Frequently Asked Questions

How can I get a ride to and from Sunday Service?

Please call Deacon John Mayfield at 734-626-5222 and leave a message.

I‘m handicapped. Can you pick me up for Sunday Service? 
It depends on your level of mobility. Please call Deacon John Mayfield at 734-626-5222 to discuss your situation *(leave a message).
What version of the Bible is used at RCBC?

The King James Version (KJV) of the bible is the preferred biblical text.

I am not Baptist. Can I visit your Church?

Absolutely, you are always welcome and encouraged to visit our church!

What programs do you have for my Children?
What are the requirements for receiving the Lords Supper?
Though receiving the Lord’s Supper is a symbolic act, it is nevertheless deeply meaningful. This ordinance is for Jesus’ followers (baptized believers) to participate in the celebratory meal. Their prayerful, introspective reflection demonstrates their desire for and commitment to a continuing lifestyle of deepening devotion, communion, unity, trust, obedience, gratitude and service
At RCBC we examine our conscience to make sure we are not living in a deliberate state of sin and we pray for forgiveness before receiving communion as explained in 1 Corinthians 20: 11-24
Please click on the above text link for a fuller understanding of the biblical basis for receiving communion.
 
Are donations to RCBC eligible for tax deductions?

Yes, a record of all donations is kept and given to all donors at the end of every calendar year. Online contributions are listed in your account for easy access. They go back 3 years and are very detailed.

I am in desperate need of prayer. Can you help?

We will pray for you. You can request prayer online using the prayer wall feature of our website. You can also contact the leaders of the prayer ministry and speak with the Pastor.

I believe God is calling me to preach his word. Do you offer any help or training in this area?

Pastor McBurrows offers training for those who are called to fulfill the Great Commission. Please speak to him in person.

Where can I go to get more information about RCBC?

After going over all the information on our website, why not give us a visit? You can visit our various bible study classes or just drop by on Wednesday evening (7:00 pm) and see how our youth department operates (feel free to bring your kids). You can also use the contact forms on this website to get in touch with the website administrator.