Our Vision

The church has left the building....

In March of 2010, Rolling Hills Baptist Church sold its building and 22 acres of property and began worshiping in a movie theater in order to increase ministry and mission efforts in our community and beyond.

Sounds radical

……but we came to the conclusion that we want to invest more deeply in people rather than property. We grew tired of investing more and more of our budget on a mortgage, utilities, insurance, etc… at the expense of ministry and mission. We feel that GOD is leading us to be a church…

  • about “flesh and blood” not “brick and mortar.”
  • with a “go and be” reality not a “come and see” mentality.
  • more concerned with our “sending capacity” than our “seating capacity.”
  • that maximizes missional opportunities by minimizing material expenses.

In the first 300 years of Christianity, there were very few brick and mortar churches. While “religious people” were building elaborate temples and houses of worship to celebrate their faith, Christians were spending their money supporting widows and orphans; meeting the benevolent needs of their community; and sponsoring the work of apostles and missionaries all over the known world.

We are excited about what God has done and is doing in our church.  We are even more excited about what the future holds! If this is the kind of church you want to be a part of, come join us!