In what year was your church built?
Ripon Community Church (RCC) began organizing services in 2001
What faith is it used for?
RCC is a non-denominational Christian Church.
How many members do you have?
In 2020, the RCC had an average weekly attendance of over 600 people.
Who is the head of the church?
The senior pastor and founder of the Ripon Community Church is Mike Holba.
RCC exists to help people take the next step in developing their relationship with God.
Can you describe the volunteer work of your church?
RCC founded the Ripon Community Food Pantry and Thrift Store, now known as Traded Treasures (now its own 501c3).
In addition to the thrift store, RCC has done missions and volunteer work as close to our backyard (all over Ripon), as far as Honduras and India, and many places in between.
When are your next fundraisers?
The RCC does not organize fundraising.
What worship services do you offer?
The RCC offers in-person services at 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. on Sundays. You can register for a place in the service at www.riponchurch.com.
Online worship is also provided live at 9 a.m. on Sunday and with an always-on service called RCC @ Home, both available at rccsunday.com.
When do you organize a Bible study?
You can find weekly Bible studies that match the weekend sermon called Live It! at www.riponchurch.com. During COVID, we encourage people to use it as a personal Bible study or with close friends and family.
155 State Street
Ripon, WI 54971