Happy Spring, everyone! As we turn our focus to Easter and the upcoming end up the school year, here is a quick run-down of what’s coming up in the world of RCC Student Ministries… (Warning, it’s kind of a lot!)
The Middle (5-8th grade) will continue their “All-Access” series through April 12. This series, which we started last Wednesday, is preparing us for Easter, as we discuss how Jesus has given us all-acess to God.
High School (9-12th grade) will finish up their current series, “Lenses,” on April 2. It’s been great to talk about some deep and serious stuff over the past several weeks, as we how we should approach our future, social issues, and other big stuff going on around us.
April 8 is the Worth It Conference. All students and parents are invited to join us for this one-day event that will help us remain pure in our dating (or future dating) relationships. In addition to local ministers and youth leaders, there will also be several professional athletes there to share their stories! Sign up online today!
On Sunday night, April 9, all high school students are heading over to Park Place Lanes for a night of bowling & pizza! The cost is only $15, so invite your friends and maybe even volunteer to take care of their cost! This will be in place of our usual high school ministry, so do not come to RCC. Instead, bring your money and friends, and meet us at the bowling alley!
RCC is hosting the Salem Community Easter Egg Hunt on April 15 at Soule School. Make sure you sign up to volunteer and invite your friends, family, and neighbors to the event!
On April 16, RCC’s Easter morning worship gathering at will be at Salem High School at 10:15 AM. Also, our high school ministry will not meet that night, due to Easter.
The Middle will start a new series on April 19 called “Relationship Goals.” This three-week series focuses on three different types of goals that should be set in relationships. We’ll talk about: What you do now affects your future; Guard your heart, value others, and be honest; and IF you want the right kind of person, you need to become the right kind of person. Even if you’re not even thinking about dating right now, these are great principles to put into place for all future relationships and friendships!
All 6-12th graders are invited to join us at the Salem Boys & Girls Club for an all-nighter on April 22-23 with several area churches. We’ll have tons of food, games, music, laser tag, dodgeball, basketball, swimming, and more! The cost is $20 per person, and there’s only space for 300 students, so sign up today!
Due to the all-nighter, high school will not meet on April 23. We’ll be back to our normal schedule on April 30, though! Also, you can start getting excited about May, because our seniors have a surprise for everyone!!
Due to NH school break, The Middle will not meet on April 26. We’ll be back to our normal schedule on May 3!
If you are in 8-12th grade and have not gotten your deposits in for our workcampNE mission trip yet, do so right away! Also, if you’re not yet in the workcamp team’s Facebook group, contact Steve today, so you can stay in the loop on all our fundraiser plans and deadlines.
Ok, you can breath now! I know it’s a lot! But rest assured, it’s all going to be great!!Tags: RCC Students