Roselands Community Church

WELCOME 

If you’re looking for a new church family or simply wanting to give church a go again, let us assure you of a warm welcome at Roselands Community Church.  We’re a small yet progressive Baptist church on the edge of Paignton.  If you can’t find what you’re looking for on our website drop us a line and we’ll do our best to answer any questions you might have.  

Sundays At RCC

Being a relatively young church we don’t own a building, we meeting in Roselands Primary School at 10.30am each Sunday, meaning we can utilize loads of space rather than being restricted by walls that suit a previous age. 

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Community Life

We aim to live together but not to exhaust ourselves with programmes and rotas. We have various groups meeting throughout the month to enhance our lives and to build us up.

 

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Time Out

Time Out is a coffee shop and more. It is our home on Roselands and where we can be found throughout the week. Our desire is to serve the community in real and practical ways.

You will find us there Monday – Friday 9.30am – 2.30pm

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Summer Sundays

They say a change is as good as a rest, so for six weeks we’ll be having a change on Sunday mornings.  Meeting at 10.30am in the school hall for about an hour we’ll have a range of gatherings, with each week being totally different.  From quizzes, to question and answer sessions, brunch and even songs old and new on one morning.

If you want to find out what’s planned for a particular morning during the school summer holidays take a look at the service sheet which is available online and you’ll be able to see what to expect when you arrive.

We will obviously have coffee and at least biscuits available each week, we don’t always manage to keep the supply of cakes going throughout the summer break!

What are people saying?

Real words from real people.
  • Being church happens 7 days a week. I believe we should have more meals than meetings. People think we just like eating but really it's the fellowship that takes place that we value!
  • I believe we are the church not that we go to church. I therefore love the fact that at Roselands everyone can participate in worship and that there's plenty of opportunities for us to meet together throughout each week.
  • I popped in to Roselands Community Church about 7 years ago. I had my little grand daughter with me. We were given cake and made to feel very welcome, we've been popping in every week since.

Want to find out more about us?

Want to find out more about us?

Where to find us

Come and join us on a Sunday morning from 10.30am