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!).

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.

What we do during worship.

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.

This is what the sermons are like.

I'm saved, now what must I do?

3 days ago

Getting saved is the most important thing you could ever do. And once you are saved, there is nothing and no one that can ever take that away. But being saved is about more than just the forgiveness of your sins and getting out of ...

Salvation through doubt.

1 week ago

Most people think doubt is always bad. Sometimes it is. But doubt can also teach us about the importance of looking at what's going on around us, rather than what's happening to us. In your doubt, learn to depend on God, not the things ...

My part in His story.

3 weeks ago

It's easy to get focused on ourselves. We think the world revolves around us, and our problems. We even think God does things for our happiness, or our benefit. That's not what the Bible says though. Everything is for God's glory, and ...

What's Your Story?

4 weeks ago

Some people love to tell stories. Some don't. But everybody has one. The most important story ever told is about Jesus Christ. Is he a part of your story? For this week's challenge: write down the story about when you were saved. ...

Spiritual Growth Introduction.

1 month ago

Have you ever seen a grown adult in a highchair? No, probably not. That would be weird. But you will see it in this week's message. It's Pastor Greg's way of illustrating spiritual growth, or lack thereof. After watching, you should be ...

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Where at?

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

What Time?

10:00 am

Need a phone number?

Here you go: 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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