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For video worship services during the COVID-19 pandemic, please see the "Sermons" page, our Facebook page or our YouTube channel.

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How may we serve you during this current crisis? Email your prayers or requests by clicking here: Prayers@rosedalegardens.org

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Connect

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Serve

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Inclusivity Statement:

At Rosedale Gardens Presbyterian Church we strive to be a Christ-like, faithful and inclusive church family.  We welcome the full participation of all people of any ability, age, gender, race, ethnicity or sexual orientation.  We commit ourselves to following Jesus by cultivating mission, inclusion and community.

News

Pub Theology at Home ~ April 14, 7 p.m.

Join Kellie, Kate and Sandy from the comfort of your own home for Pub Theology via Zoom on Tuesday, April 14 at 7 p.m.. All are welcome! Topic: How has the current crisis impacted your faith? Some Christians believe the pandemic is the work of God. What do the... Read More

RGPC Kids Holy Week Activities

RGPC Kids! Here are a variety of puzzles and activities to try during Holy Week. Families, please share these with your children and this simple explanation of Holy Week. Holy week is the week right before Easter Sunday. It begins with Palm Sunday and ends with... Read More

Prayer Request From Pastor Kate

Dear Rosedale Community ~ I am asking each of you to take a moment and STOP and say a prayer for all of our students – especially those students who were in the midst of a transitional year, like our 8th graders, our high school seniors, and our college seniors. They... Read More