- Our pastor- This may sometimes be through a visit, hospitality, prayer, trip to the local Costa or a chat on the phone. Joy; Martin's wife also considers it a blessing to help and encourage the ladies in church.
- Church Leadership- The other church leaders also get involved in similar ways to the pastor. Also an integral part of the leaders meetings involves discussing and praying for the various individual needs of the church members.
- House groups- House; or care groups as they are known here play a vital role in providing pastoral support. There is a real sense of the group pastoring each other as they share their lives together with its difficulties, challenges and joys. In addition each care group leader takes their pastoral responsibility very seriously.
- Each other- There is a real sense of community and family at RPC and we find that often a great deal of caring happens naturally as people share their lives together. After church gatherings you will often see folk sharing together and praying for each other, as well as the caring that goes on behind the scenes.
- Bible Teaching- Perhaps not the the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about providing pastoral care, but we believe good applied Bible teaching is foundational for caring for the spiritual needs of the church family.