Search

Come Hang Out!

If you've never been to a community night or it's been a while, come hang out tonight! They're open to everyone inside and out of the church for all ages. Dinner starts at 5:30. Coffee and espresso served after. For parents with children, there will also be some activities set up for them. See why we do community nights here.

Community Night on July 28th!

Our monthly community nights have become a regular part of life for many of our members, and we couldn't be any more pleased with the life-giving time we're spending with everyone involved! It's about much more than showing up, eating and talking church stuff. Did you know Jonathan Runyan loves to do the Macarena? I learned that at the last community night. He's promised to do it publically this Sunday night if we get 15 new people to show up to their first community night. DETAILS: 5:30 p.m. Sunday, July 28th Food is served at 5:30 p.m. Activities planned for kids so the adults can spend time getting to know each other! Everyone is welcomed with opened arms. Please come enjoy a relaxed ti

Art & Children

Hey Parents (see last paragraph for what's coming in Children's Church)! So, when I was a kid, my favorite movie was Aladdin. I would run all over the house, wearing baggy sweatpants without a shirt, imagining the Sultan's guards were always one step behind me. And although my pale skin, slow movement and lanky frame was the exact opposite of an agile Arab in the middle-east (as depicted by Disney), I didn't care. My imagination was running wild. Imagination is inextricably linked to art. Whether we use our imaginations or not, the desire for art is built inside all of our brains to some degree. Whether we appreciate special effects in a movie, a sunset, or a moving piece of music, we're alw

Promises and Faith

Yesterday during children's church (k-4th) our kids heard a story about Old Man Cary, a grumpy neighbor who promised two kids payment for fireworks if they cleaned up his property. We let the kids name the characters while the story was told. Cary was chosen for the grumpy neighbor, followed by Bob and Jamie for the children, and finally Mrs. Schnoodleberry as the mom. What good is it, my brothers, if someone says he has faith but does not have works? Can that faith save him? 15 If a brother or sister is poorly clothed and lacking in daily food, 16 and one of you says to them, "Go in peace, be warmed and filled," without giving them the things needed for the body, what good is that? 17 So al

ABOUT RCBC

Rock Creek is here to bring glory to none other than Jesus Christ  and to encourage you to a deeper, trusting relationship with Him.

ADDRESS

5257 HWY K92 Meriden, KS

Phone 785 484 2884

MORE INFO ON RCBC
Sunday School  9:30
Main Service   10:45
Wed Clubs       6:15
  • Black Instagram Icon
  • White Facebook Icon

© 2023 by HARMONY. Proudly created with Wix.com