Celebrating the Gospel
Growing in the Gospel
Spreading the Gospel
The purpose of the student ministry at FBC Rockmart is to introduce, build up, and send out. We want to introduce everyone to Jesus. We want to build them up by connecting our students with loving, encouraging Godly adults that will lead them in youth worship and small groups. We then encourage them to go to their schools and in the community and share the gospel of Christ.
Every Sunday in our children's Sunday School classes or during children's worship, our children experience the life-changing power of the Gospel by connecting with caring leaders who love sharing with them. All of our leaders have a complete background check so we can offer the safest environment for our kids.
The FBC Rockmart nursery is a safe and loving environment for your child, ages birth through four years. Our nursery staff and volunteers, who all have background checks, provide special care while sharing the love of Christ during small groups and worship. Our prayer is to serve you and your family.
Our worship is an inspiring blend of traditional and contemporary music. We are blessed with very talented musicians who work hard at their talent to lead us each service in praise and worship. Our music program offers opportunities in adult sanctuary choir, adult handbell choir, as well as youth and children programs
Small Groups and Bible Study
Sunday mornings at 9:45 am, we have classes for all age groups from nursery to the oldest adult. There are many benefits and blessings to our small groups, such as bible study, friendships, care network, fun, accountability, and involvement in Rockmart life.
WMU & Women's Ministry
WMU and our women's ministry welcomes all women to be involved. Events are planned throughout the yearthat help women grow in their relationships with Christ. Bible studies, Missionary support and many other opportunities are available.
This a Christ-centered, 12-step program that helps people gain freedom, acceptance and accountability for life's "hurts, habits, and hang-ups." We open the door to recovery by sharing our experiences and hopes.