RRPC will continue with online services until future notice. Click here for more details.
During the time we cannot worship in person we are worshipping via video. Just hit the play button in the center picture below (with the white triangle). It is our hope you will sense God’s nearness and the community that is our church family. The newest video will be available each week. #AllTogetherNM #StayHomeSaveLives
|Additional COVID Information here|
|and view prior Worship Services here|
Presbyterian Health Services Free Healthy Meal Program for Children Ages 1-18
There are free meals twice a day, Monday-Friday, at Presbyterian and Presbyterian Kaseman Hospitals in Albuquerque, and Rust Hospital in Rio Rancho. To find out about any changes in this program or details of each location, or to see a list of other regional hospitals participating, click here.
At Rust Hospital, hours are 8-10 am and 11-2 pm. Drive to the back of the hospital (south side) near the loading dock (follow signs from the front that say ‘deliveries’).
If you know any families with children, please make sure they see this information.
Rio Rancho Presbyterian Church is a welcoming, inclusive Christian community of faith celebrating God’s love through worship, caring, learning, fellowship, and mission. Our usual in-person method of receiving donations has been disrupted because of the stay-at-home mandate. However, our mission and ministries continue unabated. Please consider making your donations here or mailing a check to Office Manager, 1004 24th Street SE, Rio Rancho, NM 87124. Thank you.
RRPC is a vital congregation of 255 members and growing. Our church includes multi-generational families, couples and singles. We are blessed to have the leadership and participation of many of our 1986 Charter Members. All people are welcome and invited to fully participate in the life and ministry of our church.
During COVID-19 stay-at-home, our worship is online. Scroll up to the top of this page to view the video.
During normal operations, our worship is a blend of both traditional and contemporary styles in our music, prayers, and responses. The order of our worship follows the Presbyterian Book of Common Worship and the Directory of Worship portion of the PC(USA) Constitution. However, we also use various additional worship forms and music from all over the world. Preaching and the sacraments are central to Presbyterian worship and to RRPC as well. Our pastor preaches Biblically-based sermons which speak to our everyday discipleship in the world.
Wherever you are on your faith journey, you are welcome here. – Pastor Kathy