In light of COVID-19, we are currently not meeting in our regular location. Please join us remotely on Sunday mornings via Facebook Live.
Sundays, 10am @ Clearspring Middle School
Come join us as we worship God, pray, hear from Scripture, and do communion together. Our music has an acoustic feel, our vibe is warm, casual, honest, simple, and deep.
We practice an open table, meaning everyone is welcome to participate in communion.
Come as you are and don’t worry if you’re running late – you won’t be the only one. Coffee’s ready at 10. Our service starts at 10:15. After the service, we visit and the kids run around and play (and sometimes we have a potluck!).
Kids are an integral part of who we are and what we do as the Church. At Stonehouse, kids worship with the adults and then go to their own learning/activity time during the message. We call them back so they can join us for communion. A little extra noise is pretty inevitable with kids in the room – we get this and welcome it.
While we are still in this formation stage, our kids all hang out together during their learning time. Typically, they interact with a story from the Bible, sing a couple songs, play an active game, and/or do a craft. We have a great group of teens and adults that lead and care for our kids. As we grow, we’ll incorporate teaching that targets different age groups, sign-ins/sign-outs for the little ones, and criminal record/vulnerable sector checks for our leaders.
More to Come
This is an exciting time for us! We are just beginning to emerge publicly in our community for the first time, transitioning from meeting in Shannon and Tim’s home to meeting at Clearspring Middle School. So much potential, so much unknown, and lots to figure out as we live into our call to do good in our community, worship together, and welcome others into the Stonehouse family. That said, when you come, you’ll get us as we are, at this stage of figuring it out, dreaming about what is possible, and living into our call one step at a time. We’d welcome your companionship, your input, and the gifts you’ve been created to give as we take these steps. Ultimately, who we are and what we become is God’s work: God is building Stonehouse.