Hope lives here! Living Stones Church is a safe place for you to discover hope for life’s challenges.  Does your life feel broken? Do you feel alone? Is the world around you not making sense? Living Stones Church is here for you. Below you will discover areas where answers to life’s challenges are addressed. Ultimately, hope is found in the person of Jesus Christ. As you look through the opportunities being offered you will notice that these areas provide both skills and principles that will help you move from fear, failure and frustration to joy and peace. We are on a journey together, and we are free to be real here because God is at work in all of us.


Alpha is a series of interactive sessions exploring the basics of the Christian faith. There is no pressure, no follow-up, and no charge; it’s just an open, information space to explore and discuss some of life’s biggest questions together.


When we go through difficult times, we need someone to listen, share God’s love, and help us get through the confusion, stress, or crisis we may be experiencing. We can help you find peace in every circumstance through faith in God.



Find freedom from addictive,
compulsive and/or dysfunctional
behaviors. Join us on your journey to
lasting change, spiritual growth, and
healing. Drop-in, registration is not required.


A friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. You’ll gain access to valuable GriefShare resources to help you recover from your loss and aid in rebuilding your life.



Find hope, healing and forgiveness in a
supportive environment for adults who
find themselves in various stages of
separation and divorce and to connect
with others also going through
this struggle.


Celebration Place is a fun and safe
place that blends games, music, stories,
videos, and discussions to help kids
process their hurts and move forward.
Designed for children ages 5-12.

Persevere. Hang in there when you think you are just a small drop in a large bucket. Get involved by volunteering. Ask questions, ask for prayer, both in person and written on the communication cards.