Skip Navigation
Contact Us



Present Happenings


RPC Women's Retreat


Please register and pay your $60 (non-refundable) deposit by February 18, 2020, to the church office. (Checks payable to RPC - women's retreat in memo)
Total cost $130: $35 installment due March 18, final $35 payment due April 18, 2020
Please note - The actual cost for each person is $182. The church covers $52 per woman. Cost covers 2 nights (shared with a roommate) at William Black Lodge and 4 meals. If you would like to donate more than the stated cost, your generosity would be appreciated.
Please contact Rev. Debby Plumstead Marshall for a registration fee scholarship if needed.
For additional information contact Retreat Co-chairs: Beth Armstrong: 992-7503 or Lillian Moneyhun 980-2057.

Click Here to Register



My Funny Valentine
Wednesday, February 19
5:45 p.m.


February Family Night Supper for all the church family & friends with special guests - senior citizens & grandparents!  
Cost:  $7/adults, $5/children (10 & under), ages 2 and under free.  
SENIOR ADULTS 70 and above - FREE! 
 Sponsored by RPC Youth 



5:45 p.m.  Meal  6:30 p.m. Study  
Calling all church family!!  Everyone is invited to come fellowship together as we enjoy a delicious meal and delve deep into the Word taken from the book, The Essential Jesus.    Childcare and children’s program provided.  Sign up in the fellowship folder or contact the church office.  Please specify if you will have a standing reservation for each week or if you will just have to let us know week to week.  These will be catered meals, so we need to have as accurate a count as possible.  Cost is $7/adults, $5/children, ages 2 & under free. 



         Announcements for Sunday, February 23, 2020


Welcome to Rock Presbyterian Church (ECO).  We are glad you are here.  Childcare is available for four years and younger in the Christian Education building.  Children’s worship bags are available for use during the service.  Shawls are available for anyone that needs one.  Please see an usher for assistance.  Please kindly silence all mobile devices.

Roland Snelling is assisting with worship today.  Roland is an elder in the Class of 2022 and co-chairs the Christian Education Ministry Team.

Today we welcome Gordon & Dorothy Gartrell, missionaries to Brazil, as they join us for each of our morning worship services.  Please be sure to extend a warm Rock welcome to them.  At 10:00 a.m. they will upstairs in the fellowship hall leading a Sunday school class.

YOUTH! YOUTH! YOUTH!  LUNCH OUT & MAGNOLIA MANOR WORSHIP TODAY!  Meet at church 12:15 p.m. for lunch out; worship at Magnolia Manor 2:00 p.m.  Pick up 2:30 p.m. from Magnolia Manor.  
SIGN UP this week for DISCIPLE NOW - March 13-14 and TWIG - July 12-16.

ROCK JAM is today 5:00 p.m.-6:30 p.m.  All children preschool - 5th grade are invited to come for fun activities and games, music, and a Bible lesson.  Helpers are Andy & Samantha Nelson and Allen & Emily Turner.

The GREENWOOD LENTEN PILGRIMAGE begins Wednesday at Greenwood ARP Church..  Worship begins at 12:30 p.m.  Lunch is served at 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m.  All welcome!

SPRING DINNER AND BIBLE STUDY begins this Wednesday, 5:45 p.m. - 7:00 p.m., and continues through April 1.  Delicious dinners and Bible studies from our daily readings from the life of Jesus.  Childcare & children’s program provided.  Our meals will be catered, so please indicate standing reservation or week to week when signing up.  Cost is $7/adult & $5/children 10 and under.  Sign up in the fellowship folder or by contacting the church office.  

LADIES, get away with the Lord and your RPC sisters at the 5th ANNUAL WOC RETREAT, April 24-26, 2020.  Rev. Deb Trimpe is our speaker and joins us from our ECO sister church, Alps Road Presbyterian, in Athens, Georgia.  Register on our website at and follow the link on the homepage.  Second deposit of $35 due March 18.  Scholarship available.  

RPC RAINFOREST EXPLORERS VBS IS COMING, June 22-25, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.  All children 5th grade and below are invited!  Volunteers needed for all ages and areas!  Contact Pam Fagan for more information or to volunteer!   

250th Historical Facts

Pastoral Visitation – 1842

“The subject of Pastoral visitation was taken up.  That regular Family visitation and catechismal instruction be performed by the Pastor and Elder at least  ______.  That the Thursday of each week be devoted to that purpose and that the congregation be divided into wards or parishes, and that the wards be assigned to each Elder.”  Session notes also included the name of five or six families assigned to each of the six elders active at Rock Church of that time. These visitations included the heads of families, the children and domestics – and included “reading the scriptures, singing, prayers and catechizing of the children.” -Session Book 1, 1823-1858




Weekly E-News

(Clink on the link above)



Rock Presbyterian Church (ECO)

2020 Bible Reading Plan

(Click on the above link to access our Bible Reading Plan)



ROCK OF AGES Rock of Ages enjoyed lunch and fellowship with 23 seniors. 
 Hope to see all of you and more for our March time together! 





 THEME:  THE SOLID ROCK Remembering the Past. Rejoicing in the Present. Flourishing in the Future. 

 Sunday, May 17, 2020 One Worship Service with Dinner on the Grounds 




Ask Chuck:  What Does the Bible Say About Financial Sins? 
Ask Chuck:  9 Steps to Transform Your Finances 


Palliative Care

The C.A.R.E. (Create a Renewed Energy) educational series was completed in April with 26 individuals attending. Those who attended were grateful for the opportunity to learn more about this ministry. The Palliative Care Ministry continues to be available to all Rock Presbyterian Covenant Partners who are or have loved ones facing serious illnesses. Through support, advocacy, and education, members of the team provide peace of mind by clarifying medical terminology, answering questions and offering important education via regularly scheduled conversations. If you or someone you know is experiencing difficult medical concerns and you would like to learn more about this unique ministry, contact Pastor Debby, Judy Lentz, or the church office.




Celebrating the Past. Rejoicing in the Present. Flourishing in the Future. 

 Sunday, May 17, 2020 One Worship Service with Dinner on the Grounds 



RPC "ONE CAN" MINISTRY begins again

Bring any food item and place it in the container located in the breezeway.

Thank You for support of this ministry to benefit the hungry of our community

One can, CAN make a difference!!!
Thank you for your continued support! You generously gave 122  pounds of food in January 2020 to support the Greenwood Food Bank and the residents of Greenwood County. 
Please continue to bring your items and place them in the bin located in the CE Building.


Upcoming Events