weekly bulletin

Discovery Class

January 23, 12PM-3:30PM
Take the next step toward becoming a partner in the mission of Riverview Church. Our Discovery Class will introduce you to our identity as a church, what we can expect from one another, and how you can partner with what God is doing in and through us.

Small Groups

Riverview is not a church with small groups but a church of small groups. The gathered church on Sunday mornings is essential, but small groups provide a crucial context for us to be the church by serving one another and building intentional relationships around God's Word. We are better together. Will you grow in the Lord with us? Find a small group today!


January 8-February 12
Registration opens Dec 5 for the winter session. Centershot is an outreach program that shares the Gospel of Jesus using the life-skill of archery. Centershot offers personal coaching in a safe and fun environment, trained archery instructors, all equipment needed, and is for children grades 3-12. Click here to register.

Featured Resource

Fault Lines: In this powerful book, Voddie Baucham, a preacher, professor, and cultural apologist, explains the sinister worldview behind the social justice movement and Critical Race Theory—revealing how it already has infiltrated some seminaries, leading to internal denominational conflict, canceled careers, and lost livelihoods. Like a fault line, it threatens American culture in general—and the evangelical church in particular.

Christmas Eve Service

December 24, 5:30PM
Jesus is the light of the world by which we truly see everything else. His light overcomes the darkness, brings us salvation, and shines through us into the world. So come join us on Christmas Eve for a candle-lit night of celebration of Jesus Christ!

Featured Resource

Christianity and Wokeness: As Strachan traces the origins of wokeness, lays out its premises, and follows them to their logical conclusions, the contrast of that false faith with the Word of God stands out unmistakably. This succinct but groundbreaking work reveals that wokeness, like other heresies, is not really new. Nor is the antidote: Christ crucified for us.