Classic Council Road
A classic blend of hymns and choruses with choir and orchestra
Worship that reflects new styles and artist
Community Remembrance Service Our Community Remembrance Service is Monday, December 4, at 7 p.m. in the Chapel. If you have experienced the loss of a loved one, please join us in honoring his or her memory. Bob Willis, Grief Recovery Specialist, is our facilitator.Holy Land Trip Registration Open Only three more Sundays to register for the Holy Land trip! The deadline to sign up is November 21 with a $500 deposit. We will tour the Holy Land with an option to see Petra on April 9-18, 2018 (add four days for Petra). Sights include the Sea of Galilee, Jerusalem, the Mount of Olives, Wailing Wall, Temple Mount, Dead Sea, Garden Tomb, Petra and more! Register now at www.discoveryworldwideministries.com. Cost is $4,299, plus $1,009 for Petra. Final Payment deadline is January 9, 2018. Contact Sarah Sutton.
K-LOVE Christmas Tour Tickets are now on sale for the K-LOVE Christmas tour! CRBC is hosting the concert on December 2, and special guests are Steven Curtis Chapman, Plumb, We Are Messengers, and Mark Martel. Performance begins at 7 p.m., and tickets available only at http://www.klove.com/events/christmas-tour/. Seating is general admission, and doors will open at 6 p.m. See the K-LOVE website if you are interested in volunteering, or if you would like to purchase VIP seats.
E-Newsletter Sign up for our free, weekly e-newsletter on the guest form on Sundays or on our Facebook page. You may also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @councilroad.
Services Live-Streamed on Facebook If you can’t be with us on Sunday mornings, our worship service is live-streamed over our Facebook page! Check it out @councilroad right at 10:15 a.m.
Sermons on YouVersion Bible App Every Sunday, you can find the Scripture and sermon notes on the YouVersion Bible App. Click on “more,” then “events,” and you will see CRBC live.
2020 Giving Campaign
We are in the process of paying off the 2020 campaign, which are the funds used to pay for our beautiful new facility upgrades. Give above and beyond your regular tithe to help us pay off the debt by December 2020. Give in the bucket on Sundays, give at www.councilroad.org/give, or text "building" and the amount to 405.652.0607. If you have questions, contact Jason Arnold.
Opening Night Advent is one of the most celebratory and intimate seasons we uphold as the church—a season when we remember and reflect upon the birth of our Savior. This journey begins on Opening Night as we join in a collective effort of all the worship expressions at Council Road to bring an inspirational and uplifting offering of Christmas song. Our choir, orchestra, and band will lead us, and our pastor will begin the celebration of the Advent season. You’ll leave feeling inspired to share God’s story this Christmas. Join us on Sunday, November 26, at 6 p.m. in the Worship Center for Opening Night.Community Caregiver Resource Group There is a new concept to Oklahoma designed to enable people to affordably age in place as well as they can for as long as they can. Come find out more information on Thursday, November 16, at 11:30 a.m. in Missions Café. Marilyn Olson, Executive Director, of Villages OKC, will speak on aging-in-place villages. Bring your lunch, and we will provide drinks and dessert. Contact Gaylene Turner at firstname.lastname@example.org.End-of-Year ScheduleNovember 21 and 22: No evening activities, except choir rehearsal, due to preparation for Families Loving Families November 23: Families Loving Families, 8:30 a.m., Maroney Hall November 26: Opening Night Service, 6 p.m., Worship Center, No Childcare December 20: No Wednesday evening activitiesDecember 24: Identical Christmas Eve Candlelight services at 11 a.m. and 11 p.m. No Connection groups, no childcareDecember 27: No Wednesday evening activitiesDecember 25-29: Church offices and Cube closedDecember 31: Regular Sunday morning schedule. End-of-year contributions received until noon.January 1: Church offices and Cube closedJanuary 3: No Wednesday evening activitiesJanuary 10: Wednesday evening activities and spring classes beginOkie Motion Senior Adult Exercise Class and Tai Chi Class
Okie Motion exercise classes take place in the Cube Auditorium every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 9 a.m. Cost is $1 per class. We also offer Tai Chi classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays for $2 per class from 1 to 1:45 p.m. in the Cube Auditorium. Kathy Huffman teaches both classes.Hands for MissionsWe need help making quilts for DHS foster children and crafts for the homebound. Join us on the first three Thursdays of every month in Room 100 from 9-11 a.m.
Senior Adult Cube Daytime Bible StudyOur Bible study meets every Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the Cube. Dr. Stan Lightfoot leads. Come and enjoy hearing God’s word together. Contact Claree Cox for information.
Senior Adult Christmas Light TripWe are taking reservations until the bus is full. Join us December 7 to see Christmas lights in Chickasha after a meal at First Baptist Church in Chickasha with Michael Butler. We will see the lights in Yukon on the way home. Be at the church at 3:30 for a 4 p.m. departure. We’ll return at 9 p.m. Cost is $40. Sign up in the Senior Adult Office.
Foster/Adoption Support Group We are currently in a series titled Rooted: Gospel Driven Parenting for Struggling Parents. Join us any time on Wednesdays at 6:15 p.m. in C201. It is for foster parents, adoptive parents, Safe Families volunteers, mentors, or anyone who works with children who don't live with their biological parents. Contact Carisa Wilsie at email@example.com.
DivorceCare DivorceCare features dynamic video seminars with renowned experts on divorce and recovering. Find help, discover hope, and experience healing each Wednesday at 6:15 p.m. in Room 204. You will learn how to deal with the pain of the past while looking forward to rebuilding your life. There are a variety of programs at the same time on the church campus for preschool through teenagers. Dinner is also served in Maroney Hall from 5-6 p.m. Contact Sue Ellen Ferguson for more information.Celebrate Recovery People in Celebrate Recovery want to encourage fellowship and to celebrate God's healing power in our lives as we work our way along the road to recovery. We are changed as we share our experiences, strengths and hopes with one another. In addition, we become willing to accept God's grace and forgiveness in solving life's problems. Join us every Friday night at 5:45 in Maroney Hall for dinner. We then enjoy a large group praise time with testimony before moving to small groups, then a fellowship and dessert time. Childcare is provided. Contact Sue Ellen Ferguson.Families Loving Families If you would like to deliver meals on Thanksgiving Day, we will begin at 8:30 a.m. in Missions Café. Everyone is welcome to join us.Food Pantry Our needs in the food pantry have increased. You may give by texting the word "FOOD" with your dollar amount to 652.0607 or write a check to CRBC with "food pantry" in the memo line.The Gift Goes On Invite a friend to one of the biggest events all year at CRBC! Kick off your holiday shopping on November 14, from 6-9 p.m. at the Cube. Grab a delicious dinner from an onsite food truck, then come inside for a shopping extravaganza. We will host vendors, storefronts, and local creatives who offer a wide variety of gifts. We’ll also have an auction with items such as vacation homes to special event tickets and more. Auction proceeds benefit the Karis Adoption Fund, which helps families turn orphans into sons and daughters. We will offer additional items such as home and holiday décor, clothing for infants, children, men and women, hand-lettering artists, leather, jewelry, bath and body products, stunning photography, food gifts, coffee and more! At least twenty percent of the profits from all vendors will be donated to the Karis Adoption Fund.
Vendors include the following: 405 Mobile Boutique, 42nd Street Candy, 44th and Blvd, Bee Joyful Honey, Booth 1981, Cargo Room, CRBC Artists-in-Residence, Connect Roasters, Dash B Boutique, David Sutton Pictures, Food gifts, GALvanized Home Décor, Harvest Ethiopia, Jolly Elf Designs, Little Red Bird, LipSense, LC Crochet, Lula Roe, Matilda Jane Clothing, Navy Bean Lettering, Noonday, Norwex, Okay See, Origami Owl, Ornaments, Paper + More, Pink Leopard OKC, PB&J Games, Rudek Woodworking, Scentsy, and Simpleton Goods.Baptism If you have made a profession of faith in Jesus Christ and want to be baptized, contact Micah White at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our next baptism service is Sunday, December 10, at 10:15 a.m. Middle School Lock-InAll middle school students are welcome to join us for the Middle School Lock-in November 17-18 at the Cube. This is going to be an awesome night of absolute middle school insanity! Lazer Quest, games tournament, movies, pizza, popcorn, underground church, etc. It will be loaded with fun! We begin Friday at 8:30 p.m. and end on Saturday at 7 a.m. Cost is $30.Senior Adult First Thursday Potluck Bring your favorite potluck dish and join us on December 7 at 6 p.m. in Room 100. Bring a friend and enjoy food, fun and games. Contact Claree Cox if you have questions.
For a further look ahead visit our events page