Here’s a reality we strongly believe: you weren’t meant to do life alone. This is true whether you are Christian or not; God did not create you to be alone. And as Christians we don’t grow in our faith without friends to challenge us, cheer for us and care for us when life is hard.
There’s something special and unique that happens when men get together. Every man needs other men in his life – to be honest with, to be encouraged by, and to navigate life alongside.
We’re a group of regular guys from all stages of life who gather for 3 reasons: truth, honesty, and encouragement.
We are a caring group of women of all ages, stages, and backgrounds with one goal: to know Christ deeply and love others well. We are passionate about growing together, serving together, and having fun with one another!
Kids have a very important place here at our church. 2RC Kids isn’t just a babysitting service; the kids have church too! We do this in an age-appropriate way from infants through fifth grade.
Infants and toddlers start out in a loving and fun environment learning songs and Bible rhymes. Preschoolers have a fun Bible lesson, play games, and sing songs. Elementary kids have worship music, learn Bible lessons, and do small-group activities.
At Two Rivers Church we hope students will come as they are, connect with other students and leaders, grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ and serve in their church and community!
Our student ministry (grades 6-12) meets every Wednesday from 6:30-8PM at the church office (6303 Ooltewah Georgetown Road).
At Two Rivers we believe that prayer is vital in maintaining a relationship with Jesus. Our desire is for prayer to be a natural part of our lives, an Overflow of our heart. Our mission statement states that we are committed to awakening people to the life-changing power of Jesus. We believe prayer is at the core of this experience.
At Two Rivers Church we hope to live beyond ourselves and make a difference. Each summer, we take a small team to Samara, Costa Rica to come alongside missionaries and encourage, teach, and pray for the locals.