Sunday Services


10:00-sunday school





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Click on the video above to watch Ed Bear's sermon entitled "Who Is My Neighbor?" from July 8th. Ed is a member of Steamboat Rock Baptist Church and one of the people chosen to preach while Pastor Harrison Lippert is away on sabbatical.

Click on the link below for a schedule of those preaching for the remainder of the sabbatical as well as videos of the previous sermons while Pastor Lippert has been away.


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What: Children's Church Informational Meeting

When: Sunday, July 29th during Sunday School hour

Description: Have you heard we are launching Children's Church? Join us to learn about the fundamentals, and see what it means to you as a parent or church member. Those attending will be able to participate in our planning process and weigh in on some logistics by voting on some details! We encourage any parent, especially those who are interested in using Children's Church, and all church members to attend. Refreshments and child care will be provided.



walk thru the Bible's Old Testament 

When: August 19th, 12:00 lunch through 3:30 PM

Cost: $5 per ticket (can be purchased at the Welcome Center) - cost includes lunch

For: 3rd Graders through Adults 

*Children's activities for 4 years old - 2nd grade and nursery available for 3 years and younger

Description: There's a lot to remember in the Bible and it can be overwhelming and confusing. But through otLIVE, in just a few short hours, you will learn the major people, and events of the Old Testament in chronological order—and you'll enjoy yourself in the process! More than 2 million people in the USA and over 10 million worldwide have attended otLIVE, making it one of the most attended events of all time!



Sunday School Class


Starts june 3rd

adults & high school students

Description: Is real friendship too risky? We live in a world where real friendship is hard to find. Suspicious of others and insecure about ourselves, we retreat to the safety of our small, self-made digital worlds. Tragically, even the church can become a place that reinforces this isolation. Jesus models a much richer vision of friendship. Pastor and teacher Scott Sauls invites Christians to see the breadth of Christ’s love toward people we often avoid. In this 6-session series, Scott outlines principles for befriending those around us with the love of Jesus.

Location: Youth Loft