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CRBC Sunday Service

September 19th, 2021


On behalf of the Staff, and Board at Campbell River Baptist Church, we would like to welcome you and thank you for connecting with us today.

If you know someone who is not receiving our weekly newsletters and would like to, please encourage them to do so by calling into the office (250) 287-8831 or go directly to the website.

We are so thankful that you have continued to be the Church in so many ways each and every week!! We are the Church. Our worship of God is not confined by the walls of our building. We cannot give up gathering (Hebrews 10:23-25a), we cannot stop loving, we cannot stop giving, we cannot stop growing.

We have an opportunity to serve our faith community here in Campbell River and we want to provide you and your family with resources to stay connected to God’s word and to each other during this time. 

Please use this Order of Service as a springboard to start your time of worship this morning.

God Bless


Offering links/ways to give

We are called to honor and worship God with all areas of our life. This includes resources such as our time and finances. We would like to take the opportunity to point you towards some of our giving options. 

E-Transfer (2 options):

The link to for Online giving with you credit card is:

Cash, Cheque

  • Sunday mornings in the Foyer.
  • or at the office during the week. Office hours are 9am-4pm Mon-Thurs


  • Sunday mornings in the Foyer.
  • or at the office during the week. Office hours are 9am-4pm Mon-Thurs



Series: Better Together
Title: Serve
Scripture: John  13:12-15

This Sunday, we are on Part 2 of our new “Better Together” sermon series and will be talking about the necessity of serving together.

The anthem of current culture calls us to find ourselves, be true to ourselves, and care for and love ourselves. We are told that it’s the primary building block for a full, healthy life. This individualistic influence can be subtle and even seem “Christian-like.” However, our compulsion to focus on ourselves keeps us from serving and experiencing His joy.

This week, we will see how Jesus corrects our self-centred perspective by asking us to wash each other’s feet. This act, through Christ, curbs our “me” focused tendencies and turns that energy around as we humbly go low to serve others. Jesus shows us that one can’t wash others’ feet or have your feet washed from a distance. We grow by developing relationships and serving one another in togetherness. It makes life meaningful. It’s the best use of our lives. It proves that we belong to Christ.

We are better together!



Children’s Ministry

Please watch the following video for new information about Rooted Kids In Person Services at CRBC

Rooted Kids - Welcome Back Video

Rooted Kids suggests using RightNow Media videos for your at home children's resources.  If you don’t have an account yet - use this link to create a free account

Here is a new spotify playlist of songs for Rooted Kids for September and October