A Musical Comedy?

Star QueenTommy Oaks is an award-winning master storyteller.  And, does he have a story to tell us!  He and his son, John Thomas will be with us on November 16 to preach and lead worship Sunday morning and dramatically retell one of the great stories of the Old Testament that evening.

It’s the musical comedy Star Queen based on the story of Queen Esther which celebrates the victory of a young Jewish queen of Persia over an evil tyrant through cunning ingenuity.  How does a father/son team reenact and tell such a story?  Join us for our Harvest Blessing Dinner on November 16 to find out. 

Worship

Worship_Image_520x300Worship is more than the music we sing on Sunday morning.  It’s being aware of God’s presence and giving Him glory in ALL that we do.  Worship can happen whenever and wherever we are!   The worship ministry of RCC exists, above all, to glorify God, worshiping Him in spirit and truth.

If you’d like to know more or get involved in any of these worship ministries, please contact Ronna Bemis.

Praise Team Vocalist & Musicians
Praise band & worship teams help prepare hearts for worship. Rehearsals vary according to members schedules.  Music styles blend traditional with  contemporary.

Special Music
Soloists, ensembles, duets and musicians are encouraged to be a part of our worship ministry.  New groups and ensembles are being developed.  Goals for the future include a children’s choir, teen/young adult ensemble, a women’s quartet or ensemble, a contemporary ensemble, and more!

Media Ministry
The goal of the Media Ministry is to help worshipers draw closer to God through what they see and hear.  Lighting, sound, video… the gift of technology can touch our senses and draw us into focus spiritually more than many people realize.  The video and audio technicians working behind the scenes are vitally important to the atmosphere of worship.  Commitment level varies.

Drama
Jesus often used parables to help people understand His messages more clearly.  Jesus’ parables used the familiar things of life to teach spiritual truth.  The use of drama is much the same for us today.  Dramas, whether monologues or short skits, can help draw out an important truth in the message presented from God’s Word.  If you have a “talent for the stage”, and would love to share that gift in ministry, please contact Pat or Ronna.

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