Events

ROBC On the Move to the Commons . . .

Beginning Sunday, July 9 through July 30
10:00AM Worship Service in the Commons

We are almost ready to Worship in a different room on our campus, as the scaffolding is in place.  It allows access to remove and install the main HVAC air handler for the Sanctuary.  The work is schedule for July 5 through July 30.

During this time, Sunday morning worship will meet in the Commons Building for the Sundays of July 9, 16, 23 and 30.  Our schedule will stay the same for the summer.  These days can provide some exciting opportunities for us.

Visitors - we will have greeters outside to guide you to the Commons for Worship.
We look forward to seeing you in July!


 

Youth Group Lunch with Blake Every Tuesday this Summer

 

This Summer the ROBC youth are bringing back their lunch series.  Every Tuesday at 12:30 we will be meeting up at a different Houston staple for lunch together.  We hope to see you there.

 

 

 

 


 

Church Conference

 

3rd Quarter Church Conference
Sunday, July 23 Following Worship 
In the Commons

 


 

Children's Ministry Field Trip to the Houston Zoo

Date:   Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Where:   Houston Zoo     *We will meet at the front entrance.

Time:    9:45 AM - 12:45 PM

Come join us for a fun morning of visiting God’s beautiful animals at the Houston Zoo! Get ready for a fun adventure!  Ticket and lunch will be provided.

E-mail Michelle at mrichey@robc.org to join.

 


 

Monthly Mission Opportunity

CCSC's Southwest Emergency Services
(food pantry services)

St. Luke's United Methodist Church, Gethsemane Campus
6856 Bellaire Boulevard  Houston, TX 77074 

 

2017 Saturdays from 8:45AM-12:00PM
Jan. 14, Feb. 11, Mar. 11, Apr. 8, May 13,  June 17, July 15, Aug. 12, Sept. 16, Oct. 14, Nov. 11, Dec. 16   

River Oaks Baptist and St. Paul Presbyterian Churches are teaming up to serve in the food pantry.  Southwest Emergency Services serves clients in crisis who live in zip codes 77031, 77036, 77072 and 77074 by providing a five day supply of food for people experiencing hunger or food insecurity.  Clients can also be referred to other agencies for long-term assistance.  The food pantry managers and dedicated volunteers come from local Christian churches in the area.  

If you are interested in helping, please contact Czarena Siebert at czarena.siebert@hp.com.  She can give you the necessary training materials for the varous volunteer positions, or you may show up and shadow an ROBC volunteer.  All are welcome, so bring a friend!  This is also a fun and rewarding way for young people to earn community service hours.