Join us this Christmas Season
at RockPointe Church as we serve, worship and celebrate together.
Christmas Eve Service Times
Saturday, December 24
1, 3, 5 & 11p
1:30, 3 & 4:30p
Children’s programming is provided for ages birth through 3 years at all services except the 11p.
Christmas Day Service
Sunday, December 25
OTHER Christmas Events
THE BRIDGE CHRISTMAS PARTY
Friday, December 16 | 7p | The Cano’s House
INDIAN FELLOWSHIP CHRISTMAS
Saturday, December 17 | 5p | Parker Square
TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS SERVICE
Wednesday, December 21 | 5:30p | Central Campus
Season of Service
Angel Tree at RockPointe
All of our Angel Tree gifts for this year have been purchased. Please consider one of the other Season of Giving opportunities or giving so we can continue to bless others.
Christmas Day Lunch
For the sixth year in a row, we get to spread a little Christmas cheer by serving a Christmas meal to our homeless and elderly neighbors in South Dallas on Christmas Day. This year will be a little different in that our neighbors will not get to “sit and dine” but instead be required to “grab and go”.
All RPC participants will drive their own vehicles to the kitchen. Masks are required for the duration of serving.
The schedule for the day is:
– 10:30a Arrive at Cornerstone Kitchen
– 11a-1p Meal prep
– 1-2p Serve & Clean-up
Sign-up at: rpc.fm/cornerstone.
Cornerstone is located at:
2711 S Ervay
A detailed follow-up email will be sent on December 21 with any final logistics and a map for suggested parking. If you have questions before then, please email Michelle Powell at email@example.com or call 913-530-0061.
Our ministry partner, CCA, has so many ways for families to serve this season.
CCA HOLIDAY ENGAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES
CCA’s Volunteer Relations team is ready to schedule volunteers for their busiest season. Volunteers are needed for the following opportunities.
- Giving Tree Station Attendants – Music City Mall, Mon. – Sun. 12-7p & Stonebriar Mall, Mon. – Sun. 12-8p, 2-hour shifts.
- Giving Tree Leads – Music City Mall & Stonebriar Mall
- Gift Sorters and Packers
- Food Sorting, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 1-5p, up to 10 volunteers.
- And much more…
To sign up, please contact us at 972-219-4389 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
ADOPT A GOLDEN ANGEL FOR CHRISTMAS
Have you delivered meals this year to the CCA Golden Angels? Here is an opportunity to bless them this holiday season. Purchase gifts from a Golden Angel’s wish list and return gifts wrapped and tagged to CCA by November 28, 2022.
To obtain a wish list, contact Peggy at 972-219-4324 or email email@example.com
RPC Kids Christmas Worship Program
December 18 | 6p | Central Campus Worship Center
Advent Season this year is November 27 – December 25
Advent marks the beginning of the Christmas season and the Church year for most Western churches. The word “Advent” means “arrival” or “coming” in Latin and represents the approach of Christ’s birth and the awaiting of Christ’s second coming. It is comprised of the four Sundays before Christmas day, starting on the Sunday closest to November 30 and ending on Christmas.
For Christians, Advent is a time of reflection about the amazing gift God gave to us in the person of His Son who came to live among us on earth. It is also an opportunity to restore Jesus to His rightful place as the center of our holiday celebrations. The prevailing themes of the Advent season, and the symbolism behind activities churches and families share, are expectation and hope, preparation and peace, joy and sharing, and most of all, love.
These themes are represented in the candles of the Advent. Here’s one example of the representation of the candles, along with a Scripture reference: Each Sunday, marking a new week in Advent, a candle is lit (including candles from previous weeks) until we arrive at the white, center candle which stands for Christ.
Hope (Romans 15:12-13)
Love (John 3:16-17)
Joy (Luke 2:7-15)
Peace (Luke 3:4-6)
Christ (John 1:29 & John 3:1-8)
All Advent activities and traditions are grounded in the truth of Scripture, even though the symbolism and stories surrounding them have changed over time. The focus continues to be the great news that the Messiah was and is coming and how we live out our heartfelt longing for both.
ABOUT ROCKPOINTE CHURCH
RockPointe strives to provide a welcoming, family-friendly environment where people of all walks of life encounter the transforming power of a relationship with Jesus.
You will find RockPointe to be a place of imperfect, but genuine and authentic people seeking to glorify Jesus with their lives. Our hope is to point to the empowering grace of Jesus that transforms people to become impactful disciples for the kingdom of God.
The worship music is modern in style and highly gospel-centered in content. People are encouraged to passionately worship Jesus in “spirit and truth.” At RockPointe we value singing songs that are Christ-exalting and theologically rich.
We hold the Scriptures in high regard as the final authority in a person’s life. Messages at RockPointe are Christ-centered and will provide great insight as to what the Bible teaches about living your life for the glory of God. There is also a Family Room for parents to observe the services even while attending to their family needs.
Dinner with the Pastor
Dinner with the Pastor