When looking for a church home, it seems there are several questions people have. We’ve addressed the most common of those questions on this page to help make you feel as comfortable as possible should you decide to be our guest on Sunday.
Q. What does “ROC” stand for?
A. ROC stands for “Radically Obeying Christ.” When we encounter Jesus Christ, we are fundamentally and radically changed. Radical means “apart from the norm.”
Q. What time does your service start?
A. We call our time together on Sunday mornings, gatherings. Sunday is the day we gather together as God’s family to celebrate what He has done in our lives throughout the week, sing, pray, and study His Word. We begin by meeting for Bible Study from 9:00-10:00. We have classes for every age group! After Bible Study, we take about thirty minutes and go downstairs and hang out so we can get to know each other better while we have some refreshments. At 10:30 we move upstairs to gather for worship, which begins promptly at 10:35.
Q. What should I wear?
A. Whatever you’re comfortable in. We’re pretty laid back, and to be honest, are more concerned with the fact that people are coming to church than we are with what they’re wearing.
A. We have a full band and worship through songs by Chris Tomlin, Passion, Vertical Church Band, Elevation Church, All Sons and Daughters and Bethel, to name a few. Even if you’re not familiar with these names, you’ll love our music. God has a way of taking what we do and making an incredible worship experience for everyone.
Q. Do you have programs for children?
A. Yes! Our Kids ROC (K-5th grade) meet at the same time our adults do during our 11:00 gathering (refer to our children’s ministry page for details). Our Wee ROCkers (Birth – 2 yrs.) and our toddlers (3-4 years) have a place of their own as well. To insure the safest environment possible for our children, each person serving in our children’s ministry has been vetted by having an official background check performed.