A Neighborhood Church

The people of Edenton Street United Methodist Church have worshipped on the corner of Edenton and Dawson Streets since 1811, which means that we've been committed to serving the Capital and its people for over 200 years now. Recently the leadership of our church sensed God calling us to put down roots in a new neighborhood and as a result, Church on Morgan was launched in 2016 as the first multi-site community (we call them “tables”) of Edenton Street United Methodist Church.

Our new home is on the corner of Morgan & Blount Streets in the middle of the “Food Corridor” or Moore Square District of our city - an entrepreneurial area defined by local restaurants, great artists, and lots of new residents. We believe it’s one of the most exciting neighborhoods in Raleigh and we consider it a privilege to serve and invest here.

Justin Morgan

Lead Pastor

Husband, father, and netflix junkie with a weakness for small-talk. Enneagram 1.

Zach Wiley

Director of Music

Musician, songwriter, & foodie. Aspiring fifth Beatle. Enneagram 4.

Nicole Morgan

Director of Children & Families

Momma, educator, and Eagles fan. Recovering germophobe. Enneagram 9.

Kiley McGrady

Director of Operations

Wife, traveler and Vizsla lover. Never too full for dessert. Enneagram 3.

Cody Brown

Youth Coordinator

Adventure seeker, sports enthusiast, functioning procrastinator. Let's grab coffee. Enneagram 2.

Ashley Griffith

Pastor of Community Life

Wife, mom, friend. All about wine, cheese, and books. Enneagram 7.



Everybody follows somebody in this life and so we believe one of the great questions everyone owes it to themselves to answer is: "Who am I following and are they worth imitating?" At Church on Morgan, we believe Jesus is worth imitating and we’ve structured our life together around following Him. Our hashtag is an ongoing reminder for us of the life we’re pursuing together. We use it to point out ways of being in the world that remind us of Christ and we’d love for you to join us in using it.