Whether a first time guest or a regular attender, you will receive a friendly and inviting welcome when you enter our building. We have two morning services. Our classic service begins at 8:30 am and features hymns as the primary musical expression of worship. Our second service that begins at 10:45 am utilizes more contemporary worship songs and choruses with a full worship band. Regardless of the style, our services have one purpose; connect with the heart of God in worship. Our Pastors' teaching is grounded in the Bible and intended to make the scriptures come alive and find application to everyday life. We believe it is honoring to speak a person's name, therefore, one of our customs is that everyone wear a name tag. This puts everyone at ease and helps our guests feel comfortable from their very first time with us.
Absolutely. Nursery and classes for kids are available during the 10:45 am service. These classes are designed to teach kids about their place in God's world. For more information, see the Kids Quest and Student Ministries tabs Under Connect at the top of this page.
Various opportunities for spiritual growth and community service happen each week. Some of these gatherings occur at church while many happen in homes throughout the community. To learn more check out the Connect tab at the top of this page.
Our students meet for fun and small groups at THE REFUGE: Sr. High on Tuesday nights and Jr. High on Wednesday nights. Our students also enjoy regularly scheduled special events including summer and winter camps, and community service projects. For up-to-date information visit the Student Ministries page.
This is one of our core values. We desire to be a church that is visible and connected with our community. We look for ways to serve the greater area of the River Valley. Presently, we have people volunteering time in our schools, our local governments, local charities and providing food for the hungry.
Arab American Learning Center - RMCC has been a longtime supporter of this important work among refugees from the Middle East. Raed Awabdeh along with his wife, Manar, and their incredible team provide these displaced, and often traumatized families with the help they so desperately need to settle into new lives in the United States. In reaching out to them in such vital ways they are given many opportunities to share with them the hope of the Gospel in Jesus.
Address: 1433 Fulton Ave # H, Sacramento, CA 95825 Phone: (916) 484-0175
Arabic Church in Sacramento - Arcade Church, 3927 Marconi Ave, Sacramento, CA 95821
Pastor Raed Awabdeh:firstname.lastname@example.org
Each summer since 2004 RMCC has been sending a team of High Schoolers and adults to this village outside of Ensenada to do building projects and kids ministries. Working along side the local pastor, we have shared the love of Jesus with soccer balls, puppets, paint, music, meals and lots of piggy back rides! Our 2016 trip was July 8-16 with a group of 32 who build Pastor Carlos a home so he and his family could move out of the basement of the church!
Co-chairs: Jay Harris and Tammy Rayfield
Paul Frank, Chris Bobo, Kenny Catchot, Karl Pearson, Ron Schaub, Keith Macomber, Jim Catchot and Ron Mitchell.