LIFE Class: Class E - Evangelizing the Lost
Children’s Ministry: Child Dedication Class
Indoor Service Updates
- July 30 Update: The CDC has recently updated their recommendations regarding masks. CDC guidelines now encourage everyone to wear masks while indoors. There are currently no mandated changes for San Diego County, but we will continue to monitor the guidelines and make adjustments should there be any changes. Online services will continue to be available every Sunday at online.sdrock.com for those not comfortable attending in-person gatherings." CDC Guidelines available here.
- Service Details: 10am + 12pm in the City Heights sanctuary. The address is 4001 El Cajon Blvd. San Diego, CA 92105. Service times will run about an hour.
- Rock Kids Detail: Rock Kids will be available for children in nursery - kindergarten at both the 10am + 12pm services. Capacity is limited, so spots will be available on a first come, first serve basis. Rock Kids will open 20 minutes prior to the start of service. Your kids are also welcome to join for the corporate service if you would like to worship together as a family! Activity bags will be available for children who remain with parents in the sanctuary.
- Masks: On June 15th the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) guidelines were updated and masks are no longer required to enter a Rock Church facility if you are fully vaccinated. If you’re not vaccinated, you should wear a mask per the CDPH.
- Sanctuary Entrance: Sanctuary doors will open 20 minutes prior to the service beginning. Please plan to arrive early to ensure you have time to find a seat and get settled.
- Bags + Purses: Please help us keep the church experience as touchless as possible by leaving bags and purses at home so that baggage checking needs are kept to a minimum.
- Outdoor Seating Options: For those who prefer to remain outdoors during this time, we will have outdoor seating areas available at all of our indoor service locations. You and your family (and your dog!) can continue to participate in the service outside via the livestream!
- Yes! Rock Kids will be available for children in nursery - kindergarten at both the 10am + 12pm services. Capacity is limited, so spots will be available on a first come, first serve basis. Rock Kids will open 20 minutes prior to the start of service. Your kids are also welcome to join for the corporate service if you would like to worship together as a family!
- Activity bags will be available for kids sitting in the sanctuary with you (12 and under).
- Middle school class will be available at the 10am service, and high school students meet at other times throughout the week. Click here for current information about high school gatherings.
- For nursing moms, please note that our Nursing Mothers Room is located off the lobby near the sanctuary entrance.
- Masks will be required for children kindergarten and older at check-in for Rock Kids.
- Parking is accessible in the underground parking structure located beneath the church building. Street parking is also available.
- Our weekly Spanish service is held on Thursdays at 7pm in the City Heights Sanctuary. To participate in our weekly Swahili service, please join us on Sundays at 2pm in the Overflow Room at City Heights. The address is 4001 El Cajon Blvd. San Diego, CA 92105
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Welcome to Bellevue Heights
Traditional Worship Sundays at 9 & 10:30 am
Contemporary Worship Saturdays at 5 pm
We live as a vibrant community that brings everyone together in Christ across racial, cultural, gender and different Christian backgrounds as the "body of Christ".
Saturdays at 5 pm—A modern worship band led by Randy Shumate with guitar, bass, drums and keys leads us in celebration. In this 55 minute worship gathering you’ll experience high-energy, excellent music; some new while others are the best of recent contemporary songs and modern settings of great hymns. You will be blessed by an inspiring sermon.
Sunday mornings at 9:00 & 10:30 am.
Join in worship remotely: Call 1-605-468-5772 during Sunday service. Press 1 to join in live worship. Press 2 to hear the last recorded service.
We have ministry opportunities for you to grow in your faith, connect with others in meaningful ways, and reach out to others to share the love of Jesus.
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City Church Spreads 'Safety As An Expression Of Love' Across Cleveland
“When there’s a crisis, I’m often gravitated towards it.”
That’s what Matt Moore says about his adrenaline-fueled response to the coronavirus pandemic. He’s the Director of City Programs at City Church, a neighborhood church with locations on the Near West Side and in Cleveland Heights.
“Not really being able to sleep, wanting to serve, being just really inspired by Jesus and how he serves me and how he serves the world... led me to use whatever tools I had in my tool belt,” Moore said.
The first thing he did was create an online map of emergency food sites, drawing on his years of experience in food systems and with the Greater Cleveland Food Bank.
“...I can’t sleep, I might as well do this,” he recalls saying to himself.
Moore's map has been shared on other webites across the city, viewed thousands of times since he posted it in mid March.
Connecting the dots between services and those in need is something Moore and the City Church community are striving to do more than ever these days. And they are using a variety of grassroots tools to get the job done, from email to social media to phone calls to paper fliers to the electronic billboard outside the old Centrum Theater on Euclid Heights Boulevard where they usually meet.
Joel Negus, one of eight pastors at City Church, said many of the church’s members are finding their own creative ways to care for their community.
“We have seen a lot of our members engaging with people that they never would have otherwise,” Negus said.
In addition to serving new people, Negus said a big focus right now is doubling down on existing relationships and being faithful to the people they already know who are still in need. Members are offering food and financial relief as well as friendship, virtual companionship and prayer as means to counteract the stress many are feeling.
Deacon Te’Sheba Oliver leads a City Church community group in her Shaker Heights neighborhood. Before the pandemic, about a dozen community groups met in members’ homes throughout the week as an extension of Sunday church services. Those visits are still happening, but virtually.
“We do a lot of checking on our elderly neighbors,” Oliver said, “doing simple things like a Zoom call to see each other’s faces and care for each other too, if there’s a financial need.”
Dr. Steven Mawhorter is an infectious disease expert at the Cleveland Clinic and also happens to be a member of Oliver’s group. Mawhorter advised City Church staff early on about the need to take social distancing seriously.
“We focus on safety as an expression of love,” said Mawhorter. “Then, how do we look outward to love on our community through action? That’s what real love is all about.”
Do you know people who are innovating, supporting their community and bringing a little more kindness into the world (from at least 6 ft. away) through COVID-19? Tag us and them with #coronakind on social media!
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