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Riverstone Relaunch Preparedness - May 31, 2020

As we prepare for our return to Riverstone to gather together IN PERSON, here are some things you should know:

1-Your Parking; Our Parking And Security Team will be ready to meet you, greet you, and park you, when you return to Riverstone! Our team will even “Socially Distance” your car with wider areas between vehicles.

2 - Your Entrance; Our “Greeter Team” will welcome you back to your church. Albeit, it will be from a safe distance. The day will come when we will be able to once again hug necks, and shake hands, but that day is not May 31st. We will want to look out for one another and give each other a little space.

3 - Masks And Gloves; If you are comfortable wearing a mask and possibly, gloves, that is a very good thing. However, they are not mandatory and you need to know that many will more than likely choose not to do so.

4 - Sanitization; In addition to our “Housekeeping Team” deep cleaning our building, you’ll also find hand sanitizing stations as you enter our lobby, as well as our auditorium.

5 - Hospitality; The day will come that we are once again able to enjoy coffee and breakfast foods but that day is not May 31st. Until the time is right, we will forego these things with the safety and good health of our fellow “Stonians,” as our highest priority.

6 - Our Worship Service; You can expect wonderful praise and worship, as well as “Powerful Preaching!” That will not change. What will be adjusted is more space and room between seats, a temporary cancellation of our “Welcome Time,” and a bit more consciousness of our interaction with each other in the auditorium. Greeters wearing gloves, will open and close doors for you as you enter and exit the auditorium.

7 - Exiting The Stone; We simply encourage you to be mindful of others as you leave. There will come a day that we can hang out and fellowship inside and outside of the building as good “Stonians” do, but that day is not May 31st. When the service concludes, let’s try and contain our excitement of being back together (you can let it out and shout when you get in your vehicle) and move along to our parking lots.

 

There is much more being done to ensure that our “Riverstone Relaunch” is a great and safe success but these are just a few of the things that will help you feel comfortable and at home in your church! Each of you have been GREATLY missed and we very much looking forward to seeing you live and in person on May 31st!

 

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Welcome to the Women's Ministry of Riverstone Commmunity Church. This is an exciting season of new growth in our Women's Ministry. We will continue to provide a solid foundation of prayer, Bible Study, and discipleship while we make plans for new ministries that will meet the diverse needs of our women. Our desire is that every woman find life giving relationships, and opportunities to give and receive the personal ministry vital to a rich and vibrant life in Christ.

 

We meet for a weekly Bible Study on Wednesday nights at 7:00 pm and bi-weekly for CORE on Sundays at 9:30 am.

 

 

Current Events

 

Current Bible Study - Women & Men in the Word - SheReadsTruth.com

 

Life giving women are:

Women in prayer

Women in Bible Study

Women in fellowship

Women in service

 

Women's Ministry staff:

Cheryl Baldwin, Director

Lori Hess, Co-Director

Amanda Strickler, Co-Teacher/Women's CORE Leader

 

RCC Women's Ministry on Facebook 

 

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February 10 @ 7pm all of our classes will be back in session.

 

More of our people need to take advantage of what is offered on Wednesday nights. These classes are not for a select few but for every “Stonian”!

 

If you have never attended, or haven’t been in a long time, I encourage you to be with us this Wednesday night. It will simply be the best investment of an hour that you can make on a Wednesday. We hope to see you there!

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Our Riverstone Food Pantry Ministry is led by John and Vickie Woods. If you or someone you know is in need, please go to the church kitchen after service or speak with any of your church leaders who are here to serve.

 

If you would like to contribute to the Food Pantry Ministry, we would gratefully accept the following items. Please be mindful of expirations dates.

Canned vegetables

Cereal
Boxed dinners Dry beans
Boxed rice Can and dry milk
Pasta sauce Peanut Butter
Canned meat Jelly
Canned fruit Dry, condensed, ready to serve soup
Salt & Pepper shakers Diapers, wipes
Cooking Spray

Bath soap, Deodorant, Shampoo, Disposable razors,

Toothbrushes, Toothpaste, Toilet tissue

Vegetable oil Store gift cards to purchase perishable items

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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