our team.

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Serving as an elder at Red Bank, Walter shepherds the flock in the areas of Educational & Spiritual Development, Caring/Benevolence Ministries, and all aspects of Worship.

Walter states it is an honor to be given this opportunity by God; to serve Him in this position as an elder. My desire for the family at Red Bank is for us to be a praying, loving, caring church that seeks the good in others, loves  the unloved, while taking the “Good News” to a lost world who needs Christ. 

WALTER JONES
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Serving as an elder at Red Bank, Tommy shepherds the flock in the areas of Facilities and Body Life Enrichment. 

 

Tommy states Red Bank has been my church home for nearly 60 years making it family to me.  One goal I have is to support families and see them continue to teach their children about God.  My passion within my oversight is working with our youth.  My prayer is that they will all commit their lives to God and live each day of their life for Him!  

TOMMY REESE
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Serving as an elder, Phil shepherds the flock in the areas of Educational & Spiritual Development as well as Outreach. 

 

Phil has been an elder at Red Bank since 2003. He and his wife Becky have been married 40 years and have 2 children and 2 grandchildren. Phil loves teaching God's Word at Red Bank and sharing the gospel with future disciples. 

PHIL MCCORMICK
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Serving as an elder at Red Bank, Steve shepherds the flock in the areas of Outreach and Congregational Fellowship and Enrichment. 
 

Steve states I feel that all three of these areas are important to our mission fulfilling the Great Commission. Foreign missions apply to “all the world”, fellowship applies to our Red Bank brothers and sisters, and visitor welcome touches our community. All areas support our Mission, Vision and Values goals. I am supported by my wife, Flowerree and we have four adult children scattered from Knoxville, Atlanta and Northern California.

STEVE MCDONOUGH
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Serving as an elder at Red Bank, Charles shepherds the flock in the areas of Caring/Benevolence Ministries and all aspects of Worship.

 

Charles states I love the Red Bank Church of Christ. Sheila and I have always considered the members here as family. It is a place where we raised our son; where he was involved in the youth group; and where he was baptized. We have been greatly influenced by so many loving, genuine, and godly men and women. 

The saints and family at Red Bank are people who strive to emulate the Christians of Acts 2. It is truly a great blessing and honor to serve with humility as an elder.

CHARLES MILLIRONS
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Serving as an elder at Red Bank, Kip shepherds the flock in the areas of Facilities and Body Life Enrichment. 

 

Kip states, I serve the Red Bank Family in gratitude to God for the peace I have in my life that has allowed me to be satisfied with who I am, what I have and where I am going in this world and eternity. Our changing world, community and church offers us new opportunities to serve. Our
goal is not to change the word of God, but to show our community that a follower of Christ can be at peace in a changing world.

KIP YOUNG
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Serving as an elder at Red Bank, Don shepherds the flock in the areas of Caring/ Benevolence Ministries and Facilities. 

 

Don states benevolence gives back to those involved by giving those involved a true sense of helping someone in their time of need, whether it involves food, shelter, or other areas to help them get back on their feet. Having a "mister fix-it" mind set from growing up helping my dad around the house inspired me to carry this over to helping keep our building in good shape. Being comfortable while we worship God helps us stay focused on why we are there. It also makes it more inviting enhances the possibility of growing our membership.

DON STEERE
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Serving as an elder at Red Bank, Kevin shepherds the flock in the areas of Body Life Enrichment, and Congregational Fellowship and Enrichment.

Kevin states that Red Bank is a loving family that uplifts one another. I am supported by my wife Stacy whom we have two children and four grandchildren. As an elder, my main focus is to help foster an atmosphere focused on God and family.

KEVIN RISLEY
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Serving as the Discipleship Minister at Red Bank, Steve Lusk is passionate about making disciples that make disciples, and equipping and encouraging others to make disciples also. Having been associated with Red Bank since 1981, Steve is deeply rooted in this community. His dream for Red Bank is that they will continue to be  the light and salt in this area and around the world. 

STEVE LUSK
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Tommy Stone has been serving on the ministry staff at Red Bank since 1993.  The years spent at Red Bank have been a blessed to Tommy and his family.  As the Preaching Minister, Tommy is motivated by God's love and grace that is demonstrated through Jesus Christ!  This love drives him to study and share the Scriptures with others while also reaching out in love to the community.

TOMMY STONE
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Serving as the Secretary at Red Bank, Joan Brady loves the interaction she has with the members of  Red Bank and the community. Her goal as the secretary is for the community to see that the Red Bank Church of Christ truly cares for them and that they can see God's light shining through all of us.

NINA DAVIS
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Serving as the Children's Director since 2012, Denise is passionate about the Biblical education each child obtains at Red Bank as they will have the opportunity to study through the entire Bible three times before middle school. With a B.A. from Lipscomb University, Denise is equipped with the ability to provide Red Bank's Children Ministry with curriculum that provides children with knowledge of God and his great love for us.

DENISE STONE
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Serving as the Red Bank Iglesia de Cristo minister since 2012, Valentin brings a wealth of knowledge from his years of faithful service to the church in Lima, Peru. Valentin states, my goal is outreach to the Hispanic community in the Red Bank area and provide spiritual guidance to all those in need. Valentin also serves the church as a deacon.

VALENTIN RIOS
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Serving as the Secretary at Red Bank, Joan Brady loves the interaction she has with the members of  Red Bank and the community. Her goal as the secretary is for the community to see that the Red Bank Church of Christ truly cares for them and that they can see God's light shining through all of us.

JOAN BRADY
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Serving as the youth minister at Red Bank Blake has the honor of being able to share life with our awesome teens and  witness the start of their Christian journey. His goal is to help provide a space where our teens can come to be encouraged by one another and be equipped to navigate the world around them. He loves the Red Bank church and the passion that lives in each member that causes them to reach out to the world.  

BLAKE HAYES

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PHASE 3 PLAN:  August 23, 2020

Data/Information that will move us from Phase 3 into Phase 4: 21 days of no significant increase/or change from previous phase.

 

Data/Information that will cause us to regress out of Phase 3: Federal/State mandate, 7-14 days of significant increase/or change, a positive case from someone who joined a worship service or elders’ discretion. COVID Risk Level progressing into the Orange and Red Phase.

 

Sunday Service: Online (live streaming and pre-recorded) still available and recommended.

Those interested in joining a session will sign up online to secure the appropriate amount of seating for their party (you can also call the church office during normal business hours to secure available seating).

 

Sunday AM: 10:30am-11:30am with seating capacity at 175 in the auditorium-mask required

 

Sunday PM: Suspended until further notice

 

Sunday Adult Bible Study: Virtual Meeting Session (Zoom) and Online (pre-recorded)

 

Sunday Youth Bible Study: Virtual Meeting Session (Zoom) and Online (pre-recorded)

 

Sunday Children Bible Study: Virtual Meeting Session (Zoom) and Online (pre-recorded)

Communion: Individually packaged communion is available for pick-up at the church building. Communion will be provided onsite individually packaged in a designated area in the Auditorium. Offering is encouraged to occur online or mailed but can also be collected in a designated area in the Auditorium during service.

 

Wednesday Adult Bible Study: Online (pre-recorded) or Zoom Meeting

 

Wednesday Youth Bible Study: Online (pre-recorded) or Zoom Meeting

 

Life Groups: It is still encouraged to use online/virtual methods for worship; however, if Life Groups want to physically gather the church gym and small fellowship hall will be available. Life Group leaders will be responsible for securing an available time slot and ensure CDC recommendations are maintained.

 

Gatherings/Events: A maximum of two groups at the same time, Life Group or Ministry, can meet in the church building outside of Sunday Service hours. Life Group and Ministry leaders are to reach out to the church office to secure available time slots. Rooms available will be the small fellowship hall and the gym.

 

Non-church related activities: All non-church related gatherings will continue to be suspended at the church building. According to the CDC, large events and mass gatherings can contribute to the spread of COVID-19 in the United States via travelers who attend these events and introduce the virus to new communities. Examples of large events and mass gatherings include conferences, festivals, parades, concerts, sporting events, funerals, weddings, and other types of ssemblies.

PHASE 1 PLAN :  ACTIVE UNTIL JUNE 13, 2020

Data/Information that will activate Phase 1: The easing of State and Federal mandates during a pandemic.


Data/Information that will cause us to regress back to offering online only: The tightening of State or Federal mandates during a pandemic.

 

Sunday Service: Online (pre-recorded)


Sunday Adult Bible Study: Virtual Meeting Session (Zoom) and Online (pre-recorded)


Sunday Youth Bible Study: Virtual Meeting Session (Zoom) and Online (pre-recorded)


Sunday Children Bible Study: Virtual Meeting Session (Zoom) and Online (pre-recorded)


Communion: Individually packaged communion is available for pick-up at the church building and strongly recommend all communion be partaken at home.


Wednesday Adult Bible Study: Online (pre-recorded)


Wednesday Youth Bible Study: Online (pre-recorded)


Life Groups: We still encourage the use of online/virtual methods for worship; however, if Life Groups want to physically gather the church gym will be available. Life Group leaders will be responsible for securing an available time slot and ensure CDC recommendations are maintained.


Gatherings/Events: One Life Group or Ministry is permitted in the building at a time. Life Group and Ministry leaders are to reach out to the church office to secure available time slots.

Non-church related activities: All non-church related gatherings will continue to be suspended at the church building. According to the CDC, large events and mass gatherings can contribute to the spread of COVID-19 in the United States via travelers who attend these events and introduce the virus to new communities. Examples of large events and mass gatherings include conferences, festivals, parades, concerts, sporting events, funerals, weddings, and other types of assemblies.

PHASE 2 PLAN:  JUNE 14, 2020

Data/Information that will move us from Phase 1 into Phase 2:  No significant increase/or change over a 21 day rolling average.

Data/Information that will cause us to regress out of Phase 2: Federal/State mandate, significant increase/or change over a 7-14 day rolling average, a positive case from someone who joined a worship service or elders’ discretion.


Sunday Service:
Online (pre-recorded) still available and recommended.

 

Services will also be available in the Gym with a capacity of 75. Those interested in joining a session will sign up online to secure the appropriate amount of seating for their party (you can also call the church office during normal business hours to secure available seating).  Please select only one session at either 10:30am-11:30am or 5:30pm-6:30pm. All members and visitors will be entering and exiting the gym by the church office (gym door closest to the road) Click here to sign up when phase is implemented.


Sunday Adult Bible Study: Virtual Meeting Session (Zoom) and Online (pre-recorded)


Sunday Youth Bible Study: Virtual Meeting Session (Zoom) and Online (pre-recorded)


Sunday Children Bible Study: Virtual Meeting Session (Zoom) and Online (pre-recorded)


Communion: Individually packaged communion is available for pick-up at the church building. Communion will be provided on-site, individually packaged in a designated area in the gym. Offering is encouraged to occur online or mailed, but can also be collected in a designated area in the gym during service.


Wednesday Adult Bible Study: Online (pre-recorded)


Wednesday Youth Bible Study: Online (pre-recorded)

Life Groups: It is still encouraged to use online/virtual methods for worship; however, if Life Groups want to physically gather the church gym and small fellowship hall will be available. Life Group leaders will be responsible for securing an available time slot and ensure CDC recommendations are maintained.


Gatherings/Events: A maximum of two groups at the same time, Life Group or Ministry, can meet in the church building outside of Sunday Service hours. Life Group and Ministry leaders are to reach out to the church office to secure available time slots. Rooms available will be the small fellowship hall and the gym.


Non-church related activities: All non-church related gatherings will continue to be suspended at the church building. According to the CDC, large events and mass gatherings can contribute to the spread of COVID-19 in the United States via travelers who attend these events and introduce the virus to new communities. Examples of large events and mass gatherings include conferences, festivals, parades, concerts, sporting events, funerals, weddings, and other types of assemblies.

Details for Phase 3

Data/Information that will move us from Phase 2 into Phase 3: Under Review


Data/Information that will cause us to regress out of Phase 3: Under Review

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