Sunday Worship Service
Children & Adult Sunday School
9:00 am beginning September 12th
*Masks & social distancing are optional
Sunday Live Stream
We want to encourage your continued spiritual growth. The world around us is unpredictable and fearful with COVID-19 on the loose, but King Jesus is still on His throne, ruling over all! In these days of social distancing, we are striving to maintain the rich communion and unity we enjoy as a church family.
We recognize that this solution is not perfect but hope it will provide an opportunity for many in our church family to celebrate the hope of Christ and the community he is creating. Your elders are continuing to lift you up in prayer.
With much love in Christ,
Your RMCC Pastors
Children's Sunday School classes are offered from age two years old through high school & discuss topics ranging from "God Created All Things" to studies based on The Westminster Shorter Catechism and R.C. Sproul.
The Adult Class, entitled "Biblical Justice: Issues and Opportunities," will begin with a biblical foundation for justice from both the Old and New Testaments. The class will then examine current “social justice” topics such as critical theory, anti-racism, intersectionality, gender, and human sexuality in light of Scripture. In the final weeks, we will look at how we should live in a culture that is often hostile to Christianity.
Get to Know Us
Rocky Mountain Community Church (PCA) is a regional church in the west end of Billings, MT with members and attendees from every area of the city and throughout Yellowstone County. We invite you to join with our community by grace as we seek to love the Lord Jesus and make Him known. Whether single or married, young or old, student or professional, from here or abroad, Presbyterian or not, come and discover with us the incredible liberating power of the grace of God made known in Jesus Christ. We look forward to welcoming you personally, and may God bless you.
Divine grace is so radical that it reaches down and turns around our very desires. Our eyes are opened. Christ becomes beautiful. We come to him. And anyone— "whoever"—is welcome.
Come and welcome to Jesus.