What do I wear?
Come as you are. We care about you — not what you wear. Most people who attend The Uprising dress in a fairly casual manner and we invite you to feel the freedom to do the same.
Are you in Salisbury?
No but we are just 5-10 minutes just outside of Salisbury in Hebron. Many of our congregants live and work in Salisbury too.
What do you offer for babies and children on Sunday morning?
We have a lot of awesome ministry opportunities for newborns through fifth graders every Sunday at our 10:00am service in our Uprising Kids ministry. Kingdom Babes is a nursery ready to serve your 0-3 year olds. Kingdom Club is designed for Pre-K through Kindergarten children. Finally, Kingdom Kids is our elementary ministry ministering to 1st-5th graders.
How do I find out what’s going on around The Uprising?
The best way to stay connected with us is by downloading our app and electing to receive push notifications. You can also keep up with what’s going on our upcoming events page. You can also sign up for our emailing list which receives a weekly announcement on Wednesday and typically an email from Pastor Bill each week. Finally, on Sundays, check out the bulletin and our video announcements.
How do I get connected at The Uprising?
We want every visitor who wants to make our church their home to sign up for the next Beginnings class! It runs for 4 short, consecutive weeks four times a year. There, you will learn the 6 essentials of our Christian faith, how the Lord’s uniquely wired you, and how you can get plugged in at our church. Click here for more info and registration.
How do I start to meet some people and get involved?
Our LifeGroups are the best place to get to know people closer. They are designed to gather people of similar interests to “do life” with.
How do I become a member of The Uprising?
We take in members at The Uprising a few times a year. You can check our upcoming events to see if one is coming up or email email@example.com and request to be included in our next intaking.
In an attempt to be culturally relevant, do you ever water-down the Bible?
No, God’s Word is our final authority. We never ignore truth because we want people to like us, but we do try to package truth within the language of our culture so that people can hear it in a way that makes sense and feels relevant to their life. We use music, film and video that you might have seen or heard on your own iPod or watched on YouTube because we’re addressing the questions and thoughts already taking place in the cultural conversation.