What to Expect
WE ARE ABOUT. EVERY. ONE.
We are eagerly looking forward to celebrating Easter with you this year! Whether you have attended church on Easter before, or this will be your first time, we are thrilled to have you visit one of our campuses! At Red Rocks Church we have some of the friendliest volunteers on Earth who will greet you with a smile, a cup of coffee, and the answers to any questions you may have about how to navigate our campuses.
We look forward to seeing you at Red Rocks Church this Easter!
We have an amazing Kids Rock ministry that is designed specifically for children from birth to 6th grade. Each Sunday Kids Rock volunteers lead kids through a full service including a message and engaging worship. Please plan to arrive to your campus 30 minutes before service starts in order to check your child in, and if you are new, please look for the "New Family Check-in" area.
NEVER BEEN TO CHURCH BEFORE?
Never fear, you've come to the right place! We won't ask anything from you except to come with an open heart and mind. We say this often from stage, but we completely believe that we are just a bunch of messed up people, who are pursuing a perfect God. Our church is made up of people of all ages and all seasons of life, and we hope you’ll come for a service!
WHAT TO WEAR?
Come as you are; it doesn’t matter if skinny jeans, khakis, or sweat pants are your thing. Some will be dressed up, others will be casual, but all are welcome!
HOW LONG IS THE SERVICE?
Our services are typically about an hour long. You can expect a welcome from the Campus Pastor, a couple of songs of worship, and a great message.
HOW EARLY SHOULD I ARRIVE?
Plan to arrive 20 minutes early for parking and seating (especially if you want to grab a cup of coffee on your way into the service), and 30 minutes early if you have children who you’ll check in to Kids Rock.
Arriving 20-30 minutes early will help you find parking at any of our campuses and we have an amazing volunteer team who will help you navigate our parking lots. If you end up parking in the neighborhood surrounding the church, please remember to be courteous to homeowners as you park (and remember to avoid parking close to driveways and fire hydrants).