Worship isn’t something we just do at church. Worship should impact our entire lives.

Each day is a gift from God and is full of potential.  God has daily blessings planned for each of His children.So, in all you do, let it be worship to our Lord and Savior for His great gift to us. Worship by doing, by giving, by living, by being.

Connect with other kids each Sunday and Wednesday.

Sunday 10:00 am:
Rock Kidz provides two age specific groups.
Jr. Rock Kidz for 3 to 5 years olds and Sr. Rock Kidz for kids 6 through 12 years old.

Wednesday’s Kidz Connection starts at 7:00 pm and is for kids 3 – 12 years old.

Kids grow up quickly. Rock Church believes that God’s Word contains all of the tools and direction that each child will ever need to navigate the path of life.

Each week, we explore God’s Word through games,lessons, music, and activities.

Parents, we need you!  Our children need positive adult role models in their lives.  Each Sunday and Wednesday, we have the awesome opportunity to impact our kids for Christ. Be a part of this important ministry.

Email Virginia Maremont to find out where you can help out.

BGMC; Boys and Girls Missionary Challenge helps to raise funds to help missionaries reach children around the world for Jesus.  Our BGMC goal for 2012 is $700.

BGMC Sunday is the first Sunday of each Month. Remember your Buddy Barrels for our special Missions offering.

Our children spend the majority of their young lives in the classroom. Many Christian parents take advantage of the opportunities offered by a Christian school to help train their child up in the way that he or she should go (Proverbs 22:6).

It is exciting to know that there are 923 Assemblies of God/Association of Christian Teachers and Schools (ACTS) sponsored day schools and childcare centers within the United States. Christian teachers have approximately 1260 instructional contact hours per year in a day school and over 2,000 in a childcare center. This allows a tremendous amount of direct Christian discipleship and evangelism to occur in this school system.

Private education accounts for 118,296 students within Assemblies of God/ACTS schools. According to the most current statistics from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), approximately 10% of all U.S. students are educated in private schools. Between now and 2014, the number of students in private schools is expected to continue to increase by 5%.