Passion For God,
Compassion For People.


The name of our church comes from a verse of scripture in 1 Peter 2:5 “You also, like living stones, are being built into a spiritual house to be a holy priesthood, offering spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ (NIV).” Once we were spiritually dead, with hearts of stone; when we committed our lives to Christ, he caused our spirits to come alive. ‘Living Stones’ eludes to building a place in which God can live; in other words, we are now the people in which God lives. When built up together, stones can be a virtually indestructible dwelling.

You’ll notice a strong sense of belonging and working together here at Living Stones Church. You’ll see that we are an active community of faith, where everyone has an opportunity to contribute and make an impact. Together we seek to learn more about the Christian life and serve each other with a passion for God and compassion for people. We need each other, rely on each other, and are stronger together than on our own.

Our Mission

Encounter God


We cultivate an atmosphere where
everyone can have a personal,
life-transforming encounter
with God.



We learn, exploring ways to deepen our
relationship with God and with each
other so that we have the tools
and resources to live a
victorious life, and help
others do the same.



We are a vibrant community of faith,
sharing our lives and supporting each
other, and together we take the
good news of the gospel
to the world.



  • We love to celebrate God and each other
  • We are building a vibrant community of faith
  • We are committed to each other, also to
    learning and growing in our spiritual walks
  • We are passionate about creating a place
    where hope and healing live
  • We are free to be real here because God is at
    work in all of us
  • We believe the Holy Spirit directs us and gives
    us the power to live our best lives when we
    earnestly seek Him.
Please stop in, you will be welcomed by all the volunteers and all of the people
who go there to connect with others and of course with God. Great messages…
(the messages) make you think, that is the part I like best. God bless you all!
Michael Gerth