Ministries at Rocky Hill
At Rocky Hill Baptist Church, we believe that children are a blessing from God. We seek to nurture and care for each child who comes through our doors in a way that brings God glory. Our main goal is to teach them the truths of Scripture. We also enjoy helping children learn and encourage them to have fun. Our various programs include gospel-centered teaching, Scripture memory, music, crafts, activities, and games. Our hope is to faithfully pass on what God has given us in His word, and that through gospel-centered teaching, these children might come to faith in our Lord Jesus Christ.
Below is a list of our regular weekly Children’s activities we offer at Rocky Hill Baptist Church.
We also plan special events throughout the year.
Sunday Morning and Wednesday Night
Birth-2 year olds
Children's Sunday School
Sundays at 9:00am
Wednesdays from 6:30pm-7:30pm
The RHBC Youth Ministry exists to establish the Mission and Vision of RHBC by equipping youth and parents with the Word. We gather together Wednesday nights from 6:15pm – 7:45pm.
In addition to regularly scheduled meetings, we gather together each month for a special game or ministry activity. In all that we do, our goal is to fulfill one of the five functions of the church: Evangelism, Discipleship, Worship, Fellowship, and Ministry.
Please check out our church calendar for all upcoming events.
We believe the Great Commission is an imperative command from our Lord Jesus Christ. The Church’s biblical mandate is to make disciples. This requires sharing the gospel outside the walls of the church. The Bible gives a clear model for missions ministry in the first chapter of the book of Acts 1:5. Jesus said, “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come on you, and you will be My witnesses in Jerusalem, in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”
Our Jerusalem is right here in Knoxville. We want to reach the lost in the Rocky Hill and Knoxville area first and foremost. The place to start reaching the lost is in our own community. Second, we actively want to seek opportunities in our Judea. Our Judea is the state of Tennessee. There are great needs in our own state. Next, we want to meet the needs in our Samaria. There are many regions in North America that are considered unreached with the gospel. It is our responsibility to go to these people and share the good news. Finally we want to reach the “ends of the earth”. The Bible tells us that every tribe and tongue will one day be worshiping our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. For us to share the gospel we must go to them. We have opportunities to be involved in missions both locally and abroad.