Welcome to our One Harbor Beaufort page. Whoever you are, we’re glad you’re here, and we hope to see you at one of our weekend services.
You can expect a casual and welcoming environment where we will worship Jesus together and hear teaching from the Bible. We have a fun and engaging Kids program for all children 5th grade and younger.
Visit us in Beaufort!
Learn more about our pastors, listen to a recent sermon, discover your next steps in our church, and learn more about the ministries we offer.
BRIANRECKER | BFT Lead Pastor
Brian joined the One Harbor Church staff in 2012 and joined the Eldership team in February of 2013 as the Beaufort Site Pastor. Brian is the primary preaching pastor in Beaufort, and he works to ensure that the Beaufort site has a united vision with the rest of One Harbor Church in advancing the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Before working at One Harbor, Brian had a career in the Marine Corps as an Air Intelligence Officer at the Cherry Point Air Station, where he learned many lessons on both leading and following well. Brian’s wife, Emily, is both his biggest supporter and favorite person to hang out with. They have one son of their own, Judah Cash, and as foster parents they usually have several other children in their care as well!
JOSEPHMARQUEZ | BFT Site Executive Pastor and Youth Ministry Pastor
After falling in love with Eastern North Carolina, Joe and his wife, Rosalind, relocated from Southern California to join the One Harbor Church in June 2012. Joe started leading worship at the formation of the Beaufort Site and has loved watching the church grow and deepen. He joined the eldership team in February of 2015. Joe and Rosalind have lead a community group in their home in Beaufort for the past three years and have a passion to see the gospel preached and to see lives changed for Jesus throughout Eastern North Carolina and further. In his spare time, you can find him building and fixing things, as well as playing loud music in his backyard.
SCOTTBEIERWALTES |BFT Site Pastor and Community Groups Director
Scott joined the staff part-time in January of 2016, and our Pastoral Staff in July 2016, to help our Community Groups to be vibrant and multiply. Scott is crazy about his beautiful wife, Katie, frozen blueberries, and their five amazing children: Emma, Jack, Annie, Leah, and Andris. Originally from Chicago, Scott and his family moved to Beaufort from the Lake Norman area north of Charlotte in the summer of 2014 to be a part of One Harbor. When he’s not helping One Harbor, Scott leads his business Air Cycle which helps organizations nationwide deal with problematic wastes and also serves on the advisory board for the Boys & Girls Club in Beaufort. Scott loves to help people, learn, play with friends and family, and explore the area especially the waterways. He’s excited for our Community Groups to grow in love for God and to follow Jesus passionately.
Connection Card: Fill out a Connection Card and let us know how you'd like to get involved at One Harbor. One of our leaders will give you a call to answer any questions that you may have!
Next Steps Night: Join us at a local area restaurant for an upcoming Next Steps Night to hang with some of our Pastors and leaders. We will start at 6:30p with hosted appetizers and an opportunity to hear a bit more about our church. We'll also talk about next steps that are available if you're interested in getting more involved at One Harbor. For information about an upcoming Next Steps Night, email us today!
Community Groups: Each week, in homes throughout our cities, small groups gather together to love each other, grow in the gospel together, and serve our neighbors, cities, and beyond. If you have already completed the first steps class, click here to join a group!
Serving: At One Harbor, we intentionally rely on a huge community of volunteers who love Jesus and love to serve his church all for the sake of the Gospel. If you’ve been served by One Harbor, chances are you’ve been served by a faithful volunteer giving up time and talent to serve Jesus by serving you. For more information, or to sign up to serve, click here!
Partnership Class: Partnership is what we call membership at One Harbor. We see the partners as co-laborers with us in advancing the Gospel in Eastern NC and beyond. If you are ready to commit to One Harbor as your home church, this step is for you. For more information, or to sign up, click here.
One Harbor Kids exists to show kids that Jesus is amazing in a fun, safe environment. We currently offer childcare for ages 0-10 (fifth grade). Learn More >
One Harbor Youth is the middle-school and high-school ministry at One Harbor. The philosophy of the One Harbor Youth is derived from what Paul wrote in 1 Corinthians 11:1, “Be imitators of me, as I am of Christ.” Learn More >
One Harbor Ladies brings women together throughout the year for quarterly events led by women here at One Harbor that have a heart to see one another rooted and growing in Jesus. This is a great way to grow, be challenged, and changed by the timeless truths of God's Word. It is also a great way to fellowship with other women in the church, share life's ups and downs, pray with one another, and build each other up in the faith. This year, we are focusing on finding and living in our identity in Christ. Learn More >
One Harbor Men brings men together around meals, brotherhood, and the Gospel. We see value in the men of our church rallying together to tackle the challenges of leading and loving our families well, while living intentionally radical lives inside the church and marketplace for the sake of the Gospel. Learn More >
Reach Local is the local outreach initiative of One Harbor Church. As a church we exist all for the sake of the Gospel, and tangibly displaying God’s love is a vital part of that mission. Following the example of Jesus, we seek to identify the physical, spiritual, and relational needs of our neighbors and community and respond using a holistic, Gospel-centered approach. This can happen through community engagement such as supporting local events, responding to natural disasters, or assisting non-profits within our city. Additionally this can happen at the family or individual level through construction projects, financial assistance and counseling, moving assistance, and many other local service opportunities. Learn More >