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RGBC eNewsletter - 9/16/16

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Intervarsity Progressive Dinner
9/18 @ KCA

County Fair Outreach
9/23-9/25 @ St. Mary's Fairgrounds

Members' Meeting
9/25 @ KCA

EXPLORE Newcomers Luncheon
10/2 @ KCA

Women's Ministry Retreat
11/4 & 5 @ The Victorian Candle B&B
The following individuals have been nominated by the elders to serve as deacons for the 2016-17 ministry year.  As per the bylaws the congregation has 30 days to address any questions or concerns to the elders about any of the candidates and their qualifications.  These candidates would be put forward for election at the September 25 members meeting.

  • Ken Mansfield – Deacon of Outreach
  • Doug Miller – Deacon of Member Care
  • Bethany Schaeffer – Deaconess of First Impressions

Sign ups for Home Groups will be available this Sunday at the Ministry Connection or by calling the RGBC Office. Now is a great time to join a Home Group!

There will be three EQUIP classes offered this fall. Please visit our website or the Ministry Connection on Sunday for more information. The classes are: "Fear of Man" led by John Keeler & Jeremy Stover (KCA Music Room); "Systematic Theology" led by Pastor Jeremy Rhoton (Sanctuary); "Singleness & Courtship" led by Steven Mason & Stephen Bell (Youth Hallway).

We are excited to offer a ten month training class called "Equipped to Counsel." This class seeks to equip and encourage followers of Christ to live and counsel the gospel of Jesus and His Word, specially to those living amidst suffering and the troubles of this life. The class meets on Sunday nights from 5-6:30pm @ KCA. If you are interested in taking this class or have questions, please notify Assoc. Pastor Jeremy Rhoton:

Our next EXPLORE luncheon will be on Sunday, October 2 after the worship service. If you are a newcomer or know a family that is new to RGBC, encourage them to attend this informational luncheon. Lunch will be provided and childcare is available upon request. RSVP on our website.

A New Sermon Series on the book of James has begun and will run through November. This week's Scripture passage is: James 1:12-18

LADIES!  We are excited to announce that our first RGBC retreat will be on November 4 and 5th at the Victorian Candle Bed and Breakfast.  We will meet from 6-10pm on Friday night and then reconvene on Saturday for breakfast at 9:30-3 pm.   Friday's dinner as well as Saturdays breakfast and lunch will be included in the retreat fee of $50.  We have lots of fun things planned as well as a time of worship and being in the Word together. Sign ups for this event begin this Sunday, and will run through October 16th.  Please stop by the women's table in the MPR to sign up.  We are requesting for you to pay at the time of sign ups!  If you have any further questions ask Amy Morris or one of the ladies at the Women's Ministry Table.

We would like to compile a list of addresses for our RGBC college students away from home and at home. Please send your child's address (or yours) to Misha Hash: or at the sign up sheet at the Ministry Connection by September 18. There will be list made available to the congregation to keep in touch with and bless our college students!

If you are interested in playing Church Volleyball, please sign up at the Ministry Connection on Sunday. There are three levels of teams for 6th grade to adult: Advanced, Intermediate & Beginner. Contact Dean Gass with any questions.

Email the Church Office to join this team to support our congregation through prayer.
Send prayer requests to:

RGBC will be providing the main course for the St. Mary's College Intervarsity Progressive Dinner TONIGHT, Friday, September 16  @ KCA. We are always in need of people to volunteer to come and serve and clean-up! Our portion of the dinner will be tacos! If you would like to come out and help and/or fellowship with the students from St. Mary's College, join us at 5:30pm.

Join us as we serve at the Fair this year cleaning tables and acting as security in the Home Arts building. Sign ups are available at the  Ministry Connection. Table Cleaning will be 10am-8pm in two hour shifts on Friday, Sept. 23 and from 2pm - 6pm on Sunday, Sept. 25. Home Arts Security will be 9am-9pm in two hour shifts on both Friday, Sept. 23 and Saturday, Sept. 24. Contact Ken Mansfield with questions:

Support The Mission as they sell hamburgers & hot dogs to raise money for their ministry. On Saturday Sept. 24 they will be selling food in front of local businesses from 9am-5pm. To view the flyer, click here. To volunteer or donate, visit

Peer Counselors Needed: CareNet is offering classes to become a peer counselor on October 4, 6, 11, 13, 18 & 20. 9:30am-12:30pm @ Calvert County and 5:30-8:30pm @ St. Mary's County. To sign up or if you have questions, please contact CareNet at 301-737-4604. Flyers can be found at the Ministry Connection.

As an outreach opportunity, we are offering free tickets to see the movie "Voiceless" on Thursday, Oct. 6 at 7pm at the Lexington Exchange Movies 12. If you are certain you are able to attend and would like a ticket for yourself and maybe a neighbor or co-worker, please email the church office. We have 25 tickets to give away on a first come/first served basis.

The Mission, LBC, FCA, Intervarsity of St. Mary's College, Young LifeCareNet, Jesus Our Redeemer Church, Eric Reiber9Marks Ministries, Iglesia Bautista San Bartolo - Mexico, Good News Church - Chisinau, Moldova

The Women's Ministry will be collecting items for OCC for the next several months.
The items for September are Personal Items for Girls, 10-14:

Head bands, hair clips, bandanas, scarves, tie dye shirt, necklace and/or bracelet, small purse, sunglasses, watch (include battery if needed)
Bring in your items to the Women's Ministry Table for this month's collection.

Family Life's Weekend to Remember is offering BOGO for their marriage getaway weekends until Sept. 19. See their website for more information!

This week: 2 Corinthians 9:8
And God is able to make all grace abound to you, so that having all sufficiency in all things at all times, you may abound in every good work.

9/18 - James 1:12-18 - Pastor Adam Polk

9/25 - James 1:19-27 - Trey Mangan
10/2 - James 2:1-13 - Pastor Adam Polk
10/9 - James 2:14-26 - Pastor Adam Polk


Brandon & Dawn Wheeler - Prayer for their family with the passing of Dawn's mother

Shirley Berkin & her mother Ruth Johnson - Ruth's health issues

Claudia Wortman - Prayer during cancer treatments

RGBC Family Military - Please remember to pray for the members of our church family who are serving in the operational military.  Tim Brosnihan, Daniel Eyres, Timothy Gass, Joe Holt, Al Palmer.

The Gibbs Family

Joe & Nicky Pelletier - Adoption process

Any guests at RGBC this week

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