All are invited to worship with us during our Sunday services at 10 a.m. Worship is the central act of the church. It is what makes us a church! Our pastor, Rev. Lavoie says, “My calling is to proclaim the Christian Gospel, as taught by Christ and His Apostles, not watered down or mixed with anything else.” Click here for further information about our Sunday Worship service.
After the Sunday service’s children’s moment, the children gather in the chapel where they begin their lesson and then move to the classroom where their lesson mirrors the sermon the adults hear during the service, but in a way that the children can understand and implement in their lives.
Following our Sunday service, our congregation gathers to meet and greet friends, new and old. Volunteers from the congregation provide beverages and light snacks. All are welcome!
A dedicated group of singers worshipping the Lord through traditional music. Choir practice is held each Wednesday evening from 7:00-8:30 p.m. and Sundays at 9:00 a.m. Click here for further information about the RCC Choir.
Pastor’s Bible Studies
It’s Bible Studies like no other. A typical remark heard on the way out is “Amazing.” It’s a history lesson about the location, lifestyle and daily struggles of the people. Or, as Rev. Lavoie sometimes says”Let’s go down this little rabbit hole of biblical history.” The Pastor’s Bible Studies are held on every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. and on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month at 7:00 p.m.
Men’s Bible Study Fellowship
The Men’s Bible Study Fellowship meets on Tuesday mornings at 6:30 a.m. The men read and discuss the Bible and collect an offering to support a children’s nutrition program in Kigali, Rwanda. They currently send $2,000 four times per year.
Fireside Book Club
The Fireside Book Club meets in the Fireside Room on the second Friday of each month. They enjoy a dessert and coffee followed by a book discussion for about an hour.
The purpose of RCC Mission and Outreach program is to support missionaries and mission activities with time, talent, and financial support both locally and internationally. The committee also organizes congregational response to emergencies and natural disasters. Click here for information on our Christian Service Ministry.
Community Groups at RCC
Rye Congregational Church has served as a central meeting house for the Rye community since its dedication in 1726. We are proud to continue this tradition and provide a gathering place to many area groups. Click here for further information about community groups meeting at Rye Congregational Church.
The RCC Beacon
Please contact the Church office (603-964-4061 or firstname.lastname@example.org) to obtain the password, then click here to see editions of the RCC Beacon in PDF format.