All About The Big Tent

What is the Big Tent?

The Big Tent is a huge, air-conditioned tent set up at the back of StoneWater Granbury. It will be able to accommodate 600 people on Sunday mornings during services. 

Why are we meeting in The Big Tent?

The Granbury Auditorium is under construction for the next several months, and until renovations are completed, we will meet at the tent. 

When did we move to The Big Tent?

Sunday, April 11 was our first Sunday in the tent.

What can we expect?

Check out this video that explains everything about The Big Tent! 

Venues and Service Times

The Coffee House

  • 8am

  • 9:30am

  • 11:15am

The Big Tent

  • 9:30am

  • 11:15am

FAQ

Where do my kids go?

Kids Ministry will look the exact same. You will check in your kids in the same place you’ve been checking them in.

What about restrooms?

We have outdoor restrooms set up near the tent.

Where do I park?

You are welcome to park at the front of the building and cut through the main hallway to reach The Big Tent in the back. Or, you can park in the Cinergy Cinema parking lot.

Note: For the weeks of April 11 and April 18, the movie theater parking lot will ONLY be accessible via Hill Blvd. Waters Edge Drive will be closed due to construction during that time. You can also access that parking lot by going through the StoneWater Church parking lot, if needed.

Will it be hot in the tent?

The Big Tent will be air-conditioned and be as comfortable as we can possibly make it.

What’s the Party Zone?

The Party Zone is an area next to The Big Tent that is just for FUN. It offers corn hole, outdoor games, and a space to hang out. Everyone is welcome.

What about coffee?

We will still have coffee! Our plan is to serve coffee outside in the Party Zone. 

This all sounds confusing... Who do I ask for help?

Look for people in bright blue shirts that say “HERE FOR YOU.” They will direct you where to go or answer any questions you may have.

Can you relate?

  • You feel like life is hard and that it gets heavier the older you get.
  • You wish that things were less complicated and simply more simple.
  • You are tired of being cooped up in your house with nowhere to go.
  • You want to find friends that will add value to your life.
  • You need to be inspired and given new vision and purpose in life.
  • You feel distant from God.

If you can relate to any or all these statements, then we would love for you to find real answers to life’s struggles and stresses at our Big Tent Revival at StoneWater Church Granbury.

The StoneWater Church Big Tent Revival will be three nights of getting back to the basics of life and finding true inspiration that will revive you deep into your soul.  

The Big Tent Revival kicks off each night at 6pm with food and games for the whole family.  Then at 7pm, the service begins with music and a teaching message from the bible. A kids program will be provided for children birth to Kindergarten, and it will be staffed by the StoneWater Kids Midweek Ministry Team. Your kids will love learning about Jesus and playing with other kids while you are experiencing the Big Tent Revival.

The Big Tent Revival will be held in The Big Tent at StoneWater Church Granbury. The Big Tent is located behind the StoneWater Church Granbury building and sits directly in front of the Cinergy Cinema movie theater.

Laugh, eat, play, make friends, and be inspired and revived in your relationship with God at the StoneWater Church Big Tent Revival.

The Big Tent Revival

April 22, 23, & 24

Party starts @ 6pm » Revival kicks off @ 7pm

Kids Ministry available for birth through Kindergarten

» It’s risky. It’s bold. It’s not normal. It’s real. It’s raw. It’s unconventional. It’s going to be talked about. It’s the Big Tent Revival and the only question is,

Will you be there?

Barry Russell

Barry Russell

April 22

Barry Russell is a church planter in Coastal Central Florida, alongside his brother Brad, where they planted and pastor The Grove Church. Barry is a gifted communicator with a passion for seeing people come to know Jesus. Barry loves life! He is married to his childhood girlfriend and they have two boys, Isaac and Eli. He enjoys doing all things outdoors, especially anything on the water. One thing you must know about Barry—he is more ADD than anyone else in the room.

Cody Whitfil

Cody Whitfil

April 23

Cody Whitfill is the Lead Pastor Of River Valley Fellowship in Bastrop, TX which he and his family started 14 years ago. Cody is married to Melinda, a realtor, and they have 2 children. When not working Cody loves all things history and loves to read and travel to historic locations with his family.

Randy Weeaks

Randy Weeaks

April 24

Randy Weeaks is a good ol’ born and raised Okie. He spent many years preaching as a lead pastor of a church in Mansfield, Texas before retiring in 2018. That same year, Randy started a non-profit called Why Not Bless, which, in its first two years of existence, has been able to bless others with over $400,000 in cars, trips, financial assistance and various other gifts, thanks to the generous donors that support the ministry. Upon his retirement, Randy and his wife Doris relocated to Granbury, where they run Why Not Bless, attend StoneWater Church, and enjoy spending time fishing and feeding the ducks and geese that show up at their dock. Randy will make you laugh, speak truth through scriptures, and tell you like it is. Get ready, because you never know what Randy is going to say!

What can I expect?

Laughter, Singing, Inspiring Messages, Real Prayers, Life Change…these are all things that you will experience at the Big Tent Revival.

What is the goal of the Big Tent Revival?

Do you feel like you need to connect or reconnect with God?  StoneWater Church is providing a place for that to happen.  The Big Tent Revival is coming April 22-24.  Three nights and the only goal is for you to connect with God. 

How can I help?

There are so many ways you can help! Let us know you’re interested in helping by clicking the button below.

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