GuestsWhat To Expect
RockFish Church wants to see a radically abandoned people given to the advancement of the Gospel and succeeds when all members are connecting relationally, growing spiritually and engaging in the cause of Christ; believing that the Bible is the irrefutable word of God.
RockFish Church is called to build an unstoppable church on the foundation of Jesus.
What To Expect
Stepping into any new environment for the first time can be a little intimidating. This is just as true of a church as it is of anywhere else. Here is what to expect when you come.
When are services?
There are 6 services a week at RockFish Church. Wednesday night services starts at 7:30pm. Friday and Saturday night services (Cafe Rock) start at 6:30pm. Sunday services are held at 9:00 am, 10:30 am and 1:00 pm.
What should I wear?
There is no dress code or dress expectations at RockFish. You’ll find people wearing everything from shorts, T-shirts and sandals to business-casual attire. Dress in the way that you believe is modest, and makes you comfortable.
What can I expect at a service?
At every service you can expect to be greeted by people who are excited to see you. There is guest parking available near the front of the building as well as handicap accessible parking. There is free coffee and tea available at all our services.
At all services you can expect a casual atmosphere, live worship music and thought-provoking messages based on the Bible.
At Friday & Saturday night services (called Café Rock) there are tables, chairs, and regular seating in the Worship Center. Hamburgers, fries, salad, and beverages are available before service starts.
Is there something for my kids / students?
Sundays during all services RockFish Kids welcomes children ages 2 years – 5th grade. Nursery is available for ages newborn and up.
For Friday & Saturday night services RockFish Kids, Nursery, and RockFish Students are not available.
During Wednesday night services, RockFish Students meet just after worship. RockFish Kids and nursery is also available.
What is Starting Point?
Starting Point Class meets every Sunday at 12:10 pm. This is the first step to becoming connected at RockFish Church. Whether you’re here for two months, two years, twenty years or more, it is essential that you get connected. This is your starting point.
How do I get connected?
From the six services each week, groups that meet regularly, and several ministries that have events weekly, there is always something going on at RockFish Church. A great way to get connected is to see what’s going on and get plugged in.
You can learn more about Getting Involved here.
At RockFish Kids, children ages newborn through 5th grade will be cared for by a team committed to sharing exciting lessons and activities. Here your child will have the opportunity to know and grow closer to God.
RockFish Students exists to help 6th-12th graders connect to Jesus and His church, grow in their faith, and serve those around them. RockFish Students meet weekly on Wednesday nights after worship. Students 6-12th grade are also invited to Ignite, a monthly event.
RockFish Worship is a collective of musicians from RockFish Church who are dedicated to seeing the presence of God at RockFish Church and in the community of Ft. Bragg, Raeford, and Fayetteville, NC. RockFish Worship exists to lead his people in worship of a steadfast and mighty God.