We are so glad you are interested in getting more involved at River House! Below are some ways you can find community and get plugged in. These steps are in no particular order.
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We really want to meet you! If you are planning on coming to a service for the first time, please visit our New Visitor Page for relevant information! We can’t wait to meet you at the Connect Booth!
Revival Groups are communities that meet two evenings a month with the goal of becoming a healthy family. The bi-monthly Revival Group gatherings are intentional spaces, led by anointed leaders, to facilitate intimacy, breakthrough, and a lot of joy! The hope is for amazing, Jesus-centered relationships to be fostered that spill over into the rest of your lives! We encourage you to join this revival and give yourself to helping create a healthy family that will transform our world!
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Journey to Wholeness: this is a three-day experiential training where you will be challenged and equipped to grow in relational health, with God and others, in a whole new way! This is a weekend marked by breakthrough, growth, and profound connection. Journey to Wholeness has played a vital role in forming the culture of River House as hundreds have now walked through this training and testified of God’s grace at work in and through it. If you are desiring to catalyze your walk with God, find tools to grow your relational capacity, and step into new levels of freedom, peace and joy- we invite you to attend an upcoming JTW intensive! The cost for this weekend intensive is $125.
Just like a family gathered together during dinner, we believe that everyone at River House has something to bring to the table. We are passionate about empowering our church family to exercise their spiritual gifts for the building up of the church. We would love to connect with you personally to help you determine how God is desiring to use YOU in this community! In order to ensure that our volunteers are familiar with the culture, DNA, and mission of River House, some of our teams require additional training for volunteers.
Prerequisite: Ecclesiology Class
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Christian baptism is a prophetic act in which a believer is immersed in water in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. It is an act of obedience symbolizing our spiritual union with Christ and our faith in a crucified, buried, and risen Savior. It signifies our death to sin, our burial of our old life, and the resurrection of walking in newness of life in Christ Jesus. It is the sign and seal of the covenant that God makes with his people, and it is oriented toward our participation in the eschatological family of God.
Baptism is also a testimony to our faith in Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior – it is a divinely given means for us to publicly declare our faith in Jesus and our intention to follow him on the road of discipleship
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We believe that Christians are called to embody the gospel message of incarnational love by cultivating lives centered on prayer, family, and mission, and we desire to live out this call as a church body. The Bible consistently describes Christians as a community of believers who demonstrate interconnectedness and deep love for one another. 1 Corinthians 12:12-31, for example, describes the church as the “Body of Christ”. Ephesians 2:19 calls Christians “members of the household of God”. As members of God’s household, we are called to come together in unity (Ps 133:1, Ephesians 4:3, John 17:23). At River House, we view membership as an outward covenant that demonstrates an inward commitment someone has already made to his or her church family. When a believer chooses to join a particular congregation, he or she testifies to a union that has happened in the heart. Membership is simply a public and a formalized sign of the inward, mutual commitment that we have made with each other and to the Lord. It is not necessary to become an official member in order to be part of the River House family or to thrive in this community, and there are many people who are actively involved in River House without being members. The question is not “What benefits do I receive by becoming a member?” but instead “What church has God called me to at this time?”. If the answer is River House, there are many joys that come from choosing to be a member. Members share in the rewards and responsibilities of this church family. We commit to one another and to the vision of the church, becoming stakeholders at River House and helping to build the culture of our community. As members, we join together as a team for God’s glory and our mutual benefit. If you are interested in becoming a member you can find out more information at Roots.
Prerequisite: Deep Waters