Lent is an interesting time. A time of introspection, reflection and

Issue 25 KOINONIA
Your monthly source of information and inspiration
March 2015
Lent is an interesting time. A time of introspection, reflection and confession. Lent is a
time to get real with yourself about yourself—to get real about your need for forgiveness, healing
and redemption. Lent is a time to acknowledge your need for God—to accept again God’s
undeserved love and forgiveness through the life and death sacrifice of Jesus.
When we “really get real” with ourselves, Lent can be a turbulent time. Like the time of
year within which it falls, Lent can be wrought with unexpected storms—storms within and without. But the end result of this season? SPRING. RESURRECTION. NEW LIFE. The Lord says, “See,
I am making all things new.” (Isaiah 43:19, Revelation 21:5) What good news for those willing to
take the journey!
As a part of the Lenten journey this year, we are exploring the question, “WHO IS JESUS?” The sermon series
during Lent and Easter is geared to help us uncover Jesus’ unique identity as revealed in His “I AM” statements recorded
in the gospel of John. In the process of discovering Jesus’ true identity, we will discover what His unique identity can
mean for those of us as well!
Be sure to join us for an extraordinary event Sunday afternoon, March 8, 3:00-5:00 p.m. Jewish Christians,
Chaim and Kim Goldman, will share “By the Blood of the Lamb”—an exciting teaching on “Messiah in the Passover and
the redemption of our Christian identity.”
Check out their website for more information: http://www.repairingthebreach.global/events. Consider joining
us for an optional time of praise and worship with guest musician, Matthew Hall, from 2:30-3:00 p.m. prior to the teaching. Childcare for infants - 5th grade by reservation only, limited to first 40 registrants at $5/child, with a special movie
and activities for ages 3 yrs - 5th grade. You can register on our website at www.rhcconline.org in the Events area on the
Home Page.
God has so much He wants us to understand about WHO He is—and about who we are and WHOSE we are. This
Lenten season may just be the beginning of a whole new identity for you….as the treasured and BELOVED CHILD of the
MOST HIGH KING.
Joyfully HIS and Yours,
Pastor Gayle
STARTING POINT CLASS
SUNDAY, MARCH 1
EMMAUS GATHERING
SATURDAY, MARCH 7
We consider it a privilege to have you worship with us.
If you’re new to RHCC, have been visiting or are ready
to become a part of this ecumenical church family, we
invite you to our Starting Point Class to join us for lunch
and fellowship following our 10:30 a.m. worship on
Sunday, March 1. Members of the church staff will be
present, and you’ll get a quick, informative overview of
who we are as a unique interdenominational body of
faith. Child care is available also. Please call the church
office at 803-831-1615 if you would like to attend the
next class. It may be the start of one of the most important chapters of your life!
The Central Carolinas Emmaus Community will have a
gathering in the Life Center on Saturday, March 7, with
a covered dish dinner at 6:00 p.m. followed with worship
at 7:00 p.m. Childcare will be provided.
The Walk to Emmaus was established to develop Christian leadership in the local church and discipleship in the
world around us. It encourages a closer relationship with
our Lord Jesus Christ. Everyone is invited to attend and
learn more about Emmaus.
River Hills Community Church hosts Chaim and Kim Goldman, Messianic Jews, teaching “By the Blood of the Lamb”
on Sunday, March 8, from 3 – 5:00 p.m. in the church sanctuary. A live praise and worship service will
begin at 2:30 p.m. Come learn about Messiah in the Passover and the redemption of our Christian identity. This
event is free and open to the public. Bring your Bible. Childcare is available by reservation; please register at
www.rhcconline.org. For more info: www.RepairingThe Breach.global/events.
CHILDCARE DETAILS FOR MARCH 8 FROM 2:15 - 5:15 P.M.
Sunday afternoon movie event for children 3 years – 5th Grade! While parents are
enjoying Messiah in the Passover, kids will watch the exciting new movie Big Hero
6. In this movie kids will learn about the importance of family, the power that lies
in true friendships, bravery, self-sacrifice and love. We will follow the movie with a
yummy snack, games and activities that connect Big Hero 6 to God by reinforcing
the fact that no matter what we face, God is always with us! Nursery will be provided for children birth- 2 years old
with our loving and knowledgeable childcare staff. Please register for childcare at www.rhcconline.org, in the
Events area on the Home Page, or contact Marcy Little at [email protected]
RHCC PRESCHOOL NEWS
Join us on Wednesday evenings thru May for Family
Night! Adult Bible study will begin at 5:15 p.m., dinner at
6:15 p.m. followed by our studies/programs at 7:00 p.m.
Christian Education classes and programs for children
and youth will be offered on Wednesday evenings as
well. Dinner: $6 for adults, $3 for kids (12 and under)
SPECIAL FAMILY NIGHTS IN MARCH!
Family Night on March 4 will be hosted by the youth of
RHCC! Our awesome teens will provide a wonderful spaghetti dinner. New up and coming young artist and songwriter Carson Hill will be providing wonderful music for
this event. Check her out on Carsonhillmusic.com
All funds will go toward 2015 missions and summer
camps where our youth will have many opportunities to
grow spiritually, serve and care for others and build lasting relationships with other believers! Join us for this
special event and support our youth!
Family Night on March 25 is when we will celebrate the
season of Lent from 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. in the Life Center!
We will provide crafts, games and other fun activities
that will teach families all about Lent and why it is such
an important season for the church! Hamburger and/or
hotdog meals will be available for purchase! We look forward to celebrating with you!!
March 4
MARCH MENU
Spaghetti and meatballs, salad and bread
Drinks and dessert
Prepared by RHCC Youth Group/Leaders
Entertainment by Carson Hill
Carsonhillmusic.com
March 11
Fried chicken with white gravy, mashed
sweet potatoes, green beans, dinner rolls,
Drinks and dessert.
Meal provided by Courtney’s BBQ
March 18
REQUEST YOUR FAVORITE MEAL!
Tell the kitchen crew what you want to
eat. The meal with the most requests
will be served
March 25
COOKOUT/LENTEN FAIR
Hamburgers and hot dogs
Beans and chips
Drinks and dessert
Prepared by the Saturday morning
Men's group
We will be welcoming spring soon at Preschool. Our children and teachers are having so much fun riding bicycles,
pretending, learning all kinds of math and science, arts
and crafts, learning Spanish with Ms. Melissa and
Bible stories. We are loving every minute! We will be
planting our garden soon.
Thank you to everyone who celebrated Preschool Sunday. It was a joyous day with the sermon from Pastor
Gayle, singing with Ms. Melissa and Ms. Marcy, a delicious lunch prepared by Ms. Betty Ellis and her wonderful group.
AWESOME!
THANK YOU! THANK YOU!
Team Spirit Days - March 4 & 5
Grandparent Day and Chapel - March 9
9:30 in the sanctuary
Preschool will be closed - March 30 - April 3
Thank you to everyone for all your love and support of
the Preschool.
As always, come and visit your mission where
"Every Child Is A Blessing"
Love and prayers, Katherine
River Hills Community Church will be
participating in the 17th Annual St.
Patrick’s Day Festival in Clover! Be sure to
come out and show your support! We will
have a booth set up with church information, baked goods and more!
St. Patrick’s Day
Festival
Saturday, March 14
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Main Street in Clover
Come check us out!
YOUTH & CHILDREN MINISTRIES
June 22 - 26
9am - 12pm
Register
Today!
www.rhcconline.org
Jambo! Welcome to Camp Kilimanjaro, where you'll have an epic expedition through the book of Proverbs!
Every day, our kids are faced with choices...will they choose wisely or foolishly? As they safari up Mount Kilimanjaro,
your trekkers learn that true wisdom comes only from the one true all-wise God who wants us to be wise! He's filled
the book of Proverbs with wise sayings for us! As they study Proverbs, your hikers will learn to have:
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ears that hear and do the Word of God;
hearts that trust in the Lord;
tongues that are tame;
hands that get to work;
feet that walk with the wise!
Set your compasses for Africa and prepare for an epic expedition at Camp Kilimanjaro VBS!
CHILDREN AND YOUTH SCHEDULES
9:00 a.m. Sunday School - A safe, inviting environment where kids learn and grow in their Christian journey. While we
are very constant with the awesome adult leaders we have serving in this area, we are in the process of trying out
different curriculums each month to find the one that best fits our kids and the needs they have spiritually.
Sunday Mornings Shout and Shine - (All kiddos will start the morning out with their parents in adult worship and will
be called up to the front of the church for a special children’s message. Then they will be led out for their own special
learning time in Shout and Shine! Parents will pick them up from their small group classrooms at the end of service).
10:30 a.m. Shout
10:45 - 11:15 a.m. Large Group (high energy worship, skits, stories, videos, experiential learning)
11:15 - 11:45 a.m. Small Group (kids break into groups by age to go more in depth into the Bible and build meaningful,
lasting relationships)
*We use Orange Ministry’s 252 Basics curriculum for our Elementary kiddos! For more info, check out http://whatisorange.com/
10:30 a.m. Shine
10:45 - 11:00 a.m. Small Group Intro to the Day (kids start out in small group room and do an activity that introduces
the day)
11:00 - 11:20 a.m. Large Group (kids go to Large Group Room for high energy worship, videos, skits and puppets)
11:20 - 11:45 a.m. Small Group (kids go back to Small Group Room to go deeper into the Bible Story)
* We use Orange Ministry’s First Look curriculum for our Preschoolers. For more info, check out http://whatisorange.com/
Sunday for Youth (6th-12th Grade)
5:30 - 6:15 p.m. Dinner $1 per youth (dinner is provided by different groups of parents)
6:15 -7:15: p.m. Worship and Message (high energy live worship and a relevant message)
7:15 - 7:45 p.m. Small Group Time (teens break up into small groups by age to build relationships and go deeper into
the Word)
SUNDAY ADULT BIBLE STUDIES
Many opportunities for engaging in study and discussion are available for adults at RHCC. Adults who are looking for
a way to grow in faith and in Christian Fellowship are invited to explore any of the following classes which are held on
Sunday mornings.
CONNECTIONS - 9:15 a.m. Room 116
Contact: Ellen Gillis [email protected]
Attendance: 16 on roll/average attendance 13
Description: Primarily single women 50+. March’s study is “Facing the Giants in Your Life” by David Jeremiah.
Chapter book, class members lead discussion.
CONTEMPORARY - 9:00 a.m. Room 201
Contact: Sherry Nelson [email protected]
Attendance: 50+ on roll/average attendance 40
Description: Primarily middle-aged couples, but open to all. Becoming a completely committed follower of Jesus.
March - a Lenten book, “Final Words From The Cross” by Adam Hamilton.
FELLOWSHIP - 9:00 a.m. RHCO Building
Contact: Roy Atwell [email protected]
Attendance: 8-14 per Sunday
Description: 60s and 70s, but open to all.
Bible study-reading and discussion. March’s discussion will be completing the Book of Luke.
PERSPECTIVE CLASS - 9:00 a.m. Family Room
Contact: Cyndie Smith [email protected]
Attendance: 14 on roll/average attendance 8-10
Description: Class to accommodate choir members and members who have difficulty negotiating stairs.
March’s study is “Ten Commandments from the Backside” by J. Ellsworth Kallas.
FAITH AND FAMILY CLASS - 9:00 a.m. Room 208
Contact: Martha Park [email protected]
Attendance: 35 on roll/20-25 average attendance
Description: Primarily younger couples with children newborn to college.
Studying growth in our faith as families. March’s study is “Facing Your Giants” by Max Lucado.
RAISING KINGDOM KIDS - 9:15 a.m. Room 104
Contact: Carr Bennett [email protected]
Raising Kingdom Kids by Dr. Tony Evans is made up of primarily families with young children. It is a video
as well as a book study. It began on February 8 and will continue for 12 weeks.
MONDAY NIGHT BIBLE STUDY
BROTHERS EXPLORE THE BIBLE - 7:00 P.M. FAMILY ROOM
Men of all ages are welcome. This exploration is open to the community. Bring a neighbor or coworker. This fellowship and study between Christian brothers presents the opportunity to determine how God’s Word has had an impact
on our week as well as the rest of our lives. It also provides an opportunity to share and gain some insight with men
who may have experienced the same things in their lives. Come join us as the Almighty guides us down the road we
call life. For more information, you can call Tom Wollenberg at 704-519-8946 or e-mail
[email protected]
EXPLORE THE
OPPORTUNITIES!
PALM SUNDAY
March 29 - 8:00 and 10:30 a.m. Services
GOOD FRIDAY
April 3 - 7:00 p.m. Service
Join us on Friday, April 3, at 7:00 p.m. in the sanctuary as our youth lead us in a very meaningful
Good Friday Service through a beautiful reflective
time of worship focusing on the reality of the cross
where an innocent man paid for the guilt of many.
PLEASE JOIN US ON EASTER SUNDAY
APRIL 5
6:30 a.m. Sonrise Service at Camp Thunderbird
8:00 a.m. Sanctuary Worship
9:00 a.m. Classes for all ages
10:00 a.m. Coffee Fellowship in the Gathering Space
10:30 a.m. Sanctuary Worship
CARE AND KINDNESS MINISTRY –We provide support
for church members during times of grief, illness or
other hardship. We are a contact for shut-ins and others
who may be confined to a nursing home, assisted living
or rehabilitation center. Activities of the team include
visiting, phone calls, preparing and distributing goody
packages at holidays, sending cards and helping with
meals. On occasion, team members have provided
transportation to appointments. The team works
closely with the Board of Deacons, and new members
are welcome! For more information, please contact
Cyndie Smith at [email protected] or 831-1510.
RHCC CHOIR - If you would like to be part of our Music
Ministry, please come to choir rehearsal on Wednesday
night from 7 - 8:30 p.m. in the Choir Room of the
church.
Our newly commissioned Stephen Ministers have
received a care receiver and will begin the actual work
of Stephen Ministry. They will make their initial contact
to arrange their first caring visit and begin walking beside someone who is hurting and needs a listening ear.
A Stephen Ministry caring relationship could be shortterm lasting for several months or it could last for a year
or more.
This also begins the second phase of Stephen Ministry,
which is to provide the best Christian care giving possible. Jesus is the cure giver; but we must do our part in
this process by continuing our training, attending peer
group supervision meetings to sharpen our focus and by
continually looking inward and maintain our focus on
Christ. We will keep you advised of our progress. Please
continue to pray for Stephen Ministry as we become
part of the healing, loving body of Christ at River Hills
Community Church.
KENYA ORPHANAGE PROJECT
Maureen started college in January this year. She is
pursuing a diploma (two years) in primary teaching. RHCC provided the money needed to purchase a
laptop that is required by Kenyatta University. Maureen
is one of the original children rescued from the slums in
2003.
After completing high school, she held a job for one
year in a non-profit Kenyan organization. It is truly a
blessing to watch her mature into a young lady. KOP is
extremely grateful for the continued prayers and support we receive from RHCC. Monique Boekhout
RIVER HILLS COMMUNITY CHURCH
FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
Eligibility: This scholarship is in the amount of $1,000.00 and is available to students who are:
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In their senior year at Clover High School and are scheduled to graduate on schedule.
Students who live in the district but attend private schools or church-affiliated schools, not
necessarily in the Clover area.
Home-schooled students who live in the Clover School District.
Criteria: While financial need is considered, the scholarship is primarily based on Christian commitment and academic merit. Application must have a weighted GPA of 3.0 or better.
Time Frame: Applications are available at www.rhcconline.org, in the River Hills Community Church office and in the
guidance department at Clover High School.
Application Deadline: Application must be in the church office by March 20, 2015. They may be dropped off at the
church office or mailed to the church.
Do you have high cholesterol or high blood pressure?
Have members of your family suffered from these ailments? Do you have a poor diet? If you answer “yes” to
any of these questions, you may want to consider being
screened for your risk of stroke through the services of
Life Line Screening. Life Line Screening uses ultrasound
technology to view the plaque buildup in your carotid
arteries, the main arteries that carry blood to the brain.
Blockages in these arteries are a leading cause of stroke.
We are pleased to host this Life Line Screening event
on April 1 at River Hills Community Church. Register for
a Wellness Package, which includes 4 vascular tests and
osteoporosis screening from $149 ($139 with our member discount). All five screenings take 60-90 minutes to
complete. In order to register for this event and to receive a $10 discount off any package priced above
$129, please call 1-888-653-6441 or visit
www.lifelinescreening.com/community-partners.
LOOKING FOR 2015 GRADUATES!
2015 graduates will be recognized during the worship
service on Graduation Sunday (date to be announced).
We don’t want to miss your son, daughter or grandchild,
so please be sure to email the church office at
[email protected] if there is a graduate in your
home.
SOUND BOOTH TEAM NEEDED
We need YOU to join our Sound Booth Team. We are
looking for 4 individuals to sign up on a rotating basis to
run the worship service slides during the 8:00 and 10:30
a.m. services. We will be offering a training session to
bring you up to speed. Please prayerfully consider if God
is calling YOU to employ your Didaskalos gift in this way.
For more information, please contact Jennifer Gilomen
at 803-619-4230.
FROM THE CHURCH OFFICE
VOLUNTEER OFFICE - Please stop by and say hello to
our office volunteers! They are here to help you with
copying, phone numbers, addresses, etc. Please stop
by their office first when you come to the church.
Also, if you come by to see Pastor Gayle, please come
to the Volunteer Office first, and they will check to see
if she is available. Thank you!
Yvonne Alves
Laine Ardrey
Danny Armor
Eleanor Arnold
Sylvia Arthur
Judy Austin
Mike Bailey
Kendall Bane
Bloch Family
Cynthia Boyd
Laura Bracy
Amelia Brown
Sherry Brown
Bob Brundige
Lorraine Burton
Missy Carpenter
Charles Cawthon
Nelson Cook
Connie Counts
Helen Crosby
Harry & Pat Delk
Trinton Dover
Peggy Faulkner
Charles Ford
Sylvia Franklin
Rod Hall
Charles Hawkins
Kent Hendrickson
Beverly Hill
Eric Hinson
Katie James
David Jester
Jim Johnson
Susan Jolley
Emily Justice
Wendell Karr
Gerald Kirk
Lamporter Family
Bill Lindsay
Jane Lowry
Tony Margano
Janet Mayer
Helen MacCaffroy
Gary McCorkle
Daniel McCormick
Nancy McDonald
Jean McMath
John Meeskers
Margaret Naylor
Kathy Noel
Juanita Norton
Rachel Owens
Larry Plummer
Ralph Reavis
Amber Rhodes
Gerri Rice
Becca Rousek
Muriel Russell & Family
Bonnie Schmidt
Polly Schuerg
Marge Schumacher
F.J. Schweitzer
Abe Smith
Sandra Smith
Terry Spisek
Pastor Patricia Starr
Storms Family
Tabitha Taylor
Conner Tomlinson
Linda Watkins
Gretchen Welch
Les Young
Leslie Anne Young
HELP WANTED! Volunteers are needed in the church
office at various times during the week. If you are interested in volunteering, please call Wendy at 803831-1615 or email [email protected]cconline.org. Duties
consist of light office work and answering the phones.
APRIL KOINONIA DEADLINE - Please note that the
deadline for submission is Monday, March 16. Please
e-mail your article(s) to [email protected] Articles
received after the deadline may not appear in the
next issue. Thank you.
The 2015 FLOWER CALENDAR is in the Gathering
Space ready for you to sign up for altar flowers for the
Sunday you desire. The flowers will be placed on the
altar in memory of or in honor of a loved one.
RHCC EXERCISE WALKING GROUP - Get in shape for
the New Year! We meet every Monday, Wednesday
and Friday from 7:00—8:00 a.m. in the Church Life
Center. Come and enjoy aerobic walking with a great
bunch of early risers! Rain or Shine - we are always
inside!
WOMEN OF FAITH 2015 LOVED TOUR will be held on
October 9-10 at Time Warner Cable Arena. This is a
tender and yet exciting time for Women of Faith as we
take a moment to honor the past, savor the present
and embrace the future. If you would like to
attend, please RSVP to Wendy at 803-831-1615 or
[email protected] and please drop your payment off at the church office by March 1, as we would
like to get premium seats. Cost of the tickets is
$84.45. For more information, go to
http://www.womenoffaith.com/events/loved2015-charlotte/.
FINANCIAL RESULTS - JANUARY 31, 2015
January Budget
$58,869.13
$14,083.37
$22.88
$333.37
$89.25
($7,330.87)
January Actual
$60,425.00
$10,488.00
$9.62
$250.00
$0.00
($7,117.26)
2015 Annual
Budget
$706,430.00
$169,000.00
$275.00
$4,000.00
$1,071.00
($87,970.00)
Church Related Income
$66,067.13
$64,055.36
$792,806.00
Preschool Tuition/Registration
Interest
Special Projects/Other Income
Summer Tuition
Lunch Bunch
$29,680.00
$8.37
$0.00
$0.00
$1,810.00
$16,455.00
$5.44
$40.00
$0.00
$1,302.00
$220,760.00
$100.00
$0.00
$5,625.00
$16,290.00
Preschool Related Income
$31,498.37
$17,802.44
$242,775.00
Total Related Income
$97,565.50
$81,857.80
$1,035,581.00
Expenses
General & Administrative
Staff/Salary/Benefits
Children's Ministry
Youth Ministry
Adult Ministry
Worship
Discipleship
Stewardship
Fellowship & Meals
Building & Grounds
Preschool Expenses
$4,566.63
$38,175.58
$1,958.04
$1,758.37
$549.89
$1,375.00
$1,170.76
$0.00
$1,316.63
$16,416.63
$24,005.28
$3,586.02
$30,656.15
$2,403.34
$1,218.08
$0.00
$1,366.65
$1,000.00
$0.00
$1,499.15
$9,935.78
$19,917.81
$54,800.00
$458,106.00
$23,500.00
$21,100.00
$6,600.00
$16,500.00
$3,050.00
$500.00
$14,300.00
$197,000.00
$240,125.00
Total Expenses
$91,292.81
$71,582.98
$1,035,581.00
$6,272.69
$10,274.82
$0.00
Description
Pledge Income
Plate Offering
Interest Income
Building Use
Memorials
10% Tithe To Missions
Income Less Expense
PLEDGE
PLATE
JANUARY BUDGET
$58,869.13
$14,083.37
JANUARY ACTUAL
$60,425.00
$10,488.00
2015 ANNUAL BUDGET
$706,430.00
$169,000.00
PLEDGING UNITS FOR 2015 - 176
Would you like to have your monthly tithe made by credit card or debit from checking?
Please contact Sue Dobrzeniecki, Business Manager.
March 2015
Sun
1 Second Sunday in
Mon
2
8:00 Worship
9:00 Sunday School
10:00 Coffee Fellowship
10:30 Worship
11:30 Starting Point
Class
5:30 Youth Group
8
Third Sunday in
Lent
8:00 Worship
9:00 Sunday School
10:00 Coffee Fellowship
10:30 Worship
2:30 Praise & Worship
3:00 Messiah in the
Passover
4:30 Youth Committee
5:30 Youth Group
3
2:00 LIFE Women’s
Group
6:15 PSRC
6:30 Local Missions
7:00 Men’s Bible
Study
Lent
Tue
4
9:00 CBS
9:30 Women of the
Church
9:30 Staff Meeting
6:00 Stephen Ministry
9
10
9:30 Grandparents
Day
2:00 LIFE Women’s
Group
5:30 Trustees
6:30 Finance
7:00 Men’s Bible Study
9:00 CBS
9:30 Staff Meeting
6:00 Stephen Ministry
Grandparents Day
15 Fourth Sunday in
16
17
2:00 LIFE Women’s
Group
7:00 Men’s Bible Study
9:00 CBS
9:30 Staff Meeting
6:00 Stephen Ministry
8:00 Worship
9:00 Sunday School
10:00 Coffee Fellowship
10:30 Worship
11:30 Discipleship
1:30 Worship & Arts
5:00 Deacons
5:30 Youth Group
6:00 Council
22 Fifth Sunday in
Lent
8:00 Worship
9:00 Sunday School
10:00 Coffee Gathering
10:30 Worship
5:30 Youth Group
29
Palm Sunday
8:00 Worship
9:00 Sunday School
10:00 Coffee Gathering
10:30 Worship
23
24
2:00 LIFE Women’s
Group
7:00 Men’s Bible Study
9:00 CBS
9:30 Staff Meeting
6:00 Stephen Ministry
30
31
2:00 LIFE Women’s
Group
7:00 Men’s Bible Study
9:00 CBS
9:30 Staff Meeting
6:00 Stephen Ministry
EXERCISE - Every Mon., Wed., Fri.
7 a.m.
YOGA - Every Tue. & Thurs. 9 a.m.
9:00 CBS
5:00 Children’s
Worship Team
5:15 Mom’s Group
& Bible Study
6:15 Dinner
6:45 Revelations
Class
7:00 Bible Study
7:00 Choir Rehearsal
18
April Newsletter
Deadline
Preschool Closed
March 30 - April 3
9:00 CBS
5:00 Children’s
Worship Team
5:15 Mom’s Group
& Bible Study
6:15 Dinner
6:45 Revelations
Class
7:00 Bible Study
7:00 Choir Rehearsal
11
Daylight Saving Time Begins
Lent
Wed
9:00 CBS
5:00 Children’s
Worship Team
5:15 Mom’s Group
& Bible Study
6:15 Dinner
6:45 Revelations
Class
7:00 Bible Study
7:00 Choir Rehearsal
25
9:00 CBS
1:00 Prayer Shawl
5:30 Lenten Fair
& Dinner
6:45 Revelations
Class
7:00 Bible Study
7:00 Choir Rehearsal
Thu
Fri
Sat
5
6
7
9:30 Children’s
Committee
1:00 Born Again
Beads
6:00 Spirit Sisters
6:45 Overeaters
Anon.
8:00 AA-Al Anon
8:30 Bible Study
6:00 Emmaus
Gathering
8:00 AA
12
13
14
1:00 Born Again
Beads
6:45 Overeaters
Anon.
8:00 AA-Al Anon
8:30 Bible Study
19
20
21
1:00 Born Again
Beads
6:45 Overeaters
Anon.
8:00 AA-Al Anon
8:30 Bible Study
8:00 AA
8:00 AA
RHCC
Foundation
Scholarship
Deadline
26
27
28
1:00 Born Again
Beads
6:45 Overeaters
Anon.
8:00 AA-Al Anon
8:30 Bible Study
8:00 AA
SUNDAY, MARCH 8
March 30 - April 3
Share Your Table For The Month of March—Canned meat: tuna, chicken,
spam, potted meat, vienna sausage and corned beef. CAAC also needs your
clean plastic grocery bags. Thank you for your continuous support of Clover
Area Assistance Center.
MARCH BIRTHDAYS!
1. Ryan Bishop, Luke Kidd, Jacki Chapman, Clare Hoffman
2. Marion Stratakos, Carolyn Lane
3. Joyce Odom, Caroline Cummings, Donald Jeffries
5. Sherri McKinney
6. Johanna Gould, Tracy Latham, Richard Frank
7. Lyn Fraedrich, Drew Fowler
8. Steve Trites, Bill Whisenant, Hannah Cummings, Jerry Simons
9. Natalie Ward, John Brotbeck
11. Barbara Ford, Ted Matushak, Doug Kelley, Ann Hamilton
12. Ann Rother, Gary Gross, Mills Hutchins
13. Brendan Clark
14. Alex Wagner
15. Sandy Naylor
16. Pam Hawthorne, Jeanne Singleton
18. Gail Dowis, Eric Hinson, Roberta Herold
19. Jackson Thomas, Shelly Wagoner, Don Long
20. Patricia Holden
22. Christopher William, Durham Smith
23. Lamar Burdette, Ann Pugh
24. Brenda Warden
25. Betty Stewart, Jim Johnson, Nancy McDonald
26. James McClain
27. Jean Marshall, Martin Stein, Cooper Wilson
28. Chad Thompson, Eleanor Arnold, Gene Stutz, Vicki McKenna, Abigail Stone, Scott Johnson
29. James Ashworth, Jim Arthur
30. Pat Wofford, Lisa Hunter, Michael Dent
31. Paul Russell, Pat Sutton, Brian McPherson, Tommy McCarter
If your birthday is not listed, please call the church office so we can add it to our list!
We don’t want to miss your birthday!
CHURCH STAFF
Gayle Montgomery
Senior Pastor
Jason Bryant
Minister of Congregational Care
Marcy Little
Director of Family Ministries
Monica Hussman
Children’s Ministry Coordinator
Carol Forsythe
Organist
John Willoughby
Interim Choir Director
Sue Dobrzeniecki
Business Manager
Wendy Burkett
Administrative Assistant
Mike Moore
Maintenance Manager
Katherine Hinson
RHCC Preschool Director
RIVER HILLS COMMUNITY CHURCH
104 Hamilton’s Ferry Road, Lake Wylie, SC 29710
Phone: 803-831-1615
Fax: 803-831-5042
Email: [email protected]
website: www.rhcconline.org
RIVER HILLS COMMUNITY CHURCH PRESCHOOL
103 Hamilton’s Ferry Road, Lake Wylie, SC 29710
Phone: 803-831-5043
Fax: 803-831-5042
Email: [email protected]
website: www.rhcconline.org
104 Hamilton’s Ferry Road
Lake Wylie, SC 29710
We are a community
that stimulates contagious faith
and spiritual growth in Christ.
WWW.RHCCONLINE.ORG
BIBLICAL STUDIES RELEASED TIME
ANNUAL PANCAKE SUPPER
Saturday, March 7 4:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Clover High School Cafeteria
Adult $5 Youth (ages 3-11) $3
BSRT students have adult tickets for sale.
Adult & Youth tickets may be purchased at the door.
This pancake supper is the only fund raiser to support the
BSRT School Bible Program for over 600 Clover students in grades 3 - 5.
BSRT Students will perform during the supper:
4:45 Crowders
6:00 Bethel
5:10 Kinard
6:25 Griggs
5:35 Larne/BEA
6:50 Bethany