RockPointe Church cares about you.
We want you to also know God cares about you:
God sees you, God knows you, and God is with you.
There are several pathways at RPC where you can receive hope, care, and encouragement. We offer a wide variety of Bible Studies, coffee groups, support groups, one-on-one or small group discipleship opportunities, mentoring, prayer, corporate worship, and classes which are all available to you for connection and care.
Are you a ministry leader or has God used you to come alongside others who are in deep emotional pain?
If so, then the Lifeline to Hope training program was designed just for you!
This team is a group of people committed to praying over prayer requests submitted by the church body each week. Each person on the team receives a weekly email with a list of prayer requests to pray over. If you would like to be on the Prayer Team, please send an email to Colleen.
Prayer Partners are called to come forward at the pastor’s direction during the conclusion of the service to receive and pray for those in the congregation who come for prayer support. If you would like to be a prayer partner, please contact Colleen.
Submit Your Prayer Request
Please send us your request and it will be added to the weekly email that the church staff and prayer team pray over. The request will remain on the list for one month, but you can update it for a longer period of time.
Online Benevolence Application
Are you in need of assistance? RockPointe Church is here to help. Please fill out the form below so we can better know how to serve you.
RockPointe Church Deacons
Deacons assist pastors in community outreach by ministering the gospel outside the church, visiting the sick and homebound, recruiting and receiving new members and traveling on missionary trips. Within a congregation, deacons set examples of compassion and stewardship.