Rev Student Ministries
Wednesdays 6-8 p.m. • Pastor Bill Petty
Revolution Student Ministries meets Wednesdays from 6-8 p.m. in the main worship auditorium. In White House, middle school begins at fifth grade, so student ministries is fifth grade through 12th grade. Students have a teaching time on Sunday morning at 9 a.m. in the classroom area behind the church which is a sit-down discipleship time to learn the Bible and hang out with other students from 9:00-9:45. Frequently asked questions: It’s a week night, can we eat? – Yes! We have a snack area with drinks, candy, and often times pizza and more. Bring a few bucks, we keep it cheap and don’t break the bank. Food is always served in the early part of the Wednesday session. Do we have to check in like RevKids? – No, there are no check-ins and labels like the younger kids, but we do ask that once students come inside for students that they stay until the end of the session or a parent picks them up. Students who drive should not come and go from 6-8 p.m. but stay for the length of the session. As with all our services, the outside doors are locked during service time to keep everyone safe inside. Are there activities? – Yes! We have lock-ins, Holiday World trips, bowling, movies and more! What about Sundays? – We love to see our students in the adult worship time, and in fact, many of them are volunteers in lights, camera, hospitality, greeters, ushers and the worship team! Are high school and middle school students together? – On Wednesday, game time and worship (music) time is together, but group discussion time is split with middle school in one area and high school in another with separate teachers. What is the worship like? – Our students are involved in singing and the band and the technical aspects of leading the music! We are proud of them and their leadership on stage! I’m graduating, what should I do? – Get involved! A teen can easily transition from a student to an adult volunteer, but that happens when you enter your freshman year of college at the end of the summer.
Ages 0-10 (Sundays)
RevKids meets Sunday mornings at 9:00 for teaching (classroom time) and 10:15 a.m. (worship). RevKids meets during the adult teaching time and the adult worship time for ages zero through fourth grade. At fifth grade, students meet on Wednesdays and on Sundays, fifth grade and above are with adults. Frequently Asked Questions: Are the classes divided? – Yes! Babies are divided into two groups for 0-17 months and then 18-47 months. Older RevKids worship (music) together and then split into two groups for story and craft time. How do we check-in? – You can pre-register at revwhitehouse.com, and then your label will be ready on Sunday. Once you are in the system, check-in is a quick, secure and easy process by printing labels for children and for parents to keep on Sundays. Am I required to check-in my kids? – If they are attending RevKids, yes, you must check-in. We do not require your kids to attend RevKids, but if they are below fourth grade, we HIGHLY recommend it. Our adult teaching time is designed for adults and older students with mature topics and a distraction-free experience for those in worship. Is my child safe? – Yes! Once your child is checked in and released to our volunteers and RevKids team, all exterior doors are locked with security access only once check-in is complete and service begins. . Where is it located? – When you approach the church building, RevKids will be marked by a red sign for check in for the large, white metal building to the left of the worship auditorium. What if my child has allergies or special needs? – We are prepared! Allergies and special needs for your child are listed on the check in label. We specifically monitor foods and activities to attend to these needs. How am I notified if there is a need? – When you check in, a cell phone number is provided by the parent. We will text you during the service if there is a need for you to come to the RevKids area, or an usher or greeter will notify you in person.
Address, Phone or Email
Physical Address: Revolution Church 3644 Highway 31-W White House, TN 37188 Mailing Address: Revolution Church P.O. Box 237 White House, TN 37188 Phone: (615) 334-1228 Email: email@example.com Click the last tab in the app for links to social media!
First Time Guest?
What to Expect at Revolution...
Revolution Church is comfortable and casual. Our focus in worship is on Jesus and we hope our guests find this to be the most welcoming place you will visit in White House! We believe hospitality is a spiritual gift, and here are a few things to help in your experience! The campus has two primary facilities for worship: a red brick building for adults and a white metal building for RevKids (ages 0-10). Our classrooms for discipleship and our offices are located behind the church in the small duplex buildings. Times: We offer classroom-style teaching for all ages babies through adults at 9 a.m. and worship service at 10:15 a.m. The adults and teens meet together in the auditorium and kids fourth grade and under in the youth center (see above). Our hospitality window and welcome center is open 30 minutes before worship service with free coffee, soft drinks, water and breakfast items. Logo items like cups, shirts and decals are available for purchase additionally. But remember, the food is on us, it’s free! And yes, you can take it to your seat with you! You will receive a worship guide with message notes, a calendar and important info about our church. We have a free app on the App Store/Google Marketplace. A connection card is available where you can sign up for events, mark your next steps after the service or tell us how we can pray or celebrate with you. RevKids check-in is secure and begins inside the double doors of the youth center. Come just a bit early on your first visit and it will take less than five minutes to check in your kids, give you a security label with a personalized code, and get you back in time for adult worship. Our kids workers are background checked and our kids area is secure with access to team leaders and kids only. If you or a family member is needed in the kids area, we will text the primary phone during the service. Worship times are around 75 minutes per service. We would love to meet you following service and our staff is always available at the stage or the back door to say hello! RevStudents meet Wednesday from 6-8 p.m. in the auditorium but use many facilities on campus for games and activities. Student worship is for grades fifth and up (middle and high school). Adult Bible studies are at various times, most often on Wednesdays and Thursdays in the classroom of the office building from 6-8 p.m. Revolution Office is located in the office duplex building on the left behind the church. Office hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Trust in You - A Moment of Worship
10.30.16 (Worship Music Only) • October 30, 2016 • Brittany Burkey
Brittany Burkey of Revolution Church in White House, TN covers Trust in You by Lauren Daigle on October 30, 2016. Broadcast license CCLI #3259924. Revolution Church meets Sundays at 9:00 and 10:45 a.m. liveloveserve.us
The People Who Serve at Revolution
Kris Freeman - Lead Pastor Bill Petty - Worship Pastor/Students Pastor Nikki Dykstra - Administrator Joe Everette - Operations Pastor Christina Douglas - Kids Cinda Petty - Hospitality Deacons: Tim Bradford - Maintenance/Grounds Josh Shelton - Prayer/Welcome Team Dave Sherman - Discipleship Logan Douglas - Kids and Families Tony Dykstra - Serving and Outreach Board of Trust: Joe Everette - Chairman Cinda Petty Tracy Scheel Jimmie Vaughn David Sherman
How to Give at Revolution
Revolution Church is a 501(c)3 organization automatically as a religious-based non-profit institution. We are 100 percent supported by the people who give to our church in many ways. There are three ways to give at Revolution: 1. In service by cash or check (in the offering baskets) 2. In service by card (Square reader at the welcome center) 3. Online at www.liveloveserve.us (see link below) Gifts to Revolution Church may be tax deductible but please consult your tax professional. Online giving reports are available at anytime for those who are signed up to give online. An annual report for giving by check, EFT, or debit can be requested each January. Revolution Church does not generate annual giving reports for cash-only donations unless by special request.
The Final Chapters of the Bible
07.30.17 • July 30, 2017 • Pastor Kris Freeman
The Final Chapters of the Bible in Revelation 18 through 22. Teaching Notes at the link.
What a Beautiful Name - A Moment of Worship
10.23.16 (Worship Music Only) • October 23, 2016 • Megan McSwain
Megan McSwain of Revolution Church in White House, TN covers What a Beautiful Name by Hillsong Worship on October 23, 2016. Broadcast license CCLI #3259924. Revolution Church meets Sundays at 9:00 and 10:45 a.m. liveloveserve.us
Live.Love.Serve. The mission, vision and values of Revolution Church are simple. Three words. Live. Love. Serve. We like to put them together, with no spaces, because there's no separating who we are when we work together to accomplish this mission. Revolution is nothing more than a powerful, life-changing encounter with Christ where his love turns lives around. Here are the five things that matter most: 1. We are Authentic. Real. Broken. Transparent. Open Door. Honest. Transformed. Empowered. 2. We are Passionate. Faithful. Spiritual. Committed. Prayerful. Worshipful. Honoring. Glorifying God. 3. We are Generous. Unselfish. Compassionate. Connected. Missional. Supportive. Selfless. 4. We are Servants. Community. Hands On. Humble. Creative. Innovative. Imaginative. Hospitable. Partners. 5. We are Family. Everybody Matters. Championing People. Building Families. Raising Leaders. Disciples. CORE DOCTRINE AND BELIEFS... I. GOD We believe that there is only one true, living, and eternal God and that the Godhead is revealed as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. II. THE BIBLE We believe that the Holy Scriptures are the Old and New Testaments, the inspired and infallible Word of God, and therein is found the only reliable guide of Christian faith and conduct. III. MAN We believe that God created man in His own image to bring Him honor through obedience, and that when man disobeyed, he became a fallen and sinful creature, unable to save himself. We believe that infants are in the covenant of God's grace and that all persons become accountable to God when they reach a state of moral responsibility. IV. SALVATION We believe that salvation (regeneration, sanctification, justification and redemption) has been provided for all mankind through the redemptive work (life, death, resurrection, ascension, and intercession) of Jesus Christ, and that this salvation can be received only through repentance toward God and faith toward our Lord Jesus Christ. V. ASSURANCE AND ENDURANCE We believe that those who abide in Christ have the assurance of salvation. However, we believe that the Christian retains his freedom of choice; therefore, it is possible for him to turn away from God and be finally lost. VI. CHRISTIAN DUTIES We believe that Christians should live faithfully by serving in and through the local church, praying diligently, witnessing earnestly, practicing tolerance, showing loving kindness, giving as God prospers, and conducting themselves in such a way as to bring glory to God. VII. THE CHURCH We believe that the Church Universal is the Body of Christ, the fellowship of all believers, and that its members have been called out from the world to come under the dominion and authority of Christ, its head. We believe that a local church is a fellowship of Christians, a part of the Body of Christ, voluntarily banded together for worship, nurture, and service. VIII. ORDINANCES We believe that baptism and the Lord's Supper are ordinances instituted by Christ to be observed by Christians only. We also believe that the Biblical mode of baptism is immersion and that participation in the Lord's Supper should be open to all Christians. (Note: Several associations and local churches recognize foot-washing as an ordinance. We believe that this should be left to the individual, and that neither the practice nor the non-practice of it should be any bar to fellowship, either in the church, the local association, the Presbytery, or the General Association. Jn. 13; I Tim. 5:10.) IX. THE LORD'S DAY We believe in the Sanctity of the Lord's Day, the first day of the week, and that this day ought to be observed by worshipping God, witnessing for Christ, and ministering to the needs of humanity. We believe that secular work on Sunday should be limited to cases of necessity or mercy. X. LAST THINGS We believe in the personal return of Jesus Christ, and in the bodily resurrection of the dead. We believe that God will judge all mankind by Jesus Christ; that He will reward the righteous with eternal life in heaven, and that He will banish the unrighteous to everlasting punishment in hell.
The Seven Bowls/Vials
07.23.17 • July 23, 2017 • Pastor Kris Freeman
Week 8 of the Revelation Teaching Series on the continued judgments and the wrath of God in Revelation 13-17. Teaching notes at the link.
When and Where?
Service Times and Location
Sunday - 9:00 (Teaching/All ages available) and 10:15 a.m. (Worship Service for Adults and RevKids) Wednesday - Students 6:00-8:00 p.m. Adult Bible Study 6:00-8:00 p.m. (classes vary by season/semester) Revolution Church campus is located at 3644 Highway 31-W in White House, on the border of Sumner and Robertson County. The church is on the north side of the White House city limits at the north greenway trailhead.
They Stayed, They Grew, They Gave
10.23.16 • October 23, 2016 • Pastor Kris Freeman
The people of Antioch did many things in the Bible that we do today. They prayed, worshipped, grew in faith and even sent humanitarian aid. But they did it in the power of the Holy Spirit! Watch October 23, 2016 at Revolution Church as Pastor Kris Freeman continues in the Book of Acts. Worship by Bill Petty and the Revolution Church band. Broadcast license CCLI. http://www.liveloveserve.us
Transfiguration - A Moment of Worship
10.16.16 (Worship Music Only) • October 16, 2016 • Amber Everette
Amber Everette of Revolution Church in White House, TN covers Transfiguration by Hillsong Worship on October 16, 2016. Broadcast license CCLI #3259924. Revolution Church meets Sundays at 9:00 and 10:45 a.m. www.liveloveserve.us
01.29.17 • January 29, 2017 • Pastor Kris Freeman
Without the power of the Holy Spirit, you are missing a part of your walk with God! Find out what happens when you plug into a power source that changes your prayer, your discipleship, your serving and the way you fulfill your purpose. Watch week five of New Year's Revolution with Pastor Kris Freeman from 1 Corinthians 15:58. Worship music broadcast license CCLI. liveloveserve.us
Man on a Mission
02.26.17 • February 26, 2017 • Pastor Kris Freeman
Men should stop living the stereotype. Be the prototype that God created you to be. Watch the story of Elijah passing the mantle to Elisha as Pastor Kris Freeman shares in week four of #FearfullyMade at Revolution Church. Broadcast license CCLI. http://www.liveloveserve.us
The Woman and the Child
07.16.17 • July 16, 2017 • Pastor Kris Freeman
Week 7 of the Revelation Teaching Series on the continued judgments and the wrath of God in Revelation 12. Teaching notes at the link.
Nikki Dykstra came on staff at Revolution as the Administrator in January of 2016. She has been married to her husband, Tony, since 2002 and they have two children: Jordan (10) and Alyssa (8). Tony is a Route Driver for MedSafe. The Dykstra’s moved to Tennessee from Michigan in October of 2014. Revolution Church was the first church they visited after moving and they never left. Both Tony and Nikki are involved in serving in many areas at Revolution and in the community. Tony serves as one of our Deacons. Nikki has a great deal of experience in administration, including serving at Focus on the Family, in Colorado Springs, CO as an executive assistant to the vice president. She has a heart for ministry and for people. Recently, she began leading a women’s Bible study at Revolution and is working with a team of ladies to expand our women’s ministry. Nikki is a mean baker (you have to try her cupcakes!) and she is scared to death of turkeys!! (gobble, gobble!)
12.31.17 • December 31, 2017 • Pastor Kris Freeman
When Jesus arrived to the world, everything changed. Watch the final message of 2017 at Revolution Church with worship music and preaching. Broadcast license CCLI #3259924. Revolution Church meets Sundays at 3644 Highway 31-W. revwhitehouse.com - Message notes at the link.