This Sunday's Sermon
Sunday, April 25, 10:00 AM
Sanctuary (In-Person); Facebook & YouTube (Online)
"The Ministry of Reconciliation"
Ephesians 4:1-6, 25-32; Matthew 18:15-20; 2 Corinthians 5:16-21
Controlling our emotions, listening to one another, seeking each other out are all parts of how Christians are to experience life with one another in the church. But more than anything else, our unity is based on a reconciliation Christ accomplished for us with God the Father, a reconciliation we in turn offer to one another.
Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, April 25th at 10:00 AM for IN-PERSON and ONLINE WORSHIP:
Please note: You DO NOT need a personal Facebook account to view the ROBC livestream services.
If you have children at home, feel free to print the age-appropriate Children’s Worship Guides for them to complete:
Quarterly Church Conference
There will be a Quarterly Church Conference on Sunday, April 25th immediately following worship in the Sanctuary. Bible Study for all ages will follow the church conference.
Letter to the ROBC Family - April 23
Following the events of the weekend of April 9-11, and the decision of Daniel Headrick to withdraw his name from consideration for the position of senior pastor of ROBC, the Deacons and church staff have met on two occasions to begin the dialogue on the next steps for ROBC. There have been open and encouraging conversations with the Deacons, staff and members of the ROBC Pastor Search Committee and these discussions will continue in the coming weeks. It is the hope of the Deacons and staff that all discussions going forward will be caring and productive in helping ROBC begin to move ahead with not only a new process for finding a senior pastor but also the continued mission and ministries God has given to this congregation.
The Deacons and church staff also wish to thank the members of the Pastor Search Committee for their work over the past two years. Thank you for your dedication, long hours of deliberation and your unmistakable love for ROBC and its members. You are cherished leaders of this church community.
Patricia F. Legler Gregory M. Stahl
ROBC Diaconate Chair Associate Pastor