Red Village Church https://www.redvillagechurch.com where a wooden cross and an empty tomb mean everything Thu, 16 Jan 2020 15:42:58 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.3.2 https://www.redvillagechurch.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/cropped-icon-32x32.png Red Village Church https://www.redvillagechurch.com 32 32 Where a wooden cross and an empty tomb mean everything Red Village Church clean Red Village Church webmaster@redvillagechurch.com webmaster@redvillagechurch.com (Red Village Church) Copyright © Red Village Church Weekly sermon audio from Red Village Church in Madison, Wisconsin. Red Village Church http://i1167.photobucket.com/albums/q640/bstritesky/Podcast%20Images/rvcrss-144x144_zpsb9f65692.jpg https://www.redvillagechurch.com/blog/ 168686715 How to be a good small group attender https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2020/how-to-be-a-good-small-group-attender/ https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2020/how-to-be-a-good-small-group-attender/#respond Thu, 16 Jan 2020 14:00:00 +0000 https://www.redvillagechurch.com/?p=4538 As a church we think it is important to be involved in one of our small groups. In small groups we are able to live in a tight knit community with others to help each other grow in our walk with Christ. Because small groups are important and can be a real catalyst for growth it is important for the ... Read More

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As a church we think it is important to be involved in one of our small groups. In small groups we are able to live in a tight knit community with others to help each other grow in our walk with Christ. Because small groups are important and can be a real catalyst for growth it is important for the glory of God and for the joy of the entire group to be the best attenders that we can be. Below is a list of 10 things to set your heart toward as you participate in a small group!

  1. Come on time and be sensitive about when to leave
  2. Help with food and even offer to bring the main dish
  3. Help clean up before you leave
  4. Pray for the small group leader and family
  5. Seek to get to know everyone in your group
  6. Help care for children that might be present
  7. Be committed to coming every time the group meets
  8. Find ways to encourage the leader/host
  9. Be involved in discussion while also letting others be involved
  10. Humbly seek to use your time, treasures, and talents to serve the group 

What other things would you add to this list?

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Celebrating 10 Years of RVC–Steve Jacobs https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2020/celebrating-10-years-at-rvc-steve-jacobs/ https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2020/celebrating-10-years-at-rvc-steve-jacobs/#comments Mon, 13 Jan 2020 14:00:00 +0000 https://www.redvillagechurch.com/?p=4517 (This is post is part of a series of blogs we will be doing throughout 2020 as we prepare for our 10 year anniversary at RVC that we will celebrate on 12/5/20. To search under the tag “RVC 10 years” to read other post in this series) I started attending Red Village Church in February of 2011.  At that time, ... Read More

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(This is post is part of a series of blogs we will be doing throughout 2020 as we prepare for our 10 year anniversary at RVC that we will celebrate on 12/5/20. To search under the tag “RVC 10 yearsto read other post in this series)

I started attending Red Village Church in February of 2011.  At that time, I had just moved back to Madison from the Appleton area.  An Appleton area pastor friend named Jon Wells recommended Red Village Church to me.  Pastor Jon and Pastor Aaron Jozwiak knew one another from connections they had while in Green Bay together.

A little background about me: I grew up in Menasha, Wisconsin which is on the north shore of Lake Winnebago and a little bit south of Green Bay.  I was raised Catholic and our family went to church every Sunday.  I served as an altar boy for a while and my Dad served as an usher in the church for many years.  I always believed in God as a Creator; but, for most of my life, I had a very poor understanding of our need for Jesus.  It wasn’t until I was 45 years old when two Texas pastors, Pastor Jon Wells and Pastor Brad Strand, shared the gospel with me that I really began to understand what Christianity is all about.

I think of the first 45 years of my life as having head knowledge about Christianity but it wasn’t something I believed with my heart.  Because of the two Texas pastors sharing the gospel with me on September 13, 2008, the Bible and other Christian literature that I started to read around that time, and the work of the Holy Spirit, Christianity became real to me.  It was no longer just a head knowledge kind of belief.  It was real.

Evangelism is something I would never of thought of doing in a million years prior to the two Texas pastors sharing the gospel with me; but, after Christianity moved that short distance from my head to my heart, I began to think more about how I could share my faith with others.  I believe God gifts each of us in different ways and I’ve always been a better writer than a speaker; so, I began to write.  It’s been amazing to me to watch my own faith grow since 2008 and see myself write things that I could never have imagined writing years ago.  My prayer is that people would be encouraged by the things that I have written and that others too could experience, just as I did, that incredible journey as Christ makes that short yet transformative journey from your head to your heart.

You can read some of the written attempts that I have made in sharing my faith on my Weebly Unknown Evangelist blog.  Late in 2011, I had dinner with a work friend of mine and shared my faith with him that night.  The things I spoke about with him ended up in what I like to call my “Cord of Three Strands” letter that is included on the Weebly blog.  The letter is addressed to my musical friend and encourager, Hugo Kons.  Hugo Kons passed away just this year so I would like to dedicate this little blog post to him if I could.  I also would like to take the time to thank Pastor Jon Wells and Pastor Brad Strand for caring enough about me to share the gospel with me back in September of 2008.  Without those two Texas pastors, Christianity may have never made that journey from my head to my heart.  For those that know me, the name Lily was used in my “Cord of Three Strands” letter because “Marilyn” was concerned about internet security when I shared it online.

Just like two Texas pastors made an incredible impact in my life, never underestimate the difference that you can make in someone else’s life by sharing the gospel with them.  Whether you are a better writer or a better speaker, use the gifts that God has given you to shine the light of Christ into the lives of the people around you.  I’ve been sharing online for well over six years now and it can get discouraging at times; but, don’t give up.  Even if you meet a wall of silence like I did, your efforts are not in vain.  What is the value of even one person’s soul?  As the great bluegrass evangelist Bill Monroe, born on September 13, 1911 in Rosine, Kentucky once put it, “What would you give in exchange for your soul?”

For what will it profit a man if he gains the whole world and forfeits his soul? Or what shall a man give in return for his soul? Matthew 16:26 (ESV)

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Habits of Grace Seminar https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2020/habits-of-grace-seminar/ https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2020/habits-of-grace-seminar/#comments Sat, 11 Jan 2020 21:17:58 +0000 https://www.redvillagechurch.com/?p=4532 We are excited to announce that David Mathis, who is the Executive Editor of Desiring God will be leading a seminar for us on March 20-21 revolving around the various spiritual disciplines God has given to us in His Word. The seminar will be free and we will be giving away a free copy, while supplies last, of David’s book ... Read More

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We are excited to announce that David Mathis, who is the Executive Editor of Desiring God will be leading a seminar for us on March 20-21 revolving around the various spiritual disciplines God has given to us in His Word. The seminar will be free and we will be giving away a free copy, while supplies last, of David’s book “Habits of Grace” to those who pre-register HERE!

*David will also be preaching at RVC on that Sunday!

Schedule

Friday:

session 1– 7:00-9:00 pm

Saturday:

Breakfast — 9:00-10:00 am

Session 2–10:00-12:00 pm

Lunch—12:00-1:30 pm

*childcare will be available during each session for children ages infant to 5 years old. Space will be limited.

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Celebrating 10 Years of RVC—Justin Bond https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2020/celebrating-10-years-of-rvc-justin-bond/ https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2020/celebrating-10-years-of-rvc-justin-bond/#respond Thu, 09 Jan 2020 15:48:35 +0000 https://www.redvillagechurch.com/?p=4527 (This is post is part of a series of blogs we will be doing throughout 2020 as we prepare for our 10 year anniversary at RVC that we will celebrate on 12/5/20. To search under the tag “RVC 10 years” to read other post in this series) “Remember that at one time you were separated from Christ. . .having no ... Read More

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Remember that at one time you were separated from Christ. . .having no hope and without God in the world.” Without God in the world, our view of the world becomes bleak. Without a divine creator, we realize that we came from minuscule particles near deep sea vents, and have no significance outside of the significance we bestow on ourselves. Of course, faith in a creator and evolution are not necessarily opposed to one another(many devout Christians hold this tension); however the theory of evolution that works as a worldview, completely independent of divine intervention, leaves one in a bleak world indeed. We are left without the resources to defend or place meaning into those things which we hold most dear: Justice, the strong defending the weak, beauty, moral goodness, righteousness, or love. Since there is no creator, we have to assume that these are social constructs and although we may wish others to also appreciate and follow our beliefs, we mustn’t and cannot force them upon others because, as we know, all truth is relative. You have yours and I have mine, and let us keep that straight! However as we think more about this, we realize that this argument doesn’t hold water; we do want others to hold to our beliefs because we do believe them to actually true.  Again and again we run into an objective moral reality that exists outside of us, that we cannot escape, even through gallons of philosophy and reason. We find ourselves in an age of longing, an age of wondering what the purpose of our lives are, an age where Mumford and Sons say we are “Hopeless Wanderers”. 

Into this secular age, the Gospel continues to trumpet its message. We learn from history that Jesus Christ was a real man that really walked the earth, was really crucified, and according to those closest to him and droves of other Jews and gentiles, rose again from the grave. History peaks into his tomb and we see that it is still empty. We hurl heavy grenades at the Bible, especially at the historicity and accuracy of the New Testament but find it be a sturdy vessel, capable of withstanding much shrapnel. As we continue to peer into Christianity we are surprised to see it is not only intellectually legitimate but carries resources within it that are able to transform individuals and subsequently families and entire societies. 

At the age of 21 I faced a minor(or maybe major) existential crisis, being bombarded with the easily answerable questions of, “What is the purpose of life?”, “What is the reason behind any of my actions?” and “Is there any meaning to any of this?” This led that that 21 year  old to attend Buddhist seminars, transcendental meditation sessions, and led him to dive headfirst into the New Age movement. One of the most compelling authors in this religion was Neal Donald Walsh, with his trilogy called Conversations with God, where he claimed to be speaking with God himself. However, Neal did make some errors, he included Bible verses throughout his books. Like flaming javelins these various verses would leap from the page and lodge themselves in me. Around this time a childhood friend reached out to me and asked, “Hey wanna check out this church with me?” Having thought I couldn’t sink any lower, I said, “Of course.” What I didn’t anticipate was how this decision would shake all the world-views I had previously constructed. There stood the pastor, donned in his newest red, Badger T-shirt, bespectacled and speaking in a way that touched on divine realities but was delivered in such a way where mere mortals could understand.  That morning he defended the biblical sex ethic, sex is to be only within marriage between a man and a women. He may as well been speaking Mandarin because his message collided against the hookup culture(that I had wholeheartedly embraced) and the idea that truth is relative, unique to each individual. Could what he be saying be objectively true? Like true for me and true for you? But could it be true for him too? I knew intrinsically that it was, which was exciting but would later lead to terror. It became clear that if what he taught was objectively true, then other true truths must exist.

This dear friend invited me back to church again and again. I began imbibing all I could, as a dried sponge does when run under fresh water. One week the pastor printed off a copy of Paul’s letter to the church in Colossae and like Gollum who rediscovered his precious, I clutched that wood pulp, stashing it in my top dresser drawer, greedily reading and rereading the ancient texts. After months of exposure to Christianity there came a moment of decision. I had read enough of the Bible to understand the character of this God: He demanded integrity, honesty, love for thy neighbor and enemies, giving away of one’s own hard earned money(!), and ultimately a love for Him. Squinting into my past, I knew I came up short in every area, and actually lived perpendicular to his character, taking advantage of people, always putting the needs of myself above theirs, and having no heart to love Him. I had read that this God also wanted to be in a living, breathing relationship with me. This was too much to fathom. So as I lay in a mosquito infested rundown church, feeling the weight of my wrongs searing upon my conscience I uttered a simple prayer, “God if you are real, you can have my life and use it. I have made a mess of it.” Words do a poor job of portraying the experience that came over me but I will try: The dark cloud that had hovered over me, drenching me with a slow drizzle, lifted, light and life came into my eyes,  the shame and guilt that suffocated me evaporated, and for the next week I spoke very little, delighting in and pondering the treasure that God had given me. I later realized that what occurred that night, was that I was given God’s Spirit,  I had come to trust in an alien righteousness, that from his Son, and that I was adopted into God’s family both now and forevermore. 

“What shall I render the Lord for all his benefits to me?. . . I will sing to the Lord as long as I live. I will sing praise to my God while I have being. . . Bless the Lord on my soul! Praise the Lord!”

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Next Steps Class https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2019/next-steps-class/ https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2019/next-steps-class/#respond Sun, 22 Dec 2019 20:12:00 +0000 https://www.redvillagechurch.com/?p=4499 Interested in learning more about RVC? Our church history? Our beliefs? Our goals? How to get more involved? What it means to be a member? If so, join us at our “Next Steps Class” where we will answer all of those questions and more! Our next class is scheduled for January 12th right after the church service. Lunch will be ... Read More

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Interested in learning more about RVC? Our church history? Our beliefs? Our goals? How to get more involved? What it means to be a member? If so, join us at our “Next Steps Class” where we will answer all of those questions and more! Our next class is scheduled for January 12th right after the church service. Lunch will be provided.

If you are also in need of childcare please email Aaron@RedVillageChurch.com.

(The class typically last around 2 hours)

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Fighting the Winter Blues https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2019/fighting-the-winter-blues/ https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2019/fighting-the-winter-blues/#respond Fri, 20 Dec 2019 10:17:00 +0000 https://www.redvillagechurch.com/?p=4507 Now that winter is officially upon on us let’s set our hearts to fight against the winter blues. Below are 10 ways to fight the good fight of faith this winter season! Practice spiritual disciplines (Bible Reading, Prayer, Scripture Memory, Living in Community, etc.) Lament the feelings of loneliness and isolation while longing for Christ to return to make all ... Read More

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Now that winter is officially upon on us let’s set our hearts to fight against the winter blues. Below are 10 ways to fight the good fight of faith this winter season!

  1. Practice spiritual disciplines (Bible Reading, Prayer, Scripture Memory, Living in Community, etc.)
  2. Lament the feelings of loneliness and isolation while longing for Christ to return to make all things new.
  3. Care for your body with exercise and eating healthy.
  4. Practice hospitality by having people into your home.
  5. Look for ways to care for others who are struggling with the winter blues.
  6. Be intentional with your calendar to schedule indoor and outdoor activities (Outdoor: skating, sleding, skiing, ice fishing. Indoor: board game nights, movie nights, reading, etc)
  7. Put yourself in positions to find laughter and seek to remove yourself from positions where you find discouragement.
  8. Do not be a slave to your feelings or your emotions, but speak the truth of the Scriptures to your heart.
  9. Be honest with others when you are struggling.
  10. Look for the glory of God on display throughout winter! As an example in Matthew 6 we are called to look to the birds to see how God provides for them. This winter as you see birds in the air remember that your glorious God is still providing for them even in the winter.

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January Prayer Meetings https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2019/january-prayer-meetings/ https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2019/january-prayer-meetings/#respond Mon, 16 Dec 2019 20:17:00 +0000 https://www.redvillagechurch.com/?p=4501 To start the new year we will be having a series of prayer meetings to pray for God’s blessings on our church in 2020. These prayer meetings will be held at various places and various times throughout the Madison area. If you are interested in joining a prayer meeting or hosting one please email Trevor@RedVillageChurch.com For this reason I bow my knees before the Father,15 from whom every family in heaven and on earth is named,16 that according to the riches of his glory he may grant you to be strengthened withpower through his Spirit in your inner being,17 so that Christ may dwell in your hearts through faith—that you, being rooted andgrounded in love,18 may have strength to comprehend with all the saints what is the breadth andlength and height and depth,19 and to know the love of Christ that surpasses knowledge, that you may be filledwith all the fullness of God. 20 Now to him who is able to do far more abundantly than all that we ask or think,according to the power at work within us,21 to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations,forever and ever. Amen. Ephesians 3:14-21 ESV

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To start the new year we will be having a series of prayer meetings to pray for God’s blessings on our church in 2020. These prayer meetings will be held at various places and various times throughout the Madison area. If you are interested in joining a prayer meeting or hosting one please email Trevor@RedVillageChurch.com

For this reason I bow my knees before the Father,15 from whom every family in heaven and on earth is named,16 that according to the riches of his glory he may grant you to be strengthened withpower through his Spirit in your inner being,17 so that Christ may dwell in your hearts through faith—that you, being rooted andgrounded in love,18 may have strength to comprehend with all the saints what is the breadth andlength and height and depth,19 and to know the love of Christ that surpasses knowledge, that you may be filledwith all the fullness of God.

20 Now to him who is able to do far more abundantly than all that we ask or think,according to the power at work within us,21 to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations,forever and ever. Amen. Ephesians 3:14-21 ESV

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Christmas Eve Service https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2019/christmas-eve-service/ https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2019/christmas-eve-service/#respond Fri, 13 Dec 2019 20:11:00 +0000 https://www.redvillagechurch.com/?p=4497 Join us on Christmas Eve at 5:00 pm for a traditional Christmas Eve service!

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Join us on Christmas Eve at 5:00 pm for a traditional Christmas Eve service!

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Missions Offering https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2019/missions-offering-2/ https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2019/missions-offering-2/#respond Wed, 11 Dec 2019 13:30:14 +0000 https://www.redvillagechurch.com/?p=4481 This Sunday our entire offering will be given to foreign missions. We encourage you to prayerfully consider how you can generously give to this offering!

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This Sunday our entire offering will be given to foreign missions. We encourage you to prayerfully consider how you can generously give to this offering!

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Staff Meet and Greet https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2019/staff-meet-and-greet/ https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2019/staff-meet-and-greet/#respond Fri, 06 Dec 2019 22:11:41 +0000 https://www.redvillagechurch.com/?p=4472 New to RVC and would like to learn more about us? If so, join us at our Staff Meet and Greet that will take place right after our worship service on December 15th. At the meet and greet you will learn more about RVC, our history, how to get plugged in and have a time for questions. The meet and ... Read More

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New to RVC and would like to learn more about us? If so, join us at our Staff Meet and Greet that will take place right after our worship service on December 15th. At the meet and greet you will learn more about RVC, our history, how to get plugged in and have a time for questions. The meet and greet typically last around 20 minutes. We hope to see you there!

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Vacation Bible School! https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2019/vacation-bible-school-4/ https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2019/vacation-bible-school-4/#respond Fri, 14 Jun 2019 15:37:40 +0000 https://www.redvillagechurch.com/?p=4314 Join us for this years Vacation Bible School as we learn how to walk in wisdom through the book of Proverbs! Follow this link to register your children on our Facebook event by clicking the ticket link!

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Join us for this years Vacation Bible School as we learn how to walk in wisdom through the book of Proverbs! Follow this link to register your children on our Facebook event by clicking the ticket link!

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Eagle Heights Basketball Camp 2019 https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2019/2019-basketball/ https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2019/2019-basketball/#respond Fri, 10 May 2019 17:52:03 +0000 https://www.redvillagechurch.com/?p=4283 Register for the 4th annual Eagle Heights Basketball Camp! July 22-July 25 5-6 year olds: 9:00 a.m.-9:45 a.m. 7-10 year olds: 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 11-14 year olds: 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. Space is limited! Follow this link to ensure your spot in this free camp!

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Register for the 4th annual Eagle Heights Basketball Camp!

July 22-July 25

5-6 year olds: 9:00 a.m.-9:45 a.m.

7-10 year olds: 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

11-14 year olds: 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.

Space is limited! Follow this link to ensure your spot in this free camp!

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Neighborhood Party https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2018/neighborhood-party/ https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2018/neighborhood-party/#respond Wed, 01 Aug 2018 22:53:51 +0000 https://www.redvillagechurch.com/?p=4182 Join us on August 11th from 4-7 for a neighborhood party!  Food, drinks, and games for kids will be provided!  We would love for you to join us!

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Join us on August 11th from 4-7 for a neighborhood party!  Food, drinks, and games for kids will be provided!  We would love for you to join us!

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Eagle Heights Basketball Camp https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2018/basketball-2/ https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2018/basketball-2/#comments Thu, 28 Jun 2018 00:26:35 +0000 https://www.redvillagechurch.com/?p=4153 The 3rd Annual Eagle Heights Basketball Camp will take place from July 30-Aug 2nd.  The camp is for children between the ages of 5-14 years old.  Below is a schedule of the camp as well as a registration sign up.  There is a limited space for each camp so please sign up today! REGISTRATION 5-6 year olds camp from 9-9:45 ... Read More

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The 3rd Annual Eagle Heights Basketball Camp will take place from July 30-Aug 2nd.  The camp is for children between the ages of 5-14 years old.  Below is a schedule of the camp as well as a registration sign up.  There is a limited space for each camp so please sign up today!

REGISTRATION

5-6 year olds camp from 9-9:45

7-10 year olds camp from 10:00-12:00

11-14 year olds camp from 1:00-3:00

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Vacation Bible School! https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2018/vacation-bible-school-3/ https://www.redvillagechurch.com/2018/vacation-bible-school-3/#respond Fri, 15 Jun 2018 14:39:40 +0000 https://www.redvillagechurch.com/?p=4143 It’s time for Vacation Bible School! RVC’s VBS will take place at Rennebohm Park on July 9-12 from 6:30-8pm. Children ages 5-12 are invited to join!  This year we will be taking children through the BIG story of the Bible. Please register your children at https://goo.gl/forms/bCYAnedXg4fvKbsF2. We look forward to seeing you there!

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It’s time for Vacation Bible School! RVC’s VBS will take place at Rennebohm Park on July 9-12 from 6:30-8pm. Children ages 5-12 are invited to join!  This year we will be taking children through the BIG story of the Bible.

Please register your children at https://goo.gl/forms/bCYAnedXg4fvKbsF2.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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