Wednesday Night Study
6:45pm - 8:00pm
6:45pm - 8:00pm
Join us during the week for an informal time of praying and teaching. The Wednesday night service doesn’t features the elements of a typical worship service, but rather it’s more intimate than a Sunday morning service and resembles more of a Bible study. The smaller gathering gives people time to share personal prayer requests and lift up specific praises. Most people stay after the service or show up early to enjoy fellowship and sometimes a meal together.
The menu on Wednesday night changes from week to week, but the hospitality team keeps it healthy each week. There’s usually a meat, vegetarian dish, vegetable sides and a starch. Your mother would approve. A donation of $5 per person or $12 per family is suggested to help cover the cost of the meal but isn’t mandatory, we just want you to be there.
We invite you to bring children to the service for our Cornerstone kids programs and The Rock Student ministry for our middle school and high school students.
9:45am - 10:45am
If you have a desire to learn more about Christianity, Scripture or our church, join one of the many Sunday Pre Service classes. Some classes go through a specific book of the Bible, other classes focus on navigating life.
No matter what your age is, we want to encourage you to check out a pre service class. Learning more about the Bible or how to live as a Christian isn’t just for kids–it’s for everyone. That’s why we offer classes for every age and different styles, and all classes are at the same time. We hope everyone in your family will find a class they like.
10:45am - 11:45am
The Sunday service is more contemporary than our Wednesday service. The atmosphere is more charged at our 10:45 service. This service features praise songs instead of hymns, is lead by a band made up of church members. Come ready to be transformed during this engaging hour of worship.
Join us on Christmas Day for a special celebration of our savior’s birth. After waiting for four weeks during Advent, we will celebrate his arrival on Christmas morning. There will be a time of singing, during which you can request your favorite Christmas hymn or praise song, along with testimonies of what God has done in the past year and fellowship.
This will be a fun, relaxed celebration. There’s no need to dress up, and the church will have pastries, bagels, coffee, tea and hot cocoa for those who need breakfast or brunch. Come as you are, as long as you’re ready to praise God and have a good time. Childcare will be available for children under five.