StoneBridge Church Community

What does StoneBridge believe?
We believe that God calls us to be a Christ-centered-church that boldly proclaims His word, that worships Him authentically and that seeks those who don't know Jesus.

What is the worship service like?
The service at StoneBridge combines elements of our Christian heritage with modern forms of music.

What times are the services?
Our worship services are normally at 9:00AM and 10:30AM.

What do I wear?
You will find a wide variety of dress at StoneBridge, from people's Sunday best to more informal. Most people dress casually.

Will I be singled out in any way?
Not at all. While you should be warmly welcomed when you visit, you will not be singled out in any way during your visit to StoneBridge.

How do I become a member?
StoneBridge offers Inquirer's Classes three times a year (January, May, September). For more details please call the church office at 704-549-8272.



What is your view of baptism?
We affirm that Christian baptism signifies our being grafted into the Body of Christ. It symbolizes the regenerating work of the Holy Spirit, the washing away of sin's guilt by the blood of Christ, and the resurrection of the believer to newness of life; all by virtue of the life, death and resurrection of Christ.
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Tell me more about your ministry of prayer?
We believe strongly in the power of prayer at StoneBridge and encourage people to pray continually. To that end, we do the following: pastoral prayer partner ministry which meets 30 minutes prior to services each Sunday; every November we celebrate our month of prayer and fasting; prayer corner in the sanctuary enables you to receive prayer by the pastors after the services; weekly prayer chain that goes out to many members.

How do I get involved?
The best way to get involved is to come out and start being part of the community. There are many opportunities for you to serve.

How do you assist those in need?
For people in the community who are not members of StoneBridge we partner with Crisis Assistance Ministry in Charlotte. For members, our diaconate works hard to assist with financial, personal, and family needs for those in times of trial and crisis.

Do you provide counseling for people in the community?
Yes. Some counseling services are free; some counseling is fee based. Please contact the church office for more information