Rye Hill Kids
The purpose of RHBC Kids is to equip children to know, grow, and show God’s love. We want the children to know who God is and understand their need for a Savior. We want children to grow through scripture memorization, Bible studies, and service. We pray that the children will learn to share God’s love in this dark and fallen world.
RHBC Kids offers a variety of interactions for your children to know, grow, and show God’s love: AWANAS on Wednesday nights (during the school year), Sunday morning Sunday school classes (K-2, 3-6), Sunday morning Kids church, Sunday night bible studies, and also Kids choir. Along with these activities we also host multiple events throughout the year to keep the kids engaged. The safety of your children is a top priority, and multiple steps are taken to help accomplish this. We look forward to seeing your kids and worshiping with them.
Rye Hill Youth
At RHBC youth, our mission is for our students to know Christ and make Him known. We strive to teach and inspire the next generation to be grounded in their faith and confident in our Creator. Through regular Bible study, we want our students actively growing their relationship with Christ and applying His truth to their lives. We seek to serve and love others to make Christ’s love known to all.
We strive to provide a small group, Bible-based support structure that teaches and applies God's Word to our young adults' daily lives.
Our College & Career group gets together for fellowships outside of the church, so they can get to know one another better and have a clean, fun atmosphere of Christian fellowship.
Our teachers for this special group are energetic and dedicated to helping young adults adjust to a post-high school world and life.
LIFE IS BETTER TOGETHER!
At any and every stage of life, there is a place to connect in community, grow in faith, and serve each other in love.
Whether you’re new or have been attending our services for years, we challenge you to get involved and grow.
We believe that our Sunday school time is important for us to connect with one another, and to grow and mature in our faith. Through our small group time we come to a deeper understanding of God’s Word and learn valuable life lessons from one another as we seek to serve Him deeper.
There are different avenues in which a person can become a member. First and foremost in any situation a person must be a born-again believer. Once that has been established, a person must be, or have been, scripturally baptized (by immersion). If a person is coming from another church of like faith and order, we will request their membership from that church. A person can also become a member by a statement. Once you become a part of our family we ask that you will abide by our church covenant: that you will choose to grow, serve, help support, seek unity, and keep a good testimony. Membership will be terminated if he or she joins another church, passes away, at the request of another church to be removed, or by church discipline.