Welcome to Rock City Church

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Bishop Bart PierceSenior Pastor
We are so excited you are interested in coming to visit! Check out all Rock City Church has to offer online and then come experience what God is doing here. We look forward to seeing you soon!
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Services & Location

1607 Cromwell Bridge Road
Baltimore, MD 21234
Sunday Morning (10:30 AM)
Thursday Evening (7:00 - 9:00 PM)

What to Expect

RCC is a place where you can meet new friends, discover your life’s purpose, and learn how to live a life that has a lasting impact. Most dress up for Sunday Service, but you are welcome to come as you are. Sunday morning Service starts at 10:30 and does not have a set finish time depending on how the Lord moves.Thursday Night's Teaching Service is set from 7:00 - 9:00 PM. Life isn’t meant to be lived alone... come join us this weekend!


Rock City Church has experienced tremendous growth since 1983 when Bishop Bart Pierce came to Baltimore. working to influence the city of Baltimore for Jesus Christ with only a handful of members. Bishop Pierce and his wife, Coralee, were saved through the ministry of...

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Recent Sermons

How To Re-Cover | March 29, 2020 Episode 1

It is time for us to redeem the time, for the days are evil. All the enemy has done, God wants you to recover what the enemy has tried to steal.

Words matter. God has to be the source of our information, today. I want you to know that this book, God’s Word, is the resource and the source of all information that you need pertaining to life. Pertaining to every aspect of life. How do you pay your bills and how do you get through this? How do you handle being in a house with three or four or five young kids bouncing off the wall? God gives grace to those that need grace in the area that you need grace in!

The Bible says that heaven and earth will pass away but God’s Word will always remain. You need to take that seriously when I say that to you! Heaven and earth will pass away, but God’s Word will remain forever. Thank God, today, for the Holy Spirit. The Bible says that Holy Spirit is called our comforter. Isn’t that good news? The Holy Spirit comes to comfort you. Let him comfort you in this day.

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