Welcome to RCC!

CHURCH – It means different things to different people. But when we say “church” at RCC, this is what we mean.

We mean a place where we can connect with God. We do lots of different things in fresh, new and relevant ways, but the purpose behind them all is to help us in our relationships with God.

We mean a place where we can connect with friends. One of the best things about RCC is our strong sense of family, where everyone can fit in and belong. RCC is a place where people not only know your name, but genuinely care.

We mean a place that helps you connect with yourself. If we’re honest, most of us wish we had a better handle on just who we are and what we are supposed to be accomplishing in life. It’s called purpose, and we are 100% certain that God has given every one of us a purpose. We would like to help you identify your purpose.


What makes RCC unique?

The two things come to mind that stand out are

We insist the Bible is taken seriously, but also relate the Bible to every day life, and

The fact we are small enough that you won’t get lost in the crowd, but continuouly desiring to grow in spirit and membership.

What kind of church is RCC?

We are a lot of things to alot of people, but we are not very set in our ways. We like to try new things and believe that change should be the norm in the life of a Christ follower.

What do I need to know before I visit RCC?

First you can be sure that you will be welcomed. Second, you can be sure you won’t be singled out in any way. Most people who visit a church like to be anonymous at the start, and that’s fine with us. At the same time, we will give you the opportunity to let us know if you need something. The only offering we hope we receive from you is that you will allow us to buy you a cup of coffee after worship in our Fellowship Hall.




“Rosemont Community Church exists to trust and glorify God by being a loving fellowship and a disciple producing church.
We do this by…

  • Exalting and Praising God
  • Evangelizing the lost
  • Equipping those who become believers
  • Encouraging one another through steadfast unity
  • Empowering people for ministry
  • Exhibiting stewardship”