Adult Ministry

Many opportunities for engaging in study and discussion are available for adults at RHCC. Adults who are looking for a way to grow in faith and in Christian Fellowship are invited to explore any of the following classes which are held on Sunday mornings.


CONNECTIONS - 9:15 a.m. Room 116 Contact: Ellen Gillis Attendance: 16 on roll/average attendance 13. Description: Primarily single women 50+. February's study is “Facing the Giants in Your Life" by David Jeremiah. Chapter book, class members lead discussion.

CONTEMPORARY - 9:00 a.m. Room 201 Contact: Sherry Nelson Attendance: 50+ on roll/average attendance 40. Description: Primarily middle-aged couples, but open to all. Becoming a completely committed follower of Jesus. February - Listening for God-Vol. 2, compiled by Paula J. Carlston. Stories and essays to investigate how life and faith merge.

FELLOWSHIP - 9:00 a.m. RHCA Building Contact: Roy Atwell Attendance: 8-14 per Sunday. Description: 60s and 70s, but open to all. Bible study-reading and discussion. February's discussion will be completing Nehemiah and beginning Luke.

PERSPECTIVE CLASS - 9:00 a.m. Room 102 Contact: Cyndie Smith Attendance: 14 on roll/average attendance 8-10. Description: Class to accommodate choir members and members who have difficulty negotiating stairs.February's study is “Ten Commandments from the Backside" by J. Ellsworth Kallas.

FAITH AND FAMILY CLASS - 9:00 a.m. Room 208 Contact: Carr Bennett Attendance: 35 on roll/20-25 average attendance Description: Primarily younger couples with children newborn to college. Studying growth in our faith as families. February's study is “Facing Your Giants" by Max Lucado.


BROTHERS EXPLORE THE BIBLE - 7:00 P.M. FAMILY ROOM - Men of all ages are welcome. This exploration is open to the community. Bring a neighbor or coworker. This fellowship and study between Christian brothers present the opportunity to determine how God’s Word has had an impact on our week as well as the rest of our lives. It also provides an opportunity to share and gain some insight with men that may have experienced the same things in their lives. Come join us as the Almighty guides us down the road we call life. For more information, you can call Tom Wollenberg at 704-519-8946 or e-mail


COMMUNITY BIBLE STUDY - We invite you to join our Ladies Day Class on Wednesdays beginning September 3rd at 9:15 a.m. as we study the book of Romans. The 9 month course basically follows the public school schedule. We are an interdenominational Bible study for the community, a place for women of all ages to be nurtured, encouraged and challenged in God's word. Open to women of all faiths and knowledge levels. Each meeting includes personal study group, group discussion, teaching and written commentary. For more information, please contact Michelle Locklear at 803-810-9590 or by email at

CARE AND KINDNESS MINISTRY –We provide support for church members during times of grief, illness or other hardship. We are a contact for shut-ins and others who may be confined to a nursing home, assisted living or rehabilitation center. Activities of the team include visiting, phone calls, preparing and distributing goody packages at holidays, sending cards and helping with meals. On occasion, team members have provided transportation to appointments. The team works closely with the Board of Deacons and new members are welcome! For more information, please contact Cyndie Smith at or 831-1510.
The Born Again Beaders, a small group ministry of RHCC, hopes their Soncatchers will bring happiness and joy in the knowledge that God loves people deeply and wishes them peace today and always. If you would like to join the group for fellowship and jewelry making, they meet in the library every Thursday from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. For information about the group, bead or jewelry donations or about obtaining a “Soncatcher," please call the church office at 803-831-1615.

Prayer Shawl Ministry - Do You Knit or Crochet? Would You Like to Learn?? If so, we would love to have you join us. We are the RHCC Prayer Shawl Ministry—a group that meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month at 1:00 p.m. in Room 116 in the Sanctuary Building. We work on and bless the shawls and pray for the recipients. We hope that they wrap, enfold, give comfort, solace and warmth to those who receive them. You may become involved by making shawls or by requesting a shawl for a friend or loved one. For further information, please contact Anne Nielsen at 831-1086.

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