Due to the current weather conditions we have cancelled services at __ Campus on Sunday.

We will be broadcasting a service online for you to enjoy as you stay safe at home.
We would encourage you to watch our Winter Worship Survival Guide Video here.

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Q&A about Richwoods:

Why are there multiple locations?

We desire to impact our community by being a part of it, and as we grow we still want to maintain our ‘small church’ feel. So instead of building a bigger and bigger building, we purposefully moved into your neighborhood!

What are the services like?

It really depends on the week. Sometimes the music is slow, sometimes it’s fast. It’s usually loud. The sermons are relevant and based on the scriptures. Come to one of our services and let us know what you think.

How should I dress?

Yes, you should! Clothes are mandatory. Beyond that, we’re pretty laid back. Come dressed in whatever you’re most comfortable wearing.

What do you have for my kids?

You can drop your kids off at our Kids ROCK during the service or bring them into the worship center with you!

How can I learn more about Richwoods?

Discovering Richwoods is a fun and interactive class to help you understand who we believe God has called us to be, as a church of impact, both locally and globally. Class includes dinner and childcare is provided.


What’s happening at Richwoods?



Text “$Amount Richwoods” to 45777. Set up your debit card once the first time and you’re good to go!

Download the Square Cash app on your smartphone. Send to our CashTag $Richwoods and include your campus in the “For” section!

Give online through PayPal or our online community rCircle!

Go to our Giving page


God loves us where we are at, but he doesn’t want us to stay there.  He has great things in store for us, he also has expectations for us.  He calls each of us to abide in him and produce, he expects us to be a part of what he is doing.  At Richwoods we want to help you discover how you can abide and produce.  We have discovered finding and being a follower of Jesus requires we engage with five expectations in an organic process rather than a linear progression.  You’ll find a brief description of each of these expectations below.