Challenge yourself to keep climbing. Join us on a Friday night each month!
Deciding to follow Jesus is just the beginning of your journey. Don't stop. Challenge yourself to grow and learn so that you can become the person who God wants you to be.
Philippians 1:6 says "being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus."
God is working on and in each of us who have believed in Jesus Christ, to "reach the summit" in our spiritual lives. Here at Rooftop, we want to help you on the climb. That's why we have developed the Summit Series - workshops focused on biblical discipleship various areas of our lives including marriage, parenting, finances, prayer, technology, scripture reading, sexuality and more. The workshops are typically on the second Friday each month.
See the schedule and RSVP below.
Questions? Contact Jeremy Zilkie, pastor of spiritual formation and small groups.
Upcoming Summit Events:
June - Men's Fellowship Event
Saturday, June 27 | 5 pm in the Community Center
Guys, are you looking for something to do during the summer doldrums? Rooftop will be hosting a dinner/BBQ for men ages 18 and up at the Rooftop building. There will be an evening of food, games, a chance to meet other guys at Rooftop and also be encouraged in your spiritual life. More details to come.
July - No Summit Series Meeting
August - "The Bank of Mom & Dad : Training Children to Honor God With Their Money"
Friday, August 14 | 7 - 9 pm
This Summit Series is designed for parents and grandparents who want to help their children and grandchildren become "good stewards" of their money. We live in a very self-centered world, and people are less and less prepared to handle their finances in difficult times. Rooftop values godly stewardship of our money and finances, and we want to help equip our children as well. In fact, teaching them while they are young is the best time to train them in financial stewardship. Pastor Jeremy, who has developed a wonderful system for his children, will walk us through (1) the important principles adults and children need to learn, and (2) a system or plan that you as a parent or grandparent could implement for your child to help them as well.