Visiting a new church can be intimidating, so let us walk through the experience with you. At Rock Point Church, our first-time guests are important to us! From parking, checking kids in, and after service, we’ll be there with you every step of the way. Join us at New Here Start Here in the front courtyard where we will assist you with navigating your way around Rock Point.
SATURDAYS: 3:30PM • 5:00PM
SUNDAYS: 8:30AM • 10:00AM • 11:30AM
ROCK POINT CHURCH
24759 S Power Rd Queen Creek, AZ 85142
We encourage all of our guests to learn about the History, Mission, Guiding Principles, and Future of Rock Point by attending one of our monthly We Are Rock Point classes. Dinner and childcare are provided.
Services are approximately 70 minutes. Click here for our weekend service times.
All of our services are taught live by one of our pastors.
If you are a guest, handicapped, or otherwise need assistance, turn your flashers on as you enter our campus and you will be directed to the closest spots available. Plan to arrive 15 minutes early to park and find a seat in our worship center. For all other guests, parking attendants are available before all services and will direct you to an appropriate parking spot.
Worship services are a casual dress environment. From shorts and flip-flops to slacks and dress-shirts, we have quite a variety of styles here. If you are the type of person that gets chilly in a movie theater, we suggest bringing a light jacket.
Join us at our We Are Rock Point Class where you will hear the story of Rock Point Church and consider how your story might fit into ours. You will learn the reasons why we value community so much and hear in greater detail about the various ways you can get plugged in at Rock Point.
We typically offer communion once during each series. There is no set schedule as we plan communion for the service where it best fits the biblical content of the message.
As followers of Jesus, we take communion together as a community. In doing this we give thanks in remembrance of Jesus who took the sin of the world upon Himself and died on a cross so that those who accept His free gift of grace would not perish but have eternal life.