Fellowship is a key component in our name and our ministries, as we strive to build strong relationships with all in our community through social events, service and other activities. We hope you will join us for worship services, an upcoming event, or for one of our regular group gatherings. For more information about our programs and how you can get involved, call the church office at (707) 863-0581 or complete the form on the Contact page and we'll get in touch with you soon.
Youth Group enjoys fun, food and fellowship most Wednesdays 5:30-7:00 for Middle School and High School age youth. Light dinner provided. The youth group has enjoyed recent family fun outings such as going ice skating, the movies and Jump Highway. Contact the church office for information or contact Reverend Joanne Martindale, or Youth Pastor Meghan Ford at 707-864-863-0581.
Woman’s Book Club
The Woman’s Book Club is open to all in our community—no need to be a church member. Our group generally meets once a month in a member’s home to discuss a book and enjoy refreshments. Check our Events page for the current title and information on meeting dates and time.
Men's Breakfast Club
The men's breakfast is an informal "Breakfast Club" that meets every Friday morning at 8:30 A.M. at the Denny's Restaurant in Fairfield, 1360 Holiday Lane. Our purpose is Christian Fellowship. Any and every man is invited and Denny's always provides us with separate checks. We always use SCRIP to pay our bill to support the SCRIP Program here at Rockville. The men often informally organize in order to do construction and maintenance projects around the church on a voluntary basis.
Pedal for Protein
Pedal for Protein is a ride for a good cause! Registered cyclists raise funds for food pantries to provide quality protein-rich foods for families, children and seniors across Northern California. Each year, many members of Rockville Presbyterian Fellowship team up with other Presbytery of the Redwoods congregations for this event featuring six-day and one-day bike ride options. All donations feed the hungry and support food justice programs.
To register or donate visit www.imathlete.com/events/PedalforProtein
The Pioneer Club
In late 1988, a group of more mature adults that attended church services in the Old Stone Chapel at Rockville Cemetery decided to form a social group to facilitate becoming better acquainted. This group decided to call themselves The Pioneer Club because pioneers had been the original settlers of Suisun Valley and starting a new church was a pioneering effort!
The Pioneer Club welcomes all to come and join. We have no officers and no dues; no one will call you and you will not need to call anyone. All you need do is come to the church at noon on the second Thursday of every month for a potluck and fellowship.
Secret Prayer Partners
Rockville women enjoy a special relationship through a program called a Secret Prayer Partner. Each year around Valentine’s Day new names are drawn for a year of praying and remembering each other. For an entire year we remember our Secret Prayer Partners through birthday cards, anniversaries and prayer.
At a Secret Prayer Partner reveal party in February, it is exciting to hear who was able to figure out who was praying for them. Organizer Pam Nelson’s favorite part of the job is delivering gifts for you and keeping the secret!
Consider joining the Secret Praying Partners in February to participate next year. Best committee ever. No meetings and a party once a year.