Creekstone desires for every member to experience personal, relational connection, gospel camaraderie, and practical care. As a result of deep contemplation on how to achieve such a lofty goal for our congregation, we believe that decentralizing care is the best way to provide the most effective personal ministry to one another. This means that our […]Read More Allelon: The Biblical Model of De-Centralized Care
Thanks to my friend and fellow church planter, Chris Fogelsong, for this great “gospel equation” that he discovered in Ray Ortlund’s book, The Gospel. “The family of God is where people behave in a new way. I think of it with a simple equation: gospel + safety + time. The family of God is […]Read More Gospel + Safety + Time
Yesterday, we had an opportunity as a church family to give a special, year-end gift to the minstry of Creekstone in order to “close the gap” on our fiscal need for the Sept.-Dec. quarter, enabling us to enter 2015 “in the black” and with a goal of “particularizing” as a local church apart from our “sending” […]Read More Close the Gap Sunday Results
As you may know, there are many passages that exhort Christians to love, serve and bless “one another.” Ray Ortlund shows us a number of “one another’s” that we don’t find. “Sanctify one another, humble one another, scrutinize one another, pressure one another, embarrass one another, corner one another, interrupt one another, defeat one another, […]Read More “One Another’s” Not Found in the New Testament
Join us on Sunday, Sept. 28th in “the Circle” at Yahoola Creek Park for a morning of Worship in the Park! Here is a one-minute trailer. NOTE: We are meeting at YAHOOLA CREEK PARK, not HANCOCK PARK near the square.Read More Worship in the Park • Sunday, Sept. 28th
Creekstone 101 is a seminar designed to introduce folks to the mission, vision, history, philosophy of ministry and theology of Creekstone, as well as to describe the meaning of and pathway to membership. Although C-101 is a prerequisite to membership, participating does not obligate you to join. Childcare is provided, as well as dinner. For more […]Read More Creekstone 101 • Oct. 3-4
Creekstone is partnered with Campus Outreach, a ministry at UNG committed to reaching with and discipling students in the height, depth, width and breadth of God’s grace in Jesus. CO is having a back to school welcome cookout this Tuesday at 5pm between Lewis and the Lewis annex. The first meeting of the semester will […]Read More Campus Outreach Info.
Hey Creekstone friends, This Sunday is going to be HUGE! Not only is it our 4th Anniversary, but also we are launching a Video Service that will take place alongside our Auditorium Service. Since we usually experience a spike in attendance this time of year, if you are a Ministry Team Leader, K-Group Host or […]Read More A Huge Sunday for Creekstone this Week!
Hey ladies, Just wanted to make sure you know of the three upcoming opportunities to fellowship with other Creekstone women at a series of July coffees. You are invited to come to one or to all. We have tried to plan events at times that will enable every Creekstone woman to avail herself of an […]Read More Connecting Opportunity for Women
Hello Creekstone friends, After our recent two-week vacation to Monteagle, TN the Caston Crew is rested and recharged! Although we did a number of fun activities that included hiking, swimming, playing cards with friends and even taking a photography class, we enjoyed plenty of time just being together, sometimes sitting on the porch during a […]Read More Back in the Saddle
Creekstone is not an event; we are a community. So, to facilitate better community communication, we are using a tool called Church Community Builder, an online church management program that is going to help us get connected and stay connected. To stay connected, just update your contact information below. It should take about a minute […]Read More The Next Step in Building Community at Creekstone