~ an Open and Affirming community ~


Dear ROCC family,

Following a recent unanimous congregational vote, it is with heavy hearts, yet hopeful spirits, that we share the news that April 4, 2021 – Easter Sunday – will be the final service for Rolling Oaks Christian Church.

We are sad.

We are grieving.

We are disappointed.

And yet, we do not lose heart. We know that the God of the Resurrection is planting seeds of hope in new ways, and we look forward — as a group, and as individuals — to discovering what is next, and to partnering with God wherever we can. We will continue to worship online throughout February and March, and will be posting more information about our closing service on April 4.

With Love,
Pastor Sara
ROCC Board

February & March

Sunday Worship

@ 10:15am

on Facebook Live

or any time on


There are two ways you can participate with our weekly services!

1. Fill out the Connection Card to let us know you’re watching,
and to share prayer concerns: Weekly Connection Card

2. Donate to our ongoing ministries through the “Online Giving” icon on this page


In a world in which meaningful connections can be difficult to make, we continue to gather together every Sunday on Facebook Live, to remind ourselves and each other that we are not alone. We worship through song, and we remember the love of God through communion…. from the comfort of our own homes! The live video begins at 10:10am (Central) each Sunday morning on Facebook Live; announcements are shown from 10:10-10:15am, and the service begins at 10:15. We hope you’ll pull up a chair and join us!


Wherever you may be, wherever you come from,
and wherever you’re going,
ROCC welcomes you.
We recognize that faith is a process, not an arrival,
and what holds us together is our love for God and love for one another —
both inside and outside our church walls.
Affirming that every person has worth as a unique creation
and as a beloved child of God,
we welcome everyone into full participation, regardless of
age, sex, race, color, ethnicity, culture, immigration status,
political affiliation, economic condition, physical and mental ability,
education level, marital status, sexual orientation, and gender identity and expression.

As Disciples of Christ, we are a movement for wholeness in a fragmented world,
and we hope you find your place with us.