Fellowship dinners begin again on Wednesday, September 15, with a twist. The parking lot will be set up as a dining area so we can gather around a table with others and eat using real plates and silverware. Fellowship Dinners will take place on September 15, 22, 29, and October 6. Roanoke City and County transmission rates will be used in determining if after October 6 we can move dinners indoors or we pause dinners until the Spring. The Fellowship Committee is looking for volunteers to help with set-up, serving, and/or clean-up. If you would like to be a part of the team that makes these events happen, or if you would like more information about what is involved, contact Nancy Favor at nmfavor@cox.net or 704-763-4166 (text or voicemail).

Registration is required by Noon on Tuesday the week of the event either using the online link or by calling the church office, 540-343-5541 x 111 and leave Anne Currin a message. There will NOT be a paper sign up sheet in the Gathering Area. Meals are a suggested donation of $7 for an individual 12 years and up, $5 for children ages 4-11, and free for 3 and younger, with is a max of $20 for a family.  Please bring the following:​

  • wear a mask

  • drinks for you and your group

  • donation in a sealed ENVELOPE with your name and # attending (*Note: there will be no change provided due to Covid precautions)

  • Groups/families must sit at least 6-feet apart

The Fellowship Committee will be wearing masks, gloves, and socially distancing to get the food into individual or family boxes. Plastic utensils and napkins will be provided. We ask that you place all trash in the provided garbage cans.


Menu for Wednesday, September 15:

Chicken Tacos, Red Rice, Black Beans, Cornbread, Jello/cupcakes, Mushroom Tacos

Menu for Wednesday, September 22:

Beef Stroganoff, Corn on the Cob, Veggie Casserole, Fresh Bread, Yummy Cake, Veggie Stroganoff

Menu for Wednesday, September 29:

Sweet n Savory Pork Loin, Roasted Broccoli, Scalloped Potatoes, Fresh Bread, Cookies, Squash Loin

Menu for Wednesday, October 6:

Spaghetti, Salad, Italian Green Beans, Fresh Garlic Bread, Pudding Surprise, Veggie Spaghetti

Parking Lot Picnics

This group of senior adults (55+ years old) gathers at the Roanoker Restaurant on the second Friday of each month at 12:30 PM for a time of fellowship and fun.

Second Friday Singles Luncheon - currently suspended

On the second Wednesday of each month, the RCPC Book Club meets in Room 102 off the chapel to discuss the book of the month, as well as selecting the next month's book. The book is listed in the monthly newsletter, The Raleigh Court Herald, and in the This Week @ RCPC  e-mail. Sometimes the books are spiritual or religious in nature, but often they are more recent publications that speak to the big issues of life.

Book Club

Each spring we participate in a co-ed Church Softball League as part of either Roanoke County Parks and Recreation or Salem Parks and Recreation. Practice begins in April, and the season is May-June. Games are played on weeknights anytime between 5:30 and 9:00 PM, must be at least 18 years old to play.


Several times each year, we as a church family go together to certain festivals or events. Activities sometimes include a Salem Red Sox baseball game or a Rail Yard Dawgs hockey game. Check the bulletin and This Week @ RCPC e-mail to learn more.

Congregational Outings

A few times each year we have lunch together as a congregation after worship. Sometimes these meals are provided for everyone, occasionally they are meals where you sign-up to attend ahead of time, and other times they are potluck. Check the church publications throughout the months to see when a Sunday lunch is upcoming.

Sunday Lunches

Starting in March 2019, we began a congregational retreat to Massanetta Springs Conference Center outside Harrisonburg, Virginia. This weekend gives us time away from the frantic pace of daily living and allows us to deepen our connection to God and one another. This is a ministry for the entire congregation that seeks to form relationships across the generations of the church.

Congregational Retreat

Book Club
Easter Egg Hunt