RCC Moms is a ministry  that is designed to offer support, encouragement, relationship building and spiritual growth for mothers of all ages.  Each meeting will include food (yes!), a message, activity, small group time and fellowship. 

There is a group that meets on the first and third Wednesday evenings of the month from 6:00-8:00 pm (no childcare).  And we have a group that meets on the first and third Thursday mornings of the month from 9:30-11:30 am.  The morning group has childcare.  

If you'd like information on the evening group, please email Katie Bruce at kmitchell71988@gmail.com.  And, if you would like more information on the morning group, please email Leah Amerine at leah.amerine@gmail.com.

Women's Bible StudIES

We have a few different options for ladies to become involved in a Bible study. 

The first meets on Monday evenings from 6:30-8:00 pm.  Marty Meek leads this group.  They read and discuss various works from female Christian authors.  They take breaks between studies, so check the calendar to see when they meet.

The next option meets on Wednesday mornings from 10:00-11:30 am.  The ladies' studies' depend upon the teacher.  In addition to the Bible study, the ladies sometimes go to lunch afterward, sing at local nursing homes, and do various outreach activities.

Ladies are encouraged to give one or both of these Bible studies a try.


Every second Sunday in December, the ladies have a Christmas Tea.  This is for all ladies, young and not-so-young.  This year's tea will be held on December 12th from 3:00-5:00 pm.  Each table of 8 will be seasonally decorated and have a special host.  The entertainment this year will be Mallory Hope, Christian music singer/songwriter.  She spoke and performed once before, and was asked back due to popular demand.  More information on how to purchase tickets, be a table hostess and table decorator, will be made available in November.  


The Sunday before Mother's Day, in the afternoon, all of the ladies in the church are celebrated with a wonderful dinner and entertainment.  You don't have to be a mother to be at this event.  More information will become available in April.