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More than $40,000 was either given or pledged for the 2012 Christmas Missions Offering this past Sunday.
The Christmas season vividly reminds us that the most important gift, the greatest gift, ever given was the blessed coming of the Son of God, Jesus Christ.
A new slate of discipleship classes will begin on Sunday night, January 13, running for three weeks. There are offerings in a number of areas.
The Creek will be holding Christmas candlelight services this season, at 5, 7 pm on Dec. 23 and 5, 7, and 11 pm on Dec. 24.
We will be setting aside a special time in worship on Sunday morning, Dec. 16, to collect our annual Missions Offering.
The few remaining tickets for the ladies Christmas tea will be on sale this Sunday, Dec. 2, between morning worship services. They are $4 apiece.
Join us on Dec. 2 for a Christmas concert featuring Creek worship leader Chad Lister.
How can you respond to the crisis in NC, NJ and NY from Hurricane Sandy?
There will be no evening activities at Richland Creek this Wednesday night, Oct. 31.
Richland Creek's annual Harvest Festival is coming up this Sunday from 4-7:30, so make plans to be here for food, games, and more.
Sunday night discipleship classes for the fall term, along with Overflow, CKP, and Chocolate Milk Theology, begin Sunday night, Sept. 9, at 6 pm.
Registration for the 2012-2013 season of Upward Basketball and Cheerleading is now open!
Our regular Wednesday night activities - including Awana, g:local, Bible study, mentoring, visitation and more - begin on August 22.
The Creek's annual Ministry Expo will be held August 15 from 6:30-8 pm in the sanctuary.
The newest sport in the Creek's recreation ministry, flag football, will begin play in about a month. Registration is still open!
God blessed His church during Live Love Serve 2012, when thousands of people were touched with the tangible love of Christ.
The 2012 season of Upward flag football is now open for registration.
Do you know someone in our church or in our community that is truly in need of a home handicap ramp, a roof repair, or an outdoor painting of their house?
In Matthew 5:13-16, Jesus Christ commands his followers to be “salt” and “light” in a dull and dark world, noting that unbelievers should “see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven.”
Pastor David's three-part Bible study on Jonah continues tonight in the Fellowship Hall. Don't worry if you missed week one - there will be a recap!
Easter Sunday is coming, and we are expecting Richland Creek to be overflowing with guests, seekers, and many people eager to worship the Risen Savior and hear the Gospel!
In just a few weeks, Richland Creek will collect the important Annie Armstrong Offering for North American Missions.
Next Wednesday. March 28, at 10 am, Southeastern Seminary in Wake Forest will host a forum to discuss the proposed marriage amendment that will be before North Carolina voters in May.
Richland Creek exceeded our goal of giving to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering in 2011, helping equip missionaries all over the world in their work of sharing the Gospel.
Praise God for unity among God's people, as the church voted overwhelmingly to call Jim Gillespie as Pastor of Men's Ministry.
We are pleased to recommend a movie opening next weekend, called October Baby.
Don't forget to roll your clocks forward one hour this Saturday night/Sunday morning in observation of Daylight Saving Time.
At the family meeting on March 4, the Creek family got a chance to hear testimony from and talk with Jim Gillespie, who the Elder Body is unanimously putting forward as a candidate for Pastor of Men’s Ministry. The body will vote on Sunday, March 18, to affirm this call.
Starting March 7, Pastor David will be teaching the Old Testament book of Ezra during adult Bible study from 6:30 to 8 pm.
This coming Sunday, March 4, the church will gather to celebrate the Lord's Supper in each of our four morning worship services.
The Lord is continuing to move us forward as we make space available to reach thousands for Christ.
Starting Wednesday night, Feb. 11, Pastor David will teach a three-week series called "Gospel U" designed to help Christians understand and share their faith?
Pastor David will preach this coming Sunday from Acts 9:1-19, the thrilling account of the conversion of Saul of Tarsus, who became Paul.
Pastor David will continue his series in Acts this coming Sunday, Jan. 22, with the story of Philip and the sorcerer's sin from Acts 8:1-25.
Pastor David will preach part 2 of the sermon he began last week, "Stephen's Commentary on the Old Testament," from Acts 7:17-60.
Wednesday night activities, including Awana, g:local, and Bible study for adults, will resume this Wednesday night.
Sunday night activities return to the Creek this week, January 8, including discipleship classes for adults, Overflow for students in grades 6-12 and Creek Kids Praise for students in grades K-5!
The church family voted unanimously this past Sunday to approve the 2012 church budget.
Copies of the proposed 2012 church budget are available in the front foyer. The church family will vote on the budget on Nov. 20.
On Wednesday night, Nov. 9, Pastor David will teach about how to witness to and share the gospel with children.
We will celebrate believer's baptism during our morning worship services this coming Sunday, Oct. 30, and in the afternoon will host our annual Harvest Festival.
Pastor David Sims returns to the pulpit this Sunday morning with a sermon from Acts 2:40-47.
Praise the Lord for his goodness to us through the generosity of his people!
This is a message from Jim Gillespie, director of the Richland Creek Riders and Men's Ministry here at the Creek, for all men.
The Lord has been moving in so many wonderful ways here at Richland Creek.
The Wednesday night study of World Religions continues this Wednesday night with a study of the tenets of Islam.
Join us as Pastor David Sims studies Acts 1:9-11.
Join Dan "The Animal Man" Breeding and his creatures of creation in Legacy Lodge Children's for four weeks this fall!
Have you ever wondered where you fit in at the Creek? Do you have a passion to be involved in the advancement of Christ's kingdom through your church?
The Creek will be having a family prayer meeting on Wednesday nights this summer, starting June 22 in the Fellowship Hall.
Don't miss this Sunday as Pastor Dave Miller preaches on Colossians 1:24-2:7, "Paul's Ministry to the Church."
Pastor David Sims will be back in the pulpit this Sunday morning, June 12, for the second sermon of the Colossians series.
Starting May 25, the Creek's midweek summer schedule begins. We take time off from Awana and Adult Bible Study to focus on reaching out through family visitation.