Thoughtful Faith Community
Wednesday, February 8, 2023
5:30-7:30 p.m.

Supper, 6:00-6:45 p.m., Fellowship Hall

Entrée: Ham & Vegetable Cobbler OR Vegetable Cobbler (V)

Sides: Salad Bar (V, GF); Mashed Potatoes (V,GF); Hot Rolls (V); Apple Crisp (V)

Kids Entrée: Hot Dogs

V = Vegetarian, GF = Gluten Free

Cost:

  • Adults/Youth: $10
  • Kids: $6
  • Household Max: $32
  • Household is defined as persons living together at the same address

Reservations are required; extra meals will not be available. If you have not already, please make your reservation by 11AM on Monday, January 23. You may do so by filling out the form below or contacting the church office. When you make your reservation, please specify the meals you’d like for your family.

Welcome Stan Barnett to the River Road kitchen!

Stan is a Richmond native and a graduate of Hampden-Sydney College. He has been catering for over 40 years. In 1989 he opened The Hill Cafe for a very diverse and welcoming community, and after 11 years of service is the former Director of Kitchen Ministries for St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church.

His one daughter and two grandsons live in Park City, Utah. He and his partner of 32 years live in downtown Richmond and spend much of their time traveling and visiting their Outer Banks beach home.

Please note that the menu options are set and meals are served as delivered by the caterer. If you have dietary restrictions, you may choose not to be plated with certain items as food is served. You are always welcome to bring your own meal and enjoy table fellowship with us.

 

Supper Reservations

  • Meat Entrée

  • Vegetarian Entrée

  • Kids Entrée

  • Childcare

 

Volunteer Opportunities
5:30-8:00 p.m.

  • Kitchen Volunteers to assist with supper setup, serving, and clean up — click here to sign up
  • Lock Up Volunteers to walk through the building and turn off lights and lock doors — contact danielingram@rrcb.org

Children’s Choirs
5:30-6:00 p.m., UC #232

  • Children’s Choir with Bob Gallagher in Main Rehearsal Room (Grades 2-5)
  • Carol Choir with Claire Lukenbill in UC #232 (pre-K to Grade 1; preschoolers should have turned 4 by 9/30/22)

Contact Bob Gallagher (bobgallagher@rrcb.org) for more information.

Children’s Devotion & Activities
6:30-7:30 p.m., CA #112

If you need childcare for children 3 and under, please contact sandyrooney@rrcb.org.

Baptist Pilgrimage: How do we live from our heritage? led by Rev. Dr. Bert Browning and Rev. Dr. Bill Tuck
6:45-7:30 p.m., Fellowship Hall

For many religious traditions, the experience of pilgrimage holds great significance. Pilgrimage involves not only a physical journey to a destination, but also a spiritual journey within oneself. As Christians, we engage in an ongoing journey of faith development that calls us toward becoming more Christlike every day. We each embark on our own Christian pilgrimage, but we do not walk alone. We follow in the footsteps of the saints who have gone before us, are kept company by the pilgrims who travel with us, even as we pave the way for those who come behind us.

Youth Study Hall
6:45-7:30 p.m., Youth Area

Chancel Choir Rehearsal
7:30-9:30 p.m., Main Rehearsal Room

Contact Bob Gallagher (bobgallagher@rrcb.org) for more information.