Each week we meet together to help one another grow in faith, support one another with life’s challenges, and serve our neighborhoods with the love of Christ working in and through us. Find a place to connect!
Sunday Morning Adult Education
On Sunday mornings we offer classes with the aim of helping all of us grow in our faith, from the skeptic to the veteran believer. Stay updated on our latest class offerings via the bulletin, congregational email, and the event calendar on our website.
A group of seniors and retirees meets several times a year for a meal, presentation, special event, tour, or other outing. For information on the next gathering, contact Lynette Pemble.
From September through May at 10:00 AM on Wednesdays in the Quad, this group studies various passages of the Bible.
New Members/ Inquirers Classes
There are opportunities offered throughout the year.
Breaking Bread is a gathering of women. We eat together on the fourth Thursday of the month. We have a devotional or sharing time, and praying. We have different “loving our neighbor” activities: Blessing bags and monthly fruit for the Homeless Angels, Pre-covid -backpacks, Christmas packages for the Refugee Development Center. It is a great way to get to know other women. We do lots of laughing and listening. Everyone is welcome. Come. For more information, contact Carla Bieber or Judy Hamilton.
Ministry for people with developmental challenges. Gather and celebrate together as God’s children. Meets Wednesdays at 6:30 PM in Fellowship Hall. Check event calendar for dates.
This ministry has been gathering at RTC for over 30 years. Questions? Contact Michelle Angell
Men’s Sunrise Bible Study
Early on Wednesdays (6:45-7:45 AM) year round, a group of men gather at the church to study the Bible. Contact John Kaufmann.
Groups of mothers meet on Tuesdays at 9:30 AM, September through April, to eat brunch, watch a DVD series by Linda Schulz Anderson on parenting, and then discuss the material, laugh together, and pray for one another. Nursery care is provided. Contact Brigit Martell
There are several small groups that meet throughout the year in homes of church members, and there are opportunities for starting new groups.
A group of young marrieds and singles gathers occasionally for a meal, and to get to know one another.