The Rossville United Methodist Church has a deep heritage that reaches back to 1831. Some of the people that you will see on Sunday morning have family roots that date back to those early days. Many of the people enjoying our worship service have recently moved into our community. When our worshipping family gathers together we discuss spiritual growth and future ministries while respecting our history.

When to arrive:
If it’s your first visit then it’s probably best to come in around 10.00 am. If you are driving you can park in the parking lot just west of the building or along either side of the street. Most people use the glass double doors which face W. Main St. (State Road 26). Some use the ramp entrance on the north side of the building. For directions to reach us please see the Our Church page. You’ll be greeted on the door by our welcoming team who will give you some information about the church, notices of forthcoming events and discuss any questions you might have as a visitor.

What to wear:
This is easy. Wear whatever you feel comfortable wearing. We are an informal church and accept people as they are.

Our Staff Members

Bob Raschka

Pastor Bob began serving as pastor here at Rossville in December of 2015. He has been serving in ministry since his days as a student pastor back in the 1980’s. He has a love for Jesus Christ and a compassion for people. His goal in ministry is to proclaim the

Brandy Marlow

Brandy Marlow has been hired as the new office manager at Rossville United Methodist Church.  She was hired following the move of our former office Manager Elaine Hathaway to Texas.  Brandy is married to Glenn and they have five children who attend Rossville Schools.  She is part of our music team