We’re So Glad You’re Here!
We believe church should be a place where you feel you belong, you can be yourself and you share in the love of God in community. Our desire is that everyone would feel welcome to come as they are, not as they think they need to be in order to fit in. Which means that whether you’ve been following Christ for a long time or you have tangible faith questions, you can belong here. We look forward to meeting you!
Church Isn’t A Place — It’s A People, A Body, And It Shows Up Wherever The People Of God Show Up.
What To Expect
Roswell Community is a multi-generational body, comprised of singles and families. In other words, no matter what season of life you’re in, you won’t be alone at Roswell.
On a typical Sunday, we have around 200 adults who worship with us and around 100 kids in Roswell Kids.
Roswell Community is a non-denominational church, which means that we hold no formal affiliation with a denomination. Our teaching is Gospel-centered and seeks to lead people to a more intimate knowledge of and delight in Jesus that we discover throughout the whole Bible. We are affiliated with the Gospel Coalition and joyfully connected to various churches in and around the city.
Even though our band is made up of many young, energetic musicians, you won’t have a rock band experience at Roswell. Our song selection is a blend of contemporary and traditional. We sing new and original songs alongside songs that have been written over the last centuries of church history. We integrate liturgy and scripture readings on a consistent basis. Our focus is on creating a sacred space where you can connect to God through music, readings, prayer, and reflection.
We try to make it easy as possible. We have several environments with the intended purpose of helping people get connected and belong. Your first step is to attend a Newcomer Event we host approximately once a quarter where those new to Roswell gather to eat pizza, hear the story of the church, and ask questions. Additionally, we facilitate Discovery Bible Groups, or DBGs, which are a great way to get involved quickly through the year, as well as Equipping Courses and annual retreats — the women’s retreat taking place in October and the men’s in April. But the best way to get meaningfully connected is by joining a community group. Our Groups are of different sizes and stages of life and generally meet weekly in homes to either discuss the previous week’s sermon or to work through a curriculum of their choosing. We’re launching groups regularly as new people join the church, but the main sign-up happens each August.
On Sunday mornings, we offer an exceptional kids ministry for children birth through 5th grade. Our student ministry (grades 6–12) meets Wednesday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Rec Room for Bible study, worship, community, and a lot of fun! Check out our kids and youth ministry pages for more information.
Good news: we don’t have a dress code! We want you to be comfortable, whatever that means to you. Dress is generally casual; we want you to come as you are!