On this day of reverence we prepare ourselves for the season of Lent leading to Holy Week, the Cross and Easter Day Resurrection. We are offering 3 service times on February 14th, so please join us for a time of worship, prayer, and the imposition of ashes in the chapel. (Not the sanctuary)
Do you love to memorize scripture? Do you love competing?
Then ROBC's Bible Drill is for YOU!
Join our 2017-18 Team Today!
When: Mondays, November 6 - April 7, 3:30-4:45pm
Where: Fellowship Hall next to the Sanctuary
Questions? Contact Michelle Richey email@example.com
Please register your child using the form on the Children's page.
International Neighbors ESL Class
Fellowship Hall, 10:30AM-12:30PM
Teacher - Sharon Mattox-Gemici
Come and build your conversational English skills with ladies from many countries. This free class is open to the community.
|We gather in the Commons Dining Room, 9:30 - 10:30am|
| This year's theme: Keeping Hope Alive: Radical Courage in Daily Life
A Relation Bible Study for Women
|“God’s mercies are new every morning…” , Lamentations 3:22|
ROBC Prayer Ministry meets every Wednesday
If you sense the Holy Spirit leading you to broaden your prayer life, we hope you will become a part of the ROBC Prayer Ministry. The Living God is calling His people, called by His name, to intercede for the needs of His world. The group will be praying for our church, its members, and our contemporary "Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria and even to the remotest part of the Earth." Acts 1:8
We will meet weekly in the chapel Wednesday mornings at 8:30AM. This is super casual. Come in workout clothes or on your way to work. And if you can only be there for a bit, no problem. Just come and go as you can. We are incredibly excited about strengthening the prayer ministry in the life of our church.
We will also meet weekly in the church office at 9:30AM, prior to Sunday 10:00AM Worship. We hope you will join us during one or both of these dates!
God's people at ROBC have provided hands-on relief to urgent and immediate needs in our church and in the broader community of our city. You have responded with compassion. We have seen Christ in the storm iin helping hands and loving expressions of care and concern.
There will be other needs in the future; finding housing, rehabilitating damaged homes, food and sustenance. Who know what needs will surface. So that we may continue to respond in loving ways, we have initiated a Harvey Flood Relief Fund. You can give to help others find relief in the midst of their putting their life back together. You can place donations in the offering earmarked for the Harvey Flood Relief Fund.
This storm has affected us all in some way, and has shown us what church really means. Because of that we want to tell our church's stories. Please see our Blog page as our members share their personal stories of how Harvey impacted their families.
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
Saturdays in 2018 from 8:45AM-12:00PM
January 20, February 17, March 17, April 21, May 19, June 23
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.