He told them another parable: “The kingdom of heaven is like a mustard seed, which a man took and planted in his field. Though it is the smallest of all seeds, yet when it grows, it is the largest of garden plants and becomes a tree, so that the birds come and perch in its branches.” ~Matthew 13:31-32
9:15a & 11a
RPC Kids Choir
9:15a & 11a
Glory Moves • Dance Ministry
Radiance • Dance Ministry
RWP • Perform the Easter Story
Easter Egg Hunt & Services
Easter Egg Hunt Birth-PreK • 4:30p
Easter Service • 5p
Easter Egg Hunt K-5th Grade • Between 5p & 7p Services
Easter Service • 7p
Our 6th Annual Easter Festival includes activities, games, and sweet treats.
8a, 9:15a & 11a
Celebration of the Empty Tomb
We hope you have received our invitation to Easter Services and have had the opportunity to determine which service time will work best for you. Are you wondering what to do with the mustard seeds now that you have them? Follow the instructions below and watch as your small mustard seeds grow into plants that will reproduce more seeds for harvesting over and over again.
Just as you would nurture and care for mustard seeds, we desire the same for each adult believer growing in your spiritual journey with Christ. The Discipleship Pathway is a simple strategy that will help you begin or continue on your journey to be a fully developed and productive follower of Christ by providing you with resources, guidance, encouragement, and accountability.
Plant your mustard seeds about an inch apart. Once they sprout, thin the seedlings so that they are 6″ apart. Thinning the seedling helps to improve the air circulation around them. When plants are crowded, air movement is limited.
Once mustard seed plants start growing, they need little care. The seeds enjoy and thrive in cool weather. Mustard seeds will flower quickly in warmer weather which will produce poor flowers and seeds so make every effort to keep them cool.
Mustard seed plants need 2″ of water a week. Mustard seed plants don’t need fertilizer if they have been planted in nutrient rich soil. If you are unsure of your soil, you can add a balanced fertilizer to the roots once the plants are 3″-4″ tall.
As the mustard flower grows and matures, it will form pods and the leaves of the plant will start to yellow. Remove the seeds from the pods with your hands. Use the mustard seeds fresh or dry them for long-term storage.