Our Covid-19 Response

Below you will find weekly updates from us during this time...

Resources & Updates

We want to give you another streaming option during this time of sheltering in place, social distancing and self quarantine.  Right Now Media is a Christian streaming service with thousands of Bible studies, conferences, sermon series, cartoons and documentaries. There is content for all ages. You will need an account to gain access but RBC has free unlimited subscriptions for everyone in our church. Go to the website below, register, and gain unlimited FREE access to a streaming service that will bless you and your family far more than Netflix, Prime, Hulu or even Disney+.
www.rightnowmedia.org
Lamoni, IA Mission Trip

Lamoni mission trip is on again for this year. The dates for the trip will be July 4th through the 11th. We will be helping with VBS, participating in a parade, and assisting in work projects. We do have specific needs for staffing the VBS. Those are a teacher for 1-3, missions teacher, music teacher, and crafts. For all those that are interested, please talk to pastor Mike.

Weekly Giving Updates

Average Weekly Giving: $2,869.24

Weekly Budget Needs: $3,539.23

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Weekly Memory Verse

2 Timothy 1:7 (NKJV)
"For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind."




Letter from Pastor Jackie

Pastoral Care Team: Our biggest concern in all of this is you. We love you and want to minister to you. That is why we have the pastoral care team (PCT). The PCT is made up of our Pastors and Deacons. It exists to serve the community of believers at RBC. Our goal is to have every person at RBC assigned to a member of the PCT. We are asking our people to reach out to your Pastor or Deacon and let them know if you have needs. Our desire is to do our best to minister to you and serve you during this time. This is especially true when it comes to those in our church that are at a higher risk of contracting and facing complications from the coronavirus. With all the necessary social distancing taking place, the PCT is one way we can maintain our strong connection to God, God’s people and God’s purpose.  We cannot stress enough how important it is for you to stay home and shelter in place if you are in one of the high risk categories. Additionally, if you have symptoms of any kind, you need to self quarantine. So please don’t be shy!  Reach out and let us know how we can serve you. If you do not know who your PCT pastor or deacon is, please contact Pastor Jackie and he can let you know.  If you are not yet connected to RBC and need help during this pandemic, we are here for you. 
Programming: Because of the seriousness of the covid-19 crisis, we have made several changes to our programming.

Our Sunday Morning Worship Service (11 a.m.) will continue with some modifications. In order to maintain a level of social distancing, we are eliminating the snacks, coffee, greeting time, passing the offering plate and handing out bulletins. We have canceled all childcare, bible studies, children church and Sunday school activities.

Wednesday nights have also undergone significant changes. All regularly scheduled Wednesday night activities have been canceled. In place of those things we are having an open time of guided prayer, worship and meditation from 6-8 pm. We will gather in the sanctuary and people can come and go as they please and stay as long or as little as they want.

Both the Sunday morning and Wednesday night services will be broadcasted live on Facebook. You will be able to find those on Pastor Jackie’s Facebook page and on the Roseville Baptist Church page. All other weekly activities at the church have also been canceled or indefinitely postponed. If you have questions about the changes we’ve made or what has or has not been canceled, contact Pastor Jackie.
Prayer: We believe there is no better thing we can do than pray. We are asking our church family to pray for God to deliver us from this pandemic. Pray for the leaders of this nation, pray for the sick, pray for the isolated, pray for the church… pray, pray, pray!

We have a new e-mail address, [email protected] where you can send your prayer requests and ask for prayer. If you want the prayer request to remain private, make sure to indicate that in the email. All other prayer requests will be forwarded to our prayer team, our Pastors and our Deacons.