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Our Temecula Campus is our main campus, located in South Temecula. We have four worship experiences each Sunday.
Visiting a church for the first time can be a pretty big step, just getting the family up and ready on a Sunday morning is hard enough – we get that. We’ve tried to answer all your questions and give you as much info as possible below. If you still have questions, please use the contact form below to get in touch with us or call 951.303.6789.
What are the worship experiences like?
Our worship experiences are about an hour and a half long. They typically begin with upbeat, worship music (each service varies in style and volume, see below), then there’s a welcome time followed by the teaching message. Our services are pretty casual and we encourage families to come together if they choose, especially those with high school students.
What should we wear?
Rancho Community is made up of people from all walks of life and many generations who dress anywhere from shorts and flip-flops to shirts & ties. In other words, just wear what you’re comfortable in – it’s really not that big of a deal here.
Can we meet the Pastor?
Yes. Every week we invite our guests to meet our teaching pastor right after the services. We would love the opportunity to meet you and answer any questions you may have.
What kind of church is Rancho Community?
Rancho Community is a larger, established church with over 40 years of history in the Temecula Valley of Southern California. Temecula is about half way between Los Angeles and San Diego and is a growing community of families. To find out more about our journey from a small community church in the 1960′s to where we are today, click here. To read our Statement of Faith click here.
What do you have for kids & students?
Rancho Community has a safe and vibrant children’s ministry for children in nursery through 5th Grade. Our nursery is clean and secure, staffed with childcare professionals and every parent receives a restaurant style buzzer just in case your little one needs you. Preschool, Kindergarten and Elementary age children enjoy fun crafts, songs, and Bible teaching in their classes.
Club 45 is designed for those older elementary kids and Uprising Middle School is for 6th, 7th & 8th Grades.
High School age students are encouraged to worship with their families in the main worship services (High School has their own services on Tuesday Nights.)
Sunday Experience Times
This experience features our Generations Worship which is contemporary with full band, low lights, and upbeat music.The experience is held in our 1,000 seat Worship Center and is taught by one of our teaching pastors each week. During the 9:30am experience we offer:Nursery Care Rancho Kidz (Preschool-3rd Grade) Club 45 (4th & 5th Grades) Uprising Middle School Ministry (6th-8th Grades) are invited to their own experience at 11am High School Students are invited to join their families in the Worship Center
*Our Deaf Ministry provides American Sign Language Interpreters for this service
This experience is definitely our most progressive service featuring our Encore band which changes weekly from rock to pop, to hip hop, to rap, spoken word and more. The service is highly produced with video, lighting and high energy production.The experience is held in our 1,000 seat Worship Center and is taught by one of our teaching pastors each week. Most weeks there is texting available for Q & A and back and forth interaction. During the 5:30pm service we offer:Nursery Care Rancho Kidz (Preschool-3rd Grade) Club 45 (4th & 5th Grades) Middle School Students (6th-8th Grades) are invited to join their families in the Worship Center High School Students are invited to join their families in the Worship Center Young Adults meet for Encore and stay after for a small group experience
This experience features our Traditions Choir along with the Worship Team who lead hymns and praise music. The experience is held in our 500 seat Chapel and is taught by one of our teaching pastors each week.
There is no Nursery, Children’s or Youth Ministry during the Traditions experience.
Rancho Community Temecula Campus
31300 Rancho Community Way
Temecula, CA 92592
First Time Tip #1: Because we have back to back worship services (on Sundays), it’s best to plan to arrive about 15-20 minutes early, especially if you have children. We have a tram service that can bring you from the parking lot to the church, that should save you some walking time.
First Time Tip #2: If you’re bringing children, please stop at the Start Here Booth first and one of our Welcome Team Members will help you check-in and find the right classrooms the first time around.
First Time Tip #3: We have a Coffee Shoppe on campus serving Seattle’s Best along with muffins, fruit & donuts. You may want to arrive early or plan to stay a little after and enjoy a refreshment, maybe even meet some new friends. All proceeds from the Coffee Shoppe go to local and global outreach.