Creekside Evangelical Free Church

An Evangelical Free Church of America church in Rocklin, CA
Creekside Evangelical Free Church

Who We Are

The Gospel is the core of our mission to this world, but it begins with a personal decision. What are YOU going to do with it? At Creekside, The Gospel is what drives us. The Gospel is the good news to the rich and to the poor, to the hurting and to the healers, to the victims and to the convicts. It is the good news that Jesus Christ has come with the power to restore what was been broken and to bring forgiveness, healing, freedom and love to this earth.

Those who decide to accept that good news, live for The Gospel. Our great mission, then, is to spread it throughout our community, our city, the world.

About Us

Casual, Friendly, Lots of kids

Community Service, Children's Ministry, Youth Group, Missions, Nursery, Adult Education


Evangelical Free Church of America




Plan Your Visit



290 Technology Way Ste 300
Rocklin, CA 95765

(916) 784-3121


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Our Services

What are services like?
Join us on Sundays at 9 or 10:45 a.m. as our community comes together to worship God through relevant music and biblical teaching. We hold Scripture in the highest regard, and offer excellent children's classes at both services.

What is the community like?
Honestly, there is no way to sum up the essence of who we are in one paragraph, but here are some things we can agree on. We are changed We all have different stories but we all share one thing in common, we are being transformed by Jesus. Listen to some of our stories. We are family We share generously. We serve one another sacrificially. We pursue one another. We work together. Our community has formed men's, women's, and mixed-gender groups that meet at various times throughout Rocklin, Roseville, Lincoln and beyond. Let us know what kind of group you want and when you can meet, and we will help you get connected! We are sent When Jesus called his disciples he promised one thing, if they followed him, he would make them 'Fishers of Men.' He did just that. He took ordinary people, transformed them into conduits of his love and grace, and sent them out. As he sent them, he sends us to care for the poor, love the community around us, and proclaim to others the life-changing message that Jesus' death and resurrection changed everything. So we go.

What if I'm not a Christian?
You are welcome! God has always known that people need other people! Especially when they are trying to understand how their stories fit into the greater Story of God. We believe that God's story answers four key questions about life: How did it all begin? What went wrong? Is there any hope? What will the future hold? Join us as we learn about God's story and share our own.

Leadership View all

Ryan MacDiarmid

Ryan MacDiarmid

Where were you born? La Jolla, Calif. Spouse or kids? I have an amazing wife (Katie) and five rambunctious children (Macy, Carter, Jude, Cooper and Jackson). Favorite Website Company: Clover websites have changed my life. Not really. I'm just a clover groupie because I'm jealous that I didn't invent them. What is a clover site? Favorite food: Chocolate chip cookies. I will eat them until I explode. Why Ministry? Because God asked. Most mysterious thing about God? His timing. Last book you didn't finish: The Mission of God by Christopher JH Wright. But I need a little grace; the book is 600 pages long. Favorite attribute of God: Grace. Where did you go to school? Oakmont High, Cal Poly SLO, Talbot Seminary Favorite TV show: The Office & Survivor; it's hard to choose. Passions: I get passionate about every new thing I try. My wife hates this about me. This month it is road biking, graphic design, furniture restoration, & drums. Last month it was throwing knives, piano, and landscape architecture. Next have any suggestions?

What Members Say Add your voice

  • Visited 9 times. Being a Seminary grad, I evaluate a pastor’s bible teaching carefully. The first 8 visits he would sometimes focus on side issues in the text instead of the thrust of a passage but nothing theogical unsound. The final week when he tried to diminish the sin of homosexuality and even suggest accepting their lifestyle in love ( open to attending gay marriages). However, Scripture teaches to love but stand against their sin that they might be saved and of course once saved will leave lifestyle. Pastor Ryan seems open to their maintaining lifestyle after their “salvation.” Church has great worship and kids programs though and people are friendly.
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