Who We Are
Come Visit Rock Hill's Messianic Church
When you visit Founded in Truth, expect a casual, friendly, and welcoming atmosphere. Our focus at services is to fellowship with God and fellowship with each other.
What a visit to FIT looks like.
When you arrive at Founded in Truth, expect to be welcomed by our greeters, teens, children, and the rest of the fellowship. We are NOT shy and love to meet new faces!
We start services at 11:00 am with a more contemporary worship. During this time you may see others raising hands, singing, dancing in a group led circle, or just sitting enjoying a time dedicated to praising God.
After worship, we transition into a short teaching time where a special teacher rotation spends 10 minutes reviewing insights from that week’s “Torah portion.” This portion of scripture is a section of the Old Testament that is read ahead of time by the fellowship each week.
Blessing the children
After the Torah Portion, we bless the children and the youth. Children are our legacy and our greatest asset as a community. This is a time when all children are invited to the front along with the youth and a “chuppah” is held over them to represent God’s blessings. As a community, we stand and say a special blessing over the girls, boys, and the youth.
Children are then dismissed to the nursery, younger children’s, older children’s, and youth classes. Children are more than welcome to remain in the main services, however.
Each week we engage in God’s word, usually in the form of a sermon, teaching, or presentation that dives into God’s word and revolves about Yeshua (Jesus) as our king and savior. Our hope is to teach about who Yeshua is and how He is found everywhere in the Bible.
We all have a passion for seeking a deeper truth and understanding of our faith. In saying this, it is not any part of our mission to be critical of others’ walk, but rather to examine our own walk and be the best example we can be.
We thoroughly enjoy reading and studying the Scriptures, celebrating our Father’s Feast Days, learning the Hebrew language and the vast Hebraic idioms that were used in the New Testament’s 1st-century text.
There’s never been so much freedom in obedience.
When & Where
We meet every Saturday
(Except the first Saturday of each month)
10:00 am – light breakfast served, and fellowship time
11:00 am – Services Begin