Care & Resources
We can all agree life is better with community. But how do you find it?
Let us help you get connected through the resources below.
Re | Engage
Re|Engage is our Marriage Enrichment program designed to transform you and your marriage into the gift that God meant it to be.
Journey through Grief
Journey through Grief is a 13 week program, focused on helping individuals learn how to understand their grief and move forward again.
Financial Peace University
FPU is a nine-lesson course that teaches you how to save for emergencies, pay off debt fast, spend wisely, and invest for your future. FPU teaches commonsense, biblical money principles that work.
Re:generation is a biblically-based discipleship program offering healing, recovery, and freedom from any type of struggle. Launching January 2024.
You are a Survivor whether you were just diagnosed 10 minutes ago or have been in remission for 10 years. This is a coed group for anyone that has had to deal with cancer. The group exists to support you regardless of where you are in your journey.
If you have lost a loved one, we would be honored to support you and help you plan a funeral or memorial service. Contact our care pastor for more info.
If you are considering going through the foster to adopt process, the Foster Care and Adoption Ministry can provide guidance, practical advice and prayer in your journey.
Congratulations on your big day. If you are in need of pastor to marry you, let us know by filling out this form. We will get back to you as soon as possible.
If you need prayer simply text rcprayer to 94-000 and you will be added to our Prayer Team’s Slack Channel where our vast team of prayer warriors will pray for you and your request.
If there is a need beyond one of the options listed above, please fill out this form and our team will reach out regarding how we can best assist you.
Right Now Media
A streaming library of more than 20,000 Bible study videos for you to grow stronger in your faith or equip you to lead your own bible study.
Join a Group
Groups are integral to all that we do at Rock Creek. They are a great way to meet new friends, grow in your relationship with God, and grow in community.
WHAT IS THE MEAL TRAIN MINISTRY ABOUT?
One of the practical ways we serve people is through providing dinner meals during difficult or challenging moments in their lives. This is a very tangible way to care for and serve those in our Friendship family. It can also serve as a powerful witness to the love of Christ to a friend or family member in need.
Generally, a Meal Train can cover several days or possibly a couple weeks for a person or family in need. We cannot guarantee how much will be provided; this will vary based on need and availability of volunteer providers. These meals may be home-cooked, purchased from a local restaurant, or even a restaurant delivery or gift card.
WHAT TYPE OF OCCASIONS WOULD CALL FOR A MEAL TRAIN?
There are any number of challenging moments that an individual or family may face where meals would help ease the burden. Here are a few examples:
- Bringing home a new baby
- Having a family member in the hospital
- Having a family member recovering at home from surgery or illness
- The death of a loved one
- A new family has just moved into the area
WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE MEALS?
Our Meal Train ministry is primarily meant to serve the Family Members and regular attenders of Rock Creek Church. We will, however, consider special requests made by Family Members or regular attenders for a friend or family member in need. Please understand that we may not be able to accommodate every request.
HOW DOES A MEAL TRAIN FUNCTION?
First, we have a team of wonderful folks who volunteer their own time and resources to be part of this team. Some are great cooks, some are great at buying gift cards, some are great at having restaurant meals delivered! Culinary ability is less important; what matters most is the love & care provided by those who represent Christ and the Friendship family.
Second, when someone requests a Meal Train (for themselves or others), we first determine if it is a legitimate need we can help meet. If so, the Meal Train is set up and details are distributed to our Meal Train team. Details include the days needed, food preferences or dislikes, allergies, family info and details (for care & prayer purposes), etc. At this point, Meal Train team members can sign up to provide meals on specific days until the schedule is filled.
WANT TO VOLUNTEER FOR A MEAL TRAIN?
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If you have a question that is not covered on this page, reach out to our CARE team, led by Pastor Brian Holt. We will do our best to get back to you as soon as possible.
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