The Rock Young Adults

To know wisdom and instruction, to understand words of insight

Proverbs 1:2

The Rock Young Adults meet every Saturday at 10:30am in the sanctuary.  For ages 18-35, married or unmarried, we gather weekly to seek God and understand more about His way and will for our lives—think life discipleship.   Our young adult leaders feel passionate about leading this next generation into a deeper walk with the Lord while building community with others.  Our time together consists of worship, a topical conversation and small group discussions. 
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Saturday Services - 10:30am

Come join us for live worship and a message geared towards life discipleship through a Christian point of view.  Messages center around knowing your identity in Christ and walking in that identity in a secular world, and through everyday problems.

Small Groups

Small groups are the lifeblood of our community.  Whether they are after service on Saturday, Wednesday Nights during the summer, or guided programs dealing with emotional health, identity, or conquering addictions, our small groups not only drive community, but also offer avenues for growth and healing.


Worship Nights, BBQ's, Game Nights, and Movie Nights are some of the ways we get together outside of service once a month.  Church sponsored events are only a fraction of the things the Young Adult Community gets together for.  It's not uncommon for groups to plan beach outings, or hikes, and there's ALWAYS someone to go to lunch with after services.  

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