A Message from Pastor Mark
We will continue to win, teach, and reach our community with the Gospel of Jesus Christ during this time of uncertainty that we currently face. The hope that we have in Christ is that which is most needed during this time. As we continue to advance the mission that God has given Church on the Rock, the health and safety of everyone we minister to continues to be a top priority for the COTR leadership.
Our team has continued to monitor the developing COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation. We will continue to evaluate and implement proactive measures to ensure the safety of you and our community.
We will continue to worship online with a message from Sis. Dana Sarver at our usual service time via Facebook Live & Livestream.
Facebook Live – facebook.com/churchontherockberea
Livestream – www.cotr.us/livestream
In addition to our service streams, we will be starting a video campaign on Facebook and our website each day at 6 PM beginning Thursday, March 19, called Connected By Hope. These videos will include a short time of devotion and prayer to connect our congregation as we focus on our hope rather than our current situation.
To stay connected, please utilize the following resources:
Like and follow our page on Facebook.
Please answer and listen to all communication sent via our One Call service. If you are not receiving One Call messages from the church, please fill out the form here to be added.
Download our church app to your smartphone.
Search: Church App – Tithe.ly
When the app is downloaded, search COTR to find our church. The Church address is 1049 Richmond Rd. N. Berea, KY 40403. Select our church, and it will load it as your church on the app. From the app, you will be able to give, share prayer requests, access our Livestream service, and watch the Connected by hope videos each day.
You can also continue to give through multiple resources.
Tithe.ly Church app
Mail Checks to: 1049 Richmond Rd. N. Berea, KY 40403
Text “Give” to (859) 449-7281
We will continue to monitor the developing situation with the COVID-19 virus to best determine what action to take as we move forward. During this time, please join us in praying for those affected by this virus. Prayer is powerful, and God is our source of peace and strength during this time. We will continue to pray for the people and regions affected, our nation, leadership, community, and church.
Continued prayers, Pastor Mark Sarver & COTR Staff/Leadership