Part of how we try to stay connected to others in RPC is by participating in small groups. Some groups are small and intimate, other groups are larger. All who attend RPC are welcome and encouraged to attend a group.
Why do they exist? For a number of reasons: to follow biblical example and teaching, to grow as disciples of Jesus, to connect with and care for other people...
What is Small Group Ministry? It is a small group of Christians who meet together regularly for a variety of reasons.
What do groups do? All kinds of things: pray together, worship together, serve together, reach out together, share each others joys and sorrows, learn and grow together, play together...
Where do groups meet? In homes, at the church, in various places in the community…
When do groups meet? Various times: weeknights, weekdays, Saturdays. Some meet weekly, others bi-weekly or monthly.
Current Small Groups:
Bible Study at Rockcliffe Seniors Complex - 1:30 p.m. every other Wednesday.
Dates for Fall 2017:
Serving in the Community
Once a month, a group gets together in the kitchen to bake a dessert for OSHaRE (Owen Sound Hunger and Relief Effort).
6:00 p.m. on the following dates:
Youth Bible Study
2nd and 4th Sunday (Grades 5 - 12 are dismissed during the worship service)
MOPS (Mothers of PreSchoolers)
2nd and 4th Sunday each month