Study on Sunday
at 9:45 a.m.
A great time to meet new friends, learn worship songs, create fun crafts, and engage in a Bible story and lesson. Preschool check-in at the blue desk in the Preschool Hall, Elementary students meet in their classrooms on the Elementary Hall. Classrooms are divided by grade level with the exception of fourth and fifth grade students.
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Roswell Youth Experience (ryeX)
Includes Middle and High School aged students. At 9:45 students worship through song, listen to a short talk, and have small groups discussion that is guided by questions that help us reflect on everyday life.
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Our fantastic Adult Sunday School classes offer a variety of ways to connect with others and the Bible - no matter what phase of life you’re at. From becoming a new parent or recent empty nester and all life’s challenges in between.
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During the Week
Children’s Ministry Parents
Parents Morning Out (PMO) provides a Christ-centered early education program for children of the community through play, music, stories, and social interaction with teachers and other children in a safe, structured, and loving environment.
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Wednesday Evening Fellowship (W.E.F.)
New format this year. Pay for your meal online or at check-in. Dinner service starts at 5:45 p.m. and extends to 7:00 p.m. Salad will be available as part of each meal. Check in at Alderman Hall A. Dinner cost: $7 for Adults, $5 for children (ages 4-12th grade), $28 Family Maximum.
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Improv 755 is a new small group offering for 6th-8th graders on Wednesdays at 6 p.m. in the Garage. We will play games, get creative, and have fun. Contact: Betsy Homer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday Night Small Groups
Throughout the school year, ryeX students are invited to engage the Bible and one another in small group communities. This is a place to share life, to hear others, and to be heard. Groups study the Bible and spend time praying for each other. Middle School small groups meet on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., and meet their leaders in the Garage.
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Wednesday Night Small Groups
Small groups meet in the Loft on Wednesday nights, and are a great way to live out our faith in community, learn more about ourselves and others, and, most importantly, learn more about God. We have fun, we goof off, we talk about life, and we dig into God’s word together. High School small groups begin Wednesday, August 21, and meet in the Loft from 7:30-8:30 p.m.
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Starting at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday evening studies include a variety of interests. Including a couples Bible Study, LifeKeys, Cancer Support Group, and even a run club.
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RPC RUN CLUB
THE CHANCEL CHOIR
The Chancel Choir is the primary adult choir of church. We sing for Sunday worship each week and for special holiday services.
THE CARILLONS (BELL CHOIR)
The Carillons (Bell Choir) is comprised of 15 members who perform on a five-octave set of English Hand Bells.
Cantate Coeli is the auditioned chamber choir that sings selections from a wide variety of musical styles and time periods for Sundays and special services. .
96:ONE YOUTH CHOIR
96:ONE is for middle school and high school youth, grades 6-12 (RPC members and visitors).
The Family Music program is for parents and children ages newborn through 3 1/2 years. This program is designed to introduce children to the world of music through singing, movement, instruments and dance in a family setting.
MUSIC ARTS BUNCH
Music Arts Bunch is for children ages 4-5 years. There is a limit of 20 children and registration is first-come. Students bring their lunch. Roswell Presbyterian Preschool students will be picked up directly from their classrooms.
The 3-year-old Celebration Choir is a music class designed to teach basic Christian children’s songs. Singing opportunities include Wednesday Evening Fellowship, Bible Sunday, Children’s Christmas Concert, and the 3 p.m. Christmas Eve Service. Children, age 3 by September 1, 2019, are eligible to participate. Classes are on Wednesday nights, 5:30-5:55 p.m., in the Multipurpose Room.
CHERUB AND CREATION CHOIRS
Cherub and Creation Choirs are for young singers, ages Pre-K and Kindergarten. Pre-K (Cherub) and Kindergarten (Creation) spend time playing singing and rhythm games, learning about the different types of voices, participating in movement activities, and learning songs to be sung in worship.
CAROL AND CHORISTER CHOIRS
The Carol and Chorister Choirs are for children in 1st through 5th grades. Both choirs learn about basic music terms, begin reading music, learn about our voice and the proper way to sing, play games, and prepare to lead worship. Children are dynamically engaged in learning about the different parts of our worship service at RPC and learn how we, as God’s children, can play an active role in the weekly church service.
Handchimes is for children in Kindergarten through 2nd grade. Handchimes learn how to read music, use proper chiming technique, and play in church a few times throughout the year.
Our Handbell group is for children in grades 3rd through 5th. During this time children learn how to read music, use proper chiming technique, continue to advance in knowledge about handbells, and play in church a few times throughout the year.
and Discipleship Ministries
Presbyterian Women (PW) is an independent national organization within the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) of more than 300,000 women. It includes every woman in the Presbyterian Church! We are an energetic and diverse group open to all women, young and old, working inside or outside the home. PW meets to impact their own spiritual lives as well as the lives of others by nurturing faith, engaging in mission, and working for justice and peace.
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Prayers & Squares, the prayer quilt ministry, promotes prayer through the use of quilts. The quilt is simply the prayer carrier. Prayer Quilts are given to those who have physical, emotional, or spiritual needs for prayer. Each quilt has ribbons tied with knots as prayers are said for the recipient.
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Prayer Shawl Ministry volunteers meet weekly on Tuesdays, 1:00-3:00 p.m., in CLB 246, to knit or crochet shawls, blankets, and lap robes. Knitting and crocheting is mostly done in fellowship with other Roswell Presbyterian Church members, but individuals may bring finished items to the group. After a prayer by name, a prayer shawl is delivered to those recently sick or in surgery. RPC members may request a prayer shawl be delivered.
Staff Contact: Rev. Julie Ferguson
Contact: Carol Sears
MarriedPeople is Roswell Presbyterian Church’s marriage ministry, which exists to walk alongside couples and to provide support and care as they grow into Christ-centered marriages. One of RPC’s strategic initiatives is to strengthen families and thereby provide a solid foundation for the faith development of those in our community.
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Wit & Wisdom
Wit & Wisdom is a diverse group of members and friends over the age of 60 who enjoy travel, luncheons, theatre, and a host of other activities. Each month, September through May, the group offers a variety of day trips and other fun-filled events. Wit & Wisdom is a wonderful way to get acquainted with Roswell Presbyterian Church members and to meet new friends
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Community Groups will start in late September!
Registration and details to come.
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