Solid Rock Worship Center is a Apostolic Pentecostal church. That means we seek to believe and practice only what is explicitly taught in the Bible. Whether you are a seasoned saint or just starting your walk with God, we welcome you!
Based on scripture, each member of SRWC aspires to model these 10 qualities:
#1 We are totally committed to Jesus.
God calls each individual to come close and learn from Him. One of the primary indicators that we have become disciples is when our passions shift from worldly desires to Jesus. He is #1, and we follow Him with enthusiasm. (Luke 14:25)
#2 We love people.
Jesus modeled extraordinary love for all people, and He came to teach us how to do the same. He came to break down the barriers that separate us. We are meant to be a light to the world, and a blessing to each other — demonstrating the Father’s heart so that all may be reconciled back to Him. (John 13:34-35)
#3 We have servant hearts
True greatness begins with humility. The Bible tells us that to be great, we must serve others. We must decrease so that Christ’s character may increase in us. (Matthew 23:11)
#4 We are sensitive to the Holy Spirit
When we were filled with God’s Spirit just like the Bible records in Acts 2, His power and purpose took up residence within us. Now, He orders our steps as we submit to His plan for our lives. (Romans 12:2)
#5 We are governed by God's Word
God’s Word is truth. As Christians, we have made a decision to elevate His Word above our feelings — even when it’s difficult. Acting on His instruction releases anointing over our lives and takes us to another dimension in our relationship with Him. (John 8:32-32)
#6 We strive to live Holy
Because Jesus is a good Father, He invites us to share in His character. We were saved by grace through faith, and now enjoy the lifelong adventure of becoming like Jesus in all manner of speech, conduct and lifestyle. (1 Peter 1:15-16)
#7 We are compassionate ambassadors
Many people in West Michigan (and the world) are searching for more. Even faithful, God loving people can still live with a sense that, "there must be more". They need someone who’s bold enough to share their faith and testify of God’s power and mercy. We are driven by love to reach them. (Mark 16:15)
#8 We learn how to "let go", and when to "press on"
The only way to know our purpose is to know God. Leaning on Him equips us to fulfill the tasks He has called us to complete. Like the Apostle Paul said, “I press toward the mark of the high calling that is in Christ Jesus”, so we live each day so that we may finish our race strong. (Eph 1:11-12)
#9 We are generous givers
What we put our hope and trust in guides our thoughts and decisions. When money rules us, it steals our hearts and affections away from the Lord. We are stewards, not owners, and what we acquire for ourselves can’t come with us after death. What matters most is what we do with God’s blessings today which can have eternal significance. (Matthew 6:24)
#10 We gather together often
God said that it is not good for man to be alone. He wired us to function best in the context of biblical community. We are the family of God through faith in Jesus, so we don’t have to run this race alone. (Acts 2:42)