Missions

missionsThe Missions Committee is dedicated to learning more about each of our supported missions, sharing this information with the congregation and using our mission dollars wisely.  We are partners with those who are spreading the gospel and the love of Christ to people in Parke County, the state of Indiana, America and around the world.  We are currently supporting 15 different mission fields.  We help organize two Mission Sundays, one in the spring and one in the fall.  We also hlep in putting together short-term mission trips and encourage participation by members of our church family.

Our Supported Missions:

  • Porter Poland Mission Trip to Holocaust Survivors (visit blog)
  • Global Missionary Ministries
  • Great Commission Ministries
  • South India Church of Christ
  • Polish Christian Mission
  • Good News Production
  • North American Christian Convention
  • Hanging Rock Camp
  • SCAMPS, ISU
  • Parke County Food Pantry
  • Ruth Smith Memorial, Philippines
  • Central Brazil Mission
  • FAME (Fellowship Associates of Medical Evangelism)
  • Restoration House Ministries
  • Crisis Pregnancy Center
  • Lincoln Christian College
  • Cincinnati Christian University

Women’s Ministry

WomensBibleStudiesRCC 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 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.

Women of Purpose  
Women of Purpose is a Bible study group that meets every Monday (during the school year) from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall.  Women of Purpose has been in existence for about 16 years.  Originally called “Mothering Matters,” the group was founded for young mothers to gather and get into God’s Word and to be a support for each other.  As our children grew, so did we.  Our group has changed from young mothers to women of all ages and several church backgrounds.  Our purpose is still the same – to study God’s Word and to provide support for each other.  Our group has definitely diversified and we invite all ladies to join us.
We have done numerous studies over the years from topical to studying specific books of the Bible.

Women’s Bible Study
Women of all ages gather on Monday evenings for a time of fellowship, prayer and study (and food!).  This Bible Study meets from 6:00 – 8:00 PM, generally at Janet Fahey’s home but occasionally at McVay Chiropractic offices.  Sandy Thurman and Tina Jacks lead the group through topic studies, books of the Bible and books by Christian authors.  Bring your Bible and a hunger for applying God’s Word and join us!

Women of Faith Conference
For the last several years, we have organized a group of women to attend the nearest Women of Faith Conference.  Registration information will be announced as it is available.  Visit the Women of Faith website for more information.

Men’s Ministry

mensMinistry Contact:  Phil Leonard

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.

Enter the Men’s Ministry Category on the right or check the calendar for current events!

What We Believe

We believe in one God:  Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

We believe God is the Creator of all things (seen and unseen).

We believe in Jesus Christ, God’s one and only Son, who was born (on earth) from a virgin, and who through His death and resurrection became the Savior of the world.

We believe in the Holy Spirit, who dwells within every Christian.

We believe the Bible is the inerrant and inspired Word of God and the final authority on matters of faith.

We believe man, created by God, willingly sinned against God and is therefore lost and without hope apart from Jesus Christ.

We believe that salvation for mankind comes by grace through the blood of Jesus Christ (his death on the cross).

We believe that the Bible teaches that the pattern to follow in order to receive Jesus as Savior is to believe in Christ as God’s Son and Savior of the world, to repent  (or turn) from personal sin, to confess Christ as Lord, and to be immersed in baptism.

We believe the church is the body and bride of Christ, founded on the day of Pentecost (Acts 2), and consisting of all Christians everywhere.

We believe it is God’s plan for the elders to lead the local church.

We believe that death seals the eternal destiny of each person.  Those who have been saved will inherit eternal life;  the unsaved eternal separation from God.

Our Mission

Rockville Christian Church is a loving, caring body of believers.  We hope that you will spend time learning more about us: our mission, our beliefs and values.  If you have any questions, please visit our contact page.

Our Values
Teaching and learning God’s Word, building a strong community of believers and being faithful stewards.

Our Mission
We honor and glorify God by assisting people to surrender their lives to Jesus and become more like Him.

Our Vision
A body of believers being used by God to transform lives and to impact our community for Christ.

Contact Us

Address:  292 West US Hwy 36; Rockville, IN 47872

Phone:  765-569-3563

E-mail:

Directions to RCC

Rockville Christian Church is located on the West side of the state of Indiana on Hwy US 36, one mile West of the intersection with US 41.  It is on the North side of the road.

292 W. US Hwy 36
Rockville, IN 47872

From Indianapolis:   approximately one hour West on US 36

From Terre Haute:  approximately 30 minutes North, using US 41

From Chicago:  approximately 3 hours South, using US 41

Call us at 765-569-3563 or e-mail  tami@rockvillecc.com if you need further directions.

Service Times

Sunday School (all ages)
9:30 AM

Sunday Morning Worship
10:30 AM

Wednesday Night
6:30 – Jr High Bible Study

Vespers At The Gardens

On the fourth Sunday of each month, Rockville Christian is hosting a Vesper Service at The Gardens Convalescent Center in Clinton.  We will meet at 2:00 PM with Don Hatfield sharing a message and Ronna Bemis leading singing.  We invite you to join us as we lift the spirits of the residents.

Sharing of Communion

communionOn the first day of the week, since the earliest days of the church, Christians gathered on Sunday to share in communion.  Our Elders are willing to take communion to the homes of our members who are shut-in.  Please call the church office or talk to one of the Elders.

 

 

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