Frequently Asked Questions
Interested to learn more about our worship service? We’ve put together some of the most commonly asked questions about Solid Rock’s Sunday church service.
Do your services follow a certain schedule?
Yes, our services typically follow this format:
- Music / Singing / Worship
- Altar Call / Closing
Our service starts promptly on time and typically lasts an hour and a half.
What's involved in each church service?
Worship is integral to our services and takes place for about 20 minutes at the beginning and end of each service. Recorded music will start 15 minutes before the church service officially begins. Messages may also be accompanied by music or song.
Our pastor will share a message based on the Bible during each church service.
Do you show video clips during the service?
Yes, we do show video clips during our services when appropriate. We use this to help our congregation understand the message.
Does each service include an altar call?
Sunday services usually have an altar call accompanied by music after the message. We invite members and guests to use this time as an opportunity for prayer, personal reflection, and to encourage others.
We usually don’t plan to have an altar call during midweek services, and usually close with a brief moment of prayer, but sometimes we are moved during a midweek service to offer an altar call.
Do you speak in tongues?
Yes, our church does encourage speaking in tongues. This may be a new experience for you, and that’s okay!
Speaking in “tongues” simply means that you’re speaking in a language unknown to you as the Spirit of God gives you the ability. This happened throughout the New Testament and still happens today! The Bible teaches that this is the initial evidence of being filled with the Holy Spirit, a form of prayer, and also a spiritual gift (Acts 2, 1 Corinthians 14).
If you experience this during a church service and would like to speak to someone about it, please contact us. We’re happy to talk to you and answer your questions.
Additional Questions? Feel Free To Contact Us.