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Sunday Service for October 25 Is Now Available

The service for October 25, 2020 is now available here. You can also view a list of past Sunday services here.

Please remember to join the online prayer meeting at 11:00 am after the Sunday service. As a reminder, communion will be celebrated next week at the conclusion of the prayer meeting.

To balance the spiritual needs of church-goers with the physical health risks from gatherings and COVID-19, Riverside Baptist Church is offering online Sunday services. Rev. Mumejian shares the word of God and a bulletin guides you through the service. Through these online resources, you can continue to connect with God and the Riverside community.

Sunday Service for October 18 Is Now Available

The service for October 18, 2020 is now available here. You can also view a list of past Sunday services here.

Please remember to join the online prayer meeting at 11:00 am after the Sunday service.

To balance the spiritual needs of church-goers with the physical health risks from gatherings and COVID-19, Riverside Baptist Church is offering online Sunday services. Rev. Mumejian shares the word of God and a bulletin guides you through the service. Through these online resources, you can continue to connect with God and the Riverside community.

Sunday Service for October 11 Is Now Available

The service for October 11, 2020 is now available here. You can also view a list of past Sunday services here.

Please remember to join the online prayer meeting at 11:00 am after the Sunday service. Today’s prayer meeting will close with virtual communion. Please have communion elements of bread or a cracker and a cup ready to share in this sacrament.

To balance the spiritual needs of church-goers with the physical health risks from gatherings and COVID-19, Riverside Baptist Church is offering online Sunday services. Rev. Nick shares the word of God and a bulletin guides you through the service. Through these online resources, you can continue to connect with God and the Riverside community.

Sunday Service for October 4 Is Available

The Story of Exodus: The Ten Commandments, by Marc Chagall
The Story of Exodus: The Ten Commandments, by Marc Chagall, from a detail of a tapestry in the Knesset, Jerusalem, Israel.

The service for October 4, 2020 is now available here. You can also view a list of past Sunday services here.

Please remember to join the online prayer meeting at 11:00 am after the Sunday service. Today’s prayer meeting will close with virtual communion. Please have wine or juice and bread or a cracker ready to share in this sacrament.

To balance the spiritual needs of church-goers with the physical health risks from gatherings and COVID-19, Riverside Baptist Church is offering online Sunday services. Rev. Nick shares the word of God and a bulletin guides you through the service. Through these online resources, you can continue to connect with God and the Riverside community.

Sunday Service for September 27 Is Now Available

The service for September 27, 2020 is now available here. You can also view a list of past Sunday services here.

Please remember to join the online prayer meeting at 11:00 am after the Sunday service.

To balance the spiritual needs of church-goers with the physical health risks from gatherings and COVID-19, Riverside Baptist Church is offering online Sunday services. Rev. Nick shares the word of God and a bulletin guides you through the service. Through these online resources, you can continue to connect with God and the Riverside community.

A Celebration of Life for Rev. Clark

Join the Clark family for a virtual memorial service for Rev. Paul Clark via Zoom at 2:00 pm, Saturday, August 29, 2020. When joining the virtual memorial use the meeting ID 959-5486-4346. The passcode can be obtained from the emailed newsletter or by contacting office@firstbaptistdc.org.

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Paul was a passionate theologian, gardener, scholar, poet. and lover of the ocean, mountains and sky. He drank in life and saw each day as a gift. His love for his family and friends was wide and deep.

For the last 50 years, Paul served as pastor, an international interim pastor, Christian educator, mentor and clergy coach. Paul’s thirst for knowledge and a deeper understanding of God’s love for the world was threaded throughout his relationships.

Paul is survived by his wife Brenda Rozier Clark; their two children David Paul (Bronwyn) Clark and Elizabeth Clark (Victor) Thasiah; and four granddaughters Eden, Athena, Marenna and Maeve.

Paul and Brenda’s church home, First Baptist Church of the City of Washington, DC, is hosting the service. Technical questions about the service can be sent to office@firstbaptistdc.org.

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Thank you for joining the Clark Family in celebrating Paul’ s life and ministry. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to the ALS Association as they seek to find a cure: https://www.als.org.