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Mean Street Received Help from God

Sometimes God answers our prayers in unexpected ways. Mean Street's board and staff have been brainstorming ways to reach a wider audience, increase our volunteer and donor base, and offer services to more folks in need. God came up with a strategy we never could've conceived! On Thursday, October 10, we arrived at the Mean Street office to find that our brand new, 16-ye...

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Background Checks for Volunteers

Individuals who volunteer to work with our children and students are required to have a background check completed in advance of beginning to volunteer. You can access the Background Check Form HERE. The driving section only needs to be completed if you will be driving children or students as part of your volunteer responsibilities. Please return the completed form to ...

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So Many Touching Stories - Loaves & Fishes

It's amazing all the different people you meet at Loaves and Fishes. A couple of years ago I introduced myself to a husband and wife that were volunteering. The husband upon hearing my name asked, "Did you go in Berea High School in Ohio?" I said yes. He said, "I was in your class!" Turns out these folks were Ray and Carole Waldron who had lived in Evergreen for 25 years a...

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Tanzania Action Committee

October was Tanzania month at Rockland Church. Updates on our church's mission outreach to Tanzania was provided to the congregation at worship services on October 20 and 27. Members of the Tanzania Action Committee (TAC) provided more information in the Fellowship Hall concerning current needs of the committee. Rockland Church supports at risk girls in secondary Christ...

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Student Ministry

Great ways to connect and serve in our Student Ministry! ContactDavid Brown:Discipleship Pastor / 303.526.0668 ext 205 /Email We are looking for adults who are able and willing to make a commitment to serving in the Student Ministry ...

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Discipleship

Great ways to connect and serve in our Discipleship Ministry! Adult Education:Each Sunday morning you have the opportunity to join either a co-ed OR a women's bible study class. The classes seek to know the Lord better by studying the books of the Bible or topical studies led by several of Rockland's members. Doors are opened to everyone each Sunday. Contact Dick Parks-...

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Children's & Family Ministry

Great ways to connect and serve in our Children's Family Ministry! Contact Lori Fullmer- Email OR Heidi Barnett- Email Sunday School Leaders:Come plant seeds of faith in a child's heart! Our children need adults to share God's Word, lead the weekly lesson and be a light for Jesus. Serve on a rotating team of teachers in a Preschool or an Elementary class. Training and...

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Operations

Great ways to connect and serve in our Church Operations! Contact Chris Dodge- Email Sunday Morning Counters:Do you like to count money? Do you have 30 minutes to spare on a Sunday morning once per month? This might be your opportunity to serve! Two unrelated adults count the offering on Sunday mornings. Workday Volunteers:We hold work days here at the church and at H...

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Worship

Great ways to connect and serve in our Worship Ministry! Communion: Assist the Pastors in serving Holy Communion to the Rockland congregation. 9:00amservice has communion each Sunday, 10:30amservice has communion once a month. Contact Chuch Drage- Email Greeters:Meet and greet both members and visitors at each of our church entrances. Contact Steve Hannah- Email Scrip...

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Volunteer for Memorial services

We are in great need of volunteers to help with memorial services. We need you to help set up prior to a service and help prepare, serve, and clean up for receptions. Volunteers will be trained. It only takes two to four people to make a very big difference at a memorial service and / or reception. Contact Ed Lange if you are available and interested...

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