Our Covid-19 Response

Updated Information Below

Updates Service Information

Starting September 13, 2020

Sunday Morning Worship 1 (9:30 AM) 
To allow more space for Social Distancing during the services we have added back in our earlier service time on Sunday mornings.  

Sunday Morning Bible Study (9:45 am) (CANCELED AT THIS TIME TO GIVE TIME FOR 9:30 AM SERVICE)
Bible studies for adults, children and youth starting back the first Sunday of June. Unlike the services, these classes will not be streamed online. If you have questions about a specific class, you can email me or give me a call.

Sunday Morning Worship 2  (11:00 AM)
The worship services are structured very much the same, but the greeting time will not involve people leaving their place to greet other members of the church family. We will not have a children’s message in the service but we will go over the memory verse during the children’s message time. After we go over the memory verse, children will be dismissed for children’s church. There will also be no invitation time at the end of the message. We very much want you to respond to what God is saying to you through the message, so please feel free to contact me if you need prayer, counsel or need to make a decision for the Lord. I will also be at the back of the sanctuary after service but will not be shaking hands. The entire service will be live streamed here: www.facebook.com/hill.jackie/live

Wednesday Dinner & Bible Study
6:00 PM Dinner
6:45 PM Worship & Prayer
7:00 PM Bible Study Groups

Wednesday Night Groups (7 – 8:00 pm)
All our groups (men, women, youth, kids (Awana), young adults & transformation) are meeting. We are also providing childcare. If you have questions about any of the groups, again, just call, text or email Pastor Jackie.


To view our current announcements and upcoming activities click on the file below. 


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  • Luther's Letter: "Whether One May Flee a Deadly Plague"
Even though this letter was written almost 500 years ago, it is particularly relevant today. It has been translated into English and can be found here: www.rosevillebaptist.blogspot.com

Weekly Giving Updates

Average Weekly Giving: $2,987.00

Weekly Budget Needs: $3,539.23

Want to give online? Click here.

Letter from Pastor Jackie

Peace and Blessings to you!

I am writing you to bring you up to date on our plans for the fall & winter. Our biggest concern in all of this is you. We love you and want to effectively minister to you and your family. It has been a bit challenging trying to follow all the CDC guidelines regarding COVID-19, but we are doing our best to comply so that we can keep you safe. We have consulted the information gathered from our surveys and we have spent some significant time considering the latest changes and updates from our Governor. As a result, these are the safety procedures we have in place for the summer.
We will:
  • Provide hand sanitizer (sanitizing stations are on back order) 
  • Sanitize all surfaces before and after services and programs
  • Limit the sanctuary to 50% capacity by roping off half of the rows/chairs
  • Require hand sanitizing/washing prior to entering or leaving classrooms
We will not:
  • Use paper bulletins or handouts
  • Pass offering plates
  • Shake hands
  • Provide coffee, snacks or other refreshments
  • Have the Chicago or Lamoni mission trips this summer
Our programming over the summer will be somewhat different than you are used to. Much of our small group and classroom ministries were canceled for the Spring. We are starting them back this summer as well and there will be programming for all ages. This is our summer programming schedule with modifications explained. 
Prayer: We believe there is no better thing we can do than pray. We are asking our church family to pray for God to deliver us from this pandemic. Pray for the leaders of this nation, pray for the sick, pray for the isolated, pray for the church…pray, pray, pray!

We have a new e-mail address, [email protected] where you can send your prayer requests and ask for prayer. If you want the prayer request to remain private, make sure to indicate that in the email. All other prayer requests will be forwarded to our prayer team, our Pastors and our Deacons.

Weekly Memory Verse

Luke 9:23 [NIV]

Then he said to them all: "Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross daily and follow me..."