Community outreach opportunities sometimes look a little different than you might expect. Join Diana Samples on Thursday, August 29th in the CRBC cafe from 6pm-7:30pm as she teaches the basics of face painting. CRBC is invited to several community events throughout the year; face painting would be a useful, fun way for us to minister to the children and young people who attend.
A Family Time Training event is designed for parents and grandparents to hear the Biblical message of home discipleship, be encouraged with creative ways to make that happen in their own homes, and see Family Time Training activities demonstrated. All families will leave with free activities to get started right away, with the option to purchase more resources if they are interested.
Come join us for the fourth annual bike parade on July 13th. Families, come to the church at 9am with your bikes (or strollers/wagons) to decorate your rides. Then we will all parade down the road to Brookside and spend some time with the residents there. Snacks and drinks will be available. You won't want to miss it! Please click to RSVP to help us make sure we have enough supplies.
We would like to hold a special time for our CRBC kids volunteers to get together to learn from and encourage each other. Meet in the Gray Room on Sunday, May 19th, after church (about 11:45/12pm) for lunch and connecting with others. If you would like to become a CRBC kids volunteer, please join us and we will get you connected. Lunch and childcare will be provided, so please click to RSVP so we can plan accordingly. Thank you for serving our kids!
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 this Monday, May 13th at Kate Marble’s house at 9:30 am. For more info, contact Kate Marble at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have been given the unique opportunity to show the new Pilgrim's Progress movie at CRBC for free before it even hits theaters! Join us on Saturday, April 6th, from 3-5pm for this family-friendly prerelease. We hope to see you there!
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 email@example.com
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!
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, firstname.lastname@example.org and she can answer any questions you may have.
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.