North Rock Hill Kids

North Rock Hill Kid’s exists to partner with parents to lead children to become disciples who change the world. Each Sunday children ages 2 through 5 to engage in worship, hear the Bible presented to them in a fun and captivating way, and participate in age-graded small groups where they will apply what they learn to everyday life. Our littlest ones, birth-one year, are cared for and loved on throughout the morning as volunteers begin to introduce God’s love and God’s Word to them. We believe that God th grade will have the opportunity designed the family to be the primary influence in a child's life, and so we equip families with resources to continue Sunday's conversations throughout the week.

What to Expect

Upon arriving, look for our logo on walls, upstairs or downstairs. The Kids Check In stations are close by! There one of our volunteers will help you register your child, and you can let us know about any allergies or special concerns you may have. You will also have an opportunity to see where your child will be going, and meet those who will be serving your child. You can be assured that each volunteer working with your child loves Jesus and has passed a background check. Security is important to us, so you will be given a numbered security tag. Should you be needed during the worship service, the number will be displayed in the auditorium. Your security tag will also ensure only you can pick up your child following the worship service.


North Rock Students seeks to make and multiply disciples within middle and high school. Each week, your student will experience worship, teaching and small group led by a team of volunteers committed to seeing students become world-changing disciples. North Rock Students desires to partner with parents in the discipleship of their students by providing resources and other voices affirming the biblical instruction given in the home.

North Rock Students provides a weekly worship service for Middle School Students each Wednesday night from 6:30—8:00pm.  High School Students worship on Sunday nights from 4:00—5:30pm. Small groups are divided by gender and grade to encourage community among students in the same stage of life.

What to Expect

Upon arriving at North Rock Students, students enter through the glass doors on the front of the worship facility. After checking in, they will hang out with other students and volunteers until worship and teaching begins. Following teaching, they will spend time with their small groups discussing how to live out the scripture in their world.

In addition to weekly worship services, North Rock Students creates environments such as annual events and retreats that allow students to do life together.


Church isn’t a place you go; it isn’t an event. The Bible says it is a people who have been rescued from slavery to themselves into a new family, a new community. In this community we join God in His redeeming work. We believe that the best place to grow in this kind of community is in a small group. These groups of 8-12 people passionately pursue Christ by doing life together, studying the Bible, serving our city, and making disciples. Ready to take this step?

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How Do I Try a Group?

Click the group contact button below. After submitting your group request, you will be contacted by a group leader with more information regarding a group that fits you. They will invite you to the next group meeting. This experience will give you opportunity to spend about 90 minutes with the group. A group's meetings may vary in style from week to week (social, study, serving, all guys, or all ladies), so we encourage you to try several meetings.

What About Childcare?

Many groups arrange their own childcare. For those who don't, NRHC offers childcare reimbursement vouchers. These vouchers are available through your group leader and may be submitted to the church office for reimbursement of childcare expenses at a predetermined rate.


North Rock Hill seeks to make disciples who change the world. We believe God is calling us to see that every man, woman, and child has repeated opportunities to see, hear, and respond to the gospel. This starts in our Sunday worship gatherings, continues into our city, and ultimately seeks to reach the ends of the earth

Local Missions

World change starts in the places where we live, work, and play, and continues to the ends of the earth. It means inviting our neighbors to Sunday worship gatherings and then serving them from NRHC ministry teams. It means working with your Small Group to show and share the gospel with our city.

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International Missions

The world desperately needs to both see and hear the gospel. God has entrusted us with positions and means of influence and is calling us to use them to change the world. North Rock Hill seeks to build lasting, mutually beneficial relationships with international partners that pursue God’s Kingdom.

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Care & Counseling

God has called and equipped Christians to care for one another by encouraging growth toward Christ-likeness and bearing one another’s burdens. The best place to experience these kind of caring relationships is in Small Groups. If you are in need of biblical counsel and care, we encourage you to first talk with your Small Group leader. If you are not in a group, we encourage you to try one.

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Individual Counseling

Small Groups provide the best ongoing care and encouragement, but some situations require more professional counseling. North Rock Hill maintains a strong network of staff pastoral counselors for short-term needs as well as licensed professional counselors for more long-term care. All sessions are confidential. For more information, submit a counseling request.

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Pre-Marital Counseling

Marriage is the bringing together of two imperfect people. What works for the single person or even engaged couple won't work for the long haul unless a healthy, biblical foundation is laid. North Rock Hill is passionate about healthy, biblical marriages, and therefore we recommend pre-marital counseling for all couples pursuing marriage, and require it for any marriages performed by NRHC staff. For more information, submit a pre-marital counseling request.

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