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RGBC eNewsletter - 10/27/16

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Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Collection
10/2 - 11/13 @ KCA

Women's Ministry Retreat
11/4 & 5 @ The Victorian Candle B&B

KCA Carnival Outreach Opportunity
11/5 @ KCA

International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church
11/6 @ KCA & Around the World

Membership Class
11/13 @ KCA


Operation Christmas Child Service Opportunity
11/22 & 11/23 @ Baltimore/Washington Processing Center

Ladies of RGBC:  We still have about 10 openings for the Women's Retreat if you are interested in attending next weekend, November 4 and 5th.  Please see Amy Morris is you still would like to sign up.  The cost is $50 and the location is The Victorian Candle in Hollywood, Maryland. We will have dinner and fellowship on Friday night and then reconvene on Saturday for worship, devotional, prayer time, and more fellowship.  We are looking forward to a great time with other ladies in the church and want to include as many ladies as possible.  

This class is for anyone seeking membership at RGBC. It will be on Sunday, November 13 from 5-8pm. Dinner will be provided and child care is available upon request. Sign up on our website!

-This is the last week to register for DNow (Nov. 18-20 at Lexington Park Baptist Church)  You can register here.
-If you are interested in being a Host Home for DNow, please contact Aaron Traver right away!

A list is available at the Ministry Connection if you would like to send a note or package to any of our RGBC College students! Pick one up on Sunday!

We are in need of two additional volunteers to serve one week each month at the child security table.  If you are interested in serving during either Equip or Worship, please contact Alex Schwartzenburg

Sponsored by the Washington Area Coalition of Men's Ministries, this is a premiere event for men of all ages! It will take place on Saturday, November 12 from 8:30am-3pm at the Christian Fellowship Church in Ashburn, VA. The registration cost is $45 per man registering & paying in a group of FIVE or more (before November 8). See Joe Pelletier for details or Sign up at the Ministry Connection!

Now is a great time to join a Home Group! See our website for available groups in your area!

There will be three EQUIP classes offered this fall. Please visit our website or the Ministry Connection on Sunday for more information. The classes are: "Fear of Man" led by John Keeler & Jeremy Stover (KCA Music Room); "Systematic Theology" led by Pastor Jeremy Rhoton (Sanctuary); "Singleness & Courtship" led by Steven Mason & Stephen Bell (Youth Hallway).

A New Sermon Series on the book of James has begun and will run through November. This week's Scripture passage is: James 4:1-12. Missed a sermon? Listen online to past sermons.

Email the Church Office to join this team to support our congregation through prayer.
Send prayer requests to:

Members from RGBC (Pastor Adam Polk, Lisa Callicott & Bethany Schaeffer) and LBC (Pastor Allen Acker, Jen Acker & Reita King) will be leaving today for the Moldova Mission Trip. Please keep them in your prayers. A prayer calendar is available here or a printed copy will be available at the Ministry Connection on Sunday.

RGBC will have a table set up at the KCA Carnival this year! It will be on Saturday, November 5. We are looking for volunteers to help pass out books and information about RGBC and connect with the community. Sign up at the Ministry Connection on Sunday. The Times slots are 10:30-12 (Set up); 12-2pm; 2-4pm; 4-6:30pm (Includes clean up).

Sunday, Nov. 6. You are invited to unite globally to pray for the persecuted. Let’s pray that in spite of the pressure and persecution, our suffering brothers and sisters –where ever they may be in the world — would stand firm in their faith, holding fast to the promises of God in Christ. For more information:  IDOP Website, Voice of the Martyrs Website, Open Doors USA Website.

OCC Shoeboxes will be collected  through November 13. Stop by the table in the MPR this Sunday to pick up and empty box to fill! There are also two opportunities to serve at the Baltimore-Washington OCC Processing Center! Tuesday, Nov. 22 at 5-10pm and Wednesday, Nov. 23 at 1-6pm. Youth are welcome to serve but must be at least 13 years of age (youth 13-17 must have 1 chaperone per 4 youth.) Sign up at the Ministry Connection this Sunday or contact Rochelle Duplessis with any questions.

RGBC and LBC will be hosting our homeless guests at LBC over the Thanksgiving week starting on the evening of Sunday, Nov. 20 through the morning of Sunday, Nov. 27. There are many service opportunities. THEY ARE LOOKING FOR MONITORS AND OVERNIGHT MONITORS. Sign-up sheets will be available each Sunday at the Ministry Connection. Please contact Joe & Nicky Pelletier if you have any questions:

The Mission, LBC, FCA, Intervarsity of St. Mary's College, Young LifeCareNet, Jesus Our Redeemer Church, Eric Reiber9Marks Ministries, The Fernandez Family in Brooklyn, NY, Iglesia Bautista San Bartolo - Mexico, Good News Church - Chisinau, Moldova

This is the last Sunday to bring in items for the October collection!
The items for October are Games & Other items for Girls, 10-14:

Travel Games, Uno, Small Puzzles, Brain Teaser Puzzles, Small Bibles, Dolls, Pocket Sewing Kits, Small Craft Kits, Small Bead Kits
Bring in your items to the Women's Ministry Table for this month's collection.

This week: Proverbs 3:5-7 [8]
Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths. [Be not wise in your own eyes; fear the Lord, and turn away from evil.]

10/30 - James 4:1-12 - Pastor Jeremy Rhoton

11/6 - James 4:13-17 - Steven Mason
11/13 - James 5:1-6 - Pastor Adam Polk
11/20 - James 5:7-12 - Pastor Adam Polk


Sara Adams - Hospitalized this past week

The Traver Family - The death of Heather's father, Ray Rataiczak, on October 13.

Stephen Patterson - Son of Mike & Sarah Patterson, very ill in the hospital

Claudia Wortman - Prayer during cancer treatments

The Gibbs Family

Joe & Nicky Pelletier - Adoption process

Members of RGBC traveling to Moldova from Oct. 28-Nov. 7 (Pastor Polk, Bethany Schaeffer & Lisa Callicott)
Any guests at RGBC this week


Pray for the
Yadav (Hindu traditions) in India


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