Christmas at RockPointe

Join us this Christmas season at RockPointe Church as we serve, worship and celebrate together.

CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE TIMES

Wednesday, December 23: 6:00p (masks required)

Thursday, December 24: 1:00, 2:30, 4:00 & 5:30p (masks requested)

Christmas Road
Season of Service
Angel Tree

RockPointe Missions and RPC Kids are partnering again this year with Vickery Elementary to fulfill the Christmas wishes of 200 children through the annual Angel Tree giving opportunity. We hope you will join us in blessing some very special children!

How it works:

  1. Visit rpc.fm/angeltree to access the names and wishes of 200 children from Vickery Elementary. The list will include kids of all ages as we desire to serve the whole family within the LISD. All selections must be made by November 29th.
  2. When you select a child, you are committing to spending $100 on that child. Because many families are hurting financially this time of year, Vickery has asked us to focus on buying clothing and shoes first as the primary gifts. Sizes are provided.
  3. Return unwrapped gifts enclosed in a white trash bag with the child’s number and letter written in large print outside the bag.
  4. Unwrapped gifts may be placed in the collection bin located in the South Breezeway of the Main Foyer. All gifts must be received by December 6th.

The gifts you purchase and donate will be delivered to Vickery Elementary by RPC Staff and volunteers on December 7th.

If you have any questions, email us!

Christmas at Cornerstone

For the fourth 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 HERE

Serving at CCA

Our ministry partner, CCA, has so many ways for families to serve this season. For questions and to sign up, email volunteer.requests@ccahelps.org or call (972) 219-4382.


Holiday Food Sorting Teams
Sort through donated items and organize them in the warehouse. Must be 12 years of age or older; 12-year old must serve with an adult.

Oct-Dec weekdays 1-4p


Christmas Stocking Designers
Sew handmade stockings for children using a specific pattern available at Contact Quilt Country (701 S. Stemmons, Lewisville / 972-436-7022). Purchase the $1 pattern (proceeds go to CCA) – 2,000 stockings needed!

Deliver on or before Dec. 4


Christmas Tree Assemblers
Move large boxes of trees from the warehouse. Assemble artificial trees that are delivered to different retailers for Giving Tree. Must be able to lift disassembled parts of artificial trees and assemble them

Nov. 20 9a-12p


Gift Sorters & Packers
Sort and pack gifts based on parents’ wish list for their children adding wrapping supplies and stockings filled with items.

Dec. 1 -11 9a-12p


Event Room Decoration & Set-Up Team
Set up all supplies, tables, chairs, signs, and decorations for the event. Must be 12 years of age or older; 12-year old must serve with an adult.

Dec. 14 11:30a-1:30p


Bible or Devotional Pick Up & Prayer Team Member
This opportunity is for adult volunteers who are Christian and are willing to pray with families while they are in their vehicle, after receiving their gifts and offer a Bible or devotional if they don’t have one.

Dec. 14-18 12-3p/ 3-6p
Dec. 19 1-4p/4-6p


Christmas Event Photographers
Take event photos indoors and outdoors and share with CCA key staff afterward. You must be 14 years of age or older with excellent event photography skills and the ability to share photos before leaving

Dec. 14-18, 1-3p
Dec. 19, 1-3p/3-6p            


Traffic Flow Coordinators
Direct clients through the drive-thru process, divert other traffic to Mill Street, prevent traffic jams. A safety vest is provided, or you can bring your own. Must be assertive, confident, and at least 16 years of age to manage this duty and able to be outdoors in different weather conditions

Dec. 14-18 12-3p/ 3-6p
Dec. 19 1-4p/4-6p


Outdoor Event Greeters
Welcome parents and get information explaining the process. Must be able to speak Spanish and be able to work outdoors. Elf costume required and must have an outgoing personality.

Dec. 14-18 12-3p/ 3-6p
Dec. 19 1-4p/4-6p


Indoor Elf Gift Trackers
Get the family’s name from the outdoor elf and locate a gift bag; place in the shopping cart and give it to the outdoor elf. Must be 14 years of age or older; 14-year old must serve with an adult. Good listening skills and good organization skills required.

Dec. 14-18 12-3p/ 3-6p
Dec. 19 1-4p/4-6p


Outdoor Elf Gift Loaders
As the Outdoor Elf, you will ask for the family’s name and go inside to request a gift bag then load the car. Must be 14 years of age or older; 14-year old must serve with an adult and must be able to lift bag and go outside.

Dec. 14-18 12-3p/ 3-6p
Dec. 19 1-4p/4-6p


Event Break Down Team
Help away any supplies and clean up the area, setting it up for the next day, cleaning the floor, removing trash, and replacing trash bags. On the last day, we will move tables, chairs, and other supplies into the proper storage area. Must be 12 years of age or older; 12-year old must serve with an adult.

Dec. 14-19 5:30-7:30p


After Christmas Warehouse Inventory Assistants
Take inventory and organize remaining gifts storing them in the proper place by category Must be 16 or older and be good with details and numbers. It’s a bonus if you can operate a pallet jack but not required

Jan. 19-21 9a-12p / 1:30-4:30p
Jan. 22 9a-12p

Let's Get Packing with First Refuge Ministries

This is another great opportunity to serve for all ages this season.  

Join us on November 23 from 9-12 at First Denton as we assemble boxes of food that will be distributed through the First Refuge mobile pantry across the Denton area. 

WHO: Everyone, all ages
WHEN: Monday, November 23 from 9a-12p
WHERE: 1100 Malone Street | Denton, 76201

Let us know you are coming by signing up at rpc.fm/firstrefuge.

If you have questions, email us at missions@rockpointechurch.org.

RPCKids Christmas Worship

1st-5th Grade Christmas Worship Offering
Sunday, 12/13 during both services

Don’t you love hearing the sweet voices of our children singing praises to the Lord? The time has come for them to begin practicing Christmas worship music in anticipation of a Sunday morning Christmas worship offering! Our RPC Kids in 1st-5th grade will sing 2-3 Christmas pieces in both services on Sunday, December 13.

Register at rpc.fm/kidevents.

Advent Season This Year is November 29 – 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 30th 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)
Peace (Luke 3:4-6)
Love (John 3:16-17)
Joy (Luke 2:7-15)
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.

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