November 3 - November 24

The Struggle is Real

November 3 Luke 6:20-31

November 10 Psalm 145:1-5, 17-21                    

November 17 Isaiah 65:17-25                           

November 24 Colossians 1:11-20


September-November 2019

Go here to find a full listing of groups, both short term and on-going, to choose from. Get connected in a small group this fall and let's grow together!


October 31  6-8pm

One of our biggest events each year is about to get bigger! Come out for trunk or treating, carnival rides, fall time refreshments, and more! You don't want to miss this! Email Josh Howard to host a trunk!


November 2

On Friday, November 1, Men’s Ministry will be cooking chicken and beef, and peeling/dicing potatoes. We need 10-12 volunteers to come and help with the prep work.  Stew will be ready for pickup on Saturday, November 2nd. Pickup times will be announced closer to the event. To reserve a gallon of stew to purchase, order here or sign up either in the lobby or at the welcome center by Sunday, October 27. Stew is $30 per gallon and you will need to bring your own container upon pickup. 


November 28

Serving and delivering meals this Thanksgiving is a multi-church endeavor. Please help us represent our church family and be the hands and feet of Jesus. Times coming soon!


November 18

We will be packing holiday food boxes for our Backpack Ministry at 10am. This will be a big endeavor! All are welcome to come help pack food in boxes and stay for lunch afterward.


Reading Through the Bible Together

Monday, October 28

Acts 1-3 

:: In Acts 1 Jesus ascends, in Acts 2 Holy Spirit is poured out and the church is born, in Acts 3 the 3pm healing at the Beautiful Gate … Demonstrate your love for Jesus throughout this week in a new and fresh way.

Tuesday, October 29

Acts 4-5, Psalm 148

:: In Acts 4 we get a glimpse of the church’s first prayer meeting. 

As we pray this week, ask God how you can help usher in redemption.

Wednesday, October 30

Acts 6-7, Psalm 149

:: In Acts 5, systems were developed to care for women, children, and the needy. In Acts 6, Stephen is murdered for his passion for Jesus and others. How will you speak and act like Jesus for the oppressed?

Thursday, October 31

Acts 8-10

:: Saul leaves behind his life of torturing Christians and believes in Jesus. Does your life resemble Paul’s new life of loving Jesus, being a voice for Jesus, and getting going for Jesus? If not, what needs to change? 

Friday, November 1

Acts 11-12, Psalm 150

:: Pray for a fresh outpouring of the Holy Spirit in your life and in our community. What are new ways to extend the hope and love of Jesus?

Saturday, November 2

Acts 13-15, Proverbs 1

:: In Acts 15 we get our commission that the church must be for all people and we must go out to the hurting, confused, and needy ..not waiting for the world to come to us.  Why is this so important to our vision?

Sunday, November 3

Acts 16-18

:: Such incredible stories of early church missionary work. To whom is God calling you to offer love and reconciliation? How will you respond?


Share your insights #SRBible365


November 8-9

Marriage isn't easy. Our hope is that these two days together will help to strengthen a good marriage or start to heal a hurting one. There is limited space so sign up early!  We are also hosting a free kids retreat on campus to give you the freedom to focus on each other!

Register here! $80/couple


October 20-31

Please drop off your jars of peanut butter and/or jelly to the church reception area between Oct 20-31. We will have an area for dropoff at the Fall Festival as well! Thank you for donating to those in need!


November 17

The Stone River traditional choir will be presenting Come to the Water, a special time of praise and worship with beautiful music. Make plans to come!