The doors are open to you at Royal Lane Baptist Church. We invite you to come share the adventure of faith with us. We see ourselves as a family. We disagree some, but we still work, worship, minister, and play together. We are a diverse people united in Christ.
We believe that a meaningful commitment to Christ is best exemplified by a genuine commitment to one another.
If you need a place where you can be yourself, ask questions, find support, and not get lost in the crowd, Royal Lane is the place for you. We could tell you more about our church, but the character of any church is best observed from up close. Come and see!
What's Happening at RLBC
Bruce W. Lowe
Bruce W. Lowe, April 8, 1915 – October 29, 2014
Sympathy to the family of Bruce Lowe, on the occasion of his death, October 29, 2014. Visitation is at Restland Funeral Home and Memorial Park, 13005 Greenville Avenue at Restland Road, Dallas, TX 75238, Friday, October 31, 2014, 6:30 – 8:30 pm.
A service celebrating the life of Bruce Lowe will be held Saturday, November 1, 2014, 1:00 p.m. at Royal Lane Baptist Church – Sanctuary. Childcare available.
You are cordially invited to a reception in Family Hall immediately following the service.
Ovid Young Memorial Concert – November 9, 2014
Friends of Ovid and Laura…please join us on November 9, 7:00 p.m. at St. Andrew UMC, Plano for a wonderful concert honoring Ovid. If you would like to sing with the Festival Choir, we will rehearse at 3:30 in the Sanctuary of St. Andrew. …Scores will be provided…Attire: White tops, black or dark skirts/pants…for more information contact Harry Wooten
St. Andrew United Methodist Church, 5801 W Plano Parkway, Plano, TX 75093
Featured Artists: Barry Craft, Colin Howland, Stephen Nielson, Jenni Till Rasberry, David Robinson, Glenda Robinson, Eleanor Whitsett, and the Festival Choir directed by Harry Wooten
What Matters Most
The sermon from October 26, 2014, is available as a printable document for you to read online or download for study.
WHAT MATTERS MOST
The Royal Story
Laurence and Janet Schultz
In 1979, Laurence moved to Dallas from our hometown in Michigan to attend SMU. RLBC had posted an employment ad in the Dallas Morning News for a SMU student to work at the church. Laurence applied for this position and thus our union with RLBC began. After working at RLBC for a few weeks, Lane Smith invited Laurence to attend service and then to join the church. Read More…