Roseland Christian                               Reformed Church

Roseland Christian Reformed Church (RCRC) is the worshiping body born out of Roseland Christian Ministries. RCM partners with RCRC to carry out our shared goal of Proclaiming the Kingdom of God in Roseland, and putting his love on display through a variety of worship/study/service and youth programs.


Services are held at RCM (10858 S. Michigan Avenue Chicago, IL ).  

Sunday morning breakfast for Hungry/Homeless - 9:00 AM

Sunday School  - 10:00 AM

Sunday morning worship - 11 AM 

Wednesday evening Bible study - 5:30 PM


Youth Programming

P.O.W.E.R Night (Prepared. Optimistic. Wise. Energetic. Radicals) Tuesdays 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM


Check out power night at Roseland Christian Ministries where children ages 8-18 come out and receive empowerment through the word of God and different extracurricular activities.  We offer programs such as drama, arts & crafts, culinary arts, recording and sports. Power night is a fun filled time were kids can learn communication skills, conflict resolution, and be supported in their endeavors embarking into our program activities.



L.I.F.E (living in faith everyday) Thursdays 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM


L.I.F.E provides a more comfortable setting where teens 13-18 can come and process the gospel in a round table discussion. We discuss everyday topics adolescent and youth adults face in urban community, then we read the bible to see what God has to say about those things. If you would like your child to work out their faith with us, then have them join us Thursday nights.  They should come with questions and bibles.



Men of Honor - Fridays 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM


This night is dedicated to cultivating young boys 13-18 into men. We discuss the system of values for responsible manhood using the faith walk of Christ as a model. We examine the state of manhood in the low-income community and set a standard to live above the status quo of truant men in our neighborhood. We also acknowledge men who are present and active in the low-income societies. If others won’t stand up, then these youth plan to grow up and become the Men of Honor for tomorrow for their communities.  

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