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Bulletin July 28, 2019

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RBK is hosting a bi-weekly hangout for all RBK children who will be Kindergarten to Grade 5 this fall. They will be held on Aug 1, 15, 29 from 5:30 - 7:30 pm.

Go to our page for more info.

Orange Corner

Ride for refuge

The Ride for Refuge is a family-friendly cycling and walking fundraiser happening again Saturday, October 5, 2019. Go to our Ride for Refuge page or talk to Pastor Kamal for more info.

RBK Day Camp: SEPT 7th

The children’s ministry is hosting a day camp for kids Kinder - grade 7. The first half will be a breakfast and info session with the parents and kids while the second half will be VBS style camp. Please put Sept 7 from 9 am - 3 pm down in your calendar.

Launch Sunday: Sept 8th

Mark Sept 8th at noon down on your calendars. More info to come.

Richmond Baptist Kids

We have our typical 2 - 5-year-old First Look class and the 252KIDS for grades K - 5. In addition to that, we now have a class for grades 6 - 7 that is meeting the youth room upstairs. If you have children in that age range they can go straight there when they have been dismissed.

To make the dismissal from the service easier, be sure to sign in your children at our sign-in booth before you take your seat in the auditorium.

Go to our Parents page to download this week's Parent's Cue.

Week 4 - Bottom Line - July 2019 

Leadership Development Program 2019/2020

Our program is a 30 week leadership journey that combines hands on experience with practical leadership training in a key area of ministry. Go to our page for more information. 

Volunteer

We are in need of 3 teachers for our RBTeens program. For more info, talk to Andrew Lara or email RBKWe are in need of Sound and Computer operators for our worship team. We are looking for people who have an appreciation for music, a willingness to learn and enjoys technology! Talk to Jared for more information and to sign up.

translation

During the morning service, we do sermon translation in Japanese, Mandarin, Spanish and Portuguese. If you are here today and would like to have the sermon translated just go to the lobby where someone will be at the table with transmitters to hand to you. Spread the word to others – it is our way of reaching out and connecting God’s Word to all people.

Our 10 am service has Mandarin, Japanese, Portuguese and Spanish Translation

young adults 

Check our Pharus facebook group to find out about group activities. We have guest speakers, Sunday lunch, river rafting, and much more!

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