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Solid Rock Christian Center is called to proclaim the Gospel of Christ and to inspire in all persons a love for Christ and each other, a passion for righteousness, and a consciousness of their duties to God and each other.




Developing and investing in people through training, equipping, empowering and mobilizing them to impact the community, city and world for Christ.



We invest in the lives of others. We share each other’s burdens and rejoice in each other’s victories. We consider others more important than ourselves.

Biblical Worship

We glorify God and experience His presence through corporate and personal worship that is God centered, life changing and based on biblical principles, resulting in expressions of love, gratitude, honor and service.


We intentionally facilitate serving our community environments where we encourage, challenge, and serve to impact our community as a reflection of the church. We hold each other accountable in the process of spiritual growth and Christ like relationships.

Biblical Teaching

We lead people out of a deep conviction and commitment to God’s Word, so that together we grow in our love and application of it. We believe in the indwelling of the Holy Spirit for all Believers and that the Holy Spirit verifies and validates the Believer as part of the Body of Christ. We believe that it is God’s desire that all believers live under the “Divine Direction” of the Holy Spirit. We believe that the filling of the Holy Spirit is an ongoing ministry of the Spirit in the life of the Believer, that enables the Believer to live a life of power, victory, and glory to God

Complete Love For All

We believe the church should be a place of openness, honesty and loving relationships, that we should be people of integrity and honesty in all that we do. We seek to demonstrate God’s love to all people regardless of race, gender, identity or class. We believe how we treat, immigrants, refugees, the sick, the hungry, the oppressed, the prisoner, the homeless is how we treat Jesus Christ.