Let us think of ways to motivate one another to acts of love and good works. And let us not neglect our meeting together, as some people do, but encourage one another, especially now that the day of his return is drawing near.
Life is meant to be done in circles
Every week we see a lot of people join us that call Rise City Church their home. At the root of everything we do, our hope is that people will grow closer to Jesus. Here at Rise City we believe that life was meant to be done in circles, not rows. If you look at the life of Jesus, you will quickly see how much time he invested in relationships and growing close with other people. Find out how you can get connected by serving and joining a Life Group at Rise City Church.
“People coming together as a community can make things happen.”
Your gifts and talents can make a difference in the life of the church and we would love to serve alongside you. At Rise City Church, we want to share the love of Jesus with every person that walks through our doors and we can’t do that without your help. Not only does God use members of our Rise Teams to shape impact the people of Rise City, but He also shapes and impacts the people on our Rise Teams because of their serving! Click the button below to take the first step in joining a Rise Team.
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Life Groups are our way of connecting people with each other outside of Sunday mornings. They are small groups made up of 8-16 people that meet together weekly to share, study, and support each other. Our new Life Group quarter will launch the week of January 21st!Join a Group
Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit… – Jesus (Matthew 28:19)
Baptism is an outward testimony of the work Jesus has done in a Christian’s life. When someone is baptized, we are given a picture of our union with Jesus in His death and resurrection (Romans 6:3-4). Baptism is a beautiful gift from God and the New Testament is incredibly clear that baptism is an act of obedience and a privilege for all of Jesus’ disciples (Acts 2:38).