Events

Sunday Services at Parkland

Sunday, September 20 at 9:00 (FULL) & 10:30am at RVCC Parkland 
We're looking forward to these in-person services that are open to everyone.
Here's what you need to know if you choose to join us:
  • Registration is required and will begin September 1.
  • Space is limited to 80 people per service.
  • We will adhere strictly to the health and safety guidelines for all participants. This includes masks at all times while on the church property, physical distancing, and a shorter, no-contact service.
  • We won't be serving coffee, and we'd prefer that you not carry any in.
  • If you are in the high-risk category, we continue to encourage you to stay home and participate using RVCC Online.

Sunday Watch Parties

Sunday, September 27 at 9:00 & 10:30am at Both Locations
We’ll be together with in-person staff and hosting, communion and fellowship, and video worship and message.
Here's what you need to know if you choose to join us:
  • Registration is required (register below).
  • Space is limited to 80 people per service.
  • We will adhere strictly to the health and safety guidelines for all participants. This includes masks at all times while on the church property, physical distancing, and a shorter, no-contact service.
  • We won't be serving coffee, and we'd prefer that you not carry any in.
  • If you are in the high-risk category, we continue to encourage you to stay home and participate using RVCC Online.

Coffee & Corks
Virtual Auction/Fundraiser

Wednesday, September 30 at 6:00pm
The mission of Coffee & Corks: to give hope to homeless youth in Pierce County.
Youth on the streets battle depression, isolation, addiction, and trauma. Homelessness is commonly associated with adults. But in Pierce county hundreds of youth ages 13-25 years are living on the streets, couch surfing or living in temporary shelter. In August of 2019, the Coffee Oasis opened Serra House. Located in Tacoma, Washington, Serra House is the first emergency underage youth shelter in Pierce County. At Serra House, homeless and at-risk youth receive quality care and a continuum of services so that they are no longer merely surviving, but gradually, and with new hope, they are thriving.
This special virtual event raises funding to support Serra House and services for homeless and at-risk youth in Pierce County.