Everyone feels the need to fit in. This is especially true when we are in high school. It is a unique time in our lives when, for the first time, we have to start to define who we are and who we want to become. Up to this point our choices have been limited and major decisions have been made for us.
This generation is searching for an identity. The media tries to define them, their friends, the culture, the background, their neighborhood and may other things attempt to force their identity on them. Here, at the Rock of Waterbury, we look to provide a community that will give our youth the ability to find their identity in Christ and encourage each other stay committed in that choice.
Every Sunday morning we meet during service with messages that teach the Word of God and shows how it relates to our lives today. The Word of God is just as relevant today as it was 2000 years ago. This time is interactive and discussion based.
Wednesday Night Bible Study: Wednesday nights at 6:30 PM we meet for an hour and take a deeper look into the Bible.
The First Friday of every month we gather to have a night of fun and games. We are looking to build a community with relationships that will last a lifetime.
“Let us consider how to inspire each other to greater love and to righteous deeds, not forgetting to gather as a community, as some have forgotten, but encouraging each other, especially as the day of His return approaches.”