This Sunday
July 24, 2022


Paul’s Longing to Go to Rome
Romans 1:8-15


God is For Us
My Lighthouse
Amazing Grace
O Church Arise
Across The Lands


Check out our Spotify playlist, to listen the music that we play during our worship services.



Last Sunday


If you missed last week's sermon, or if you would like to revisit it.


Reflection Questions
To help you reflect on last week's sermon, and/or discuss it in community with others.





Vacation Bible School
July 22-23

Come join us on a camping adventure as we learn about how Jesus is the Light and why we should follow Him!  We will have exciting Bible stories, camp themed crafts and energetic games to play as we learn s'more about Jesus.  After the Friday session you and your family are invited to stay for homemade s'mores, and on Saturday come pick your child up and enjoy a complimentary outdoor picnic lunch with us!

Register here!


Men's Retreat
September 30 - October 1

Save the date!  The men of JRCC will be gathering together at the church building to fellowship, and to encourage and learn from one another.  We’ll have bible teaching, music, food, games, and time around a fire.  Please make plans to be there!  For more information (including how you can volunteer to serve), contact Pat Scully.


Women’s Retreat
November 4-5

Our retreat will start with a fun fondue night on Friday evening (6:30pm-8pm).   On Saturday (8:30am-3pm) we will learn about different women in the Bible, play games, do a craft, and eat delicious food.  Save the date!  This will be a great time of fellowship and great opportunity to get to know other women.


Sign up here if you would like to help prepare or clean up snacks after our corporate worship service.



Missionary Update


Eric Gambardella
Eric Gambardella works in college ministry with InterVarsity at CNU.  He recently said good-bye to the graduating class of 2022, and sent them out into the world to follow Christ and proclaim the gospel.  In May, he spent a week at camp training leaders, and teaching about how our identity is transformed through the gospel.  For the next year, he will be on an academic sabbatical, pursuing a Masters Degree from Reformed Theological Seminary.  Be in prayer for him and his family!

You can find his most recent update letter here.