RCC is committed to loving and serving our community as well as sharing our faith with others through Outreaches and Mission. Please visit our various Outreach programs. Together we build our community with the love of Jesus Christ.
Extend RCC appreciation and thanks to the firemen for their service in the community, by sharing breakfast with them and encouraging them with the service and love of Jesus Christ.
Time: 1st Saturday of every 3 months
Location: Upper Marlboro Fire Station
This is a special fellowship time where we share the Lord with the elderly in music, prayer, and the Word of God.
(2017 Dates: Every first Saturday of the month)
-Provide fresh flowers
-Give a short devotional
-Pray for the residents
Address: 13426 Overbrook, Bowie, MD 20715
What is PGCC Cares?
Paying for tuition, housing, transportation and other related expenses can be tremendously difficult and make the journey to obtaining a degree seem impossible. PGCC Cares is a campus and community-wide effort to respond to the critical needs of students. PGCC Cares mobilizes the college’s internal and external community to provide resources and solicit support to address critical needs.
How can PGCC Cares Help?
PGCC Cares is having a positive impact enabling students to realize their academic goals including course completion, graduation, transfer and entry into the workforce.
- Maintains an on-site food pantry/supply and clothes closet.
- Maintains emergency funds to address crisis situations.
- Collaborated internal and external referral services.
How Can I Support the PGCC Cares Fund?
- Donate to the PGCC Cares Fund through the Prince George’s Community College Foundation, Inc.
- Donate nonperishable food items
- Clean, gently-used clothing items, school supplies, and used textbooks
- Volunteer to help Drop Off Date/Time: TBA Let’s collect items that are listed on the “PGCC Cares Wish List” to provide students with resources and support to respond to critical needs
Extending the healing ministry of Christ through compassion, prayer for patients and their families, comforting and encouraging patients and their families at bedside. Provide free granola bars, water, and RCC church cards to patients and families. Visit and fellowship with patients and families in waiting rooms. And pray for patients and families.
Come join us to share the Love of Christ at 3001 Hospital Drive, Cheverly, MD 20785
We currently partner with both Prison Fellowship International and The Kairos Prison Ministry to share Christ love with the prisoners and their families thereby proclaiming and demonstrating the redemptive love and transforming power of Jesus Christ for all people… the love of God knows no boundary.
What We Do
Angel Tree Ministry:
Every person has a story, for 2.7 million children in the U.S., that story may be filled with the abandonment, loneliness and shame that come from having a mom and/or dad in prison. For many, it may also include following their parents down the same destructive road to incarceration. In partnership with Angel Tree (a program of Prison Fellowship International), we reach out to the children of prisoners and their families with the love of Christ. This unique program gives us an opportunity to share God’s love by helping to meet the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of the families of prisoners.
A parent’s imprisonment punishes their child. A little girl or boy simply needs a chance to find the truth and follow Jesus Christ. Through His redemptive love they can be healed and restored—to their parent and to a life of faith. That’s what Angel Tree is all about. Reconciling parents with their children and helping both to find true freedom through Jesus.
One on one women mentoring with a female inmate for in prison and aftercare at the Maryland Correctional Institution for Women in Jessup, MD. This involves writing the inmate and/or visiting them every month to encourage and mentor them with God’s word.
In Prison Ministry:
Bringing the word in Howard County Detention Center every fourth Sunday of every other Month.
How, then, can they call on the one they have not believed in? And how can they believe in the one of whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone preaching to them? 15 And how can anyone preach unless they are sent? As it is written: “How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news!
Romans 10: 14 – 15
Bible Study (Coming Soon):
Men and Women in prison struggle with feelings of despair and hopelessness. As they search for some sense of meaning and purpose for their lives, they wonder if anyone outside the walls of the prison knows or cares about their struggles.
We plan to be going into correctional facilities in partnership with Kairos Prison Ministry (as soon as the door of opportunity opens), to share the good news of Jesus Christ with those behind bars, and offering the hope of true transformation. We strongly believes that through the use of Bible-based teaching, lives will be changed (transformed), hope will be restored, and darkness will be replaced with the light. John 1:5 “The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.”