Adult Ministries

RPC is a place to grow and learn. There are many opportunities for spiritual and intellectual growth, as well as fellowship—as part of the mission of a number of organizations of the church.  Here's a quick look at some upcoming offerings:

Book Studies and Special Events

You are invited to join us for periodic book studies and/or special events which are usually held on weekday evenings.  For more information please contact John Miller

Women's Bible Study

The Women's Bible Study meets bi-weekly on Saturday mornings at 10:00 AM. We do not meet during July and August. (See the Monthly Calendar for exact days.) This is a terrific way to fellowship with one another -- hearing, analyzing and discussing the Word. If you have questions, please contact Cynthia DeSantis.

Men's Bible Group

The Men's Bible Group meets several Sunday evenings each month in the Library, from 8:00 to 9:15 p.m. (See the Monthly Calendar for exact days.) We bring a common desire to understand, grow and bring the wisdom of scripture into daily practice in our lives. It is good fun and very informal. If you'd like to receive an email reminder for the bible study, email to Dan Love.

Monday Morning Bible Discussion

The Monday Morning Bible Discussion group meets every Monday at 9:15 a.m.  (See the Monthly Calendar for exact days.) Anyone interested in exploring the Bible is welcome to join in this ongoing spirited discussion and fellowship. Contact: Dan Love.

Tuesday Afternoon Women's Discipleship Group

This group meets Tuesdays from 1:00-2:30pm.  Every 4-8 weeks we start a new book or topic, so newcomers are welcome at any time. It is a wonderful time of fellowship, prayer, education, and encouragement.  For further information, please contact Alicia Baldwin or Courtney Bennett.

The Third Thursday at Ten (3 T's)

The Third Thursday at Ten in the morning finds the church library filled with ideas, perspectives, and laughter. Each month an average of 20 members of RPC and other houses of worship meet to discuss numerous topics including adversity, expectations, memories of our younger days, our spiritual journeys, and other subjects of interest. There is an atmosphere of confidentiality, non-judgment, and encouragement during our time together.  Understanding another's point of view is an important "fringe benefit." For further information, contact: Jane Mickatavage (967-8622) or Nancy Steed (328-9658).  

The Women’s Association

The Women’s Association at Rye Presbyterian Church, first formed in 1872, continues to uphold its long, rich tradition of dedication to mission and giving, and to providing fellowship and support for all women in the congregation.  The Women’s Association sponsors a variety of events, such as luncheons, outings, presentations, and coffees, to which the women of the church are warmly invited to come together, learn from each other, and build lasting friendships.  For more information, or to get involved, please contact Women's Association CoordinatorTerry Ann Weil.