We’re a church in Laurel, Montana. Welcome to our site!

New here?
Your next step.


We’re a church in Laurel, Montana. Welcome to our site!

New here?
Your next step.

It’s tough being the new guy.

Let us make it a little easier for you. Here’s what you can expect on a Sunday at The Rock Church:

What we’re like.

A lot of shorts and t-shirts in the summer, but some people still like to wear a tie or a dress. We’ve had several guests say that our attenders are authentic and friendly … we agree. Guys here like to make up stories about how big a fish they caught that weekend, girls like to laugh and hold babies. Babies like to cry. We can’t really help that.

Oh, and we’re pretty serious about softball too (three-time champions!).

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When you get here.

We’re pretty busy on an average Sunday. Like, so-busy-there-aren’t-many-parking-spaces-nearby busy. That’s why we offer free valet parking. Or, you can always get here a little early if you think our valet drivers look sketchy (they’re not).

When you walk up to the front doors you’ll see a few smiling greeters who are excited to say hello and shake your hand. If hand shaking isn’t your thing, you can avoid the greeters by pretending that there is something important on your phone that you have to look at.

If you have kids.

You can check kids into our nursery, preschool and grade school age programs at the welcome center. We take your kid’s safety very seriously, so we have a quick process to increase security.

Easter Sunday egg hunt.
What we do during church.

We sing both new worship songs, old hymns, and even the occasional Hank Williams classic. If you like variety, we have it.

Pastor Greg’s preaching style is approachable and engaging. He uses personal experiences to make Bible stories relatable, and he’ll make you laugh if you like bad jokes. You might cringe a lot if you don’t, but at least you’ll learn something. If you have to miss church one week, you can watch or listen to any sermon online.

Pastor Greg will be in front of the stage at the end of the service if you feel like talking. Greg likes to talk a lot, so you don’t have to say anything if you don’t want to.

Want to know more about us and what we believe? Take a look at the About Us page.

Ask us anything.

This is what we’re doing.

February 19, 2017
  • Sunday Morning Life Group

    February 19, 2017 @ 8:45 am - 9:45 am

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  • Sunday Service

    February 19, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
    The Rock Church, 820 W 9th St, Laurel, MT 59044, USA

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  • Youth Group

    February 19, 2017 @ 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

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This is what the messages are like.

A Biblical response to the refugee crisis.

7 days ago

"The God who made the world and everything in it, being Lord of heaven and earth, does not live in temples made by man, nor is he served by human hands, as though he needed anything, since he himself gives to all mankind life and ...

The pursuit.

2 weeks ago

What's important to you? What do you spend your time in life pursuing? 1 Timothy 6:10 says "the love of money is a root of all kinds of evils" ... so dedicating our lives to the pursuit of money can only lead to evil! But Paul says " ...

Faith and finances.

3 weeks ago

Be honest - when you hear the word “give” in the church you get skeptical. “Oh, here it is,” you say. “They just want my money.” But God doesn’t want your money. He wants your heart. You’ll trust God with your health, employment, and ...

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Where at?

The Rock Church
820 West 9th Street
Laurel, Montana 59044

What Time?

10:00 am

Talk to us.

Or call 406-628-6200.

What’s your next step?

We’re not gonna lie … taking steps towards spiritual growth isn’t easy. You can’t do it without Jesus. And you can’t do it without knowing where to start. So get started here.

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Miss church? Watch here.

Coming to church on Sundays at The Rock is a great way to grow. If you’re not going to The Rock, you should go somewhere. And if you miss a Sunday, just watch here.

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Win with your money.

God doesn’t need your money. So why does he ask for a tithe? Because your money is where your heart is.

Start tithing.

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