At Rosemont we believe that solid teaching must be accompanied by a life in the body of Christ. We have numerous opportunities to interact with other believers on a regular basis.
Those of our church family who are Just Older Youth ( age 60 and above ) get together monthly for a meal, fellowship, games, and a challenge from God's Word. These meetings are a great way to encourage, enjoy, serve, and learn from others who are walking a similar path in life.
Each Friday morning men meet for open discussion and prayer before work.
Ladies' Book Study
As iron sharpens iron Rosemont ladies of all ages read theologically-rich, Christ-centered books, then get together every other week to discuss what they've read and to help each other apply the truth in their lives and families.
On a regular basis many of our men gather in the Fellowship Hall for a breakfast prepared by some of their own, which is always followed by a biblical lesson for male discipleship and a time of small-group prayer.
We still believe in using the Lord's Day for as much Bible-teaching as possible, and to that end we offer Sunday School classes with gifted teachers for ages 3-4, 5-6, 7-11, and teenagers, as well as two adult classes. Our children's classes use the Children Desiring God and Gospel Project curriculum to cover the gospel message in an age-appropriate and theologically-accurate format. Our adult teachers typically take an expository approach to teach books of the Bible.
We call the last Sunday of each month a Fellowship Sunday because we enjoy sweet fellowship with each other and with Christ at the Lord's Table in our morning worship service, then we share lunch and afternoon fellowship with one another around tables in homes or at restaurants.
Sunday night meetings ( other than the first and last of each month ) are dedicated to prayers of praise, thanksgiving, requests for our own needs, and intercession for others. Prayer lists are usually provided with names and minor details, but spontaneous, personal requests are welcomed as well.