News & Events for Dec 16-22
Christmas Food Boxes: We have sixteen boxes requested this year and we really need your donation of potatoes, canned vegetables, and other non-perishable food items for the Christmas Food Baskets. Items should be at the church by Wednesday, Dec 19th. Please bring them to the office to avoid congesion with the Community Christmas party items. Boxes will be packed on Thursday.
One Year Bible Reading Plan: As you may have noticed, we publish a monthly plan that will allow you to read through the Bible in one year. Copies of the full plan are available at the Welcome Center. If you wish, you can go to bitly/RCCBiblePlan for the plan.
End of year notes: If you need/want giving envelopes for next year, please notify the office by December 23rd. If you still have envelopes, please continue to use them until they are gone. And, if you want your giving to be credited to the current year, please make sure it is postmarked no later than December 31st.
Membership Class: Interested in membership at RCC? Just want to know more about us? The next membership classes are scheduled for Jan 9th and 16th (from 6-7:30 PM). Please sign up on the bulletin board so we know how many folders to prepare.
Upcoming service times: On Dec 23rd and Dec 30th, worship service will be at 10 AM and there will be NO Sunday Bible Classes.
Special thanks to Theresa Anderson and Colleen Crozier for decorating the church for the Christmas season!
Let us know that you’re here! Please put your attendance cards in the basket by the mailboxes. Note: If you’ve been attending for awhile, you probably have a mailbox. Please check the Fellowship Hall. Visitors: please fill out the back side of this tab and put it in the offering plate.
Open Funds: The following funds are open for your giving! If you choose to give, mark your gifts accordingly: •Air Conditioning Fund •Benevolence Fund •Food Pantry Fund
•Orphan Care (Adoption) Fund
Food Pantry Focus: The December focus: personal care items and cereal. If you donate, please put donations in the “food pantry” tote.