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CRBC Sunday Service

September 20th, 2020


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 online giving options such as PushPay or our Mobile Giving.

The link to PushPay is:

For Mobile Giving:

  • Text crbaptist to 77977 to give instantly
  • Receive a 1-time reply with a link to give to CRBC. (Full Terms & Conditions at For help: reply HELP or STOP)

Drop off a Cheque:

  • We have installed a drop box on the outside of the building right by the office door that you can use for an easy & safe place to leave cheque donations.



  • To use the a debit/credit card come into the office during office hours.


The God of New Beginnings 3
Genesis 3:6 "...she took some and ate it..."
Pandemics are not a new thing. They have been around a long time, but are getting more frequent as the population grows and world travel becomes easier and more frequent. Nevertheless, the first pandemic was the worst one and its effects are still felt to this day.  
Genesis 3 gives us the story of the worst pandemic in history. It not only affected the whole world population at the time but also infected every future generation with the same disease. Sin. You've got it. How do you get rid of it? Join us this Sunday as we search for the anitivirus.



Children’s Ministry

Below is a list of children’s resources that you can use to lead your family or small group gathering.  


Play Red Light, Green Light  

  • One person plays the "stop light" and the rest try to touch him/her.
  • At the start, all the children form a line about 15 feet away from the stop light.
  • The stop light faces away from the line of kids and says "green light".
  • At this point the kids are allowed to move towards the stoplight.
  • At any point, the stop light may say "red light!" and turn around. If any of the kids are caught moving after this has occurred, they are out.
  • Play resumes when the stop light turns back around and says "green light".
  • The stop light wins if all the kids are out before anyone is able to touch him/her.
  • Otherwise, the first player to touch the stop light wins the game and earns the right to be "stop light" for the next game

This game reminds us of the power and authority Jesus has, even with just his words. When he said that the sick servant would be healed, it happened!  His words held power and authority.

Bible Lesson:

Saplings (Preschool) -

Cedar/Mighty Oaks (Elementary) -

Preschool Songs:

Below is a playlist with a bunch of songs that we have done for you to listen to if you wish.

CLICK HERE for Preschool Spotify Playlist

Elementary Songs:

Below is a playlist with a bunch of songs that we have done for you to listen to if you wish.

CLICK HERE for Elementary Spotify Playlist

Ideas to serve in our community

Over the next few weeks, we will want to be both proactive and creative in how we maintain our community while still being wise about our health. There are many people within our body of believers here at CRBC and many more in our community who may find it difficult to get the supplies they need, day in and day out.

We would like to help facilitate during this time and we ask that you call into or email the CRBC office and provide us your name and number if:

  • For a health-related reason, you are unable to leave your residence to go shopping or get the resources that your family needs      
    • Or
  • You are healthy and able to go shopping/run errands for someone in need