may events

Check the Calendar for a complete list of upcoming events.

  • WOMEN'S CIRCLE

    tuesday, May 1

    Morning Circle: 10:00a.m., Church Parlor  

    Evening Circle: 7:00 p.m., the home of Kathy Linker

    All of the women of the church are invited and encouraged to be a part of the Presbyterian Women Circle and Bible Studies. We strive to minister to the congregation as a whole and to the women in particular through Bible study, prayer and fellowship. We would love to welcome some new faces to our groups! We meet the first Tuesday of each month.


    Questions? Please contact Priscilla Giuliano at 704-706-3203 

  • free community meAL

    Wednesday, May 2

    6:00 Pm, fellowship hall

    Meal:  Meatloaf, Mashed Potatoes and Corn


    We welcome our neighbors and friends to join us on the First Wednesday of the month at 6:00pm for a FREE meal and friendship. Come meet the members of our church and feed your body and your soul.  No RSVP necessary


    Questions? Please contact Candice Shepard at 704-778-1278    


  • wednesday night fellowship meal

    every wednesday, may 2, 9, 16, 23, 30

    6:00 pm, fellowship hall

    Cost:  $5/meal; $15/family maximum


    May 2 - Free Community Meal

    May 9 - Baked Potato Bar  

    May 16 - Mac and Cheese

    May 23 - Beef Stew and  Potatoes

    May 30 - Bistro Grilled Chicken


    Please RSVP by signing the friendship pad during Sunday Service or send a quick note to churchadmin@rockyriver.org.   We are happy to share in fellowship with our church and community.  Let us feed your body and soul!


    CHIMES REHEARSAL at 6:30 pm

    YOUTH BIBLE STUDY at 6:45 pm

    CHOIR PRACTICE at 7:00 pm -- We would love to have more young voices!


    Questions? Please contact Candice Shepard at 704-778-1278  

  • family Game night

    Friday, may 11 and 25

    7:00 pm - fellowship hall

    Game Night has become a fun Friday night tradition at RRPC. Young and old members alike come out to play a friendly game of cards, or their favorite board game. All you have to bring is your favorite game, a snack to share and your competitive spirit! Invite your neighbors and friends for some good clean fun!   

    All are welcome!


    Questions? Please contact Cyndi Conway in the church office at 704-455-2479


  • healing touch clinic

    Sunday, May 13

    3:00 pm, Upstairs - Fellowship Building

    This clinic is available for anyone interested in experiencing a relaxing, 30-minute session to restore your balance and energy. There will be several experienced Healing Touch Practitioners and possibly some students of Healing Touch from the CMC College of Health Sciences available for these sessions.  While there is no charge for the clinic, donations are accepted for the use of the building. Most of the evaluations of previous clinics have rated the experience as a valuable one and most enjoyable.  The clinic is held the second Sunday of each month and is open to the public.  You can read more about Healing Touch at www.healingtouchprogram.com


    Questions? Please contact Julia Alexander at 704-455-9753 


  • men's breakfast

    Sunday, May 20

    9:00 am, fellowship Hall

    As always, we welcome ALL men to join us—husbands, fathers, sons, grandfathers and brothers. What a great opportunity for fellowship among our men!


    Questions? Please contact Jerry Clark at 704-596-0062

  • rocky river readers

    Monday, May 21

    7:00 pm, church parlor

    Due to Memorial Day being the 4th Monday, Rocky River Readers will meet the 3rd Monday, May 21st.


    The Light Between Oceans by M. L. Stedman is set in Western Australia in the 1920s.  It is a story about good people making bad decisions for all the right reasons. A survivor of  First World War trenches, Tom enjoys his life of solitude, but one trip to the mainland brings him a wife, Isabel, with whom to share Janus Rock.  Tom and Isabel live alone on this remote Australian island where Tom is the lighthouse keeper. Their world is turned upside down the day a boat washes up on shore.  In the boat are a man’s body and a wee baby.  Do they keep the baby and claim it as their own, or do they report the incident and risk having to return the baby girl to her biological mother?


    Please join us for the discussion about this interesting book and the choices Tom and Isabel make.


    Questions? Please contact Marie Morrison at 704-455-2487