What to expect on a Sunday morning?

Upon arrival at St. Rose Community Church you will be greeted at the door by our welcome team. We strive to welcome one another as Christ has welcomed us for the glory of God (Romans 15:7). Dress is casual. Though normally coffee and child care would be provided, this will not be the case during phase 1 of re-gathering since COVID-19. Bring your children and involve them in worship during this season where the entire family is worshiping together in the corporate gathering. The elements of our Sunday gathering are described below.

Expositional Preaching

The Apostle Paul writes, "All Scripture is breathed out by God and is profitable for teaching." (2 Tim. 3:16) Because we believe this wholeheartedly, it is the normal pattern of our weekly teaching to take up whole books of the Bible teaching them through verse-by-verse and sentence-by-sentence. It is our aim not to teach our own ideas, but to expose from the Scriptures what God has already said in his word.

Congregational Singing

Our songs are selected with care. The priority is not style of music, but rather the Biblical truth conveyed by the lyrics.. You will find that the music is not complex nor are the worship leaders on the stage turned up very loud. This is intentional. The most beautiful sound resonating from our church building on Sunday mornings is not from the "professionals" on stage, rather it is the unified voice of the whole congregation glorifying God  together (Rom. 15:6).

Worshipful Remembering

In our Sunday gatherings we regularly celebrate the ordinances of Baptism and the Lord's Supper. Baptism is the symbolic act of immersing a new believer into water. This is a  public profession of their new faith in Jesus and the saving work that he has already done in their life through faith.  The church's partaking of the Lord's Supper is a symbolic act done in remembrance of Jesus Christ's shed blood and broken body for the salvation of sinners. This act of worship is restricted for baptized believers. Both ordinances are practiced regularly as part of the Sunday morning gathering.

Some of Our Favorite Songs

Among some of our favorite modern song writers are Sovereign Grace Music, Matt Boswell, City Alight, and others. Below you can find links to songs that we sing often.


627 St. Rose Ave.

St. Rose, LA 70087







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