Come As You Are

You don’t have to dress up. You don’t have to be any particular age. We don’t care which candidate you voted for in the last election.

Round Rock Presbyterian Church is a community full of imperfect people who accept one another as children of God. This means anyone is welcome no matter where they are on their spiritual journey. Come as you are and join us! We would love to have you walk your spiritual journey with us.


Can I Receive Communion?

Yes! This is not our table. It is Christ’s communion table. Everyone is welcome at this table, and we share in this sign of God’s grace on the first Sunday of every month.


We have two different styles of worship on Sunday mornings at RRPC

The 9:00 a.m. Modern Worship Service is a spirit-filled opportunity to grow closer to Jesus Christ and features a live band.

Our 11:00 a.m. Traditional Worship Service invites people into a conversation with God through meaningful liturgy and music led by our choir.

What about my kids?

Round Rock Presbyterian is committed to caring for, loving and raising the next generation in the faith. Children are welcome in all of our worship services. After the Children’s Message in each service, children ages 4 through 2nd grade may choose to go to Children’s Church for the remainder of the service. At Children’s Church, children learn the stories and songs of the faith in an engaging way.


Our church values the children in our worshiping community. Throughout the year, children participate in our services in many ways, including reading scripture and taking up the offering. Other times they lead a processional or share a song. Even the sermons are preached in a way we hope is engaging for young minds.


On the first Sunday of each month, Children’s Church does not meet, so everyone in the family of God can gather around the table for communion.


Our trained staff is available in the Nursery during all services for children 3 and younger. The Nursery is located in the Fellowship Hall building.


The foyer area is available as a cry room to soothe a fussy baby or let a restless child roam. The service can be seen and heard from this area.