Each Sunday, we treasure the time we are given to gather with one another, sharing in worship, love, and fellowship. To worship God means to love Him with all our hearts, minds, souls, and strength, and to love our neighbors as ourselves. In our church family, we strive to love one another in response to the abundant love that is shown us through Jesus Christ. In times past, we had the benefit of physically drawing near to one another, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, loving one another presently includes keeping a safe distance.
RCCC continues to monitor COVID-19 updates closely in order to wisely discern the implications for our church and our broader community. To uphold the value of life and to protect the most vulnerable among us, all in-person worship services have been canceled until further notice.
Our church remains steadfast in our commitment to corporate worship. We aim to proclaim the Gospel in word and deed and to be a source of steadfast hope, especially in times of uncertainty. As such, we livestream online weekly worship services on Youtube and will continue to readjust our meeting format to be as beneficial as possible, given local restrictions. We encourage you to partake in service at the regular time, though the services will remain up throughout the week to provide more widespread access.
We understand that this time has bred much fear and helplessness, and we hope our church family may be a reflection of the refuge of Christ even while physically distanced. May we see this as a call to more creatively love our neighbors as ourselves and to draw us into deeper dependence on our good and faithful Father.