RLC News for You
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-Annual Ice Cream and Fireworks Social: Mon July 3 at 8:00 pm
Help Send RLC Kids to Camp
Our Synod has recommended that our youth attend St Crispins Summer Camp. There are families in our congregation that would love take advantage of this opportunity, but they are in need of financial aid. The sessions cost $365 for older youth and $120 for younger youth.
If you have fond memories of church camp, we hope you can help; any amount would be appreciated. Please mark your contribution, "Summer Camp Scholarship."
Thank you for your support.
Pastor Mark: Health Update
Thanks to everyone for your words of support, prayers and gifts to help with out of pocket medical expenses for Pastor Mark’s Prostate surgery.
He had his procedure at 1:30 PM on Friday, June 16 at Integris Hospital in Edmond. It was an outpatient procedure called Brachytherapy, which is a fancy name for having radioactive seeds implanted in his prostate. He is taking off June 16-25 for rest and recovery.
Special Prayer Time on Wednesdays from 6-7 pm
Are you in need of more fuel for your faith, more fire of God’s presence and more impact of living your faith out in the world? Then, come and join us for an hour of prayer each Wednesday night during the summer. We will start June 7 and there will not be a meeting June 21.
Each week there will be a short devotion (fuel), prayer for a fresh fill of the Holy Spirit (fire) and a time of prayer for each other, our loved ones, our church, our community and our world (outward release). Come, as we seek to maximize God’s power in our individual lives and in our church.
There will be weeks Pastor Mark will be gone. We will try to let you know with good lead time if there will not be a prayer meeting on any given Wednesday.
We had a full theater for the private screening for the movie, Martin Luther: The Idea that Changed the World, at AMC Yukon on June 22. Peter Cox did a brief welcome. The movie examined Martin Luther's quest for truth while answering questions that we all must face such as "Who am I?", "What is my purpose" and "How do I get right with God/" The rousing adventure story of Martin Luther's life, following his bold quest for truth—a journey that reshaped the church and the world.
Feeding the Hungry Who Stop By
We have people stopping by RLC looking for food, gas money, etc. Our larder is empty and we could use help refilling it. Please consider donating small non-perishable items such as bottle water, snacks, food that can be eaten without heating or cooking, etc. Just place your items in the large yellow box in the Fellowship Hall. Thank you.
Mission of the Month for June
Check back for more information on what's planned for June.
Pastor Mark is facing some unexpected medical costs this summer, and we can help. If you have items to donate, Katherine Dawson is collecting things to sell online and the proceeds are going to help offset these costs. If you have appliances, household items, furniture, machinery or other items that people may be interested in buying, please contact Katherine. She will take care of the listing and sale. We would like to cover as much of the $3500 out-of-pocket expense as we can.
You are Welcome Here!
We are seniors, young parents, teens, children, married, and single. We are from different places and different religious backgrounds.
We come together to worship, to help and support one another and to serve our community.
We offer three services. Choose the one that is best for you:
4:30 PM: Traditional/relaxed service
9:15 AM: Traditional service
10:30 AM: Sunday school
11:15 AM: Contemporary service
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