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Redeeming Grace eNewsletter - 10/30/15


November 1 = International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church

  • "Fall Back" time change
  • International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church
  • Proposed Associate Pastor Search Committee Members
  • Reminders from Sunday's Sermon - "Encourage One Another"
  • Children's Ministry looking for an artist
  • Prayer request updates: Pelletiers & Claudia Wortman

WARM volunteer sign ups, One Bag a Month for the Mission, Operation Christmas Child Sign-ups

Remember to turn your clocks BACK an hour before you go to bed Saturday night!

This Sunday, November 1 is the IDOP for the Persecuted Church. Please stop by the Ministry Connection to pick up some materials and resources to help you pray for our persecuted brothers and sisters throughout the world.

Our next New Members' Class will be offered THIS Sunday, November 1 from 5-8pm. If you are interested in becoming a member of RGBC, please attend this class! A meal will be provided. Child care will be provided only upon request. For more information and to register for this class, please visit our website:

We will be offering polos, long sleeve t's, hoodies and baseball jerseys. A few of the items will feature children's and youth sizes. Sales will be THIS Sunday, November 1 and Sunday November 8 only. A table and samples will be available on these two Sundays near the Ministry Connection table.  This is your opportunity to purchase items to wear to show our RGBC spirit as well as share with others where you worship! These items are worn for many of our ministry outreach opportunities so feel free to order a shirt for our next outreach! Any questions please contact Amy Morris 301-481-8410.

Youth will meet this Sunday from 6-8pm.

Food will be collected This Sunday, November 1 for the Mission. See the display in the Multi-Purpose Room on Sunday to sign up to bring food. Food can also be dropped off at the Church Office.

Can you draw? The Children's Ministry is looking for someone (or a few people) to help create visual memory aids for our Fighter Verses. If you are creative/artistic and willing to help with this project, please contact Erin Mangan at

Mark your calendars for the Middle School Lock-In to be held Friday, November 6 - Saturday, November 7. This year's Lock-In will be held at KCA and will begin at 7pm on Friday evening and continue until 8:30am on Saturday. For more information and to register, visit:


Men's Conference at McLean Bible church at McLean, Virginia on Saturday November 7th from 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM. Price would be about $53 per person, including lunch. Please see Joe Pelletier if you interested in attending. There will be a flyer on the Ministry Connection Table with more information or you can visit the website at:

There will be a special called Members' Meeting on Sunday, November 8 following the worship service to vote on an Associate Pastor search committee. The committee would consist of: Dave Morris - Lay Elder (Chair of Committee), Teri Spinnenweber, Christine Trent, Ken Mansfield, Joe Pelletier & David Wortman. There will be a fellowship lunch as well. Bring your favorite soup, chili or side! To help us plan and see what people will be bringing, please sign up on our page: if you plan to attend and bring food!

We will be supporting Operation Christmas Child again this year! There will be a display in the Multi-Purpose Room every Sunday until November 15 with information, boxes and examples of what to pack into a box. There are many ways to support Operation Christmas Child:

  1. Fill a box (Box deadline is November 15)
  2. Donate $7 per box to cover shipping
  3. Go online to OCC and donate $6 per child for the Greatest Journey Bible Study:

There will also be a sign-up to receive quarterly newsletters about how to support OCC through the year. If you have any questions, please direct them to Rochelle Duplessis:

We will be hosting WARM (Wrap Arms 'Round Many) this year November 22-29 in a joint effort with LBC. There are many slots to fill for volunteering during our WARM week. If you are interested and would like sign up to volunteer during our week, see the display on Sunday in the Multi-purpose room. If you have any questions related to WARM, please contact Chris Massetti at

We have begun a new sermon series entitled "Life Together." This series will be exploring the "One Another" passages of Scripture. This week we will look at "Members of One Another."

  • 11/1 - Pray for One Another - James 5:16
  • 11/8 - Forgive One Another - Col. 3:13
  • 11/15 - Spur One Another On - Heb. 10:24-25

The Lottie Moon Christmas Offering will kick off with the Week of Prayer for International Missions from November 29 - December 6. The offering will take place throughout the month of December. Our RGBC Giving Goal is $7,500. Start praying & planning now to give so that the International Mission Board can help churches send missionaries to the billions who have yet to hear the Good News!

In order that we would have sufficient parking for our RGBC guests, we are asking regular attenders that are able and especially those that arrive early for set-up or praise team to park on the KCA Office side parking lot. As a reminder for everyone, the first two rows of the parking lot by the gym is reserved for guests and handicapped parking. We don't want any guests to be turned away for a lack of parking. Thanks for your cooperation!

New Fall EQUIP classes have begun! There are three classes offered during the EQUIP time (9-10am):
Christians in the Workplace  - 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.

2015-2016 HOME GROUPS
Home Groups have begun! If you have not been a part of a Home Group, you are encouraged to join one! You can sign up for a Home Group online here. There will be seven Home Groups to choose from for the new ministry year. They are:


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: 

November 1 - "Life Together" Series (Pray for One Another) - James 5:16- Elder Trey Mangan
November 8 - "Life Together" Series (Forgive One Another) - Col. 3:13 - Pastor Adam Polk
November 15 - "Life Together" Series (Spur One Another On) - Hebrews 10:24-25 - Pastor Adam Polk

listen to sermons online here 

A few reminders from Sunday's Sermon - Encourage One Another:

Who needs encouragement? Everyone!

Here are 5 types of people and the types of encouragement they need:


  • The Weary - 1 Thess. 5:14 - people who are exhausted mentally, physically, and spiritually.
  • The Tempted - Hebrews 3:13 - We need help fighting against sin. We need voices speaking into our lives as megaphones warning us of pitfalls & dangers.
  • The Wayward - 1 Cor. 1:10 - Those believers who have given in to temptation & are walking down a path of unfaithfulness.
  • The Hurting - 2 Cor. 1:3-6 - Be sensitive to such people & seek them out. Even if you don't know someone all that well you can still seek to comfort others by an encouraging word.
  • The Faithful - Hebrews 10:24-25 - We need to be spurred on and affirming the good in people's lives
Let it be your resolve to be a people of grace. May we be known as a community of encouragement!

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