Our ministries reflect our mission to “reach up to God and to reach out to others.”

At RPC, there are many ways to both connect with God and each other through large group and small group activities for all ages, including Sunday School, fellowship groups, and outreach opportunities.

Presbyterian Women

An important part of the church life for many women in our congregation, our membership is open to all women who choose to participate or be supportive of Presbyterian Women of Ridglea (PWR) in any way.

Presbyterian Women of Ridglea (PWR) gives women of different ages and  backgrounds the opportunity to study, to serve, to support and be supported, and to fellowship together in large and small groups. Our membership is open to all women who choose to participate. New  members are always welcome.

Children & Youth

Sunday School

Sunday School is available for all ages, from Pre-K to high school on Sunday mornings at 9 a.m.

Nursery

Our professionally staffed nursery is open from 8:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. for children ages 0-3 years during our worship services and Sunday School. It is also available for other church events (reservations required).

Music

Cherub Choir

This group for 3 year old to 1st graders sings monthly.

Chancel Praise Band

This multi-generational ensemble includes singers and instrumentalists who lead our praise music at the beginning of the 10 a.m. worship service. 

Chancel Bells

This dedicated multi-generational group of musicians rings at the intermediate level and welcomes music readers and/or those who have strong forearms to join the fun! 

Chancel Choir

This multi-generational ensemble provides anthems and leads hymns during worship and special programs throughout the year.

Outreach

One of the essential elements of life at RPC is reaching out to vulnerable people in the community. Every month items are collected for various groups that help people in need such as Meals on Wheels, Ronald McDonald House, and WestAid Food Pantry. Each quarter church members will be given an opportunity to do a hands-on service project for an organization like Tarrant Area Food Bank.

Adult Education

Sunday School 9:00-9:45 AM

  • Eclectic Cafe’ – Study and discuss contemporary issues in light of the Gospel.
  • Berean Class – Study and discuss the Bible in this traditional Bible Study.
  • FISH Class – Welcomes all adults who have special needs and want a deeper knowledge of Jesus Christ and His Church. There is a great sense of love and companionship among the participants.

Other learning opportunities

Lunch Bunch – Meet on Thursday mornings at 11am to discuss topics and scriptures from Sunday sermons.

Men's Prayer Breakfast

Wednesdays at 8:00 am