Questions About Rocky Fork?
Where does Rocky Fork Fellowship meet?
RFF meets every Sunday morning at our campus on North Hwy B just outside of Hallsville, MO. Services at 9:00AM and 10:30AM.
What about my kids?
Trek Time is Rocky Fork's children's program and meets on our campus in the Rocky Fork Kids area, Sundays at 9:00 and 10:30 AM. Trek Time is an adventure of learning through singing, skits, crafts, and age-tailored teaching for children up through 5th grade. We offer age appropriate environments for all kids:
What is the music like at Rocky Fork?
Worship services at Rocky Fork are a relaxed environment for you to connect with God and one another. The music at Rocky Fork reflects a variety of worship styles ranging from the most modern worship music to remixed traditional hymns. We typically follow most closely to the styles of David Crowder Band, Chris Tomlin, and Hillsong United.
What should I wear to Rocky Fork?
Rocky Fork is a "come-as-you-are" church. There is no expectation that you come in your "Sunday Best"; in fact, you will often find Mark or the worship team wearing blue jeans and t-shirts. We want you to wear whatever is going to be most comfortable for you to connect with God and others.
What does Rocky Fork believe?
Rocky Fork Fellowship is an Independent Christian Church, a part of the Restoration Movement. What we believe is based entirely on what we understand the Bible says without need for external creeds. To find out more, visit the "About Us" page or come to our "What We Believe" class.
What are the sermons like at Rocky Fork?
The sermons at Rocky Fork are practical & relevant. We have a passion to help everyone understand the Bible no matter where they are in their faith journey. Visit our "Sermons" page to listen to some of our recent sermons or find our podcast on iTunes.
Where is the Rocky Fork office located?
12095 North Hwy B
Hallsville, MO 65255
Mail should be sent to:
P.O. Box 55
Hallsville, MO 65255
Does my child sit with me or have a separate class?
Your child is welcome to sit with you, we also offer a separate class where they will learn Biblical stories and principles using all five senses through skits, singing, video, crafts, interactive games, and group discussion.
What do I do with my child when I arrive at RFF?
When you arrive, there are hospitality tables set up where you and your family can enjoy donuts, fruit and juice or coffee. Then, any time after 9:10\11:00 AM please bring your child back to the registration area. There you will create a secure check-in account for your child. You and your child will receive a name tag and you will use this to pick up your child at the end of service.
Can I stay with my child?
You are more than welcome at any time to stay with your child and participate or just observe in Trek Time.
What if my child has a food allergy?
When you register your child in our database there will be a place to list his/her allergies. Those allergies will be printed on their name tag that they wear. A list of the morning's snacks are posted in between the Flintstone's and Little Pebble's rooms every Sunday.
How do I know my child is safe?
We use a well known system called Kid Check that we feel will help keep your child safe. Doors are closed and monitored at all times during service. When you check in, you and your child will be given a sticker that has a matching animal. At the end of Trek Time your child will not be allowed to leave without you and the matching sticker that you have.