We would be delighted to have you visit our services. Churches today are different in so many
ways. Here are a few answers to some common questions you might have about our services.
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How should I dress?
We do not have a dress code for the services at RMBBC. You will find that our core leadership and most of our church family dress in traditional "Sunday" dress. What you won't find is a judgmental spirit; regardless of how you dress, we will do our very best to make you feel like you belong here.
Do you have a nursery and children's program during the services?
We provide a clean, healthy, and safe nursery during all services for children under 3 years of age.
During the Sunday morning service 3-year olds through 5th grade are welcome to join their peers for children's church. Children in this age group assemble with the adults in the sanctuary for the song service and are dismissed for childrens' church during the last congregational song.
On Wednesday night we have our Kid's4Truth club. It is for children 3 years old through the fifth grade.
Should I bring my Bible to church?
The Bible is an important part of every service we have. Being able to follow along in your Bible will make the preaching more enjoyable. We use the King James Version and, on occasion, we recite the text of the Bible in unison together. You may have another version of the Bible; if so, there will be some differences in the way your version reads as you follow along.
What style of music do you use?
Our music will be more traditional than most churches today. We sing hymns, not because we are bound by tradition, but because they were written to communicate great doctrinal truths about God. The special music provided by the members of our choir will be a variety of conservative styles, new and old.
Am I Expected to Participate in the Offering?
It is our privilege to freely preach the gospel to every creature. We want our guests to enjoy their time with us. While we do not use pressure techniques or fundraising schemes, it is impossible to preach the Bible without dealing with the issue of money and giving. From time to time we will teach and preach on Biblical principles of stewardship, managing finances, and giving. God's people need instruction from the Bible on managing finances as much as we need instruction from the Bible on prayer, marriage, parenting, relationships, ethics, and every other aspect of the Christian life.