Weekly Rockpointe News

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JourneyUNITED Christmas Gathering  ///  Our December JourneyUNITED is a very special Holiday Feast that you won’t want to miss! Everyone is welcome to join us for a delicious evening of fellowship, fun, and food. Many dishes are needed – CLICK HERE to sign up to bring a dish. Or just show up. That’s ok too…we’ll see you there! Children will join their families for this very special night (no separate Children’s Ministry programs will run).

Men’s & OASIS Women’s Bible Studies /// JourneySEEK Bible Studies for either men or women are offered on Thursday evenings from 7 – 8:30 P. There is also a Wednesday morning option for the OASIS Ladies’ Bible Study from 9:30-10:45 A. There is no cost to participate, but registration is required. Onsite childcare is available for the Wednesday morning study. Register at the Welcome Center or RIGHT HERE. Questions? Contact us at journey@rockpointe.org.

Men of Courage & Women of Strength Discussion Groups  ///  These JourneySEEK discussion groups meet biweekly on Saturdays from 8 – 9:15 A. December meeting dates are Saturdays the 7th and the 21st. These separate JourneySEEK groups are for adult men and women who want to face challenges together and live lives of integrity and faith. No registration required – just show up!

Detroit Bible Institute – Winter Session  ///  Registration is NOW OPEN for DBI’s Winter Session. Choose from three excellent classes all designed to deepen your faith and expand your understanding of God’s Word. CLICK HERE for more information including registration.


ETHOS  ///  Are you 18-29 and looking to connect with others to encounter God and understand what it means to be His family? Join us on Sunday, December 15 at 6:30 P!  CLICK HERE for more.



The End is Near  ///  The year is drawing to a close and we want you to be aware of a few important items related to your giving. Your last chance to give and receive tax credit for 2019 is Sunday, December 29 in person and Tuesday, December 31 online (www.rockpointe.org/give). If you give regularly one way you can really help our accounting team is by giving online or using pre-numbered tithe envelopes (which are different from the ones in the seats). 2020 envelope sets are available at the Welcome Center. Questions? Contact RCC Business Manager Julia Davis (julia@rockpointe.org).

AXIOM Parents – Read This!  ///  If you are looking for the latest AXIOM updates, like all the hot new items on this year’s AXIOM Café menu, event registration and more, follow us on social media! Search for @axiomstudents on both Instagram and Facebook, or you can always stop by www.rockpointe.org/axiomparents.

Free 2020 Calendars  ///  Stop by the Welcome Center for a FREE 2020 wall calendar!

Amazon Smile & Kroger Rewards /// If you are an Amazon shopper, consider using Amazon Smile! Click HERE to sign up. When you shop through that link, Rockpointe receives a percentage donation directly from Amazon! We know that many of you already do this because to date we have received $1,120.85!
We are also now part of the Kroger Community Rewards Program. Click HERE to link your Kroger rewards account to us. Search for us by name or with our code MR505. Shop for your groceries and support ministry at the same time!

Rockpointe Pantry  ///  Our Rockpointe Pantry could use a boost for the holidays! Here’s what we could really use: household paper goods (tissues, toilet paper, etc.), feminine products, shampoos & soaps, dental care items, diapers, baby food, drink boxes, peanut butter & jelly, pasta & sauce, pancake mix & syrup, canned fish & meats, protein bars, soups, boxed potatoes, rice mixes, canned fruit, cereal, and granola bars. The Pantry is open for anyone who needs it and is located at the north end of the Concourse. Donations of goods are always welcome.

Recycling Initiative /// If you don’t need to keep your bulletin or insert cards, please help us out by recycling them! Just drop them off at one of the baskets at the back of the sanctuary or at either balcony exit. And for all you “advanced recyclers,” check out the Paper Retriever in our north parking lot! We get cash back for all the tons (literally!) of paper that ends up in our Paper Retriever! Acceptable items include: office/school paper, newspaper, construction paper, magazines and catalogs, shredded paper (in plastic bags), junk mail, notebooks, and writing tablets. NO phone books, books, plastic, glass, metal, trash or cardboard. Thank you!