Do you have questions? We want to provide answers!

When are your Sunday morning worship times?
We have three identical worship gatherings every Sunday morning at 9:00, 10:15, and 11:30 AM.
Where is RCC located?
We are located in Salem, NH, just off I-93, exit 2. Our ministry center is in the middle of an industrial warehouse building. When you get to 5 Industrial Way, you will want to pull around the building, to the back parking lot. You will see a sign for RCC and a handicap-accessible ramp. Feel free to enter through those doors or the door to the left of the ramp. You may park in any space available on a Sunday morning. During the week, please try to park near RCC, as there are other businesses surrounding us. Map & Directions
What denomination is RCC?
RCC is non-denominational, meaning that we do not have an over-arching group that we report to. We are an independent Christian Church. Our background and beliefs stem from the Restoration Movement — a movement started by Barton W. Stone and Thomas Campbell in the early 19th century. This movement is based on restoring the modern church to the ideals and practices of the first church (established in the Book of Acts).
What should I wear when I visit?
Casual describes what RCC is all about. Come in whatever is comfortable for you, as long as you come! Just keep it modest.
How long are your Sunday morning worship gatherings?
We know that your time is valuable, and we know that you have many other appointments, even on a Sunday. Therefore, we try to keep our Sunday morning worship gatherings right at or just under one hour in length. However, if you have to come late or leave early, that is completely fine! No matter what, we are glad you have joined us!
Am I welcome if I don't believe in God?
Absolutely! The church is not only for believers to come together, but it is also designed for those who do not believe. We urge you to bring your questions and ask them at appropriate times. As long as you are open to exploring your questions and wrestling with what you hear, do not let your doubts hinder you from attending.
What do I do with my kids?
On a Sunday morning, you are welcome to bring them into the worship gathering with you or you can check them into our KidzRock children’s ministry area. During all three worship gatherings, we have groups for birth through fourth grade. This is a secure check-in, so you do not have to worry about your children while you are away. We have Youth Group programs for students in grades 5-12. High School (9-12th grade) meets on Sunday evenings, and The Middle (5-8th grade) meets on Wednesday evenings, throughout the school year.
What do I do if I want to get baptized?
If you’ve come to trust Jesus as your personal Leader and Savior and have decided to be His follower, baptism is the next step in your spiritual journey. His apostles command us to “repent and be baptized” (Acts 2:38) and teach us that “all of you who have been baptized into Christ have been clothed with Christ” (Galatians 3:27). To read more about baptism, head to www.rccsalem.com/baptism.
What does RCC believe about...?
RCC believes the statement: “In essentials, unity. In non-essentials, liberty. In all things, love.” There are many areas where we do not have a hard and fast stance. For those areas we do, such as our beliefs about God, Jesus, mankind, sin, etc., please consult our beliefs page.