Rockford Reformed Church Weekly News: Jan 5-11, 2020
We need your photos! It's time to update our church directory, so if we don't have your family photo yet, or if you want to update what we currently have, please get it to the front office asap! They don't need to be formal portraits, just a photo with a nice, clear view of everyone's faces. If digital, please send the full-size photo to connect@rockfordrc.org. Thanks!
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new Women's Tuesday Bible Study
Begins Tuesday, January 7, 9:30am in Room 212
The Women's Tuesday Bible Study will be starting a new book - The Christian & Obedience: Living Daily in God's Grace by Bill Bright. Description: Many Christians are frustrated, defeated, and fruitless because they are not walking in obedience to the Lord Jesus. Obedience to our Lord is the natural and spiritual outgrowth of our faith. Obeying God demonstrates our love for Him and results in many personal and spiritual blessings. In this study you will discover: why it is so important to obey God, how to obey God from your heart, how to be secure in your fellowship with God, how to live daily in God's grace, why you need not fear what others think of you.
Discovery Class
Sunday, January 12 & 19, 5-7pm.
If you are thinking about membership with Rockford Reformed Church, or if you just want to learn more about us, this class is for you! Attending class in no way obligates you to join. We will explain the basic beliefs and bac kground of the Reformed Church in America and answer any questions regar ding our worship, ministry, or doctrine. Dinner will be provided. Childcare available if needed. Registration required. Please c ontact the office ( connect@rockfordrc.org , 616-866-2308) if you would like to participate.
new Adult Single Ladies' Lunch
Saturday, January 25, 1pm, The Red Bird Bistro and Grill.
Each month we meet at a restaurant, then head back to church for games and dessert in the Fireside Room. Please RSVP with Carol Knox.
Ladies' Book Club
Thursday, January 30, 7-8:30pm, Fireside Room.
The Ladies Book Club is always open to new faces! We typically meet the last Thursday of the month at 7pm in the Fireside Room (may be adjusted due to holidays). This is not a Bible study or religious book study – books from a wide variety of genres are picked. January's book is The Reckoning by John Grisham.
Organic Outreach Workshop
Saturday, February 1, 9am-4pm at RRC.
Come join other Christ-followers from other local churches at the Organic Outreach for Ordinary People Workshop. Together, we’ll join hearts and minds for a day of inspiration, fun, collaboration and practical insights. Learn more and register here .
New: A signup sheet will be available in the sanctuary.
Life Groups
A Life Group is a small group of 8-12 people that focuses on three priorities – sharing, study, and support. Life Group members will commit to meet together at least every other week through the school season—and even better, through the summer. We call these “Life Groups” because they are focused on (1) helping us grow in our life in Christ and (2) sharing life together. If you are interested in joining a life group or starting one up, please contact our Life Group Coordinator, Pam Jacobs .