Welcome

The doors are open to you at Royal Lane Baptist Church. We invite you to come share the adventure of faith with us. We see ourselves as a family. We disagree some, but we still work, worship, minister, and play together. We are a diverse people united in Christ.

We believe that a meaningful commitment to Christ is best exemplified by a genuine commitment to one another.

If you need a place where you can be yourself, ask questions, find support, and not get lost in the crowd, Royal Lane is the place for you. We could tell you more about our church, but the character of any church is best observed from up close. Come and see!

What's Happening at RLBC

Roger Paynter, Guest Preacher

Roger Paynter

Roger Paynter will be our Guest Preacher on Palm Sunday, March 29, and Easter Sunday, April 5.

Rev. Dr. Roger A. Paynter is a native of Ardmore, Oklahoma and currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife, Suzii, Executive Director of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. They have two children, Grayson, age 32 and his wife Kelly, and Mary Kathryn, age 30, all living in Austin.

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Holy Week Schedule

Please join us at Royal Lane Baptist Church for Holy Week. Highlights for the week include:

  • 10:55 am – Palm/Passion Sunday with Procession of Palms and Roger Paynter, Guest Preacher, March 29
  • 6:00 pm – Walk Through Holy Week, Wednesday  evening, April 1
  • 8:00 pm – Good Friday Service, Scripture and Choral Service with presentation by the Choir of “Return to Me,” text –  Terry York, music – Taylor Scott Davis, with Terry York as Liturgist, April 3 (Holy Communion offered and child care provided)
  • 8:00 am – Flowering of the Cross, Sunday, April 5
  • 8:30 am – Church-wide Breakfast, Sunday, April 5
  • 10:55 am – Worship – Roger Paynter, Guest Preacher, April 5
  • 12:15 pm – Easter Egg Hunt, April 5

Printable schedule for the week:

Holy Week Schedule

The Mosaic, March 18, 2015

The Mosaic Cross

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The Royal Story

Jill Hill

Author Sue Monk Kidd instantly drew me in to her book “The Dance of the Dissident Daughter” from the first paragraph of the introduction. She recalls a question she heard asked on National Public Radio: “Once you wake up, can you wake up any more?” She then goes on to describe a period of her life when she felt like she was waking up “some more.” As I think about my life, especially my spiritual life, I can definitely see patterns of waking up and waking up some more. Read More…