Personal Worship PlanFor the week of September 26-30:
2 Corinthians 5:11-21
Our Most Recent MessageLiving in the Rhythm of Grace Part 43
by Tom Hendrikse
weekend of September 17/18, 2016
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Message Series Archive: “Living in the Rhythm of Grace”
Messages from our series on Living in the Rhythm of Grace. Download the MP3s, listen online, or subscribe to the podcast here!
The Story of the Bible
From Alexandrian Forum and Rio Vista Community Church: “The Story of the Bible: A 6-Week Class on the Greatest Story Ever Told.” Taught by Dr. Warren Gage. Starts September 12th.
Return to Haiti, Nov. 1st-5th
We’re going back to Haiti in November to serve with our ministry partners Mission of Hope. Registration is open now through September 11th.
Rio added a 6PM Saturday worship service. We have all the information you need to know, right here!
Before you can enter our doors, you need to park your car. We have four available parking areas. Click here for our parking information page (including map).
2016 RioWomen Retreat
Registration is now closed for this event, we have reached capacity. Click here for information on the retreat, how to get on the waiting list, or online payment.
At our September meeting, we discussed Psalm 78:1-7 Tell His story. Living, Loving, and Learning at MOMS!
Financial Peace University is coming to Rio this fall! Master your finances and learn to live debt-free, generous lives.
For any wanting to become members of the church, or just learn more about us, registration is now open for the Fall 2016 Starting Point class.
Each time we hold a service it requires the coordinated efforts of a team of nearly 50 volunteers. If you’re interested in helping, this is where you begin.
History comes alive as Drs. Warren Gage and Tom Hendrikse lead a study tour to the Holy Land, Oct. 24th to Nov. 4th, 2016. Click here for details.
The class has concluded, but the audio for all three sessions, plus the handouts, is available online here at the class page.
If you’re interested in becoming a foster parent, supporting our Rio foster families, or volunteering at the children’s shelter, we have a resource page to get you started.
Missions is an important aspect of any church, but it’s also a generic term with a vast array of definitions. Here is how we define “missions” at Rio.
Click here to visit the RioHouse page and find out about our safe home for formerly homeless women and their children.
Resource materials from the “Reclaiming Your Health for the Kingdom” class given by Dr. Gianina Knoth at Rio on September 30th.
Click here for our collection of useful information and resources supporting marriages.