Week of April 5, 2020 [download bulletin]
- RCCC Facilities: The shutdown period for the RCCC campus facilities will be extended to Friday, May 1st, 2020, due to the escalating COVID-19 pandemic. Sunday services, Wednesday prayer meetings and other operational meetings will be conducted using streaming or teleconferencing platforms. Please check this website for updates.
- Web links to stream Sunday worship services: English | Chinese
- Lenten Prayer Journey: We invite everyone to participate in this special Prayer Journey every Wednesday evening at 8:00 pm from March 4th to April 8th via video conference. To participate, please email your group leader for the link.
- Holy Communion at Home on April 5th: In light of the current situation, we encourage brothers and sisters to continue partaking in Holy Communion this Sunday, April 5th, and on Easter Sunday, April 12th. Please do this with your families at home, using matzos or bread and grape juice as the communion elements. We partake in remembrance of the body and blood of Jesus which was broken and poured at the cross. Receive by faith and unite with the Lord.
- RCCC Holy Week Services:
– Maundy Thursday, April 9th: Short video (English)
– Good Friday, April 10th, 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm: Meditations on the Cross (download)
– Easter Sunday, April 12th, 10:00 am: Streamed service (English)
- The Children’s Ministry Spring Parent Teacher Meeting: Pastor Sandy’s sharing, Develop Your Child’s Full Potential, is available online.
- Youth Ministry: Pastor Sandy’s third parenting workshop, “Navigating Internet Dangers, Social Media and Cyber Friends” will be streamed on April 19th, from 1:00 pm to 2:30pm.
- Youth Staff Applications for this summer’s Vacation Bible School are out! If you attend RCCC and are between 7th and 12th grade, and are interested in joining the 2020 VBS team, please fill out the application online. The deadline is Sunday, April 12th. For collegians and adults, please contact Katrina Wong or Matthew Lau at .
- The Community Service Ministry at RCCC encourages you to participate in the fight against COVID-19. Community members are impacted by shutdowns, and health care professionals and community responders are being challenged daily due to inadequate supply of protective gear, shortage of blood and financial support. Here are some ways you can help:
– Continue Worshiping and Tithing
– Deacon Fund Donation
– Protective Equipment Donation for hospitals and first responders
– Financial Donation for first responders
– Blood Donation
– Food Donation
Please see COVID-19 Response for detail information.