Sunday, June 29, 2014

Helpful Resources about General Assembly

Some folks have asked where they can find information about what happened at General Assembly. Below are several resources which provide helpful information.

Letter from WV Commissioners

Pastoral Letter from PCUSA Leaders

FAQ on Marriage

FAQ on Divestment

Letter from Presbyterians for Renewal and the Fellowship of Presbyterians

PCUSA Pastors Call for Unity

 If you have additional questions, please do call the church office. Stephen will be happy to speak with you!

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Pictures from Eaton Workcamp

We had the honor of hosting a workcamp from the First Presbyterian Church of Eaton (Ohio) last week. What wonderful young people whose hearts were filled with kindness, compassion, and dedication to God's work! Take a look below to see them working on a few of their projects.

Sunday, June 22, 2014

Friday, June 20, 2014

Pastoral Letter Issued by PCUSA Leaders to Churches

In the wake of several major decisions by the 221st General Assembly in Detroit, our denominational leaders issued a pastoral letter to all PCUSA congregations. Please visit the below link to read their letter. 

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Morning Worship, 4/25/14

Please visit the below link to listen to Sunday's worship service. Rev. Baldwin's sermon is titled The Modern Mission Field. 


Weekly Worship Audio

Hello, friends! Our sincere apologies for not posting weekly worship audio this spring. We've encountered major difficulties with our former audio hosting service and are in the process of finding a new host. We hope to have the kinks worked out in the next week, and we look forward to once again being able to provide you with the audio or our sermons and/or the entire worship service on this website. Thank you for your patience!

Monday, March 3, 2014

Morning Worship, 3/2/14: "Listen to Him"

Matthew 17.1-8 tells a strange tale. And it doesn't help matters that the day it describes, which the church calendar calls Transfiguration Sunday, is foreign to many people in the pews. Yet, it tells the story of a powerful moment in time when his disciples finally see through to the core of Jesus and recognize who he really is.

May the Lord be with you!

Monday, February 17, 2014

Morning Worship, 2/16/14: "Lonely Days"

We live in a paradox.  In today’s world, you can pick up a phone and talk to someone ten thousand miles away in an instant.  You can sit in front of a computer or a smartphone and talk face to face with your loved one, no matter if they are two hours away, two states away, or two continents away.  We are connected by technology in a way that seemed impossible only a few generations ago.  And yet, we know fewer and fewer of the people who live across the street.  

May the Lord be with you always!

Monday, February 3, 2014

Morning Worship, 2/2/14: "Back to Basics: Worship"

We all know it’s important to worship, but it can be easy to lose sight of how we should do it.  Do you we have to be professionals getting every detail just right?  As Rev. Tom Long reminds us, it’s not the fruit of our labor, but the labor, that counts.

May the Lord be with you!

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Visit our Facebook page for news

Visit our Facebook page for all the latest news from RPC. Don't worry...we don't plan to overwhelm your newsfeed with game requests, videos, and theological debates.  This will simply be a platform to share important information quickly.

Thanks for your support!  

Monday, January 27, 2014

Morning Worship, 1/26/14: "Back to Basics: Discipleship"

When John the Baptist is arrested, verse 12 says Jesus “withdrew” to Galilee.  On first read, that makes it sound as if Jesus runs away.  Flees.  Retreats.  Runs away.  Yet that couldn't be further from the truth.  And the truth illumines the basic meaning of discipleship.

May the Lord be with you.

Monday, January 6, 2014

Morning Worship, 1/5/14: "Back to Basics: Sacred/Profane"

For the next four weeks, we'll get "back to basics" as a new year begins, recovering the core of our Christian faith. Today, we begin with the most basic concept--that of the sacred & the profane. For without a sense of the sacred, a life of faith is not possible.

May the Lord be with you!