Frequently Asked Questions
Is Rush Creek part of a denomination?
We are not part of a denomination. We are, however, affiliated with the Grace Gospel Fellowship an association of churches and organizations committed to a Biblical dispensational theology and dedicated to understanding and extending the fulness of the grace of God.
Do you have more than one service?
We have one service on Sunday morning from 10 to 11.10 am.
We also offer a smaller, more traditional, Sunday evening service and teaching time from 6 to 7 pm.
What can I expect during a worship service?
On any given Sunday morning you will be worshipping with 500 to 700 individuals. We value families and inter generational worship so you will experience various styles of music; contemporary and hymns. During the 1.15 minute service you will be challenged with a 35 or 40 minute message. We also value local and overseas outreach efforts so you may be introduced to some of the ministry that Rush Creek is involved with worldwide.
What should I wear to the service?
At Rush Creek you will see a wide variety of clothing choices, from jeans to dresses and ties. Our purpose in coming together is to worship God, not to impress each other. It’s not about what you wear. What is important is that you join us to learn and grow together in order to be a genuine community in pursuit of God and his design for life.
What will my kids do during the service?
We are multi-generational church and welcome children into the service; the quiet ones and the energetic ones. But we, of course, have a safe and nurturing nursery for babies and toddlers during the service. We also have foundational Bible teaching during the entire service for first through fourth grade. Fifth and sixth graders join us for roughly the first half hour of the worship service and then are invited to join their peers in an energetic and Biblically rooted worship and learning time.
Do you have Christian Education Hour or Sunday School?
We call it Second Hour. It follows our morning worship service and begins around 11 a.m. Nearly 50% of those who attend the worship service each Sunday also stay for Second Hour. Though there is certainly no expectation for you to stay, a high percentage of those that do participate indicate that they appreciate the depth of learning experienced and the personal relationships developed.
(Second Hour takes a break during the summer and will resume in the fall.)
Do you make any accommodations for those with special needs?
Families of those with special needs are most welcome. We celebrate that each individual is uniquely created in the image of God and, as a result, each individual has unique needs. Allergic to gluten or food allergy? Let our staff know and we will work with you to ensure a safe environment including a gluten free communion option. Mental, physical, or neurological challenges? We have a team of volunteers ready to help ensure your entire family can worship and participate at Rush Creek. Hearing impaired? We have devices for the hearing impaired during our worship services, and individuals who are willing and ready to communicate via sign language. Please call us, or let any of our staff or greeters know how we can best serve you and your family.
If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us!