Morning worship begins at 10:30 a.m. in the sanctuary each Sunday morning. On a typical Sunday (outside the guidelines of the pandemic), you’ll want to be in the sanctuary early to greet folks you already know and/or make new friends who are joining us for worship for the first time. In addition, you’ll hear announcements about upcoming events, learn how prayer concerns are shared, and learn more about the daily life of RHBC.
As followers of Christ, we worship our Lord through music, scripture, prayer, and the study of His word. Join us for worship! You are always welcome!
If you are unable to worship with us in person or prefer not to worship on-site during these uncertain times of the pandemic, join us online via Facebook.
If you join us for on-site worship, please comply with these guidelines to ensure safety and well-being of those in attendance as we seek to be in full compliance with state and national recommendations for re-opening.
- Arrive no more than 20 minutes before the service begins.
- Everyone must wear a mask. (One will be provided if you do not have one of your own.)
- Look for signs indicating the three, main entrances to the church.
- Ushers and greeter will wear masks and gloves; they will open doors for you. Please do not touch doors or door handles. Otherwise, someone must disinfect each time the door or door handle is touched.
- Hand sanitizer will be available in several locations throughout the church including bathrooms.
- There will be no physical contact such as a handshake or hug until there is a clear message from the CDC such a practice is acceptable.
- Those in attendance will sit on every other pew, practicing social distancing. Families may sit together, but must have separation from others. Spacing will be marked on pews to make separation an easier process.
- Any offering may be placed in a box situated at the back of the church.
- There will be no choir or congregational singing until further notice.
- There will be no children’s church; children will remain with their families throughout the service.
- Nursery care will be available for children through two years of age. Beyond that age, children will remain with families during the worship service in the sanctuary.
- There will be no bulletins or handouts.
- At the conclusion of the service, those in attendance will dismiss row by row.
- Pastors will not stand at the back doors of the church.
- All those attending will leave the building immediately after the service where conversations may take place with social distancing in the parking lots.