The Rosemount campus is an intergenerational congregation with a long history. It has a heart for teaching people about Jesus Christ and loving people unconditionally as Christ taught us to do. The Rosemount campus has a beautiful sanctuary for a traditional worship experience and a contemporary worship experience is provided in the Family Life Center. There are many ways to CONNECT with God through small groups for adults, young adults, youth and children. Everyone can ENGAGE in a variety of ways through worship, education and in relationships that develop our faith. We exist to serve and SEND disciples into the world through partnerships with groups and seek to bless the community.
ROSEMOUNT WELCOME VIDEO:
PROGRAMS AT ROSEMOUNT:
The Nursery at the Rosemount campus provides child care for infants and toddlers during worship services and other activities at the church. The staff are pre-qualified and well-trained child care providers. The nursery facilities are secured and provide a place for fun in a nurturing environment.
The Pre-School and Elementary programs at the Rosemount campus are designed to connect children to God, others and the world through interactive curriculum and service creating disciples of Jesus.
MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAM:
The Middle School program for The Well takes place at the Rosemount campus and is designed to make connections with God, others and the world through interactive curriculum and service creating disciples of Jesus.
The Confirmation Program for The Well meets at the Rosemount campus and is designed to make connections with God, others and the world through interactive curriculum and service creating disciples of Jesus. This is program is for 8-9 grade students and includes individual and group meetings and activities. The program also includes a time for the confirmand to meet with a mentor as they continue to grow in their walk with God.
HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM:
The High School program for The Well meets in The Attic, a youth space, at the Rosemount campus and is designed for
students in grades 9-12 to make connections with God, others and the world through curriculum, service and mission activities creating disciples of Jesus.
“For just as each of us has one body with many members,
and these members do not all have the same function, so in Christ we,
though many, form one body, and each member belongs