Keep Your Eyes Open

It has been so incredibly cool to see people making new friends through Creekstone over the past months. However, when we begin to connect with special friends, it can become difficult to keep our eyes open for new folks. Nevertheless, I want us to be intentionally missional, okay?  Be on the lookout for guests and…

Volunteer Night Review and Pics

Thanks to all of the dedicated (and hungry for Papa John’s) Creekstone volunteers who showed up tonight to go over set up and band rehearsal for our first ever Sunday morning service— band folks, AV techies, greeter team peeps, set up crew, cafe’ baristas, children’s ministry, etc. Everyone was there ready to serve!  Vols will arrive early on…

Tonight’s Plan at the High School

Hello Creekstone volunteer team!  Tonight we are gathering at the High School (here is a map) to prepare for our very first morning service THIS SUNDAY. Here is the plan for tonight: Dinner at 6:00 in the caffeteria Move to the Performing Arts Center/Auditorium around 6:20ish for a mini-message from yours truly Pray Elijah Merrett,…

Get Yours This Sunday

Get your car window sticker this Sunday. 🙂  Remember, we are moving time and location. Sunday MORNING at 10:30 a.m. at the Lumpkin County High School’s Performing Arts Center. Hope to see you then!

Tomorrow’s Message: Fear vs. Faith • Matt. 14:22-33

Tomorrow (Sunday) night’s Creekstone message is going to be one of those “when the rubber hits the road” messages.  Looking at Matthew 14:22-33, we are going to talk about what it means to live by faith rather than by fear. The reality is that we are faced with many reasons to fear. However, when we…

Schaeffer’s Football Camp Photos

Thanks to Coach Tommy Jones and the coaching staff and players of Lumpkin County High School for a great football camp this week. It was hot and sweaty—just like football in July should be. After all, this is SEC country. If you can’t take the heat, join the Big 10 or PAC 10. Bring on…

Creekstone After Party at Moe’s (Photos)

Great Creekstone gathering last night. We counted at least 44 adults and kids who showed up at Moe’s after the service.  Here are a few pics.  See the full gallery on Posterous