At Rock Assembly of God we believe that it is important to connect with other people who are passionate about the things you are passionate about. Ministry is two-fold. First, there are ministries that can help you – help you grow closer to God and help you find a support system for “doing life”. Second, there are ministries that you can become involved in that are aimed at helping others. Listed below are just a few of our major ministries at Rock AOG.

Have an idea for another ministry not listed? Let us know! We are always looking to add ways for you to feel connected.

Ready for the next step? Call the church office so we can get you connected with the correct group leader.

Our Men’s Ministry at Rock AOG is focused on bringing iron together with iron. Men helping men to achieve their full potential in Christ as we pursue devotion, leadership, integrity, and service.

Randy Collins

Men's Ministry director

Our goal is to help women develop a personal relationship with Christ and promote lasting friendships. Feel free to invite your friends, family, neighbors, and your co-workers. Everyone is welcome!

Carolyn Carlyle

Women's Ministry director

Being a teenager is hard. We're here to make it easier by challenging you to grow closer to God and to make friends that will support you along the way.

Greg Boykin & Jackie Tetterton

Youth Group director

Through music, games, activities & more, kids have the chance to experience God and nurture their relationship with Christ.

Donna Garrison

Kids Ministry director

BGMC stands for Boys/Girls Missionary Challenge. Missions is an integral part of our church and we believe in training our children to love and care for others while they are still young.

Wendy Watson

BGMC director

Find out today how you can help support the Wilson Pregnancy Support Center, be involved in community outreach, and ministry at the park.

Carolyn Carlyle & Wendy Watson

Community Outreach director

Royal Rangers is an actively-based, boy-led, adult facilitated boys mentoring ministry for boys in grades K-12.

Alan Watson

Royal Rangers director