What to Expect

Plain and simple, at RMLBC we want to help people grow closer to the Lord. To do this we study and preach the Bible. We pray together and sing songs that honor God.


In all that we do as a church we want the focus to be on the glory and goodness of God. Whether we are singing His praises, enjoying a meal together, or serving the poor, we want it all to be about Him and for Him.


Jesus Christ, the Son of the living God, has openly revealed the Father to us. He is the “Word” that “became flesh” (Jn. 1:14). The angels praised Him when He was born. He is the most important and most influential man who has ever lived. At RMLBC we long to magnify His name and proclaim His glory to the nations.

The Service

A typical worship service at RMLBC runs no longer than an hour and a half. During this time, we pray together, sing praises, take an offering, listen to the Word of God preached, and generally lift up the name of Jesus Christ together.

The music is blended. This means we attempt to worship God using the best music from the history of the church as well as the best modern worship music of our day. On Sunday mornings a praise band and choir leads our worship through music. On Sunday night we typically sing the great hymns of the church.

Nursery and Children’s Church

At RMLBC we take children seriously. We have many wonderful volunteers who are carefully screened and proven. These servant-minded people keep babies and toddlers in the nursery during the service.

Other leaders provide Children’s Church for ages 3-4. This age group  will be dismissed during the offering from “Big Church” to enjoy a lesson, more music, and prayer on a level they can appreciate and understand.

We ask parents of children 5 years and older to keep your children in the service. There is a cry room available in the foyer where the service can still be seen and heard.

Clothing Standards

People at RMLBC choose to wear many different styles of clothing. Some wear ties, others polo shirts. Ladies wear skirts, pants, and jeans. We have no official dress code, but a good rule of thumb is business casual.