A place where you can be REAL.


Since we started in 2018 we dreamed about how this could help more people hear the good news of Jesus and take the next step in their faith. What we didn’t know then, was that God was actually preparing us for this moment when we would be called on to adapt how we do church together to meet the needs of our community and reach the hearts of our neighbors. View our Online Service on Facebook by clicking HERE!



REAL! What does it look like to be real? You don't want to be like those people who act like they have it all together. You don't have to hide. You can be open. In this teaching series you will learn the importance of realness. It's time to be REAL!


THE ROCK CHURCH is a place where you can be REAL.


It is my privilege to pastor The Rock Church. I love what God is doing and I believe that the best is still ahead. At The Rock Church we focus a lot on Small Groups. Basically, Small Groups are house Churches that collectively come together on Sunday’s to gather together. During this time, we are going to practice social distancing, as what is recommended, while this outbreak of the Coronavirus. We are going to gather in Small Groups weekly on for the following Sunday’s until further notice. To find a gathering to attend CLICK HERE! While this may be a change as far as meeting on Sunday, everything else is the same. We are still going to serve our community. We are still going to be missional. We are still going to worship on Sunday. We are still going to focus on reaching people with the Gospel! I’m really excited to see how God is going to use this time for His glory. The Church was created by God to carry out His mission. A building doesn’t define who we are. Like before, we are always going to get outside of a building to focus on being the Church. If you need help with anything during this time just contact us by texting “help” to (509)215-2614.



At The Rock Church, we want to care for our congregation in all respects, including the physical well-being of our community. To that end, we are asking you, our congregants, to take precautions to keep yourself and others safe, especially in light of recent developments with the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Please be mindful of the guidance from the Washington Department of Health and the CDC, including:

  • Stay home when you are sick.

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.

  • While asymptomatic travelers from China are not mandated to observe a 14-day quarantine, we urge you to consider refraining from attending church events, classes, and services until the 14-day time-frame has been followed. We also ask that anyone returning from a high-alert area (currently South Korea, Iran, Italy, Japan) consider doing the same. While you are out, you can access the sermons by Monday afternoon each week at

The uncertainty of this outbreak is creating anxiety in our workplaces, schools, and day-to-day activities. Yet we remain confident of God’s constant presence and careful attention to all that is happening. Please join us in praying for those who are affected by this illness, as well as for their caregivers and those who are working around the clock to minimize the impact of this virus.

In Psalm 46, we are reminded that it is God who is our refuge and strength, and our ever-present help in trouble. Therefore, let us not fear, but with confidence use this opportunity to be the hands and feet of Jesus through our prayers and our care for others.

Questions or concerns?

If you’d like to share your thoughts, concerns, questions, or ideas with us as we navigate our response to this situation, we’d love to hear from you. Your input and feedback are truly important to us. Please email with any questions or comments.

While we cannot control the virus, the spread, or the impact it has on our church, we’re doing everything we can to make both of our locations as safe and clean as possible. We appreciate your cooperation and commitment to help us do just that. We must also remember that God has not called us to live in fear but in faith. As the apostle Paul wrote in 2 Timothy 1:7, “For the Spirit of God does not make us timid, but gives us power, love, and self-discipline.” My prayer is that God will fill us all with these three gifts, no matter what comes our way.