Whatever your denomination (or none)
Encounter people of all ages
Learn to follow Jesus Christ
Connect with the community
Open and study the Bible in a variety of ways
Meet in extensive premises in the town centre
Experience a variety of styles of music and worship
Ecumenical Lent Groups
This year, for the first time in many years, a town-wide ecumenical Lent course will be taking place again. The â€ś40 Days of Communityâ€ť course is part of Hope Rugby 2014 and is called Better Together. The details are as follows:
- Week 1, Better Together (What Matters Most) 1 Corinthians 13.
- Week 2. Mission (Reaching Out Together) Mark 6: 36-44.
- Week 3. Fellowship (Belonging Together) Romans 12: 1-13.
- Week 4. Discipleship (Growing Together). Acts 2: 42-7.
- Week 5. Ministry (Serving Together) Ephesians 4: 1-16.
- Week 6. Worship (Worshiping Together) 1 Timothy 6: 11-21.
Please consider praying, studying and meeting with Christians from other churches across the town, as Easter 2014 approaches. This course will also be ideal preparation for the REVIVE â€ś1000 hours of kindessâ€ť community projects planned by churches of all kinds across the Borough in May. For information about leaders, venues and times please download the ecumenical Lent groups flyer OR find more information at: www.reviverugby.net
Download our summer 2014 programme, which gives details of regular and special events including weekly activities and services. More details
Environment – a study guide by Ruth Valerio
Better Together: A "40 Days of Community" Lent Course
Pulpit fall 2014
This year’s pulpit fall, designed by Elaine Ridgway, illustrates our Church motto text for 2014: Acts 2:42. View a copy of the Church New Year Sunday Covenant.
Introducing Louise Morley
Louise is our Youth Deacon here at RBC. In September 2013, Louise began a three year Degree course (BA in Children and Family Work and Practical Theology) based at the Oxford Institute for Children's and Youth Mission. More details