With the congregation growing, in 1946 the church purchased 10 acres of land. On December 19, 1948 the church voted to build a new church building. The building was completed, equipped, and occupied for the first time on November 20, 1949. Dedication was held that afternoon with Dr. J.L Vipperman of Dallas, North Carolina preaching the Dedication Sermon. In 1961 an addition was made, adding new classrooms. In 1966 the pastorium was built and occupied by the church’s first full-time pastor, Rev. D.H. Caldwell and wife Ethel. In 1970 a left wing was added for educational facilities, and in 1972 the Fellowship Building was completed and the parking area paved.
On August 29, 1982 the church voted to extend a call to Raymond W. Hamrick, Jr. He accepted the call and held his first worship service on November 7, 1982. In 1991 the church sanctuary was completely renovated. On September 14, 1997, following our 143rd Homecoming Service and “dinner on the grounds” we dedicated our new Educational and Office facilities to be used by the Lord as He continues to expand our membership.