Every Sunday, you can join us online via Facebook Live. 10:20am on our online weeks and approximately 10:40 when we’re meeting in person.
Our in-person services will resume once health guidelines permit.
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.
Coffee is ready at 10. Our service starts at 10:20. Come as you are and don’t worry if you’re running late – you won’t be the only one. *In this COVID season, we are sitting around tables (1 table per household or cohort) and are following physical distancing guidelines. See the in-person gathering guidelines for what to expect.
Kids are an integral part of who we are and what we do as the Church! At Stonehouse, kids worship with the adults and would typically go to their own learning/activity time during the message (and we’d call them back to join us for communion). However, during this COVID season, things look a little different: Kids are not being dismissed for a separate learning time. Instead, we have kid activity bins for each family and aim to be inclusive in the teaching time. We’ll also have a toddler area set up at the back of the auditorium. A little extra noise is pretty inevitable with kids in the room – we get this and welcome it.
More to Come
This is an exciting time for us! We’ve emerged publicly in the community during this COVID season through social media and now our doors are opening! We have a great space and are grateful to worship together in person after 6 months of church online. So much potential, so much unknown, and lots to figure out as we live into our call to be present 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 company, 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 up to God: God is the architect, we are the artisans and builders.