We know going somewhere for the first time can be a little intimidating. Here are answers to common questions about RRBC.
There is parking located near the sanctuary in the center, near the children's wing to the left, and near the student center to the right. Handicapped and Guest parking is available in the middle of the parking lot near the main entry.
There are two covered areas where drivers can let their passengers out of the vehicle, in front of the children's building and the sanctuary.
HOW SHOULD I DRESS?
There is no dress code at Raymond Road. Don't worry too much about what to wear. Some of us dress up a little for worship; many come a little more casual.
On Sundays, you will find people in jeans and T-shirts as well as people in dresses or wearing ties. We are just glad to have you join us.
DO I NEED TO BRING A BIBLE?
The main scriptures will be presented on a screen, but you are always welcome to bring your own Bible.
We also have Bibles in the seats that are for your use.
Don't own a Bible? We would love to give you one. Just ask one of our greeters!
WHAT TIME DOES IT START?
On Sunday mornings, we have Small Group Bible Study (also called Sunday School) for all ages from 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. When you arrive, just ask someone to help you find which small group fits your needs; we will help you find your way.
Our worship service starts at 10:15 a.m. in the main sanctuary and usually ends around 11:30.
WHAT ARE SERVICES LIKE?
We hope you will consider coming to worship with us!
Our worship will have prayer and singing (the words will be onscreen). Our pastor, Aaron Tucker, will deliver a message from the Bible (we have Bibles in the pews if you need one).
We will receive an offering at the end of the service, but we never pressure visitors to give anything.
WHAT ABOUT MY KIDS?
We provide excellent childcare for babies through K-4 in our children's wing. You can drop them off anytime that morning, even if you are running a little late.
Children start attending the worship service with their families when they enter Kindergarten (K-5). We love having the children worship and learn about God with the church! And please don't be concerned if they are a little restless, because we love the sounds of children in worship. They are not a distraction, nor a problem.