It is our sincere hope that you feel as if you belong at Creekside. We desire to create comfortable environments for your family to worship as you grow in your knowledge and understanding of God’s Word. We meet on Sunday mornings at 9:00 am & 10:45 am.
What are your services like?
Worship services at Creekside aren’t geared toward a specific demographic of people, but are instead meant to support authentic worship of the triune God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We enjoy music from all generations and engaging sermons directly from the Word of God. Not everyone expresses their worship in the same way, some will raise hands or clap, others will not. We simply desire each person that enters into worship with us to be authentic in their expression. At times we will set aside time on Sunday morning to pray together. If you are uncomfortable praying out loud, it is totally fine to simply listen and pray silently. We do not pass any sort of offering plate or basket. There are designated boxes hanging on the walls in our foyer, and we invite those who choose to give to do so there or online.
What do you have for my kids?
We love the next generation at Creekside! Children’s classes are provided during both services for newborn-6th graders. Kids sing songs, do crafts, and most of all hear from God’s word on a weekly basis! Kids who are 4th-6th grade will stay in the service with their family until the sermon; at which time they'll be released to class, and their teacher will meet them in the foyer. All of our Creek Kid volunteers are background checked and trained.
What should I wear?
The only thing we ask is that you wear a face mask when you enter and exit the building or when moving about within the buildings. Once seated, wearing a mask is up to your discretion. You will find that most of our people tend to dress in a casual or business casual style. Don't feel any pressure at all to dress a certain way.
Where are you located?
Creekside is easy to find and within 10-15 minutes of most homes in Castle Rock. We are located two miles south of town on the east-side Frontage Road.