When you arrive on Sunday morning for our worship service, you’ll find a vibrant community of committed followers of Christ. We hope you’ll quickly realize we genuinely love God and others. We think we put to rest any negative stereotypes of Christians. We gather in a warm and optimistic environment of grace.

There is certainly no dress code at RBC. You’ll find people wearing jeans and a few wearing ties. We’re much more interested in you being here than in what you wear. It’s our goal to make you feel welcome and give you some space to experience our service and our community. You won’t be asked to introduce yourself, and no one expects a first-time guest to place a gift in the offering plate when it’s passed.

Our service features a blend of timeless hymns and newer praise songs.  We usually read part of God’s Word out loud together. And each week our pastor presents a practical message from the Bible we think you’ll be able to apply to your life.

We welcome first-time visitors to complete a Connect Card and place it in the offering plate. It tells us you were here and why (looking for a church, checking out the whole “Christianity” thing,  just visiting, etc.). And while we ask for your contact info, we won’t plan to visit you or share it with anyone else – it’s just so we can drop you a line and let you know how much your visit meant to us.

After the service, we gather downstairs for coffee and refreshments. It’s a good chance to connect, meet new people, and get to know us a little better.

Everyone is welcome at RBC! Please come as you are, but expect to leave encouraged and inspired. We hope to see you soon!

For the children:

We’re confident your children will love our classes:

  • Nursery: Our nursery workers welcome children ages 8 weeks to 23 months in separate rooms for infants and toddlers. The priorities of our nursery are quality care, safety, and learning to love Jesus.
  • Pre-school: Ages 2 through pre-school meet downstairs at 11:00 where caring teachers provide an age-appropriate Bible lesson, crafts, and playtime.
  • K-4th Grade: After joining most of the worship service, kids in kindergarten through grade 4 are led downstairs for prayer and share time and age-appropriate Bible lesson.