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
Watch, listen to, download, or read our recent sermons.

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Can We Talk? Sermon Series

Sunday, August 17 - Sunday, August 31, 2014
This series addresses topical issues on which Christians often disagree. This series will help model for us how Christians can address political issues without shouting at each other!

Sunday, August 31
Speak with One Voice
Psalm 133; Romans 15:1-6
Paul heard all kings of arguments about being a faithful follower of Jesus Christ. Must a Jewish male be circumcised or not? Must one understand and follow the law for grace to abound? Can one eat meat sacrificed to idols? Similar arguments plague the Church today. What must one do for justice? What must one do for purity? Whatever the arguments among the faithful, Paul's focus was clear - live with a harmony that becomes one voice glorifying God. Shouting is not harmony.

Dr. Bill Nisbet, preaching
Chancel Choir (11:15 a.m.)
Labor Day Weekend
Bulletin for Sunday, August 31, 2014

 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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