7:00pm (sanctuary)


9:00am (sanctuary)
10:30am (sanctuary)

9:00am & 10:30am


    RCC Family, 
    We are REUNITING!

    It has been over nine weeks since we stopped meeting corporately and moved to online-only services to ensure our safety and to comply with the stay at home order by the state of Florida. Now that the governing authorities have lifted the order we are ready to reunite for worship again! 

    We have prayerfully considered many options to allow us the opportunity to meet together again as a church family while providing a safe environment for everyone who walks through our doors. For answers to any questions stay tuned to this page, or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for updates as we transition to meeting in person once again. 


    Nathan Freeman
    Lead Pastor


    Is it safe for RCC to start meeting on campus?

    We have been in constant contact with our ministry partners and thoroughly researched local, state, and federal guidelines and we believe that by following the necessary precautions we can safely meet on campus.

    What is RCC’s plan?

    We will transition to five weekly services starting on Thursday, May 28 at 7:00pm. The timing and location of each service will ensure social distancing guidelines are adhered to and will provide as many opportunities as possible for our church family to stay connected. 

    When are RCC’s services?

    Starting on May 28 we will start meeting on campus with modifications to maintain appropriate social distancing. Our online service times will remain unchanged so we can continue to be a blessing to our church family tuning in from around the world!

    Thursday Evening (starting May 28th, 2020)
    7:00pm – Sanctuary

    Sunday Morning (Starting May 31st, 2020)
    9:00am – Sanctuary
    10:30am – Sanctuary

    9:00am & 10:30am

    How can I help  RCC follow safe practices?

    We are taking many precautions to ensure a safe environment for everyone, but we need your help. We ask that you:

    • Maintain at least six feet of distance from others as you enter and move around the building. 
    • Bring your own hand sanitizer, though we have some on campus. 
    • Wash or sanitize your hands before arriving and after any interaction with others. 
    • While not required, the surgeon general recommends wearing face coverings while out in public.

    Who should not attend in person?

    Anyone who has had any of the following symptoms during the week:

    • Fever
    • Cough or sore throat
    • Shortness of breath
    • Contact with anyone confirmed to have COVID-19 (in the past 14 days)
    • Immunocompromised individuals

    If for any reason you are not feeling well we ask that you worship with us online at

    Are there any modifications to seating on campus?

    The seating areas will be separated into groups that are spaced from each other, to allow for families to be seated together while distancing themselves from others. 

    How can I help?

    By completing the survey to the left so we know many people will be joining us on campus. This will help us ensure that the needs of our church family are met and allow us to better prepare for our time of worship together.

    Will we take communion together?

    RCC will have disposable containers available for communion during our on-campus services. For those attending services ONLINE we encourage you to have your unleavened bread and juice ready before service starts and then partake with us at the appropriate time during service.

    How do I give?

    Giving baskets will not be passed during service but several options for giving tithes and offerings are available.

    • Giving boxes in the sanctuary
    • Online at
    • Text an amount to 904-530-3331
    • Mail a check to 5900 US 17, Fleming Island, Florida, 32003

    Are there any changes to parking?

    Parking lot hosts will continue to welcome and guide people to an appropriate parking area. If you need assistance please let the parking lot host know.

    How will I be greeted when I arrive?

    Greeters will be wearing gloves and masks, will warmly welcome you and open doors for you. There will be no handshakes, fist bumps, or hugs. 

    Will entering and exiting be safe?

    Doors to the building are labeled with “enter” and “exit” signs to keep everyone moving in the same direction. Additionally, volunteers from the Usher and Connect Teams are available to answer any questions and help you find a seat.

    Will there be a nursery, childcare, or student ministry?

    RCC Kids is fully reopened with Birth-Fifth grade! Pre-register HERE. All services will be family-friendly and 6th-12th grade are encouraged to worship with their families either on campus or online. Our Kids Ministry leaders will continue hosting a pre-recorded virtual bible class at 9:00am on the RCC Kids Facebook Page. For more information please contact one of our staff members.

    Are people still being baptized?

    Absolutely!  If you have made the decision to make Jesus the Lord and Savior of your life we are ready to celebrate with you! Please fill out our virtual connect card at and someone will contact you soon.

    How do I know the facility is clean?

    In addition to our paid cleaning staff, we have added volunteers to clean before and after all services.  If you have any extra hand sanitizer, cleaning wipes, or Lysol sprays that you can donate, please bring them with you!

    Will the Cafe be open?

    The Cafe is temporarily closed until we are certain it is safe to reopen. Bottled water will continue to be available in the atrium.

    Why so much information?

    RCC loves you. RCC respects the fact that everyone has to make decisions they feel are best for themselves and their families. We want to provide as much information as possible so you can make an informed decision on whether or not to attend in person. If you are uncomfortable joining us on campus we encourage you to worship with us virtually at Please know that we have prayerfully and thoughtfully considered how and when to reopen and seek to ensure the safety and health of all individuals.