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For the week of October 1, 2013

For the week of October 1, 2013

The Future of Our Facilities
Join us for a CRBC family gathering to hear Pastor Rick speak on the next steps for our facility. We will meet on Sunday, October 13, at 6 p.m. in the Worship Center.  Childcare available for 3s and under.

“Start Here” Newcomers’ Lunch
If you are new to Council Road or just visiting, and you want to know more about our church, please come to the Start Here lunch on Sunday, October 20, at noon in the Cube. The theme is our annual Bedlam Bash, so wear your team’s favorite colors! You will have an opportunity to find out how to get involved, as well as meet other newcomers and our church staff. You will also have the opportunity to join Council Road if you desire. Childcare is provided.

Celebrate Recovery
The CR gang is here every Friday night in the Front Porch at 5:45 for dinner, meaningful worship time, inspiring recovery testimonies, fellowship and desserts. We extend to you a warm welcome. Come see for yourself the "great stuff" that is happening at Council Road on Friday nights. Childcare is provided. Contact Sue Ellen Ferguson at for more information.

12-Step Studies
Are hurts, habits and hang-ups affecting the way you live your life? It is not too late to join these Scripture-based, life changing group studies. The ladies meet on Wednesdays in Room 127 at 6:15 p.m., and the men meet at 6:30 in Room 204. Visit the group and see if it is the place for you. Contact Sue Ellen at

Don't walk the lonely road of divorce alone. If you need help navigating your way through the painful emotions of divorce, join us each Wednesday at 6:15 p.m. in Room 207. You will find friendship, support and Godly wisdom. Contact Sue Ellen Ferguson.

Don’t forget to place your October food order at This is open to anyone who wants to order quality, inexpensive food, regardless of income level. You may also want to give one as a gift. Stop by the Kiosk or the Cube to pick up the September menu. Contact Clint Chamberlain.

“Orphan Justice” Book Study
The book study has begun in Room C107 (Children’s Building) at 9:15 a.m. on Sundays in the Children’s Building. We still have room available for you! Books are $5. The author, Johnny Carr, will be with us on Orphan Sunday, November 3. Contact James Hunt at

Adoptive and Foster Family Support Group
Come join us on Wednesdays in Room C107 (Children’s Building) at 6:15 p.m. We are an OKDHS approved support group which means if you need continuing education credits, you can get them here! Come find support and encouragement. Contact James Hunt.

Oklahoma Disaster Relief
Oklahoma Disaster Relief responds with food and compassion to help those who have been affected by disasters begin to pick up the pieces and restore lives. If you are interested in being part of this incredible ministry, training will take place on October 5 from 8 - 4 at First Baptist Church in Del City. For more information, see www.bgco/ministries/disaster-relief.

Follow Us!
Stay informed of all the CRBC events by following us on Facebook and Twitter @councilroad. You may also sign up for our e-newsletter on our Facebook page.

Sermons on YouVersion Bible App
If you miss a sermon, or miss filling in the blanks on the sermon notes in the study guide, you may catch up on the notes in the YouVersion Holy Bible app. You may download it free today!

Flu Shots
Flu shots, flu mist and pneumonia shots will be offered in the Cube Commons area on Thursday, October 17, from 9 - 3. They will be administered by the Visiting Nurses Association. Medicare will be filed, but private insurance will not be filed. Cost is $25 for flu shots, private pay, and $75 for pneumonia shots, private pay.

Fall Festival 2
This year's Fall Festival will take place on Saturday, October 26, in the Cube parking lot and grassy areas. This year's festival will benefit the Karis Ministry. We will have five inflatables, a petting zoo, a pony ride carousel, food, a photo booth, a bake sale, a trackless train and the F.A.I.T.H Rider motorcycles. Though admission is free, there will be opportunities to benefit the Karis fostering, adoption, and orphan care ministry of CRBC. Please invite others and please pray for God’s blessing of good weather. Contact James Hunt at or 503.4092.

Candy Donations Needed
Candy donations for the fall festival are being accepted in the foyer of the Worship Center. Please provide only individually wrapped candy. Contact James Hunt at or 503.4092.

Uganda Children’s Choir
The Imani Milele Children’s Choir from Uganda will be here October 27 as our special music guests in both services. The choir is made up of orphaned and vulnerable children that are beneficiaries of the good work of the Imani Milele Children. Through the Imani Milele Children child-care program, over 3000 children have been given daily necessities, the opportunity to receive an education, and the love and support they so deeply need in order to survive and succeed in life.

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