Who we are: We are a community of people committed to celebrating the glory of God through lives transformed by the gospel of Jesus Christ. We are deeply humbled by Christ’s work for us and overwhelmed by His continued pursuit of us. As for us, we are poor and needy, but the Lord takes thought for us. (Psalm 40:17) Why we exist: We exist to glorify God by treasuring Jesus Christ above all things. We exist to spread a passion for Godward worship by the proclamation and application of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Current Sermon Series: Hebrews
Introduction to the book: "http://rootschurch.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Hebrews-Part-11.mp3"
Church is not a building or a place you go once a week. Instead, church is an identity given to people who have been genuinely transformed by the gospel of Jesus Christ. Therefore being the church means living life together for the glory of God! (1 Corinthians 6:19;1 Peter 1:3; 2:9; Romans 8:28-29) We believe that real community cultivates real growth. Our desire is to see the church come together with a common goal to grow in love for our Savior Jesus and one another. A lifegroup setting is one avenue the Lord is graciously using to bring this about in ...
Women’s Breakfast and Bible Study
On the 1st Saturday of every month the ladies in our congregation get together for breakfast and bible study. This is a great opportunity to connect with other ladies at Roots and fall more in love with Jesus as you study His word! For more info email: email@example.com *Note: We're taking a break through the summer and we'll pick back up on Saturday September 7th.
Men’s Prayer Meeting
Gents- Join us for prayer at the Panera Bread on the corner of Harbor/Baker in the Target shopping center. We meet every other Wednesday at 7am so make sure you check the church calendar before you make the trip. Where: Panera Bread (3030 Harbor Blvd., Costa Mesa) When: Every other Wednesday at 7am
Serving at Roots
We’re thrilled that you are interested in serving at Roots! We believe the motivation to serve and minister in the body of Christ must be developed through a vibrant understanding of the gospel of Jesus Christ. In other words, we want you to understand that you are serving from a place of righteousness and not serving for a place of righteousness. Ministry with lasting fruit comes from an authentic relationship with Jesus Christ and a radical awareness of His performance for you. For that reason, we would like you to have been attending Roots for 3-6 months before serving in ...
The “gospel” literally translated from Greek means “glad tidings” or “good news”, and the good news is this: God the Son, Jesus Christ, suffered the consequence of sin in place of all sinners by being crucified on a Roman cross. He then rose again just three days later conquering sin and death. By conquering sin on our behalf, He has paved the way for you to be found blameless before a holy God. God desperately desires to have a real, personal and intimate relationship with you! But there is a problem-by your very nature you’re a sinner. ...
The reality of Christ triumphing over death is the biblical and historical bedrock of our faith. It’s the promise of God that gives credence and power to all the other promises. The resurrection of Christ makes our hope living because Christ (our hope) is not dead. Death has died, Christ has won! Our aim this […]
Daily Bread Archives
Easter 2014. Death Has Died 1 Corinthians 15:1-19 (ESV) 1 Now I would remind you, brothers, of the gospel I preached to you, which you received, in which you stand, 2 and by which you are being saved, if you hold fast to the word I preached to you—unless you believed in vain. 3 For […]