For the safety of our community and our church family, all in-person gathering at RRPC are suspended until further notice. We are worshiping together via Zoom at 11am CT Sunday mornings.
Please see the “Stay Connected” section to see how many of these ministries will continue in the interim.
Worship With Us
We believe in the importance of gathering together to worship God and celebrate what Jesus is doing in each of our lives. We would love to have you worship with us! Discover how you are sent, given and blessed!
9:00 a.m. Modern Service
Our Modern Worship Service is a spirit-filled opportunity to grow closer to Jesus Christ.
11:00 a.m. Traditional Service
Our Traditional Worship Service invites people into a conversation with God through meaningful music and liturgy
What to expectWe have no 'dress code'. Casual clothing is welcome. Our services typically last sixty minutes. Kids are encouraged in services and those through 2nd grade may attend Children's Church after the Children's Message. Nursery care is available too.
JOIN A CLASS
Join one of our classes on Sunday Mornings. We have options for all ages.
We have several different bible study options available. Weekly, monthly, morning or evening... We hope you find something that fits for you to continue on your faith journey along with others.
serve with us
Our Sunday services, ministries, and special events all have one thing in common: incredible people make them happen. There is always a place for you!
Serving at Round Rock Presbyterian:
Greeters - Welcome and greet visitors and members on Sunday mornings.
Lawn Rangers - Work in nature while helping to maintain the beautiful grounds we are blessed with at RRPC.
Audio/Visual Crew - Work 'behind the scenes' to make our worship services even more amazing.
Fellowship Team - Enjoy a good party? The fellowship team is all about making fun events happen.
Interested in serving elsewhere? Ask us about it! We'd love to help you find the best way for you to serve.
Walk to Emmaus
ABOUT THE WALK
The Walk to Emmaus experience begins with a 72-hour short course in Christianity, featuring talks by lay and clergy on the themes of God’s grace, disciplines of Christian discipleship, and what it means to be the church. The time is wrapped in prayer and meditation, special times of worship and daily celebration of Holy Communion. The Emmaus Walk typically begins Thursday evening and concludes Sunday evening. Men and women attend separate weekends.
Many members of Round Rock Presbyterian have attended a Walk to Emmaus and are active in the Emmaus community through the Diakonia-Eagles Wings group.