The adult Sunday school classes at RCC are committed to studying and applying the Apostles’ Teaching (Act 2:42).  Presently on Sunday morning, six adult classes meet at 9:30. Classes generally study the Bible in book-by-book or topical formats. Though diverse in size and age, each class provides a weekly opportunity to study God’s Word and fellowship with other believers.  We hope you join us this week.

  • Friendship Class (first floor in room 111) – A class for senior adults taught by Carl Redemske
  • Kingdom Builders (fellowship hall) – A class for all ages taught by Steve Jeffries
  • Young Adult Class (second-floor room 202) – A class for younger adults taught by Brad Bumgardner
  • BASIC (second-floor room 205/207/209) – A class for all ages taught by Bruce Hartman and Don Hatfield
  • Cornerstone (second-floor room 211) – A class for all ages taught by Tim Patchett
  • CTV (second-floor room 213) – A class for all ages taught by Kevin Jacks

Our statement of purpose is to “Develop Men of Godly Character”.  To help accomplish our goal, men are involved in various ministries that include the study of God’s Word, fellowship and outreach.

Activities have included golf scrambles, a monthly men’s breakfast, go-kart racing, and softball games.  We hosted a cookout for school-aged kids and assisted with the missions breakfast for the church.  In the future, we plan to continue these types of activities so that men can gather and have fellowship with one another.

One goal we have is to start an outreach program into the community, ultimately bringing more men to know Christ and to help them along with ourselves to develop into men of godly character.  All men are encouraged to join us.

RCC Women’s Ministries strive to bring women of all ages together to mentor, fellowship and to provide support for each other.

Christian Women’s Fellowship
CWF is a senior women’s ministry.  Their ministry is to honor the Lord in service to the church, the community and to world missions.  Monthly meetings are the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 1:30 PM.  Activities include the support of the local food pantry, a card ministry, F.A.M.E., mission speakers, Appalachian Christian Ministry, and Samaritan’s Purse gift boxes.  Ladies of CWF  and Women of Service cooperate in preparation of bereavements dinners, assistance with baptisms, maintenance of the kitchen and monetary contributions as needed to the church body.

Women of Service
Our mission is to be of service to the church, to maintain outreach to members of the church, and to provide an opportunity for Christian fellowship and personal growth in their faith.  Women of Service is Christ-centered and serves through the love of God. Currently, the ladies meet the second Saturday of each month for breakfast (unless another activity is planned).  Meetings are held at the church Fellowship Hall at 8:30 AM.  Activities of the group are baptismal duties, working with the Christian Women’s Fellowship on Bereavement Committee, sending care packages to college students, women’s day activities such as our Annual Women’s Retreat, assisting the church body wherever needed, the Christmas Giving Tree for children of Parke County and sponsoring a Day Mission Trip or two to F.A.M.E. headquarters in Indianapolis.  All women are invited to attend and become involved in this ministry.


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