Thoughtful Faith Community
Wednesday, April 19, 2023
5:30-7:30 p.m.

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

Entrée: Chicken Divan (Broccoli and Curry) OR Broccoli Curry (V)

Sides: Salad Bar (V, GF); Rice (V); Baked Peaches (V); Hot Yeast Rolls (V); Chocolate Pecan Triangles (V)

Kids Entrée: Chicken Tenders

V = Vegetarian, GF = Gluten Free


  • 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, April 17. 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.

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.

Stan Barnett has been a welcome addition to the RRCB and RRP team, catering TFC supper meals, deacon dinners, and preschool special events. Stan is available for catering your events outside of the church, please feel free to inquire with him. Contact the Church Office for his contact information.
Stan V. Barnett
“Catering For All Occasions”


Supper Reservations are closed




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

Carol Choir
5:30-6:00 p.m., UC #232

  • 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 ( for more information.

Journeying with Scripture: Shifting Perspectives Throughout Life led by Rev. Dr. Ron Crawford
6:45-7:30 p.m., Fellowship Hall

We heard Bert Browning and Bill Tuck speak about interpreting scripture during earlier TFC programs this year. They said that as Baptists, it is our responsibility and our privilege to read biblical texts and interpret what they mean for ourselves. But we do this differently at 10 years old than we do when we’re 30 or say, 70. Through our lives, we are growing and learning all the way through. With experience, study, prayer, and all of life rolled in, we will change how we hear and understand the texts. Ron will guide us through some of the ways this happens and offer insights into the process.

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

Contact Bob Gallagher ( for more information.