We are excited that you are considering a visit to Stonegate Church!
Our most abiding hope is to extend the glory of God through lives changed by the gospel of Jesus Christ. We want to provide ways for people to connect
We understand that finding a local church home is an unnerving task. The difficulty is magnified when you are unsure about the details that matter to you: where do we go, how do we dress, what do we do, do we have to pray out loud…among others! To serve you, we've answered some commonly asked questions below.
We look forward to meeting you soon!
- Who goes to Stonegate Church?
You will encounter a diverse biblical community of people seeking to love Jesus and serve their city as we think Jesus would. On a practical level, some who are attending Stonegate are simply asking questions about Jesus and Christianity for the first time, while others have given their lives away in a local church for much of their lives. Stonegate members stretch across the spectrum of ages and backgrounds. Everyone is welcome.
- What if I’m not used to going to church?
You are the reason we started Stonegate. Stonegate is a safe place to ask questions and a comfortable place for those curious about Jesus. It is ok if you are wrestling with questions. This is a place for you to learn and apply what the Bible teaches.
- What will Stonegate worship services be like?
Stonegate Church has always been a place where we keep it very simple. It’s relaxed but focused, simple and authentic. We design our worship services to be a place for people to meet with God. Here’s what you can expect during a typical worship gathering:
One of our greatest privileges as followers of Jesus is being able to pray directly to God. As we start our morning services, we typically spend a few minutes praying. If you feel comfortable praying
overyour family, you can. If there are issues that you would like one our leaders to pray over, we would be honoredto serve you in that way. You’ll find them up front when the service is over.
During the gathering, our worship team will lead us in a number of songs. Our worship leaders seek to balance new, original music with some of the great hymns of our faith. As we sing, the focus is on Jesus! So regardless of what you sound like, feel free to sing aloud with us.
The Bible is God’s gift to mankind! It shows us everything we need for life and death. The Bible unwraps the story of God playing out in human history. Every week a Pastor will teach straight from the Bible in a challenging and practical way. We encourage you to bring your Bible with you. If you do not have one, feel free to use (or take) one of ours.
If you are our guest, please feel no obligation to give anything financially. We just ask that you place the guest information card in the basket as it is passed. During the time of response
afterthe message, please feel free to give as God leads you.
- What should I wear?
At Stonegate, you’re welcome to wear whatever you’d like. There is no set dress code, although the attire is more on the casual side. Just be you.
- What about my kids?
Our children’s ministry is fantastic! Stonegate is a family-friendly environment. We believe that children are a blessing from God and are a vital part of every local church. Children from birth to 5th grade go to our
area where they receive age-appropriate teaching from an amazing team of adults. The environment is clean and safe. Each adult worker has completed a background check and is qualified to engage your child. When you walk in, just follow the signs to drop your kids off at the appropriate area. Students in the 6th grade and up are welcome to worship with us. Camp Stonegate
- How can I connect with other people?
The first step to get connected would be Pastors Coffee. This is a once a month meeting on Sunday evenings where you can meet some of the pastors and learn more about Stonegate's vision and values. We will also spend some time helping you find a
- Can I invite my friends?
Please do. We seek to be a welcoming environment for people who are curious about Christianity or who are seeking to belong to a community of believers.
These answers were okay, but how can I find out more about the church?
You can email for more information.