ADULT DISCIPLESHIP

Our discipleship ministries encourage and enable ongoing life transformation through Christ-centered fellowship and the study of God’s Word.

At the core of our discipleship efforts are small groups that meet regularly for Bible study, fellowship, prayer, and volunteer work. With a variety of options to choose from, we have a group for everyone who is ready to grow in his or her faith.

Our Minister of Discipleship, David Holcomb, publishes daily content to the Discipleship Ministries Facebook Page to help you grow in your faith.

 

Small Groups

A Small Group offers a safe place where 8-14 adults can know God better and love Him more through regular fellowship, Bible study, service, and prayer.

It is an environment where individuals are known, cared for, and encouraged in their relationship with God. Groups are ultimately about spiritual growth. We believe that a Christ-centered small group environment is a great place for individuals to build relationships with one another and grow in their faith together.


 


 


 

Leader's Dinner

Join in the fellowship of discipleship group leaders over a wonderful meal, then engage in an overview of the upcoming winter sermon series and small group study (including a somewhat different approach to curriculum and subject matter).  This will be an evening of connecting and equipping, while sharing in the appreciation of your faithfulness to making disciples. It is a privilege to lock arms with each of you. I look forward to our time together.

Young Adults

The Young Adult Ministry (YAM) is a ministry designed for those in their senior year of high school to their mid-twenties. For more information you can email Maddie Hazelbaker or Sam Walter.

Women's Connection

Featured Resource

Women's Connection Video

Our women’s connection provides opportunities for women to find spiritual encouragement and fellowship.

Womens Connection September 8


MOMs ROCC (Mothers of Many Seasons)

MOMs ROCC is a group of women with children and grandchildren of all ages (from preschool to college and beyond). We meet most Thursdays during the school year from 9:30-11:30 am in the Coffee Bar to have brunch and hear speakers on a variety of topics from marriage and parenting to faith and prayer. We would love to welcome you to our community of moms! Childcare is provided.


 

Painting Empty Bowls

ROCC Women's Ministry is sponsoring an opportunity to come together for fun and fellowship while we help Second Harvest Food Bank prepare for their annual "Empty Bowls" event in April 2019. We will be painting bowls - no need to be an artist! Stencils, paints, supplies and snacks will be provided. Grab a friend and stop by the Coffee Bar at ROCC between 10:00a and 2:00p on Saturday, January 26, 2019.


 

Women of the Word (WOW)

Join us from February 5 to March 19 for Lysa TerKeurst’s study, What Happens When Women Say Yes to God. We will learn practical ways to listen for God’s voice and surrender wholeheartedly to Him. We’ll meet in Classroom 2 Tuesdays from 9:30-11:am and 7-9pm. Childcare available for the morning session.


 

 

Dolls on Mission Workshop

Together we will sew dolls that are used around the world to share the message of the gospel. Supplies are provided, but please bring sewing tools (scissors, tape measure, etc.) and snack. This workshop is Saturday, February 2, 9am-noon in Classroom 2.

Financial Peace University

"We spend our time buying things we don't need, with money we don't have, trying to impress people we don't know; the definition of insanity" - Dave Ramsey.

 

Join us for Financial Peace University as we seek to better understand and manage personal or family finances using Dave Ramsey’s “Seven Baby Steps.” The class, facilitated by Garrett and Celeste Ball, will meet from 4:30-6pm in Classroom 2 Sundays, January 13-March 10, 2019.

Faith & Fitness

The mission of ROCC Faith & Fitness is one of discipleship and physical well-being. By providing fresh alternatives to exercise initiatives, while also maintaining a purposed objective of spiritual growth, ROCC Faith & Fitness enables participants to achieve both their health and faith objectives. With a priority of fellowship and encouragement, all are welcome. So come join us as we celebrate movement and seek a balanced perspective to fitness—it is all about a healthy heart!


New Membership Class

Our New Member Class is designed to let you know who we are and what we are about as a church. Our time together is designed to allow you to learn these things as you connect with other new members in a casual and friendly environment.

Our next membership class will be held Sundays, February 3, 10, 17 and 24, from 9:15 to 10:20am in Classroom 2. Childcare is provided.

Taste of Community

Ready to connect in small group community? Uncertain about small group community? Looking to reengage in small group community? If yes to any or all of these, then please make plans to join us at the annual Taste of Community dinner and overview on Wednesday evening, January 23, beginning at 6:15 PM.

The annual TOC event is always filled with great fellowship as you meet others, including current group leaders, learn what small groups mean to River Oaks, and have the opportunity, if you are ready, to signup for the group that best meets your preferences.

Childcare is provided and registration required (it's a real help to our meal count and childcare needs - thank you) for this informative session on the many BIG things that God has been doing in small group discipleship. We look forward to serving you then.

 

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