Judgement House Returns For 2023

DUNN – Experience the thought-provoking journey of Judgement House this year on September 8-10 and 15-17, 2023. Join Central Baptist Church for the annual immersive theatrical presentation that delves into the eternal consequences of life’s choices.

If you have been to this event in the past, you will find that Judgement House presentations follow the same format but the storyline changes from year to year. This year’s characters grapple with questions like, “What does my heart truly desire?  What will really make me happy?” Can they find the answers they are looking for in the Bible? Follow these characters beyond the grave as they begin to experience their eternal destination.

Throughout each night, groups of 10-20 individuals will walk from room to room (wheelchairs available), with tours starting every 15-20 minutes. The full presentation lasts approximately one hour and is orchestrated by the collaborative effort of over 180 dedicated volunteers who bring Judgement House to life.

This isn’t a Halloween fright fest or a scare tactic. It’s an opportunity to encounter Christ in an environment distinct from traditional church settings. It simply presents a truth that hits home: where you spend eternity really matters. If you are interested in knowing how to go from guilt to grace, from sin to salvation, and from death to life, Judgement House is for you.

Judgement House will take place from 7-10pm on Fridays and 5-8pm on Saturdays and Sundays. The production is totally free, but reservations are advised. But even if you don’t have a reservation, come on out and take a tour of your final destination.

Reservations must be made by calling the church at 910-892-7914 during office hours (Mon-Thurs 8:30am-4:30pm and Fri 8:30am-12:30pm).

To learn more about Judgement House and what to expect, visit our website.

Central Baptist Church is located four miles south of Dunn on Highway 421 at 6050 Plain View Highway, (Exit 73 off I-95). For more information call 910-892-7914 or visit cbcdunn.com.


    • God certainly does hand out just desserts. We don’t have any authority to judge, but we have been told to warn, so here’s the warning again.

  1. So disappointing that this church (and so many others) is more concerning “where you spend eternity” rather than making the world better *TODAY*.

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