Everyone is welcome!
We will be broadcasting the worship services on line
until further notice.
We believe that God is calling us to reach out to others. Whether you come with questions or doubts, in search of a new church home, are seeking to worship and serve Christ, or want to be challenged to grow in your journey of faith, we welcome you to become a part of our church family.
We look forward to seeing you when things get back to normal!
Have a special need? Please email us on the contact page or
contact the church office (304-768-4141) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
During this pandemic we invite you to visit and join us online until this is over.
ON-SITE WORSHIP SUSPENDED DURING THE PANDEMIC
We invite you to join us each Sunday at 11 AM ET (or afterward) in online worship. We invite you to forward this information to others in your circle who may wish to join us in worship. When it is deemed safe to do so, please join us for worship in the church sanctuary.
The leaders of this part of Christ's Body pray that you find the service Biblical, inspirational, meaningful, and challenging.
This Sunday's bulletin is found below for downloading & printing.
If you have no way to print the bulletin or display it on a separate device,
we can send you a bulletin by snail mail.
Use the contact page to email the church office or call
with your name and address.
It is our goal and aim to protect our members and visitors during this time.
We will post when our facility has reopened for worship and activities.
21st Sunday in the season of Pentecost
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People, E-mail or call the church office until noon Thursday.
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This site has links to all the services since April 12,
so you can click on the link for the desired Sunday service.
Then click the link to the desired post.
Jim Musgrave is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: RLPC non-Sunday Bible Study
Time: Monday, October 26, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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Please use these suggested scriptures, questions, and activities to help you explore your faith during the month of September.
October 4: Read Exodus 20:1-20 This section of Exodus contains the 10 Commandments that God gave to Moses. They are rules that help us to live in relationship with God and with each other. Because these commandments were given to an ancient people, some of the words might not mean the same thing to us today. Rewrite the commandments in more modern words that make sense for us
October 11: Read Philippians 4:1-9 The apostle Paul urges people to be joyful. Isn’t it a little odd to urge people to be joyful? The next time you are at worship at your church, consider the ways that joy is shown. Is your worship joyful? Why or why not? We should always be filled with joy, especially when we remember that we are children of God.
October 18: Read Matthew 22:15-22 The people asked Jesus, “Is it lawful to pay taxes to the emperor or not?” The passage reminds us of the differences that exist for us as citizens of the world and as citizens of heaven. We must maintain our identity as Christians while still following the laws enacted by our government, but sometimes, what the government says is not very Christian. What do you do when you disagree with the government because it doesn’t seem like something with which Jesus would agree?
October 25: Read Matthew 22:34-46 A lawyer asked Jesus, “Which commandment in the law is the greatest?” Jesus said there are only two commandments: “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind,” and “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” What are ways that you follow these commandments?