Fall Community Groups

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Wednesday Evening Fellowship

Dinner cost:
$7 for Adults
$5 for children (ages 4-12th grade)
$28 Family Maximum

Salad will be available as part of each meal
No reservations necessary this year

Fall Meal Pass
Fall 2019 starts Aug 21 and runs through Dec 4
The Fall Meal Pass is 14 weeks
$98 for adult and $70 for children who eat at WEF

Annual Meal Pass
Aug 21 and runs through May 6 (break Dec 4 - Jan 8)
The Annual Meal Pass is 31 weeks. This is the only pass that offers a discount of $1 off each meal.
The price of the annual pass will be $186 for adults and $124 for children who eat at WEF.

Presbyterian Women

Presbyterian Women (PW) is an independent national organization within the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) of more than 300,000 women.

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PW is organized into small groups of women called “Circles” that typically meet once a month for Bible study, fellowship, mission work, and prayer. You don’t have to be a Circle member to attend a meeting! Guests and visitors are always welcome to attend our meetings. Can’t commit to making all of a Circle’s meetings? No problem! Simply come as you are able and participate when you can.

Adult Studies & Fellowship

Roswell Presbyterian is a place for you to be involved in Worship and Study on Sunday and weekdays.


Wit & Wisdom

Wit & Wisdom is a diverse group of members and friends over the age of 60+

Each month from September through May, the group offers a variety of day trips and other fun-filled events. Wit & Wisdom is a wonderful way to get acquainted with RPC members and to meet new friends. We hope you will join us for this year's busy calendar of events.

Music & Worship 


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Worship Ministries

Worship Arts Ministry (WAM), Communion Guild, Ushering, Audio/Visual Team

Music Ministry

The purpose of the Music Ministry at Roswell Presbyterian Church is to lead the church to worship through music and to provide the congregation with a meaningful worship and musical experience.

It is our goal

  • To glorify God through music.

  • To foster a personal growth in faith as Christian musicians.

  • To provide musical education for children, youth and adults, enabling them to serve the church and glorify God in worship.

  • To open our program to the whole church by providing a large variety of musical offerings. 

  • To commit to the music program of the church through dedication, hard work, and service.

You are invited to join us on a journey of faith, worship and praise. Together we can experience comfort, encouragement and communicate the eternal truth of God’s Word as we glorify our Lord through music. We welcome people who have a love of music and a willingness to commit to a vital and dedicated music program.

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Prayers & Squares

Roswell Presbyterian Church's Prayers and Squares, the prayer quilt ministry, offers a prayer quilt that has ribbons that are tied with knots as prayers are said for the recipient. Prayer Quilts are given to those who have physical, emotional, or spiritual needs for prayer. The purpose of the Prayer Quilt Ministry is not to make and distribute quilts, but to promote prayer through the use of quilts. The quilt is simply the prayer carrier.

Prayer quilts are given freely to anyone who stands in special need of prayer... the only requirements are the person agrees to receive a quilt and gives us their prayer requests.

Prayer Shawl Ministry

Volunteers meet weekly on Tuesday afternoons to knit or crochet shawls, blankets, and lap robes. Knitting and crocheting is mostly done in fellowship with other Roswell Presbyterian Church members, but individuals may bring finished items to the group. After a prayer by name, a prayer shawl is delivered to those recently sick or in surgery. Roswell Presbyterian Church members may request that one be delivered.

Staff Contact: Rev. Julie Ferguson
Contact: Carol Sears


Prayer Requests

Do you have a prayer request or would you like to know the concerns of your faith family?
On a daily basis, we email the Prayer Concerns of those wishing prayers for themselves or a loved one. This is a list of members in hospitals, rehabilitation, or at home. Births, deaths, and marriages are also listed. General prayer concerns and prayers for those experiencing employment transition, serving in the military, and in personal care settings are included as well.

If you would like to receive the Prayer Concerns List, please contact:
Esther Holiday | 770-649-4526 | esther@roswellpres.org


If you would like to submit a prayer request, please contact any of Roswell Presbyterian Church’s Pastoral Staff or you can make your request confidentially by completing the form below, or email directly prayerrequest@roswellpres.org.

Permission of the person to be prayed for is required.

For Pastoral Emergencies,
call 404-451-6482

Your Name *
Your Name
Name of the person to pray for
Name of the person to pray for
Prayer Request

Stephen Ministry

Need someone to talk to or pray with you? 
Every Sunday at Roswell Presbyterian Church, Stephen Ministers are available in the Welcome Center after the 8:15 and 9:45 a.m. worship services.

Lay Parish Visitors

Lay Parish Visitors (LPVs) are church members who make a monthly contact (visit, phone call, or card) with assigned persons who tend to be homebound or not otherwise able to fully participate in church activities. LPVs meet monthly for mutual support.

Staff Contact: Dr. Randy Jackson
Julie Hellman

Intercessory Prayer Ministry

Each Wednesday at 9:15 a.m. in the Roswell Presbyterian Church Library, members meet to pray for those who request prayers on the Intercessory Prayer Card in the pew racks. They also pray for those on the daily Prayer Concerns list. Anyone can request prayers confidentially via email at prayerrequest@roswellpres.org.

Staff Contact: Esther Holiday or Dr. Randy Jackson
Contact: Claudia Walker

Grief Support Group

Staff Contact: Esther Holiday, Dr. Randy Jackson, or Rev. Julie Ferguson

Stephen Ministry

Stephen Ministers provide quality, confidential, one-to-one ministry as trained, caring church members reaching out to others in a time of need. The caring relationship is always male-to-male and female-to-female for those in need age 18 and older. Stephen Ministers are trained to listen and provide support.


Need someone to talk to or pray with you? 
Every Sunday at Roswell Presbyterian Church, Stephen Ministers are available in the Welcome Center after the 8:15 and 9:45 a.m. worship services.

Congregational Care Ministries

Flower Power Ministry, Funeral Guild, Grief Support Group, Blood Pressure Checks, Food for the Soul, Military Ministry, RPC HandyTeam Helpers, and RPC Book Club

Children’s Ministry 


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Sunday Mornings

Sunday mornings for children are exciting at Roswell Presbyterian Church!

We offer Sunday School for children of every age. We also love to see children and parents fully engaging in worship together. We believe that the best way to help children grow in their faith is by growing in faith together.

OnCore & Wednesday Evenings

Building faith relationships is what onCore is all about!
We want kids to know that faith and fellowship doesn’t just happen on Sunday mornings!

onCore is Roswell Presbyterian Church's Wednesday Evening Fellowship program for children and families.
Children and adults gather for food, fellowship, Bible study, choir, and fun with their church family.

Parents Morning Out

Roswell Presbyterian Church's Parent Morning Out (PMO) provides a Christ-centered early education program for children of the community through play, music, stories, and social interaction with teachers and other children in a safe, dependable, structured, and loving environment

Cradle Care Ministry

Are you expecting a new addition to your family? Do you know someone who is?

Roswell Youth Experience



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Sunday Mornings with ryeX

Middle School

Each Sunday morning, we meet from 9:45 a.m.-.10:45.a.m. in the Garage (the name of our middle school room). During this time, we hang out, play games, worship, and hear a lesson. After the lesson, we break into what we call Talk Back Groups. These groups are divided by grade and gender, and during this time, we talk together about the lesson and figure out how we can apply it to our lives.

High School

Each Sunday morning we meet in the Loft (the High School room) from 9:45 a.m.-.10:45.a.m. During this time we hang out together, worship together through song, and we listen to a short talk. After the talk we break into Talk-back groups, separated by grade and gender, where we are guided by questions that help us to reflect upon and think about what it looks like to apply what we have learned to our everyday lives.


If you are ready to shift from just knowing “about” God, to seeing what's neXt; a first-hand, personal relationship with Him through Jesus Christ, join us! Whether you are married, single, in college, or just trying to figure it out, join us for food, group discussions, and so much more!

Small Group Bible Studies

Throughout the school year, ryeX students are invited to engage the Bible and one another in small group communities. This is a place to share life, to hear others, and to be heard. Groups study the Bible and spend time praying for each other.

Middle School small groups meet on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Students meet their leaders in the Garage of the Middle School suite at 6:30 p.m. and then move to small group rooms.

Most High School small groups also meet on Sundays, and others meet throughout the week at different times on/off the Roswell Presbyterian Church campus.

ryeX Resources

ryeX exists to walk with students, their families, and their friends on their journey of becoming disciples of Jesus Christ. We are a place of community where students are welcomed by each other and by adult leaders who are committed to walking with them and their families through life. At ryeX, we want to create space for students to experience a faith that is authentic, a place where we celebrate together, we ask hard questions together, we stand together through the tough times, we support each other, and we encourage each other in our faith.



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Confirmation is a vital component of the ryeX youth ministry. Students eighth grade and older have the opportunity to explore, question, and enrich their faith in a safe environment. This is their time to claim their faith as their own by professing Jesus as their Savior and Lord and then becoming members of the church. Students take a look at the fundamentals of the Christian faith as well as important aspects of being Presbyterian.

Mission Outreach


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Serve with our Mission Partners

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Neighborhood Action Ministry

LearnRPC’s Neighborhood Action Ministry in partnership with communities such as Aspen Pointe, Groveway Community, and Oaks at Holcomb Bridge, strives to build trusting relationships, advocates for equality and education, and empowers all to recognize and use their gifts to glorify God.More

Mission Outreach

Christ-centered outreach is rooted in the understanding that we are all broken, the materially and non-materially poor, and in need of being restored to relationship with God. From this mission perspective, we come alongside of at-risk people to affirm the gifts God has given and help empower them for what God has lovingly designed them to be. We are more about people than programs, development instead of dependence, and respectfully upholding the diversity of all people.

Mission Partners

Whether sitting on the rocky foundation of a soon-to-be church in the Yucatan, around a table making a budget work at HomeStretch the Roswell Presbyterian Church community is making difference in communities near and far.