What if I could offer you a chance to do REAL missions work that could change lives and it won’t cost you a dime; you don’t have to board a plane; and you don’t even have to speak a word?
Got your attention?
Because I’m asking our ORBC 10am attendees to MOVE to one of the wing services starting this Sunday!
We are changing our service times from 8:30, 10:00, and 11:30 to 9:00, 10:30, and 12:00pm beginning on March 9th. We believe that extra 30 minutes of sleep can make a big difference!
Because we love God and we love people, we want to open up more seats for our VISITORS. Historically, the majority of visitors attend the 2nd service which will now be at 10:30am.
Sooo, I’m asking that you give up your seat at the second service to make room for those who are checking out Christ and the ORBC church family.
What Service Should I Attend?
I’m asking that if you have been attending the 10am live venue service that you move to the new 9am service.
If you have been attending the 8:30 service, please simply move to the new 9am service.
If you have been attending the 11:30 service, you probably have been getting there around 12 anyway so just keep doing what you’re doing. (ok, that’s my feeble attempt at humor).
Of course, there will be circumstances where you are unable to move from the middle service. That’s fine. Don’t feel bad. Most likely that’s because you’re committed to serving at one of the other time slots and for that we say, THANK YOU!!! You could simply move to the Video Venue. They have an awesome service in that room and I hear the preacher isn’t half bad.
Can moving to another time or room really make a difference?
YES! Because every time we do something unselfish for lost people we’re becoming more like Jesus and we’re making it easier for others to find Him.
Love you guys!
PS: Don’t forget to set your clocks forward one hour Saturday night!!!
Scott CreagerPosted at 12:17h, 06 March
I would add, not only move to the 9 or 12 service, but volunteer and serve at the 10:30. There should be no gaps in ministry during that service.
Brian MossPosted at 15:50h, 06 March