Church doesn’t stop when you leave a meeting! The good news is that you can stay connected to everything that’s happening in the life of Living Rock at home as well.
Our Facebook page shows you lots of aspects of what Living Rock Church is all about, including upcoming events, courses, stories from different people, videos and photos. Just search for Living Rock Church on Facebook.
Check out our Instagram account for photos of church life, events and encouraging messages. We’re @livingrockchurch
Give us a call
Our church office is open 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday, and we’d be more than happy for you to give us a call to find out more about who we are. You can call us on 01455 270840
During the week
There’s lots of ways to stay connected during the week, including a whole host of regular events that take place for just about every interest group! We also love to be together in our life groups; a fantastic way to get connected to others from Living Rock.
We regularly have events for mums and kids, the older generation, people that enjoy golf, crafts, events for internationals, events for those with children with special/additional needs and events for those who are exploring faith. There’s loads going on! Check out our events page for more info.
We run a small café right in our church building every week, where you can get good tea/coffee and homemade cakes. Flints runs on Tuesdays from 10am to 1pm. It’s a perfect way to get to know some people from the church or just meet a friend!
We believe that one the biggest parts of being a christian is being a part of a family, and our life groups are a fantastic place to get together with those people and to share life together. The groups meet weekly for social events, bible studies, prayer and encouragement. We have over 30 groups that meet across the region. Give us a call and ask about a life group near you!
Meet up with a friend!
Living Rock is a large church full of people with different interests and hobbies. It’s a great place to be to get to know others just like you and to form friendships. We love meeting up during the week, outside of organised meetings, just to hang out, get a drink together or have a meal together.
We love Sundays! We believe that church is about way more than just a Sunday meeting, but we do enjoy getting together with the whole church each Sunday to celebrate all the good things Jesus has done for us. Our Sunday gatherings are an opportunity to worship together, hear life-changing messages and help our children to grow in the things of God. They’re full of life, full of love and full of laughter!
We meet in multiple locations across the region each Sunday. You can find us at 10:30am in Stoney Stanton and in Market Harborough and at 1pm in Tamworth. If you live near the Coalville area, we have a new, smaller group of people that are meeting there on Thursday evenings. Head over to our location pages for more information.
If you have children, you’re in great company! We have loads of kids at Living Rock, and a fantastic team of people that look after them. If you’re visiting us on a Sunday, ask to speak to someone from HotRock, who can talk to you in more detail.
Head to the guest area
We love meeting new people, and we have guest areas set up to help! If you’re visiting us for the first time, we’d love to get to know you. Plus, rumour has it that you get better coffee in the guest area!
If you are visiting us for the first time, someone might hand you a bright yellow connect card. It’s a simple way for us to keep in touch and to find out what sorts of things you’re interested in so that we can help you get connected to others. Once you’ve filled the card out, a member of our connections team will be in touch and let you know what you can do next!
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Knit and Natter is such a friendly group, and it doesn't matter that I am not very good at knitting!Annette SiversBlaby