July 17th, 2020

A message from Patrick Kelley:

As you know, we’ve been reevaluating our plan on a month-to-month basis, and we had hoped we would be coming back to campus at the beginning of August. Unfortunately, that won’t be the case. Click below to watch Patrick’s full update.

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May 27th, 2020

A message from Patrick Kelley:

We know a lot of you are asking the question, “When are going to get together as a church?” And while we are eager to be together too, we will continue online services through the month of June. Click the video below to watch Patrick’s full update.

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May 1st, 2020

A message from Patrick Kelley:

With Governor Abbott opening up the state of Texas this week, a lot of people are asking when we are going to get together as a church. We are making plans to do so, but we are not ready to open up just yet. We want to keep everybody safe, especially our children and those that are at risk. We will continue online services through the month of May and continue to evaluate the situation as our city opens up. Be patient and be looking for opportunities for smaller groups of people to get together on our campuses possibly in the beginning of June. We will continue to keep you updated online, by email, and through social media.

March 20th, 2020

A letter from Executive Pastor Dean King:

Dear Church Family,

I hope you enjoyed last week’s online service. We are continuing to follow the lead of public health officials and are suspending all in-person gatherings through the end of the month. Last week’s online service had over 12,000 views, which is more than double our normal weekend attendance of about 6,000! 

Patrick made it back safely from Cuba and will be sharing a helpful message this weekend on Finding the good in it all. Join us as we gather online for church at home this Sunday. We will be broadcasting from our Missouri City campus. We are adding some chat and interactive features this weekend to better connect with you.

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We are also rolling out a new initiative called Love Your Neighbor in an effort to care for the RPC|WE family and community during this challenging time. This initiative will offer options for both people who need help and people who want to help. 

Find out more

As I mentioned last week, our offices will remain open during normal business hours, and we are here to help. Our main phone is 281-277-6767. For prayer, email prayer@westend.me. For a pastor on call—text or call 832-767-9600.

Feel free to email me as well. We will continue to keep you updated online, by email, and through social media.

Yours,

Dean King
Executive Pastor

March 16th, 2020

All groups & campus events have been postponed in accordance to the updated COVID-19 guidelines issued by the White House and our local authorities..

March 13th, 2020

A letter from Executive Pastor Dean King:

Dear Church Family,

Following the lead of our local public health officials, we are canceling weekend in-person services at all three of our locations. We encourage you to watch online at riverpointe.tv with your family this weekend as Patrick will share a timely message on anxiety and fear during these current days of uncertainty. We will provide an update each week regarding our weekend services.

We have also made the decision to cancel our on-campus groups and classes next week on all campuses. We are following the lead of the Fort Bend County Health Department and the Harris County Public Health Department.

Harris County Public Guidance
Fort Bend County Community Guidance

Our offices will remain open during normal business hours, and we are here to help. Our main phone is 281-277-6767. For prayer, email prayer@rpc.me. For a pastor on call—text or call 832-767-9600.

Feel free to email me as well at deank@rpc.me. We will continue to keep you updated online, by email, and through social media.

Let us continue to pray for those at risk, in the medical profession and decision making positions, and may God grow our faith in Him during this season.

Yours,

Dean King
Executive Pastor