Frequently Asked Questions about Living Stones:
What is the worship and teaching style?
You may see people singing loudly or quietly praying, clapping or raising their hands, standing reverently or
kneeling, or possibly even dancing. We encourage all genuine expressions of biblical worship during our
services. Our goal in corporate worship is to effectively lead others into the presence of God where they can
respond appropriately to His greatness and glory, be intimately touched by His nearness, and be powerfully
changed into His likeness. Worship is our response to God, both personally and corporately, for who He is and what He has done.
The teaching is often expository, meaning we will walk through a passage of scripture together and discuss the context,
meaning, and purpose for us today. We do not avoid hard topics. Sometimes, there are more questions than answers, but
we're o.k. with that. We strive for teaching that is transformational and applicational and not just theoretical.
What does Living Stones teach?
We believe that Jesus was and is who he claimed to be. This affects every area of our lives today. You can download our doctrinal statement
When does Living Stones meet?
SERVICE TIMES AND LOCATIONS:
Downtown Campus: 9am, 11am, 5pm & 7pm
445 South Virginia Street, Reno
Sparks Campus: 10am
1900 Whitewood Drive, Sparks
West Campus: 10am
395 Booth Street, Reno
Elko Campus: 9am, 11am & 6:30pm
516 14th Street, Elko
Click here for an interactive campus map to find the location nearest you.
Is childcare available?
We offer quality kid's curriculum at all of our campuses and service times, except the downtown campus 7pm service.
For more info contact Pastor Bobby Grossi
I would like to help/serve at Living Stones. What can I do?
to learn more about mission and serving with Living Stones.
We use 'the City' a communication tool and community hub for all of our ministries.
If you're already on the City
then click here
for a current list of ministry opportunities.
If you are not on the City yet and want to serve, email us here
I've heard Living Stones is a young church. Is that true?
At our weekly gatherings, one can find people who have followed Christ for many years, along side those
who are just beginning their investigation of Christ and His claims. Living Stones is multi-generational;
people of all ages call it their home church.
We have many young families and a high percentage of young adults, but we are a church, as defined by Acts 2:42 -
"And they devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers." (ESV)