where a wooden cross and an empty tomb mean everything
We love the gospel of Jesus Christ. As a church it is our aim and goal to do all things in light of the love that God has for us through the gospel.
Doctrine and theology matter. As a church body we hold dearly to the doctrine and theology of the Scriptures. It is our conviction that our doctrine and theology guide us not only in our worship of God but also in how we are to live in light of who God is.
As the Lord Jesus Christ returned to his Father in Heaven he gave his people a mission to spread the message of his love. It is our desire to love those in our city of Madison and to the very ends of the earth.
As a church, we see the importance of living out our faith in community. One of the primary ways which we do community is in our small groups which we call “Villages”. Our Villages meet in homes all over the city on different days of the week. In our Villages is where we seek to encourage each other in the gospel, carry one another’s burdens, and live a life on mission.
As a church we have a heart for the many college students who call Madison home. Throughout the year we have different activities and outreaches geared toward students. It is our prayer that we can help students grow in the knowledge and love of Jesus Christ with the hope that they will extend this knowledge and love to others as they move from this place.
Because Jesus Christ calls children to himself we see our children’s ministry as one of the most important and central ministries of our church. It is our passion to not only help children learn about the things of God during children’s church but also to help assist parents/guardians as they teach their children throughout the week.
You Should Speak Clearly If You’re Talking About Something ImportantFebruary 9, 2016
Being a good small group attenderFebruary 3, 2016
Connect to RVCJanuary 18, 2016
Missions LabJanuary 14, 2016
Be Jealous for JesusFebruary 7, 2016
RVC Pillars: GoFebruary 2, 2016
Pillars: GrowJanuary 24, 2016
Pillars: ConnectJanuary 17, 2016
We would like to get to know you. You can email us, phone us, or visit us. Every Sunday, we meet at West High School (30 Ash Street), and if you don’t know where that is, check out our nifty map (just scroll down a bit).
Worship with us!
We would love to have you join us, 10:00am Sundays at West High School!