MAF Fly-In and Open House! – July 20, 2018

JanaAWANA, Feature, Missions, Upcoming Events

Friday, July 20 from 2 to 7 pm at the Code 1 Aviation Hangar* at the Rockford Airport! For our church and AWANA families. MAF Tent with Missionaries John and Nancy Hook. See & feel MAF’S own Virtual Flight Experience! Airplanes!! MAF’s Quest Kodiak 100 and Cessna 208 Caravan will be here! Awesome ride in a MAF plane available to youth … Read More

Leading Our Emotions Through the Holidays

Chris BraunsSermon Series, Upcoming Events

Christmas is the time of the year when we long to be joyful. Yet, many times we battle our emotions through the holidays more than any other time of year. Beginning December 10, 2017, Pastor Chris Brauns will begin a new series to show us how we can joyfully lead our emotions in spite of battling depression, fear, wistfulness, and … Read More

Houston Help

Chris BraunsFeature, Upcoming Events

The Red Brick Church will take up an offering for Christ Community Church in Houston for them to use in meeting needs resulting from Hurricane Harvey.  There is no need for me to communicate the depth of need for help in Houston. Nor, if you are part of our church family, is it necessary to explain that our church is committed … Read More

6 Reasons We Can’t Wait for Sunday at the Red Brick Church!

Chris BraunsUpcoming Events

This Sunday (8/20/17) is Pastor Chris and Jamie’s first week back from sabbatical. We will see a number identify with Christ in baptism and enjoy an all church picnic following the service.  Jamie and I are really excited to be back with the Bricks. Here are six reasons we can’t wait for the service. We will share the joy of … Read More

Remaining Confident Amid Pain

Chris BraunsFeature, Pastor Chris Brauns, Sermons, Upcoming Events

Sunday’s sermon will focus on how we can remain confident in the Christian life, even amid great pain. Few people in history have suffered more than the Apostle Paul (2 Cor 11:24-29) – -yet Paul was assured the Corinthians that he remained of good courage (2 Cor 5:6, 8). How was that possible?