The benevolence ministry is here to help meet the physical needs of our church family and the community. 

  • Help oversee the funding and application process for those needing financial assistance
  • Help provide and stock food for food boxes given to those in need
Barney Hoss

This ministry involves volunteers picking up bread from Dillons in Andover on a daily basis which is brought back to RHCC and distributed throughout the week to people in and outside the community of Rose Hill.

Here’s how you can help

  • Volunteer an hour or so in the morning to pick up bread.
Dave Martin

Jesus established the importance of the children’s ministry when He said to the disciples” Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the Kingdom of Heaven belongs to such as these.” Matthew 19:14

What is our goal? To provide safe quality programs and activities that will enable us to instill biblical principles and values into the lives of children attending RHCC.

Here’s how you can help:

  • Be willing to pray daily for this ministry and its participants
  • Volunteer to become a part of the team assisting or teaching children (careful screening and background checks apply)
Mark & Tami May

This ministry is the work of a few individuals that create messages and perform the work in changing the messages on a weekly basis. The messages placed on the church sign may be inspirational, witty, informative or an invitation but whatever, the sign is probably the one
ministry that is the most visible to the community.

Here’s how you can help:

  • Interested in being trained on how to operate the LED sign or interested in filling in then contact Melodie.
Melodie Marx

This ministry maintains a clothes closet for use as community benevolence for those in need. Church members coordinate clothing donations, makes sure they are clean and fit for use, organizes items by size and gender, and makes the closet available to those in need.

Here’s how you can help:

  • Donate worth-while items.
  • Volunteer to organize new donations of clothing.
Cheryl Meyers, Cathy Hoss

This ministry is responsible for making sure the Communion Elements are prepared every Sunday in time for the Worship Service and any special event where it is needed.

Here’s how you can help:

  • Fill in or be part of a communion prep rotation
  • Pray for everyone who takes of the Communion Elements.
Ron Thompson

This ministry maintains equipment, including mowers, and keeps records for equipment and property.

Here’s how you can help:

  • Volunteer to change oil (lawn mowers, trimmers, etc.)
  • Volunteer to sharpen blades
  • Mow, landscape, etc
  • Maintenance on Building
  • Do needed electrical work, carpentry work, plumbing, etc
Ron Thompson and our team of appointed deacons

The finance ministry is responsible for accurate accounting of all donations and spending. Weekly donations are counted and deposited for use by the various ministry areas. This service involves having more than one individual organize and count the money deposited in the donation baskets. A weekly report is provided to each of the ministry leaders, staff, deacons and elders. A similar report is prepared and presented at the monthly board meeting which is then  posted and available for viewing by the congregation. Budgets are updated for each of the ministry areas and reviewed on a monthly basis to ensure we are on track with the overall income and expense budgets.

Scott Robson

This ministry recruits and assigns members to greet people at the door and direct people (to classrooms, bathrooms, etc.) between services and classes.
Here’s how you can help:

  • Be willing to be a greeter that welcomes guests warmly.
  • Provide information, direction, and a welcome gift to guest and ask them to fill out a guest card.
  • Warmly welcome members as well.
John Avila

Each of us are an extension of the church, we need to provide an outstretched hand to others. We are committed to showing God’s love to others, working together as a team, building up the family of God, being there to show we care. This ministry offers many opportunities to
show hospitality.

Here’s how you can help:

  • Provide meals for the sick, for New Mothers.
  •  Help with funeral dinners, potluck, and special events.
Angela Allen, Trudi Mankins

The objective of Men’s Ministries is to disciple and equip the men of RHCC in their roles as men of God, whether married, single, older, younger. Men have been given the key role in the Body of Christ. All believing men of the church, from pastor to any believing man in the pew, have the responsibility to walk with Christ in obedience and grow in conformity to his image. We seek to do this through teaching, fellowship, and service; providing opportunity for fostering spiritual friendships and developing relationships, so that men can grow in conformity to Christ, specifically in their roles as men. Proverbs 27:17 says, “Iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.” The principle given here is that men need the encouragement, teaching, fellowship, and modeling of the Christian life from other men.

Here’s how you can help:

  • Help organize special events such as Men’s Retreat.
  • Host an event.
Johnnie Karr
MIME MINISTRY (Truth In Action)

This ministry involves 6th through 12 graders who strive to be a living testimony to the truth of God’s Word by presenting the Gospel to the lost, encouraging other believers, and faithfully serving God’s perfect will to His glory, through MIME ministry, personal integrity and purity.

Here’s how you can help:

  • Be willing to pray daily for this ministry
  • Join the MIME team committing to involvement in practices and performances
  • Be willing to donate a scholarship or semester fee for a MIME to participate.
  • Be willing to help us spread the good news by sharing contact info for new opportunities/places where we might be able to minister.
Kaelee Leonard

This ministry recommends mission work for support by this congregation and coordinates mission activities and communications.

Here’s how you can help:

  • Be willing to monetarily support the church involvement in such programs.
  • Be willing to pray daily for the missions we support.
  • Take steps to contact and encourage missions and missionaries supported by RHCC.
  • Help evaluate and make recommends to the elders of what missions RHCC should support.
Tom Monteith

The churches of Rose Hill take turns to minister to the residents of Fountain View Nursing Home. We sponsor May and November. We provide worship, a message, and communion every Sunday for that month at 4:30 pm.

Contact Cathy Hoss for information on how you can help.

Cathy Hoss

This ministry entails taking of pictures used on Facebook, our app, and the website.

Here’s how you can help:

  • Take and provide pictures of events and people as needed for use on electronic media
Buck Leonard

This ministry is responsible for orderly worship service including assignments, preparation and follow-up as well as coordinating the use of sound equipment.  The team coordinates with the preaching minister to provide a common theme through services.

Here’s how you can help:

  • If you have a gift to sing or play an instrument touch base with Ginger.
  •  If you are talented in the use of technology or interested in running sound/video equipment, contact Buck.
Ginger Robson, Buck Leonard

This ministry involves 4 to 5 people volunteering to serve food to a group of 150 to 190 men a couple of times a month. URM is located on North Hillside in Wichita. Dave Martin is in charge of Thursday nights and Ron Allen is in charge of Monday nights. We normally are there by 6:45 and are done serving by 8:15.

Here’s how you can help:

  • Volunteer to join the serving team.
  • Come to the rescue mission on one of the designated nights.
  • Serve food and be a good listening ear to people in need.
  • Be willing to share what you know about Jesus with anyone interested to hear it at the mission.
Ron Allen, Dave Martin

The purpose of the Website Ministry at Rose Hill Christian Church is to carry the Gospel of Jesus Christ to our visually-driven, ever-changing world through the use of technology and media, and to equip other ministries of the church to use as an outreach tool.

Here’s how you can help:

  • Assist in updating website.
  • Assist in design and upkeep of mobile app for members.
Les Miller, Gary Chadic, Leah Walton

This ministry periodically provides drama presentations that enhance the RHCC worship experience.   Both video and live presentations may be used.   Each year at the beginning of December the team joins with others in the church and community to put on the “Journey to Bethlehem” experience for the entire surrounding area.

Here’s how you can help:

  • Use your gift of acting to serve on the drama team.
  • Use your gift for video presentations.
  • Use your gift to improve on stage presentations.
Ginny Willey

This ministry encourages young adults currently including a Sunday School Class, but with room for other volunteers to host activities and ministries suited for this age group.

Here’s how you can help:

  • Be willing to pray daily for this ministry and its participants.
  • Dream and plan ways to reach this age group
  • Execute ministry and events designed to encourage and reach young adults
Josh May

This ministry coordinates all programs for the spiritual growth, encouragement, maturity, emotional well-being, and Godliness in preparation for handling the world that our Jr and Sr High students are living in..

Here’s how you can help:

  • Be willing to pray daily for this ministry and its participants.
  • Be willing to teach or mentor in this ministry (careful screening and background checks apply).
Keith Mankins