RANCHO CALIFORNIA CHAPEL This little chapel began not only as a dream of one couple but also by the hand of God pushing and pulling that one couple, Dick and Kathy Dickinson, who came here in March 1999 to purchase a lot. They retired in May 1999 and took off traveling. When they purchased they noticed an old wooden cross on the mountain overlooking the resort and both commented to each other as they left that they felt God might have a work for them here. Their idea was to teach Bible Studies. God’s idea was Rancho California Chapel.
We are gearing up to start our Sunday Night Speaker and Movie Nights again. Starting February22nd we have the Old Testament coming alive with the book of Daniel with Pastor Larry Green. Donot miss the Sunday Night Specials. Want something special, leave a request here or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday Chapel Service is held each Sunday at 10:00 AM at the Rancho California RV Resort, located at 45525 Hiway 79 South in Aguanga, CA. We hold the Chapel Service in the Large Club House located in the rear of the resort. Chapel car passes are available at the front security gate. Please join us at 10:00 next Sunday and experience what God is actively doing in the lives of our chapel members. From Interstate 15 in Temecula, go east on Temecula Parkway (Hiway 79 South) 18 miles and turn right into Rancho California RV Resort. Need more information, Call 760-580-0588 or email email@example.com We are excited to have you join us….
The Prayer’s List March 1, 2015 Your Prayers Make a Difference Barbara Amick - still needs prayer for comfort, strength, wisdom, and peace due to the passing of her husband, Bob. Beth – is a young woman with Ebola. She lives in Green Bay and is friends with chapel members Patsy and Randy Peters and with chapel visitors, Dawn and Rodger Greason. She is VERY ill and needs prayers that God might intervene and grant her a miracle. Lillian Goldberg - is the 102-year old mother of Steve Goldberg. She is doing great things in her rehab. She is up walking and building up her strength. Steve is hopeful that she will be able to return to her home if her strength remains.