Let's Do Life Together.
The North Carolina Assemblies of God is a network of over 250 churches and over 700 ministers. We're committed to doing life with you and seeing healthy pastors plant healthy churches.
Find Your Tribe
Are you an existing church and would like to Join the NCAG Fam? NCAG provides an easy onramp process to get connected to the family.
Our Annual Conference equips Pastors,
Leaders and Church Planters to help the local church thrive.
Acts 2 Journey
Goods News Co.
Good News CO. is a ministry dedicated to sharing the Good News of Jesus to everyone. Everyone has the right to hear the Good News of Jesus. We won't stop until everyone has heard.
The urgency of the hour and sanctity of our calling demands a relentless pursuit of excellence in preaching. The Preaching Cohort is designed to build solid principles and practices in all facets of preaching. Invest in your calling.
With nearly forty years of pastoral experience, Dr. Rick Ross lends vast insight to church leaders and pastors. He has served as lead pastor in Ohio, Washington, and North Carolina, with his most recent assignment to serve the North Carolina Assemblies of God as its Superintendent since 2016. Rick and his wife, Susan, have taken churches from 35 to 250, 250 to 550, 600 to 2000, and 1300 to 4000. The expansion of Concord First Assembly in North Carolina included the establishing of seven additional campuses. He’s also served as the Chairman of Convoy of Hope’s National Pastor’s Commission, Priority One Mission board, chaired the AG National Leadership Structural Working Group Committee and AGLooking Forward Committee and is the Southeast Region Executive Presbyter for the Assemblies of God. He is known by his passion, energy, common sense wisdom, and strong leadership skills. He’s an ENTJ. He is married to Susan Hastie Ross and they have two children, Derrick and wife Dana, and Karissa and husband Seth. Their six grandchildren, Madison, Kennedy, Lincoln, Reagan, McKinley, and Pierce, are the joy of their hearts.
Discover our AREA Leaders, and MAP of NC Area Structure.