Worship Services
You are invited to join us in worship!
Sunday Worship Times: 8:15 a.m. in the Historic Sanctuary; 9:45 & 11:15 a.m. in the Sanctuary

Childcare available at all three services. Sunday School is at 9:45 a.m.


Current Worship Calendar
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Wonder Women Sermon Series
Sunday, November 9 - Sunday, November 23, 2014
These are the stories of three Old Testament women whose lives are particularly inspiring and who have a great deal to teach us about what it means to be a follower of God.

Sunday, November 23
The Redemption of Rahab
Joshua 2:1-21

Dr. Lane Alderman, preaching
Thanksgiving Sunday

The Carillons (9:45 & 11:15 a.m.)
Chancel Choir (11:15 a.m.)
Bulletin for Sunday, November 23, 2014


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Women's Advent Service - "Expecting Jesus"
Sunday, November 30 at 5 p.m. in the Sanctuary
Carrie Weatherford, preaching

Psalm 1; Luke 3:15-17
Communion by Intinction
Childcare available with a reservation. Call the Church Office, 770-993-6316.




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"King Jesus" Sermon Series - Advent 2014
Sunday, November 30 - Sunday, December 21, 2014
Christmas Eve, Wednesday, December 24 - 7:00 & 9:00 p.m. services

Advent is the season in the church where we prepare for the coming of the King. During this Holy season, we encourage you to reflect on your personal relationship with Jesus. We want to be about preparing our hearts and minds for the coming of our Savior. Join us at Roswell Presbyterian Church as we celebrate the birth of the King of Kings.

Sunday, November 30
King Jesus and John
Before Jesus comes on the scene, we encounter John... The one who blazes the trail. John seems to bring bad news... a harsh call to repent. What we'll discover is that before we can hear the good news, we need first to be willing to confess and admit the bad news of who we are.
Luke 3:1-18

Rev. Lyndsay Lee Slocum, preaching
First Sunday in Advent

Chancel Choir (9:45 & 11:15 a.m.)
Lighting the Advent Wreath

Sunday, December 7
King Jesus and Herod
Herod represents the "double minded" people of life. On the one hand, he was King of the Jews. On the other hand, he was a pawn of the Romans. He said one thing to one group and something else to the other. This week, we'll talk about the fact that we have a little "Herod" in us but that Jesus has come to be king over every area of our life.
Matthew 2:1-12

Dr. Lane Alderman, preaching
Second Sunday in Advent
Communion at all three services

Chancel Choir (9:45 & 11:15 a.m.)
Cherub & Creation Choirs (11:15 a.m.)
Lighting the Advent Wreath

Sunday, December 14
King Jesus and Caesar
Caesar represents the power of the world, which presses so heavily upon us all. The world's influence in our lives is overwhelming, but Jesus calls us to be "in the world but not of it". This week, we'll talk about what it means to trust Jesus and not Caesar.
Luke 2:1-7

Dr. Lane Alderman, preaching
Third Sunday in Advent

Carol & Chancel Choirs (9:45 a.m.)
New Members Welcomed (11:15 a.m.)
Chorister Choir (11:15 a.m.)
Handchimes (11:15 a.m.)
96:ONE (11:15 a.m.)
Lighting the Advent Wreath

Sunday, December 21
King Jesus and the Prince of Darkness
This week, we'll be reminded of the overwhelming evil in the world and the fact that Jesus is king even over that evil. We'll talk about what it means to acknowledge the presence of evil while at the same time affirming the Lordship of Jesus over that evil.
John 1:1-14

Dr. Lane Alderman, preaching
Fourth Sunday in Advent
The Carillons (9:45 a.m.)

Chancel Choir (9:45 & 11:15 a.m.)
RPC Brass (9:45 & 11:15 a.m.)
Lighting the Advent Wreath

Wednesday, December 24 - Christmas Eve
King of Kings!
7:00 & 9:00 p.m. services

It's Christmas Eve... we'll talk about Jesus as King!
Luke 2:8-11

Dr. Lane Alderman, preaching

 Worship Communion at RPC Communion
The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper is celebrated monthly at RPC, usually the first Sunday of each month.  Our "regular style" of serving means that worshippers remain seated and elders bring the elements to pass in the pews. Several times a year, we serve using the ancient method of intinction. This style involves worshippers coming forward to one of several stations where elders and clergy offer bread and the cup. Worshippers break off a piece of the bread, dip it into the cup, and partake. Elders direct people when to come forward and return to their seats. The Lord's Supper is also celebrated at our Ash Wednesday service, as well on Maundy Thursday during Holy Week.  The table at RPC is an open table... open to all who claim Jesus as Lord.

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Children in Worship
RPC encourages families to worship together each week. God has asked adults and children alike to respond to the awesomeness of God through worship. We believe that the best way to teach our children to worship is by worshiping with them.
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Helpful Hints for Worship
Please turn off or silence all mobile devices before you enter either Sanctuary.

During times of prayer, please do not leave or move around the Sanctuary.

If you know you need to leave the worship service early, please consider sitting toward the back of the Sanctuary.


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