Our 9:30 am Sunday Worship Gatherings at our new building are open to everyone.
We strive to make Kids Creek an engaging environment where kids can learn about Jesus.
A great way to say hello is to come to one of our Sunday Worship Gatherings.
Riverwood really is living like Jesus and loving like Jesus. I absolutely love our church!
Riverwood has been a place of consistency for our family. I find myself excited to spend time with our children and it gives me an opportunity to share the love and faithfulness of God with our young people.
Loving people, sermons that aren't shallow, and an outward focus on the community make this an amazing church. We're proud to be a part of Riverwood!
We love being a part of a church family where Jesus is who it's all about. Where "to live like Jesus lived and love like Jesus loved" is the most important take away every Sunday. It doesn't get any clearer than that.
We've already seen in our "Building Lives" series from Exodus 35 some ideas of what to give. But did you know there is something you CAN'T give? Join us as we jump to chapter 35 of Exodus and consider what we should do and what to do with the one thing a person can't give.
As part of our Building Lives capital campaign, we've been studying Exodus 25 here on the blog. So far, we've seen WHO should give and WHAT to give. But it is important for us to know WHY we should give to this project.
What should a person give when they don't feel rich, or feel like they are being asked by too many people and places to donate? As Riverwood goes through this Building Lives campaign, you might be feeling the same as me. When you look at the bills coming in, and the exit of money from your bank, you might be thinking, "I don't have very much to give."