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Redeeming Grace eNewsletter - 09/11/15

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Progressive Dinner, County Fair Outreach, EQUIP classes, Home Groups

Tomorrow, Saturday, September 12, CareNet will be sponsoring the Baby Steps Walk for Life at St. Mary's Ryken HS. The event is from 2-9pm. Please visit their website for more information and consider going to support this local ministry partner with RGBC.

THIS Sunday, September 13, new Fall EQUIP classes will begin. There will be three classes offered during the EQUIP time (9-10am):
Money (6 weeks)/Christians in the Workplace (6 weeks) - Led by Aaron Traver & Chris Massetti (KCA Music Room)
   2.  Discipling (12 weeks) - Led by Trey Mangan & Adam Polk (KCA Office)
   3.  Gospel-Shaped Worship (12 weeks) - Led by Dan Doig (This class is primarily directed toward all participants in the Worship Arts Ministry) (KCA Multi-purpose Room)

The classes will run from September 13 to December 6. You can still sign up online here.

During the month of September we will be participating in the missions offering for the Mid-Atlantic Baptist Network. If you have offering envelopes, there is a specific envelope for September 6 to be used for this offering. There will also be envelopes available at the Ministry Connection. Our RGBC Goal is $1000. Visit  for more information! You can also see the video of Jesus Our Redeemer Church on the Go Forward website here.

Beginning on Sunday, September 13, we will begin a new sermon series entitled "Life Together." This series will be exploring the "One Another" passages of Scripture. This week we will look at "Love One Another."

September 13 - Fall Youth Kickoff at KCA @ 6-8pm

On Wednesday, September 2, the Thailand departed. Pray for the team and the people of Thailand as they round out their trip and travel home this weekend. Please note that the time difference is +11 hours.

Thailand Team: Pastor Adam Polk,
Lisa Callicott, Kyle Roberson, Bethany Schaeffer, Beverley Schwartzenburg & Ken Mansfield 

Again, this year, RGBC will be participating in a progressive dinner for the students of Intervarsity of St. Mary's College. The event will take place on Friday, September 18 at 6pm at KCA. We are in need of some RGBC folks to provide food (lasagnas & salads), come out to help setup, to meet the students and make some new friends, and to clean up when they are done with the meal. A sign up sheet will be available at the Ministry Connection on Sunday. Please contact Joe Pelletier for more info:

Fall Home Groups have begun! If you have not been a part of a Home Group, you are encouraged to join one this Fall! You can sign up for a Home Group online here. There will be seven Home Groups to choose from for the Fall. They are:

Please note the new check-in procedures for Jr. Church:


  1. Jr. Church participants (PreK-K) will be dismissed from the worship service at the beginning of the offertory.
  2. Every child must be escorted by a parent. Please leave and reenter the worship service at the back of the sanctuary so there will be as little disruption as possible.
  3. A Jr. Church volunteer will meet you with a clipboard just outside the double doors in the MPR.
  4. Each parent will indicate those allowed to pick up their child from Jr. Church by checking all the appropriate boxes on the sign-in sheet.
  5. Jr. Church volunteers will escort the children to their classroom while parents return to the worship service.
  6. Following the worship service, any individual indicated on the sign-in sheet can check the child out of Jr. Church by signing in the appropriate space on the sign-in sheet.

Do you consider yourself a prayer warrior? Do you enjoy praying for others' needs? We will be launching a new team of individuals who will be praying for the needs of our congregation. If you would like to be part of this team and truly commit to pray for the needs that are sent, please contact the Church office. All prayer requests will be emailed to each Prayer Warrior Team Member, so please include the email that you would want those requests sent to. The Prayer Team will each pray individually so there aren't any meetings to attend! Prayerfully consider joining this team to support our congregation through prayer.

Visit our new volunteer page on our website and see how you can get plugged in at RGBC! See a list of volunteer opportunities, position descriptions and fill out the form on the website: 

On Saturday, September 19, The Mission will be holding its first Annual Fundraiser to support its ministry. They will be selling hotdogs and hamburgers in various locations throughout the county from 9am-5pm. They are in need of 4-5 people from RGBC to help with the fundraiser. If you are able to help, please contact Richard Myers at The Mission directly at: 562-822-8752. You can visit their website for more information at:  Flyers will be available at the Ministry Connection on Sunday. Consider helping that day or buying lunch at one of the locations to help this local ministry partner of RGBC.


Our next RGBC Members' Meeting will be held on Sunday, September 20 @ 6:30pm at KCA. Documents for that meeting will be available THIS Sunday, September 13 at the Ministry Connection and on our website:

The Elders of Redeeming Grace Baptist Church nominate the following individuals to serve as deacons for the 2015-16 ministry year:

  • Keith Hash - Deacon of Member Care
  • Misha Hash - Deaconness of Member Care
  • Tom Williams - Deacon of Facilities
  • Joe Pelletier - Deacon of Outreach
  • Rick Benefield - Deacon of Stewardship
  • Rich Gough - Deacon of Worship Support
  • Roger Thomas -  Deacon of First Impressions

For a more thorough description of each of these roles, please visit our website: These positions will be voted upon at the September 20 Members' Meeting.

The 2015 PBA Launch Night Leadership and Training Conferences will be held on Monday, September 21 at Hughesville Baptist Church. Reservations are required. You can register at or by calling the PBA Office at 301-274-5116 no later than September 15. The evening will include: Dinner at 5:30pm (No charge); Worship at 6:30pm; Breakout Sessions at 7pm.


RGBC will be serving at the Fair again this year. Mark your calendars for: Thursday, September 24 through Saturday, September 26

  • The youth will be volunteering to clean tables on the Thursday evening. We need people to sign up for Saturday table cleaning time slots.
  • We are also volunteering as "security" in the Home Arts building to make sure that people aren't touching exhibits, etc. There will be a table at the entrance for two people to sit during the Fair hours.
  • There will be sign-up sheets for both cleaning tables and "security" at the Ministry Connection.
Please sign up for these opportunities to serve our community and have the opportunity to share our faith.

From October 23 through November 1 there will be a mission trip to Moldova led by Pastor Allen Acker from LBC. They are seeking men and women to join them to work at an English For a New Life camp and a medical clinic during the schools' fall break. If you are interested, you can apply online at: or contact Pastor Acker for more information:

September 13 - "Life Together" Series (Love One Another) - John 13:34-45 - Scott Stringer
September 20 - "Life Together" Series (Members of One Another) - Romans 12:3-8 - Pastor Adam Polk
September 27 - "Life Together" Series (Honor One Another) - Romans 12:10-13 - Pastor Adam Polk
October 4 - "Life Together" Series (Be at Peace with One Another) - Romans 14:13 - Pastor Adam Polk (Communion)
listen to sermons online here 
5 Great Reasons to memorize Scripture from Don Whitney's Book: "Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life"
1. Memorization Supplies Spiritual Power
 “When Scripture is stored in your mind, it is available for the Holy Spirit to bring to your attention when you need it most.”
2. Memorization Strengthens Your Faith. “Memorization strengthens your faith because it repeatedly reinforces the truth, often just when you need to hear it again.”
3. Memorization Prepares Us for Witnessing and Counseling. “Recently, while I was talking to a man about Jesus, he said something that brought to mind a verse I had memorized. I quoted that verse, and it was the turning point in a conversation that resulted in him professing faith in Christ. I often experience something similar in counseling conversations. But until the verses are hidden in the heart, they aren’t available to use with the mouth.
4. Memorization Provides a Means of God’s Guidance. “Just as the Holy Spirit retrieves scriptural truth from our memory banks for use in counseling others, so also will He bring it to our minds in providing timely guidance for ourselves.”
5. Memorization Stimulates Meditation. “One of the most amazing benefits of memorizing Scripture is that it provides fuel for meditation. When you have memorized a verse of Scripture, you can meditate on it anywhere at any time during the day or night.”

The verse to be memorized for this week:

John 10:10
"The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy. I came that they may have life and have it abundantly."

Visit to see the Fighter Verses.


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