What is myRPC?
As an attendee at RockPointe Church you are welcome to use and become part of our online community. When you log in to myRPC, you can see your personal profile information, access your giving information, explore events you might be interested in, easily communicate with other members, and much more! In the fall, you will be able to access any bible study or small group as well as search for volunteer opportunities, all within myRPC.
Is my information private?
While our website is public, the myRPC database is private and password protected. Only those who have usernames and passwords approved by a RockPointe staff member to them can join in.
After your login request has been processed, you will be emailed your login information (usually within 24hours). If you choose to log in, you decide whether your profile will be ‘listed’ to other myRPC members or ‘unlisted’. Listed profiles can be found by other members, and you can adjust who can see what information in your profile from your privacy settings. Unlisted profiles are not seen by anyone beyond our staff and key leaders.
How do I use the online community?
The best way to see what myRPC is about is to visit the website, log in, and look around! If you decide you don’t want to be part of myRPC, you can request to be unlisted or simply discontinue using it.
What are the guidelines for use?
Please protect the privacy of fellow members! Violating any of these guidelines will result in blocked access. By becoming a myRPC member, you agree to rules of use including:
The Online Community is intended for personal and ministry use. It is not for solicitation of any kind. Do not use it for business purposes or for organizations, ministries etc. that are outside of the myRPC community.
Protect the privacy of members by not sharing information to others outside of myRPC. If you would like someone’s number and they are ‘unlisted’, please ask them directly. RockPointe Church cannot give out this information without prior consent. Our leaders handle private information with care.
Do not send emails that are not necessary and not requested, e.g., jokes, stories, petitions, etc. Use the Online Community with courtesy for personal and friendly communication. Even if it’s interesting, funny, or important, please do not send unsolicited information. Additionally, do not add members to email lists outside myRPC without prior consent.
Members who engage in discussions are not to disparage other groups, churches, or organizations, or attempt to solicit members from outside groups or organizations.