Prayer Line for November 27-29, 2020

Prayer Line for November 27-29, 2020
"God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear" - Psalm 46:1-2a

The office will be closed Thursday and Friday of this week in observance of Thanksgiving.

Please read this message from Pastor Malcolm regarding our Sunday morning services:

My Dear Church Family,

Since Tuesday of this week, I have been getting a steady stream of folks in the church, almost exclusively choir members but not limited choir members, who have tested positive for COVID-19. As of Thursday, we have 10 confirmed cases, and are waiting on test results for several more. Further, Chapter One has also had a few cases among teachers and will be closing the school for 14 days.

We want to get ahead of this as best as possible and are asking for your patience and help as we move forward. Therefore, we are suspending all activities at the church for this Sunday, with the exception of the in-person worship service at 9 am. We will be revisiting this decision on Monday, November 30, and take it on a week by week basis through the month of December.

For this Sunday, November 29, all Sunday School (Adult and Children), choir, youth groups, nursery, children’s church, fellowship time, etc. will not meet. We are also suspending all groups from meeting during the week of November 30 – December 4. There are other events on the calendar for December, and will need to assess those on a case by case basis as things progress.

We are asking again, if you choose to come to our in-person worship service, please social distance, sit in family units, and abide by the taped off areas. We again strongly encourage you to wear a mask. If you are feeling ill at all, please stay home and join us online for the worship service.

Please be in prayer for our brothers and sisters in Christ who have tested positive. Please also be in prayer for our church, church family, and others whose lives have been affected by this virus. Our God is in control, and our God is with us. May we continue to lean upon and trust in Him during this time of trouble.

Pastor Malcolm

Praying for Our People
- Please be in prayer for Brent Bakker and the Laemmlen family. Brent's wife Juli went home to the Lord Sunday. As we have more information we will share. Pray for God's comfort, peace, presence, and mercy.

- Pray for Lenora Burkett, recovering from a recent stroke. She is now home recovering.

- Pray for Ken and Patty Thiesen. Ken continues to make progress following a bone marrow transplant.

- Pray for Rachel Gonzalez and family as she continues with her cancer treatments. Pray for her strength and healing.

Praying for Our Nation and World
- Continue to pray for our health care workers, first responders, law enforcement, firefighters, and those who serve and protect in turbulent times. Pray for God's protection over them.

Praying for Our Ministries:
- Pray for wisdom for our church leaders as we navigate COVID. Pray also for RMBC that the Holy Spirit would give us new opportunities to share the gospel, and bring unity of heart and purpose to our church family.

Zoom Adult Sunday School: If you are self quarantined and would like to plug into a Sunday School class via Zoom please contact Pastor Mike.

Missionaries of the Week:
- Ron and Bonny Thiesen, serving with YWAM in Budapest, Hungary. Pray for Ron and Bonny as they navigate teaching in their school during COVID. Pray also for opportunities and courage to be Christ to those around them.

- Pray Luke 10:2 with us each day at 10:02 am, asking the Lord of the harvest to raise up and send out harvesters from RMBC to His harvest fields.

Giving at RMBC:
There are several ways you can give to the RMBC Mission:

1. Following our worship service on Sunday morning.
2. Text reedleymbc to 77977
3. RMBC Website:, click on Give
4. RMBC App and click Giving
5. Mail a check through the post office
6.Stop into the office

Ministry Schedule for Weekend, November 27-29, 2020:
- Sunday morning worship at 9 am, in-person in sanctuary, Fellowship Hall, and online