Thanks for stopping in!

We get it, visiting a new church can be intimidating. We hope that you'll feel welcome
and comfortable enough to worship with us,  
ask questions, and get to know us.

What you can expect when you visit

Where should I park?

There is a tiny parking lot (entrance off of Franklin St), but that tends to fill quickly. You are welcome to park on the side streets, or if you'd prefer to avoid parallel parking, use the lot at the corner of Penn Ave and 8th Ave (next to McDonald's).

Where should I go?

Enter through the red door at the front of the building. You can expect to see a friendly member of our hospitality team who can direct you where to go from there.  Don't forget to visit the Welcome Desk for a gift!

What is the service like?

We always open with important announcements and a prayer. After that, we worship together and then move to a time of Biblical teaching.  Every fourth Sunday is a shorter, more relaxed service focused on worship, and every fifth Sunday we end early to share lunch together.

What type of music should I expect?

We enjoy live music and singing as part of our worship to God. The band will vary in sound and style depending on the leader each week, but in general the music is contemporary, occasionally incorporating hymns or other traditional expressions. 

How should I dress?

We want you to be comfortable and come as you are! Our church family usually dresses casually.

What about my kids?

Check out our Family Ministries page for information about children from infant through 5th grade. We have  three group classes: 6 months - 36 months, age 3 - preschool, and K - 5th grade. Each class is held over regular service times to give your kids a safe place to learn and play. There is also a middle/high school class during the regular service.

Many people contribute to the life our our church

RCC Online

Our service starts at 10am. You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and  YouTube pages.

Want to connect?

Let us know if you've joined us online or are interested in visiting in person!