We strongly recommend that all people, vaccinated and not vaccinated, continue to wear a mask. Just a reminder about masks, we do not wear them to protect ourselves - we wear them to protect others. All other in-person worship protocols will remain in place and will be reviewed at the July session meeting.
Hand Sanitizer will be available as you enter the building.
We ask that you please use it before entering the church building.
Maintain appropriate social distancing; we plan to block off every other pew.
Family members may sit together. Please restrict any gatherings to outside.
While singing, please sing softly or hum.
Please suspend your regular practice of hugs and handshakes for now.
We recognize how hard this is to not do, especially since we haven’t been together in over a
year. But we ask that you hold off for a bit longer.
There will be no nursery.
Please go directly outside.
We plan to continue streaming our worship through YouTube and Facebook for those unable to attend in person.
We look forward to seeing you in worship if you are able!
You can continue to connect to the online worship on Sunday mornings at 9:30
and here are several ways to link to the Rock Lake Presbyterian Church
From your computer or smartphone, simply click the following link
during or after the broadcast:
The link above is also posted on our Facebook page. You can reach the
Facebook page with this link:
If you have a smart TV, you may open the YouTube app, and subscribe to
Rock Lake Presbyterian Church.
May Christ's Peace comfort each of us during this time
but let us continue to worship together.
Presbytery of West Virginia - You may view staff-led worship services at this address:
Please use these suggested scriptures, questions, and activities to help you explore your faith.
September 19 – Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost/Proper 20: James 3:13-4:3 James tells us when good works are done with wisdom and not selfish ambition, we will sow a harvest of righteousness and peace. Conflicts and disputes arise when we want it all our own way. What can you do to become more gentle, honest, and merciful in a world filled with conflict?
September 26 – Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost/Proper 21: Read Mark 9:42-50
Mark warns us of all the ways we are tempted to sin or cause others to stumble due to our actions. What do you think it means when he says, “Have salt in yourselves?” How can that give you peace with one another?