Men’s Connect events are times of encouragement, building Godly brotherhood, and challenging one another to be more like Jesus. The next Men's Connect event is breakfast on Saturday, April 13th, at 7am at CRBC. The main dish will be provided, but you can come early to help or bring a breakfast item to share.
Upsets, underdogs, and bank shots, oh my!! The NCAA men's basketball tournament is here, and Tim Green has invited 'Men's Connect' to join him to watch opening day at Buffalo Wild Wings in the Highlands Ranch Town Center. The first games start a little after 10 am on Thursday the 21st, and he will be holding down a table for the whole day so you can come by anytime to join us!
Moms of CRBC, are you looking for a playgroup for you and your littles? We want to invite you to a time of fellowship, encouragement, and play! Please join us at the home of Kate Marble this Monday March 18th at 9:30 am. RSVP to Kate by phone or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ladies, let's do Spring cleaning a little different this year. On Saturday, March 2nd, from 1pm-3pm you can clean out your clutter and bring household items you no longer want (in good clean condition) to swap for something new (to you!). No one spends a dime. Contact Gina with any questions at email@example.com. We hope to see you there!
Grace Gathering is an event where women of our church get to connect with God and each other. We will be looking at scriptures on the topic of LOVE, having discussions, and a time of prayer. We will share a potluck brunch and do a project for our community (details to come). Click to RSVP and bring a dish to share. We hope to see you there!
Marriage is a lifelong adventure of growing together through every age and stage of life. The happiest couples are those who commit to learning skills that help them weather difficult seasons and deal confidently with relationship challenges. Family Life is having their Weekend to Remember Marriage Conference at the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs 2/15 - 2/17.
The CRBC kids ministry is doing a service project with Rice Bowls starting February 3rd and going through March 10th. Rice Bowls is an organization that helps raise money to provide food for orphaned kids. We will be passing out rice bowl “piggy banks” to the kids to fill with money and bring back by Sunday, March 10th.
Here at CRBC, we want to serve our community. Hope’s Promise is a local organization dedicated to orphan care around the world. They are moving offices, and are in need of our help to paint the interior of their building. Let's bless them by coming out in droves on Saturday, February 2nd. Please RSVP for a time slot so they are able to plan ahead. Let’s be the hands and feet of the Father and love them well!
The CRBC family consecrates the first 21 days of the year with a corporate fast and daily prayer meetings. Thoughtfully consider what you will fast, and join us for prayer each day in the sanctuary. It is our desire that everyone participate, so we have the meetings at different times for each week to fit everyone’s schedule.
This Christmas, we will take a moment to worship our King Jesus and reflect on His Incarnation! Please join us for our regularly scheduled service on December 23rd at 10 am and a special candlelight service on Christmas Eve at 5 pm. We look forward to celebrating the Incarnation with you!
Kids and families, join us for a special Christmas Party on Saturday, December 22nd, at the church from 1-4pm. Bring the whole family to this open house style event, so come and go as your schedule allows. There will be cookies to decorate, games to play, and an ornament craft to make. Snacks and drinks will also be provided. Please click to RSVP so we can be sure to have enough materials!
Date days can be hard to organize sometimes, and babysitters can be difficult to procure. Some ladies at CRBC want to bless you by allowing you to drop off your children age 0 - 10 and enjoy a little time for shopping or a date. The children will make crafts, play games, have a snack. Please sign your children up for the event and fill out the consent forms at the Welcome Desk. You must sign up to be able to participate so make sure to do that soon!
The official start of the holiday season is almost here, and we will kick it off by decorating the church for Christmas. This is a family event, and everyone is invited. Join us on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, Nov. 24th, from 9-noon to deck the halls and sip some Christmas tea!
Operation Christmas Child - This is a program that provides Christmas Gifts to the under privileged children in 3rd World Countries. CRBC partners with Samaritan's Purse to build and fill Christmas boxes. Boxes will be available to be picked up, filled with gifts, and returned by November 11th. For more information email Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We would like to do a Women's Connect Fall Craft Event on Saturday, October 27 in the Cafe area from 1-3pm (with a little time before and after for set up/clean up).
Details for the event:
Ladies, join us for a Fall Craft Event where we will gather together and make a fall-themed wreath.
What to bring:
-foam wreath (about 14" across)
-a skein of yarn
-3-5 fake flower picks
(choose the yarn and flowers color/style that works for you)
Tools for assembling the wreath will be available to use at the event.
If you have any questions, please contact Mackenzie Grimme.
Date Of Event : 10/27/2018
Time: 1:0:0 PM
Men’s Connect events are times of encouragement, building Godly brotherhood, and challenging one another to be more like Jesus. The next Men's Connect event is breakfast on Saturday, October 13th, at 7am at CRBC. The main dish will be provided, but you can come early to help or bring a breakfast item to share.
Be sure to bring the kids and come check out vehicles of all shapes, sizes and duties. The lineup of vehicles includes police cars and trucks, firetrucks, construction vehicles, military vehicles and much more! We will have a table set up to hand out fun items to kids, and be available for ministry opportunities. We'd love to see you there! If you are interested in volunteering to work the booth for a short time, please contact Kim Trowell, email@example.com and she can answer any questions you may have.
We would love to have brunch with you all and discuss some of the takeaways from the Aspire conference. If you did not attend the conference still please feel free to join us! We will provide the coffee and the egg dish, please feel free to bring a side or drinks.
Contact Mandy Brammer for more details. firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for our church picnic on Sunday September 2nd. Church is cancelled this day so head over to Wrangler Park located in the Terrain neighborhood. CRBC will provide pulled pork, and paper goods. Please bring a side to share and your own drinks and chairs. There is a pavilion and some tables available. We can't wait to see you there.
This event is a Q&A time for students and parents who have been effected by the loss of Micah Sparks. Several counselors will be answering questions and helping us all start the healing process. The event will be held at Castle Rock Bible Church, 1733 South Perry St. Castle Rock, CO 80104 from 6pm to 7:30pm.
Project 54 is a fundraising event of the Wilderness Ministry Institute. Teams from around the country pick one of Colorado's 54 14ers to hike and ask for folks to sponsor their hike. This year we will be climbing Mt Princeton on August 25th. Please consider participating by joining our team or by donating to the cause. There is some nice swag for the teams that raise the most funds, so sign up today! To sign up, go to wildernessministry.org and look for Team Mt. Princeton. For questions or more info, email Steve Solita at email@example.com.
Come join us for the third annual bike parade. The kids will spend time decorating their bikes at the church, eat some snacks and then ride over to Brookside nursing home to provide a parade for the residents. its such a fun celebration for the kids and the residents. The residents come out with noisemakers while the kids show off their skills and decorated bikes. At the end we visit with the residents while we eat some popsicles.