

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1540 Mechanical Blvd
Garner, NC 27529
(4 miles from downtown Raleigh)

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