Redland Baptist Church will host one of this year’s VBS Regional Clinics held by the BCMD! VBS workers from the surrounding areas will be attending workshops on Lifeway’s VBS Curriculum “Galactic Starveyors” on Saturday, February 25, 9:30am-2pm (lunch included). To learn more about this clinic and for non-Redlander registration, click here. If you are a Redlander, please register with Peggy Peek or our RBC Camp Directors (see contact info below) by February 23.
If you are a Redland adult or youth planning to work with RBC Camp this year or just considering the idea, we HIGHLY recommend attending this training! You may use this workshop in place of one of our standard RBC Camp training sessions, and it will be free to Redland members.
Redland children in Kindergarten – 5th grade Sunday School are invited to join us Saturday, February 25, 9-10:30am, to lead the VBS/RBC Camp songs you have already started learning during Sunday School. Get your free RBC Camp T-shirt early while serving as a local missionary! Parents, please fill out the permission slip that was sent home from Sunday School and in an e-mail.
For more information, contact Peggy Peek at (peggypeek at redlandbaptist dot org) or our RBC Camp Directors at (rbccamp at gmail dot com).
Redland is again a collection center for Operation Christmas Child’s National Collection Week, November 14-21, 2016! 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.
Collection Center Hours are:
Monday, November 14, 10am – 2pm
Tuesday, November 15, 10am – 2pm
Wednesday, November 16, 10am – 2pm
Thursday, November 17, 10am – 2pm
Friday, November 18, 12pm – 8pm
Saturday, November 19, 8am – 2pm
Sunday, November 20, 1pm – 4pm
Monday, November 21, 12pm – 8pm
Amani ya Juu (“higher peace” in Swahili) is a non-profit sewing and training program for marginalized women in Africa. Women at Amani are learning to work together through faith in God who provides a peace that transcends all cultural and ethnic differences.
It is our privilege to partner with our African sisters to host our 5th annual sale of Amani products in the ROC Foyer on Saturday, November 19, 9am-5pm and Sunday, November 20, 1-4pm. Handcrafted items include: bags, jewelry, kitchen and home décor, Christmas items and more in a wide range of prices. Start your Christmas shopping early and support the wonderful women of Amani!
Wednesday night is when most of our music programs meet to rehearse and there is something for every age group! Online registration is now available for all of our Wednesday night music programs (see below). Join us! … (more)
Make plans to join us June 10-11 from 10am to 7 pm for “Room Makeover” Baltimore Mission Project 2016 as we partner with a new church plant in Baltimore called Tribe Church, and church planter, Tim Mull to impact the life of a child with a room makeover. The work will take place during the day on Friday, June 10 and Saturday, June from 10am until 7pm. There’s no cost to serve, thanks to Redlanders donations to the Baltimore Mission Project Fund. Lunch and dinner will be provided for the mission team.
Please register for the mission project.
We are looking forward to an opportunity to serve in Baltimore!
Please click here for more information and to RSVP.
RSVP deadline extended to September 1, 2016!
Join us Saturday, April 30 from 9am until 1pm as we have a huge yard sale! There will be something for everyone! In addition to the yard sale tables, we will have a bake sale where you may purchase homemade goodies. From 9-11am, we will have a coach-led basketball skills clinic in our gym for school-aged children (please wear tennis shoes).
All proceeds will go into our thrift store start-up fund for Grace in Store.
Help with the Operation Christmas Child Processing Center, and get a glimpse of what happens to shoe boxes after you drop them off!
Our volunteer time block is Friday, Dec. 4, from 6:00-10:00pm. We have limited space available, so sign up today!
Must be 13 years old and up to serve.
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.