The Living Stone
At The Living Stone, if you enter our doors you're considered family. That is the image that the Lord gives us as a body of believers, we belong to the Body of Christ, each one of us being a much needed part.
The Living Stone has very humble beginnings, when a small group of Believers gathered together in a garage in 2004. As the church grew and moved to adjust to the growth, they landed in Rossville, Indiana, renting a building for several years until the Lord provided our current location.
The interesting thing about our current building is that had already been a church. Which had been sold and turned into various businesses and then set empty for 10 years. This took a toll on the condition of the building and by the time we purchased it, most considered the building condemned.
But God is in the restoration business! This body of believers was able to purchase the church and restore it to the original beauty. This building and the people who make up The Living Stone is a testimony to, "One Body, Many Parts."
The Word Taught,
The Gospel Proclaimed!
Is to share the love of Jesus with the people we come in contact with. Do we do it perfectly? No, but we do it wholeheartedly!
Little things matter. We try to be the hands and feet of Jesus by being involved with our local community. People won't care about the message we have unless they know we care.
The Living Stone Leadership
Our Elders: Harry Latshaw, Dan Memmer, Jonathan Waddel, Pastor Eric Alwine, David Wolf not pictured.
Our Deacons: Chaplain Erica Wallace, Joy Welch, Cindy White, Karen Studebaker, Denise and Corinne Buckmaster, not pictured