Our Mission:


Resurrection is a community of flawed but forgiven sinners who have been gripped by Jesus Christ. We seek to be guided by Christ's powerful gospel and desire to reflect his character in love, mercy, joy, and hospitality to a broken and battered world. We desire to cultivate a safe, healthy, and refreshing environment where broken people have a lot of time to grow in Christ in sustainable and deep ways. While we are rooted in a biblical, ancient, and historic faith, we seek to make the commitments of the Reformation alive, contemporary, and modern to bless today's people in Pierce County. Because we seek to take God and his Word seriously, we gather to worship in reverence and awe around the preaching of the gospel and the administration of the sacraments but do so without taking ourselves too seriously. At our core, we exist to celebrate the power of the gospel to the glory of God.


Resurrection Presbyterian Church began to meet in a home for Sunday evening Bible studies in October 2007, and then rented a local church building (thank you, Elim Evangelical Free Church!) from January through May 2008 for evening worship. In May 2008, RPC moved to its current rental facility, Summit United Methodist Church (thank you, SUMC!).

We are a congregation of about 140 souls, made up of people from all walks of life. We are single, married, widowed, and divorced; young couples just starting out and empty nesters; teachers, medical professionals, stay-at-home moms, military families, students, farmers, engineers, sales professionals, skilled workers in a variety of industries from construction to aircraft maintenance.

We would love for "our story" and "your story" to cross paths and maybe become part of the same story that God is writing. Feel free to let us know if you have questions about our church's history.