RCCKids! October and November Events!

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October and November Events

October 1: Parenting the Internet Generation!  I will be teaching a short class at 10 am in the Fellowship Hall.  This is our Brunch Sunday, so grab some food, look over the class offerings, and come join me as we discuss this pertinent topic!

October 1: Mentoring for our Roots Leadership Team.  Bring $3 for lunch and pick up is 2:30 pm.

October 8: We will be having a Teachers’ Gathering after church in the Family Life Center.  BBQ chicken sandwiches will be provided, please bring a side!

October 11: Big Serve Mission Night!  We will be helping our Food Pantry Ministry by getting the food bags ready for distribution!  This is the last night we will be collecting peanut butter, green beans, and tuna.  There is a competition between girls and boys, so bring on the food!

October 31: Trunk or Fest, from 6-7:30 pm!  We will have more festive elements to our traditional Trunk or Treat!  We are taking candy donations at the RCC Kids! check-in station.  Ask Kameesha for other ways to pitch in!  We are hoping to have 40 cars decorated and ready to hand out candy, so let’s come together as a church to make it happen!

November 5: Mentoring for our Roots Leadership Team.  Bring $3 for lunch and pick up is 2:30 pm.

November 19: The last Sunday to drop off your Operation Christmas Child box!  We will be collecting these up until this Sunday!  This is a great way to love on a child around the world.  Get together as a family and go pick out the goodies for the box!

November 26: Family Sunday!  We will have Sunday School, but for the two worship services, enjoy worshiping as a family!

November 26: We will be having a Teachers’ Gathering after church in the Family Life Center.  BBQ chicken sandwiches will be provided, please bring a side.

Deuteronomy 6:6-9 The Message (MSG)

“Write these commandments that I’ve given you today on your hearts. Get them inside of you and then get them inside your children. Talk about them wherever you are sitting at home or walking in the street; talk about them from the time you get up in the morning to when you fall into bed at night. Tie them on your hands and foreheads as a reminder; inscribe them on the doorposts of your homes and on your city gates.”

Any Questions?  Text me!  (479) 925-5093

Kameesha Williams, RCC Children’s Director