Kids Bike Parade
June 25th from 10:00-11:00am. The event is open to all kids that can ride a bike pretty independently. Parents need to attend with their kids. We will meet at the church at 10:00am, decorate our bikes for about 15 minutes and then ride over to Brookside Inn and wave to the residents as we circle the parking lot. Then we will head back to the church for some snacks and drinks. Kids are welcome to come with their bikes already decorated and strollers are welcome.
Bigger kids, who can ride without training wheels for a good distance, can come at 9:30am for a longer ride before we go on the parade. They will go for a 30 minute ride together before meeting up with the rest of the kids for the 10:00am parade.
If you have any questions please talk to Arissa Pacheco.
National Day of Prayer
This year is the 25th Year of this event in Castle Rock.
Please join with community leaders on May 5th as we pray for our community and country. We will meet from 12 -1 pm on the steps of the Douglas County Admin Building on the east steps between 3rd and 4th street on Wilcox Street.
CRBC Men’s Excursion
The men of CRBC are going to the Rockies Vs. The Mets baseball game on Sunday, May 15th right after church. Bring a few dollars for concessions or a sack lunch. Invite some friends! Tickets are going to be $7 and cash gets you your tickets. We only have 30 and the will all disappear.
For more info please talk to Pastor Austin.
Community Garage Sale
On Saturday, May 7th, Castle Rock Bible Church is having a garage sale to benefit our mission trip to the Navajo Nation in Gallup, New Mexico.
The event will be from 9an – 3pm on Saturday May 7th in the CRBC parking lot. You can set up a table to sale your goods or donate them to benefit the missions team. To organize drop off of your donated goods, contact Tyler Griffith (303-993-3907) or email Austin at email@example.com.
Dear Friends and Family of CRBC:
Don’t you just love the Springtime in Colorado. I was sitting outside with no shirt two days ago enjoying some Vitamin D.
After some prayer, contemplation, fears from the prognosticators about a 24″ build-up, and consultation, the leadership of CRBC has decided to encourage all of you to have a family church time in your homes Sunday morning, April 17th.
Out of safety and concern for all of you, we felt this was a best case scenario with the possibility of heavy snow and a cool night. I have heard it said, “Safety never takes a vacation.”
It is our hope to be in contact with absolutely everyone who attends CRBC. If you know of anyone who may be new to our church fellowship who many not receive this email, will you please contact them and give them the news?
Sleep in tomorrow, stay in your pajamas and slippers, make some hot cocoa, read the Bible together, put on your favorite worship CD, and sing and dance your heart out. Maybe even keep reading B90X where you left off!
We’ll move The Trek forward one week, so some of you can still sign up on-line for that. So that will be April 24th, May 1 & 8. Next week we’ll be back with one of our overseers, Britt Hancock. I can’t wait for that. If you have any questions, please ask away.
I love Jesus and I think we live in the best place ever!