You're welcome to pay RCI a visit anytime.
We're always excited to receive visitors to our church.
Apostle George always jokes "According to George 1:1 - If you come once you will come again".
If you're coming around on a Sunday, be sure to time it so you're here for one of our services.
We have one at 8am and another immediately after at 10am. You may be anxious not knowing what to expect,
but rest assured you will be in good hands.
RCI also has a Sunday evening service at 5pm where we get together either for a regular evangelistic service.
You're free to join us and bring a friend along to introduce to Jesus.
International visitors are also very special to us. If you're from abroad and feel a little uncomfortable moving around in South Africa, give us a call and we'll pick you up from anywhere in town and take you straight back afterwards.
Expect a great time in the spirit. Here's what others have had to say.
We have two services on a Sunday morning, both two hours long.
One begins at 8am and the other at 10am.
We trust you will enjoy either one equally.
Everyone, including Apostles George and Ruth Ryland, dress casually for the services but everyone is free to dress formally if they prefer.
Once you have carefully navigated your way to our church our friendly parking attendants will guide you to a convenient parking area. When you enter the building our ushers will recommend a good place to sit during the service but you can choose seats that suit you and your family.
Praise and worship is usually exuberant and joyful at RCI so feel free to join in and worship the Lord with us. People are very important to God and they are also important to us so on Sunday mornings we dedicate time for birthdays. All those enjoying birthdays in that week are called to the front for us to celebrate with and to sing for them. You are free to also stand up and receive a blessing if it is your birthday in the week that you visit.
We receive tithes and offerings on Sunday mornings but we don't expect our guests to participate. So make your own decision in this regard. Apostle George Ryland holds the Word of God rightly divided in high regard so you can expect to receive a word based ... We generally close off the service by reaching out to the lost with an altar call.
Immediately after the service we invite all guests (that's you) to share a cup of tea with us in our lounge so we can get to know one another.