What to Expect During Your Visit

When you arrive at a worship service you will be greeted and guided where to go. From there, come on in, grab a tea or coffee if you wish, and find a seat.  Our services begin at 10:30 am each Sunday. They usually run about 75 minutes.

Parking is in our grass lot across from the church or anywhere on the street.

Expect a welcoming, informal atmosphere. We open with a few songs of worship and have some time for prayer. Then our pastor will share a message that applies wisdom from the Bible to everyday life. To finish, we usually sing another song or two.  After the service, we invite you to stay for coffee and get to know some of our friendly family here at Rolla Church. Following the service we also invite you to stay and join us for our Adult and Children's Sunday School classes that run from 12:00-12:30. 

At Rolla Church, we deeply believe in the value of having children join and participate throughout the duration of our Sunday morning worship services. It is important to us that children get to grow up in the service, learning and experiencing life as members in the body of Christ. So don't worry, we appreciate and embrace the sound of children in our services.

For Children under 5 who are struggling to stay still and quiet in the service, we have a viewing room for parents and children equipped with toys for the kids to play quietly, a speaker to hear the service, and a large window into the sanctuary to still feel part of what is going on.

For nursing mothers, there is a nursery equipped with cribs, rockers, diapers, a sound machine, and a monitor if you feel comfortable letting your little ones sleep while you rejoin the service. Our Nursery is located downstairs.

We do take up an offering during the service but, as our guest, please do not feel obligated to give anything. Those who give money do so to support our church budget, our ministries in the community and missions in other countries.

Again, we are pretty informal here at Rolla Church. It is pretty standard to see most people wearing jeans, a t-shirt, and/or a button-down shirt of some kind. Come in what makes you feel comfortable!