"... and he (Isaac) called the name of it Rehoboth; and he said, For now the Lord hath made room for us, and we shall be fruitful in the land." -Genesis 26:22 (KJV)
Welcome to the online ministry of Rehoboth Christian Fellowship. This site is regularly updated with messages, blogs and audio messages that we hope will encourage your heart and help you grow closer to our loving, living Savior, Jesus Christ. Our mission is two-fold: 1.) To reach the lost with the Gospel of Jesus Christ by all possible means; 2.) To disciple the members of the Christian community to spiritual maturity through a relationship with Jesus Christ. We do these two things to bring the transforming Life of Jesus Christ into our present world, as it is.
Our purpose, as a fellowship of Christian believers, is to know more deeply the risen Lord Jesus Christ Who lives in us and without Whom the Christian life makes no sense. We come to know Him more fully through His Word because it reveals Him. In knowing Him we love Him, and in loving Him we obey Him.
In addition to weekly services, we offer ministries for children and teens, as well as a Christ-centered 12 step recovery ministry. Additionally, we are not an independent church without accountability beyond ourselves; we are part of the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel (www.foursquare.org) and under the covering and oversight of godly men and women.
If you live on or visit Florida's Treasure Coast and would like to join us for a service, we meet Sunday mornings at 10 am in historic downtown Stuart at 851 SE Johnson Avenue, Stuart, Florida. All are welcome! Come as you are! Has God made room for YOU here?
ABBA Bible study, 8:30am;
Family worship service, 10am
The 2nd and 4th Wednesday evenings of each month: The Tribe (teens and young adults), 7pm;
Bi-weekly Bible study, 7pm
The church meets at 851 SE Johnson Avenue, located in scenic downtown Stuart, Florida. Stuart was voted the Most Beautiful City of its size in the United States in 2008 by America In Bloom. Stuart is one of several Atlantic coastal communities (including Port St. Lucie, Jensen Beach, Palm City, and Ft. Pierce) collectively known as the Treasure Coast of Florida.