Sundays at 9:00 and 10:45 a.m.

As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.

Proverbs 27:17

Christians live every single day in the middle of the process of becoming more like Jesus.  This process, called sanctification, happens in three stages.  There is an initial freeing from sin that happens when Christians place their trust in Christ (Romans 6:11; Galatians 2:20; Colossians 3:3).  Next, God invites and empowers every Christian to cooperate with Him in an ongoing process of spiritual growth (1 Thessalonians 5:23; Hebrews 2:11, 13:20-21; 1 Corinthians 9:24-27; Philippians 2:12-13).  Finally, those who have placed their trust in Jesus Christ will be made completely holy when they leave the body (1 Peter 5:10; Romans 2:10; 5:2).  This process is an incredible work of God in our lives, however we also need God’s Word and the help of other believers in order to make progress.

senior group

Stones Crossing Seniors provides a great way to get connected with others at Stones. The seniors (ages 55+) begin meeting September 12. The group meets weekly and  reads Scripture and prays together while they enjoy being together.  Click the link below to get in touch and to register.


Classes are short-term studies taught by experienced and learned teachers.  These classes start in the fall and spring, and everyone is welcome.
Sunday mornings with Chris McLaughlin
Know what you believe and why you believe it. Sadly, many Christians profess active trust in Jesus Christ, the Bible, and the forgiveness of sins, but don't know why. In this 10-week class, you'll learn why faith in Jesus is reasonable and how to defend your beliefs.

Wednesday nights with Brian O'Malley
Join Bible teacher, Brian O'Malley, in a 10-week study of the book of the Old Testament book of Exodus.  Following the beginning of the story of Moses, here we will see the foundations of God's grace to us and how God makes known to us and the whole world that He is the Lord.

Wednesday nights with Chris McLaughlin
Let's be honest, the Bible is a tough book! But what if there was a key to reading it? Wouldn't that de-mystify it and get you excited about reading it? In this 10-week class, we'll see how the key to reading Scripture is Jesus Christ and give you the tools you need to read it with confidence.



Real discipleship. Real people.
We believe discipleship happens best in the context of Christian community.  Meeting throughout the week in homes, our Discipleship Groups (or D-Groups) focus on training disciples of Jesus Christ, building authentic community and friendships, and providing care for our church body. Being in a D-group is a great way to study God's Word, grow in your relationship with Jesus, and meet your "3:00 a.m. friends."