When you come to worship at Rose City Park Presbyterian Church, we hope that you feel a sense of community around you—a community that will lift you up, heal your spirit, and foster a sense of joy in your soul. Rose City Park has a newly remodeled sanctuary, skilled vocal and handbell choirs, and talented pastors giving the sermon each Sunday. During COVID-19 time, we have a Zoom space where all are welcome, via URL (web address) with video on or off, or by phone. Information about how to join us is here.
Our worship is based upon the liturgical practices of the Presbyterian Church (USA), the Book of Order, and our new hymnal, Glory to God. Services are traditional, but the message is contemporary to reflect current events and interests.
Remember that our sanctuary is ADA-accessible and we can provide hearing assistance upon request—you are truly welcome here!
We offer a nursery with experienced nursery attendants for infants through children 5 years of age from 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. each Sunday.
Our usual Sunday worship schedule is as follows:
10:00 a.m. – Worship Service
Covid WORSHIP & Fellowship take place live, in our Zoom space.
This is a traditional worship experience with hymns, our chancel choir, and a children’s sermon. Children worship with their families and often leave after the children’s sermon for Church School.
11:10 a.m. – Coffee Fellowship
Join our congregation after worship in the fellowship hall to share a cup of coffee, a cookie, and a little conversation. During Covid, we stay in Zoom after worship to visit with one another.
2:00 p.m. – Youth Group
September through May, youth leaders plan weekly activities for youth on a rotating schedule: card making, game day, an outing in the community, doughnut sales to support youth mission, and Bible study are among some of their past events. During COVID, we meet via Zoom.
8:45 and/or 11:20 a.m. – Adult Education
COVID meeting time is 11:30, in the same Zoom space as worship.
September through May, the Adult Education Committee provides opportunities for learning based upon the interests of our congregation.