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ADULT MINISTRY

While we believe that every believer owns the responsibility of growing their faith, as a church we want to do everything we can to encourage and assist in that growth process. With that in mind, we encourage everyone that attends RCC to be involved in one of our adult classes or small groups.


ADULT BIBLE CLASSES

On Sunday mornings, we have several classes where adults can explore God’s Word and how they can apply it to their daily lives. Our leaders provide an atmosphere of Biblical community where people are cared for and encouraged in their walk with God.

You can download a list of our Adult Bible Classes along with what they are currently studying and their location and time here.

If you have any questions regarding our Bible classes, please contact the church office.



ADULT SMALL GROUPS

A small group is a group of six to 15 people that regularly meet to study God’s Word together. But it’s more than that . . . it’s not just about knowledge.


Hebrews 10:24-25 says “And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near.”


And so small groups are about meeting, and encouraging and spurring one another on to be more like Christ each and every day!

At RCC, we believe small groups are at the very core of carrying out our vision  of making new and growing disciples and therefore our goal is for everyone who attends RCC to experience biblical community in some form of a small group setting.


And because we believe that being part of a small group is one of the very best ways to grow in your faith, we will do everything we can to help you find and connect with one that works for your schedule and specific needs.

If you have questions, contact the church office at 498-9264, or if you would like to get connected with a small group, please fill out the form below.


Take the next step in your relationship with God by choosing to walk in the community . . .

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