Small Community Activities
Small community connecting activities are opportunities to connect through common interests, activities, age and season of life.
These activities bring people together to enjoy a common interest and build friendships. The intent is to encourage relationships by getting Rimrockers (and others) together to enjoy a common interest. It is a casual way to connect to the body of Christ through an activity you enjoy. A simple concept with wonderful impact on lives. These are opportunities to connect beyond bible studies and beyond church.
In the Fall and Winter Months we offer the following:
Men’s Racquetball - Thursdays 4-6 pm at the Swim Center.
The 30s More or Less Community: meet for occasional times of fellowship. This group can be found on Facebook, or contact Josh Nebelsick
Open Door: Sundays @ 10:30 am with additional socials with friends.
Hikers: Ladies Hikes on Thursdays and Rimrock Group Hikes (Summer). To get on the email list so you hear about the latest plans, send a note to
Men's Eternal Investments: coffee, bagels, and great teaching. Held on Wednesdays at 6:45 AM at the Exchange.
Prayer Shawl Ministry:
are lovingly handmade (knit, crochet or woven), prayed over as they are made, and given to be wrapped around those who need comfort, and sense Jesus’ loving arms. 1st Thurs each month @ the Downtown Campus. Led by Donna Wilkening
Click here to sign up for various Small Community Activities.
If you have a Small Community Activity of interest you want to invite others to, call the office at 605-342-5373 or Email
Head a little deeper into the Hills on single track trails and enjoy a little challenge along with the beauty of it all. Dates are listed, when rides are planned.
For more information, contact Terry Nordine at 391-7345 or Dale Besler at 390-3331.
Rides are planned during the Spring, Summer and Fall months. Once planned, dates and times will be listed.
Join in on the fun of decorating the church for various seasons and holidays. If you have a passion for bulletin boards, flower arrangements, displays, centerpieces, etc. contact the church.
The Open Door group enjoys socializing together through potlucks, game nights and lunches around the Hills. Many attend Bible studies together. Whatever they are doing, it is more fun doing it together- so please join in with them!