Worship in Edmonds


Sundays at 9 a.m. 


7812 224th St SW

Our Edmonds Expression loves meeting at the Rock of Hope Church, a fellow gospel-centered community.



We meet at a great location across from a new park and playground near 99 and I-5. There is plenty of parking available on site, including ADA spots. 

Hallows Kids

Currently, our Kids Ministry offers a gospel-saturated, spiritually-nurturing, and relationally-driven Kids Ministry each Sunday for babies through 7-years-olds. For families that have older children, we provide Kid Activity bags that can help engage their minds and hands while enjoying worship with their parents and the rest of the church in the main sanctuary. (As soon as our volunteer pool grows large enough, we have plans to expand our Sunday Kids Ministry classes to include all elementary-aged students. If you have a 10-15 year-old we also provide a once-a-month Friday Night Youth Fellowship in conjunction with our other two Hallows Church locations.)

You can check your children into Hallows Kids at the kiosk located down the hallway from main entrance lobby. We will be there to greet you with a warm smile, a helpful hand, and an eagerness to answer any questions you might have!  

For more info, contact Jess Searles, our Edmonds Kids Ministy Lead. 

After Party

We like to keep the party going!

Please join us in the lobby immediately after the gathering for snacks, coffee/tea, and a great time to connect! 

Also, it is not uncommon for groups to grab brunch or lunch together off site! There is also a great playground across the street to hang out afterwards. We love making room for anyone who’d like to join!

Beyond Sundays

Discovering the difference Jesus makes in all of life extends beyond Sundays. Please explore other available avenues to do so!

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Serve Opportunities

With state and county’s updated health mandates, we no longer require mask-wearing as of March 12, 2022.

As mask-wearing is not a central tenant to the gospel, we encourage all participants to err on the side of grace–to give and receive grace from one another as a variety of approaches may be represented in a diverse body like ours that ultimately unites around the gospel and the gospel alone. So, if there are those who prefer to wear masks for any reason, okay! If there are those who prefer to worship without masks going forward, okay! May we keep our eyes on Jesus as we seek to love God completely and love our neighbor compassionately.