Chinese Church

Clifford Lee, Pastor

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For more information, please contact
Pastor Lee at (832) 452-5338
robcchinesemission@gmail.com

Labor Day Retreat

Every year, we conduct our annual church retreat at Trinity Pines Conference Center during the Labor Day weekend. We normally arrive on Saturday and stay until Monday afternoon. 

This is an opportunity for us to spend time in fellowship as brothers and sisters in Christ while enjoying God's creation. 

During this time, we conduct regular Bible study sessions for all ages, as well as engage in the activities available at the camp such as hiking, swimming, basketball, beach volleyball, Ga-Ga ball, paddle boating, and so much more! 

We also have a special gathering on Sunday morning call "Chapel in the Woods" where we come together to worship God while embraced by the natural surroundings He created. 

Please feel free to contact us by phone, email, or message us on our Facebook page for more information on how to sign up and what to expect during retreat activities. 

We also provide a scholarship program for youth and children to be able to attend retreat through donations from sponsors within our community. 

CLICK HERE for the PDF with more information about the program.

ROBCCM Worship Safety Guidelines

UPDATED: 1/20/2021

On the evening of Tuesday, January 19th, 2021, ROBC had decided to open the church back up for in-person worship on Sunday, January 24th, 2021

As we open back up for in-person service, please make sure to read the PDF file link below for all of the guidelines we have put in place for everyone's safety. 

Note: The in-person service will be ENGLISH ONLY. Please join us on YouTube for our Chinese and Thai Translated Worship Services. 

ROBCCM Safety Guidelines - October 1, 2020 

We will still be uploading services online on the ROBC Chinese Mission YouTube Channel for those who are unable to be physically present at church. 

Thank you for understanding and we hope that everyone continues to stay safe. 

A Note from Our Pastor: COVID-19

UPDATED: 11-17-2020

We opened the doors of the Chapel on October 4, 2020 for our in-person services again.  We have tried to prepare all of the items that we need for precautions including hand sanitizer, thermometer, masks, etc.  We have rearranged the chairs to give proper spacing. 

Please read all of the guidelines on the ROBC web page: https://www.robc.org/covid19 

ROBCCM Safety Guidelines - Updated 10/1/20 

Currently, as per River Oaks Baptist Church policy, we are not encouraging those 60 years old or older to come or if you are not yet comfortable being around others.  For this, we are still having our online services on YouTube in English, Teo Chew, and Thai.  We are still looking for someone willing to translate our services in Mandarin and Cantonese.  We have not been permitted to start our lunches again, but some of you might go out together and enjoy fellowship at a local restaurant. 

Please look out for updates because there might be changes to this depending on the rules of the campus, city, county, or state. 

May God continue to find you faithful to Him as we continue to journey together in His Grace, Mercy, and Love in His Son, Jesus Christ.

Pastor Clifford Lee


 

Sunday Worship Services in the Chapel

Sunday         11:15 AM    Fellowship Time 
                     11:30 AM    Worship Service (English/Teo Chew) in the Chapel 
                       1:00 PM    Lunch in Fellowship Hall 
         
For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish, but have eternal life.   John 3:16
                                          
Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life.  No one comes to the Father except through me.”  John 14:6

 October 2021 will mark the 39th Anniversary of ROBC Chinese Mission 

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