If you are new to RCC, we would love to have you at our next Newcomer Event! Newcomer Events are held every 6 to 8 weeks and are a great way to connect more directly with some of the leadership, ask any questions you may have, and get to know others who are new at RCC. Come join us! Email Kim to sign up!
Come join us for Good Friday Service on Friday 3/30, from 7pm until 8pm at Hembree Springs as we remember what Jesus did for us on the cross. Then come celebrate Jesus' resurrection on Easter Sunday, 4/1 at 10AM.
Good Friday evening service childcare is provided for newborn through pre-k age children.
Save the date! Next year the guys will head up to Wahsega Camp in Dahlonega to spend a couple days in the mountains. Don't miss this opportunity to share significant time together gathered around God’s word, get some rest, experience silence and solitude, and meet new friends!Sign-ups will start in April 2018!
We’re heading back to the Chattahoochee River Sunday May 27th to celebrate God’s work in the life of our church with a baptism service and picnic! This is truly one of the most meaningful times of the year, so you don’t want to miss it!
Following the outdoor worship and baptism, we’ll be sharing a picnic meal together. We’re bringing the fried chicken, rolls and the drinks - you all bring the sides and deserts to share.. picnic fair is best! You may even want to bring a lawn chair as well. The kids playground is right next door to the gazebo, so this is a perfect event for your whole family!
Baptism is a profound thing in the life of any believer, so join us as we celebrate this momentous day as a community, and as a church!
Join us for a Missions Night celebrating RCC’s ministry partnerships in Ghana and Nepal! You’ll get the chance to experience authentic food from these countries as well as hear about our recent trips and what God is doing there. This will be more than just slideshows and stories…we will also be sharing about and exploring God’s call to “Life on Mission” together. Childcare will be offered so RSVP on the City so we can be sure and have enough sitters!
Sunday, March 18th, following the service we will be having our first Members' Meeting where you will be able to hear more about the direction and vision behind RCC and ask questions, even anonymously!
To submit a question, go to roswellchurch.org/askanelder and we look forward to seeing you there!
Come join us as we start the Lenten season together during Ash Wednesday. This is a beautiful service of worship, reflection and repentance as we begin to prepare our hearts over the next few weeks for Easter. We invite you to bring the whole family - childcare will be provided for the little ones.
For more information on this service, feel free to email our staff.
As we begin the new year, we want to extend an invitation for those interested in growing as studiers of the Scriptures by engaging in this developmental course.
Bible Study Bootcamp is an 8 week skills-training series introducing basic methods to help understand God’s Word. The interactive sessions are designed for believers who want to learn how to study the Bible for themselves — whether a newbie or someone experienced wanting to review fundamentals. This Equipping Course covers principles such as Observation, Interpretation, and Application and tools that can enhance personal or group Bible studies. Sessions will be focused on “how-to” techniques and practiced in small table groups.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email Jay Street.
Starting on Monday nights, beginning January 15th, we want to engage the issue of poverty with gospel wholeness, recognizing it as more than just an economic issue. By utilizing the course entitled “Seeking Shalom,” created by the team who work with Bob Lupton’s ministry, we will be watching short videos through the provided course and discuss the questions given (and hopefully proposed action) as we strive to see where the Spirit leads us in addressing this systemic problem in our world.
This is not simply a course about charity or loving the poor, though that is a part of it. There is so much more to realizing the state of our hearts as we strive to gain God’s heart for His world.
Sign-up on The City. The cost of the course is $10 per person, paid directly to RCC (ask Mike Browne for more details on that or with any other questions), and feel free to check out http://www.luptoncenter.org/ if you would like more information on the course or Focused Community Strategies.
Start the year off in God's word - join a Discovery Bible Group! We are looking forward to studying 1&2 Thessalonians, which will be a complement to the new series on Acts that also starts in January! We do not have details on groups worked out yet, but we hope to offer several options as always. If you haven’t had the opportunity to participate in a Discovery Bible Group, this is a perfect opportunity to try it!
We will have sign-ups starting Sunday, Jan 7th before and after church in the lobby. We will also have sign-ups on the City as soon as we have group days/times/locations figured out.
We hope you'll plan on joining us with your family and friends for our candlelight Christmas Eve service at 5:00pm. There will be classes for kids, Nursery through Pre-K. We look forward to celebrating with you!
If you are interested in helping in kids during this service please contact Cori.
Come celebrate the life and ministry of Art and Jan Vander Veen in a night full of stories, humor and worship. The begins at 6pm at Fellowship Bible Church.
Register here for this event!
Additionally, we want to invite each of you to submit a written letter articulating a memorable moment with Art and Jan and/or a significant impact they have had on your life, whether you can attend the event or not.
This discussion group will meeting Monday evenings at the Commons for 5 weeks, starting Oct. 16th. We will be discussing Grace/Truth 1.0 by Preston Sprinkle. The cost to join the discussion is $10 (per individual or couple) to cover the cost of the book.
Regardless of whether you will be able to participate, I strongly encourage everyone to watch the following 20 minute video created as part of the curriculum as a means of entering more personally into the stories of real people. (NOTE: For those of you in Community Groups, you’ll be watching this video together as part of your sermon discussion question). The link to that video is below.
Join us for our 1st annual Food Trucks and Movie Night! We will have a movie for the kids just before dark, food trucks (including King of Pops!), bounce houses, sponsor give a-ways, and your favorite superheros! Watch the City for more information. Interested in serving at this event? Email our staff!
Want to find out where you can serve in the church? Thinking about joining a community group? Interested in knowing more about our local and global missions initiatives and opportunities to get involved? Then Sunday, August 13th is for you! Stay after church where we miraculously convert our space into a cafeteria/conference center (there will even be childcare and bounce houses in the gym)! There, you’ll be able to find out about all the different things happening at the church and how you can get plugged in. This is our chance, once a year, to come together, as the church, to commit to serve one another and to seek to live in community. Hope to see you there! Oh, and please RSVP on the City so we know how much food to get (Yep! Free lunch! Everything provided!).
Whether this is your first retreat or you're a seasoned veteran, this is one experience you won't want to miss! This year, the youth will be renting a house on Lake Lanier to serve as a meeting space, and where the ladies will be staying. The guys will be camping at nearby Toto Creek. The cost of this year's retreat is $130 per student. All money is due by May 21st. Please contact Michael Panyard with any questions or for scholarship info - we want as many students as possible to enjoy this experience!
On June 10th we will be meeting at Eagles Nest at 10:15am for the Grace and Race Field Trip to Atlanta's Civil and Human Rights Center. We will be leaving Eagles Nest together on chartered buses right at 10:30 and arriving at the museum at 11:30am. We will be spending 11:30 - 1:30pm at the center, returning to Eagles Nest by 2:30. Taking the buses down together will be an experience not to miss. However, if you can't ride the bus with us but would like to attend the museum with the group - please feel free to join us! Contact Clark to sign-up!
Things to know:
10:15AM AT EAGLES NEST OR 11:30 AT THE MUSEUM
DISCOUNTED TICKETS TO THE MUSEUM ARE $12
NO CHILDREN UNDER 10
We’re heading back to the Chattahoochee River for this year’s baptism and picnic. This is one of the most meaningful Sundays of the year, so you won’t want to miss it.
Following the outdoor worship and baptism, we’ll be sharing a picnic meal together. We’re bringing the fried chicken, rolls and drinks, you all bring the sides and deserts to share…picnic fair is best!
You may want to bring your own lawn chair as well…the kids playground is right next to the gazebo, which is perfect for your children, so bring them along!
We will wrap up the initial phase of the Conversations journey on Saturday May 6th when we gather back together at Eagles Nest Church for this “Landing” event. Your Conversations group will reassemble around tables once more as together we look back, enjoy, and look forward. Childcare will be provided onsite for 4yr-olds and above. Nursery through 3yr-olds will be cared for at the Commons.