For the fifth year, Redland is a collection site for shoeboxes during National Collection Week for Operation Christmas Child, November 16-23, 2015. OCC makes it possible for millions of children to experience God’s love through shoeboxes filled with gifts. These shoeboxes open doors for presenting the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Last year, OCC collected 10,440,333 boxes and distributed them to over 150 countries. Over 11,500 of those shoeboxes came through Redland’s doors!
Collection Center Hours are:
Monday, November 16, 10am – 2:30pm
Tuesday, November 17, 10am – 2:30pm
Wednesday, November 18, 10am – 2:30pm
Thursday, November 19, 10am – 2:30pm
Friday, November 20, 11am – 8pm
Saturday, November 21, 10am – 5pm
Sunday, November 22, 1pm – 4pm
Monday, November 23, 3pm – 8pm
Contact Karen Freeman (occkaren at yahoo dot com) for more information or to volunteer.
Ladies, we hope you will join us for Bible Study where we learn from God’s Word, from our lesson, and from one another! We have two groups that meet on Tuesdays, one in the morning and one in the evening. … (more)
Amani ya Juu (“higher peace” in Swahili) is a non-profit sewing and training program for marginalized women in Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi, Liberia, and Uganda, Africa. Women at Amani are learning to work together through faith in God who provides a peace that transcends all cultural and ethnic differences.
Redland will be hosting our third annual sale of Amani products in the Chapel on Saturday, November 8, 9am-5pm and Sunday, November 9, 1-4pm. Handcrafted items include: bags, jewelry, kitchen and home décor, and Christmas items. Start your Christmas shopping early and support the wonderful women of Amani!
For more information, contact Diane Gordon.
You’re invited to a special Trunk or Treat Halloween event from 3-5pm at Redland Baptist Church! Dress up in your most spooktacular (but family friendly) costume and come out for a fun family time full of activities like pumpkin painting, bobbing for apples, costume contests, face painting, and of course, trick or treating — or trunk or treating! See you there!
Join us for our GRACE at Home Coffeehouse!
Once a month on Sunday evenings, 5:00-6:30pm we create a coffeehouse environment in the church foyer! Parents who’s children are attending AWANA or teens are at Fuel are invited to join us for coffee and a time to share life together. Pastor Bobby will share resources to help equip and empower families along the journey of life, using our parent ministry resources.
We hope to see you there!
2015-2016 Coffeehouse Schedule (5:00-6:30pm):
Join us for a time of fellowship on Sunday, September 27! We will have a combined 11am worship service (after Sunday School at 9:40am), followed by a picnic on the grounds at 12:15pm. Dress casual that day and bring blankets and lawn chairs. Fried chicken and drinks are provided. Please bring a dessert (last name beginning with A-L) or a side dish (last name beginning with M-Z) in a disposable pan or well labeled dish to share with 10-15 people.
So we have enough chicken, please RSVP below by September 23, 2015. … (more)
Women, ages 14 and up, are invited to our fall “Tres Feast”– Feeding Mind, Body, and Soul on Saturday, September 19 from 9:30am-12:00pm in the Chapel. Our very own Pam Burdette will be speaking. Tickets are $12 a person and include a catered meal. Contact Cyndi Word for more information or to purchase your ticket.
Join our Pastor this fall in the Upper Room at 6:30pm for Prayer Meeting and Bible Study as we continue the video-based study on David Platt’s book, Counter Culture (Cost: $16), and engage in post-sermon discussions on “What Does the Bible Say About Men and Women?” Here’s a look at the schedule:
September 9 – Counter Culture – Wealth
September 16 – Post Sermon Discussion – Are Men and Women Equal in God’s Eyes?
We will have fall church work days on Saturdays, September 12 and October 3 from 9am-4pm with many opportunities of service for the whole family. Here are three reasons why you should be involved:
1.) Families should serve together – being involved in service together is beneficial to spiritual development and church fellowship as a whole.
2.) Church work day needs lots of volunteers – many hands make light work.
3.) All the work is beautifying our church campus inside and out – God’s house!
Bonus reason: Free Lunch!
Please contact Building and Grounds Chair, Verk Eubanks for more info.
If you are a new member or considering membership, join our pastor’s RBC 101 class held in the Church Office beginning September 13 at 9:40am. Over the five weeks of class, you’ll meet Redland’s staff, find out how our church is organized, and study our essential beliefs.