Women’s Book Club

The RPCB Women’s Book Club will meet on Tuesday evening, February 6 at 6:30 PM, at the home of Angie Styles. We will enjoy a fellowship meal together and then discuss Much Ado about Nothing by William Shakespeare. We welcome all women age 18 or older. Please join us! A signup sheet is available in the foyer.

Women’s Study

A seven week women’s study on the Names of God by Tony Evans will begin Thursday, February 8, 10:00 AM at Sue Stough’s. For those who can’t make a daytime study, the same study will be on Monday night February 12, beginning at 7:30 PM at Sue Stough’s as well.

New Book At Saturday AM Men’s Study

If you’ve been thinking about joining our bi-weekly men’s book study (every other Saturday morning, 8:30 AM at the Colemans), now is the perfect time to start. We’ll be starting a new book on February 17 titled Fool’s Talk: Recovering the Art of Christian Persuasion by Os Guinness. Please let Mike know if you would like him to order the book for you.
Dinner To Honor The Colemans Please mark your calendars for Sunday evening, March 18. We will be having a special church dinner that evening to honor Pastor Coleman and Barbara for their faithful service to us for more than 32 years. Pastor Coleman has been our only senior pastor since the founding of the church in 1985. As he transitions to a new role, we want to mark the occasion by thanking him for shepherding us well for all these years, and to acknowledge Barbara’s invaluable contribution to the life of the body. We will provide details later. If you know someone who has been part of our congregation in the past and who may want to come, please let them know. Just to be sure there’s no confusion: this is most assuredly NOT a retirement or farewell dinner. Thankfully, Pastor Coleman isn’t going anywhere and has much work left to do!

Supper Club

Supper Clubs are back! These are a great way to get to know members of the church in a smaller social setting. Groups of around six to eight adults (a mixture of couples and singles) meet, according to their own schedules, one to four times in a six-month period, usually with each “unit” hosting or arranging one of the meetings. The meeting place, time, activities, and arrangements are based on what is most convenient for your group. Now is the time to set up the groups for the next few months, so if you want to enjoy getting to know the person sitting next to you a little better, put your name on the signup sheet in the foyer.