The WMU Red Box Project is collecting white socks this year. Bring to RBA office by Oct. 24. Goal is 400.

Annual Meeting of the Randolph Baptist Association is Tuesday, October 21 at Center Cross Baptist Church. Registration begins at: 3:30 pm. Afternoon session begins at: 4:00 pm. Rev. Grant Hoffman is the afternoon speaker. Meal will follow in the Fellowship Hall. Evening session begins at 7:00 and Dr. Ronnie Chaney will be main speaker.

What's Happening in our Churches!

Shady Creek Baptist Church is in the process of tearing down meeting place #8 and will begin a new construction on meeting place #9. The church will be meeting in their fellowship hall during the construction. Rev. Travis Brock is the pastor.
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Balfour Baptist will be a collection center for Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes. Dates of operation are November 17-24. Hours of operation are 1p-3p and 6p-8p daily, except for Sunday, November 23 when hours are 1p-6p. Should you have questions or need assistance, please contact Carolyn Strider at 460-2346.
Ramseur FBC is also a collection site.
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Rev. David Thomas has been called to First Baptist Seagrove, NC. Please welcome David and Jean to our association.

What's Happening at RBA!

Red Box Project: Collection will be white slouch socks. The goal is 400 pair. Deliver to Russell's Grove or RBA Office by 10/24.
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Coats for the City: New or slightly used coats
Please take coats to RBA office by October 25.
Click here for more info: Coats for the City
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Annual Meeting of the Randolph Baptist Association
Tuesday, October 21 (Please note day is Tuesday this year) at Center Cross Baptist Church.
Registration begins at: 3:30 pm.
Afternoon session begins at: 4:00 pm.
Rev. Grant Hoffman is the afternoon speaker. Meal will follow in the Fellowship Hall.
Evening session begins at 7:00 and Dr. Ronnie Chaney will be main speaker.

2015 Emphasis

Many of you have heard me state previously, that 87% to 93% (an estimated 340,000) of all (traditional, mega, new, old or contemporary, etc.) churches are in plateau or decline. Thousands of churches close their doors every year and many more are in a downward spiral toward death. It has been estimated that approximately 53,000 […]

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