Missions & Outreach

Sundays at Noon - Kid's Church All youth are invited to join us for Kid's Church on Sunday's at noon on our Facebook page.  We are looking forward to seeing everyone!

 

Prayer Line Our Prayer Team is now available to pray with you and to pray for you.
Call our new Prayer Line, 443-477-3690.
Come share with us in the Love, Peace and Grace of God.


 

Food Pantry Our Free Food Pantry is outdoors (to the right of our church) and is open 24/7.  ROC has taken the lead in organizing with 4 other churches: Bozman UMC; New St. John's UMC; St. Stephens AME, St. Lukes Bellevue and Tilghman UMC to provide both inside and outside opportunities for people in our Bay Hundred community who are food insecure to be able to get non-perishables and household products.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Joy in the Morning Join us every morning for Devotions, Prayers and Blessings & Concerns.  Start your day with God and our ROC Fellowship.  We meet Mondays - Fridays at 9:00AM.  Please click on the ZOOM link to join us. If this is your first time joining us you will need to download the zoom app on your phone or computer. Zoom is a free service once downloaded you can join in on the fellowship and prayers. Contact Pastor Tim or Robyn for the Zoom link and password.


Noon Devotions Come to our Facebook page, Royal Oak Community UMC (https://www.facebook.com/pg/rocumc/posts/?ref=page_internal) and join Pastor Tim and other members of our congregation and guests for short thoughts, prayers, meditations and scripture readings on Mondays - Fridays.  Be refreshed and energized for the rest of your day.

 

Bible Bedtime Stories Come to our Facebook page, Royal Oak Community UMC (https://www.facebook.com/pg/rocumc/posts/?ref=page_internal) and join our Youth Pastor Robyn and other members of our congregation and guests for a quiet way to end your day with God's word on Mondays - Fridays.  This is great for kids and families.

 

Donor Dash 2021 Color Run 5K Anyone up for a Color Run 5k in June 2021 in Easton? All proceeds goes to The Living Legacy Foundation of Maryland, a non-profit that assists with organ donations. We are setting a goal to have 250 runners and to raise $10,000 to donate. Come have a great time and help out a great cause!!! We are also looking for business sponsors, call or email JR Burkhardt (4108295832 jr_burkhardt@yahoo.com) if you’d like to help sponsor!!! We hope to have a HUGE turnout!! Registration will open in Spring 2021.

 

Lunches for Learning exists to help break the cycle of poverty by providing nutrition and nutritional supplements to the very poor children in public schools and kindergartens within the Republic of Honduras.  ROCUMC sponsors Dionisio de Herrera school in the district of Valle by providing lunch for each child for the whole school year.  We have sent several teams to the school to develop relationships and open our eyes to the great need beyond our community.

Talbot Interfaith Shelter is dedicated both to providing safe, temporary shelter to men, women, and children who lack adequate housing, and to raising awareness of the issues of homelessness in our community. ROCUMC combines our efforts with other churches in the area to provide check-in, dinner preparation and overnight volunteers.

Operation Christmas Child Since 1993, more than 100 million boys and girls in over 130 countries have experienced God’s love through the power of simple shoebox gifts from Operation Christmas Child. ROCUMC collects and sends dozens of boxes each year. This mission is led by our youth group.

Open Doors, a community event focused on preventing and overcoming addictions and encouraging our youth to make good choices in life. 

Habitat for Humanity - ROCUMC sends volunteer teams at least four times a year to participate in a home build project.

 

In addition to these mission outreaches, ROCUMC provides Thanksgiving baskets, Christmas gift cards, and help with emergency needs for many of our neighbors who face difficult times. 

James 2: 14-17 What good is it, my brothers and sisters, if someone claims to have faith but has no deeds? Can such faith save them? Suppose a brother or a sister is without clothes and daily food.  If one of you says to them, “Go in peace; keep warm and well fed,” but does nothing about their physical needs, what good is it?  In the same way, faith by itself, if it is not accompanied by action, is dead.