Welcome! We hope to get the chance to meet you! We know visiting a new church can be an intimidating experience. What do I wear? How long is the service? What kind of music? What about the kids? The information below will help you navigate your first visit to StoneBridge.
What time? 8:15, 9:45, and 11:30AM
Where is StoneBridge? StoneBridge is located at 176 Roswell St. at the intersection of Roswell St. and Waddell St. (one block off the Marietta Square). If you need additional directions, please contact us.
What do I wear? We’re pretty casual. You’ll see more jeans and shorts than coats and ties.
Where do I park? You can park in the lot directly behind StoneBridge or in the 166 Lawyers Building lot at the corner of Waddell and Anderson. In addition, all street parking on the Square is free on Sundays.
Where do I go once I get to StoneBridge? As you enter the lobby, you’ll see a Welcome Room to your left. Please stop by to meet a member of our hospitality team, who will be happy to orient you for the morning.
What about my kids?
Children Children’s ministry is available at all three of our services, for ages birth through fifth grade. The children meet in our 164 Building, which is two doors up from the church’s main entrance. Click here to learn more about children’s ministry at StoneBridge.
Students Students in grades 6-12 meet on Sunday nights from 5 pm – 7 pm at 166 Roswell St. During the 9:45 and 11:30 services, middle school students join David Scott, our student pastor, for worship and to discuss the same passage the adults are studying. Click here to learn more about student ministry at StoneBridge.
What happens during the service?
Our service typically lasts 75 minutes and includes a time of worship, a message, and an opportunity to receive prayer.
At StoneBridge we believe that every person was created to worship. Worship connects us with a God that desires to meet with us even more than we desire to meet with Him. When we encounter the presence of Jesus we are changed more and more into who we were created to be. As we worship together corporately we respond to God through singing, thanksgiving, physical expression, prayer and silence as seen in scripture, as the Holy Spirit leads us.
“Shout for joy to the Lord, all the earth. Worship the Lord with gladness; come before Him with joyful songs. Know that the Lord is God. It is He who made us, and we are His people, the sheep of His pasture. Enter His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise; give thanks to Him and praise His name. For the Lord is good and His love endures forever; His faithfulness continues through all generations.”
– Psalm 100
How do I connect?
We look forward to seeing you and would love the chance to meet you! If you would like to reach out before your visit and let us know you are coming, we will be looking out for you. You can contact Jeremy Morris at email@example.com to plan a visit or if you want more information.