Ministries
Pastoral Care at RB Community

Rev. Dr. Mofid Wasef is the Associate Pastor supervising the vast array of pastoral care ministries offered through our faith family (mofid@rbcpc.org). Mofid has over 20 years of experience with our church, bringing a wealth of Biblical knowledge to studies he leads and passion for Christ in the ministries he shepherds. The pastoral care team consists of over 150 people who serve as Deacons, prayer teams, support groups, visitation teams, bereavement support and Stephen Ministers. As a church, we follow Christ's example to both provide and receive support for spiritual, mental and physical needs.

Mofid is also the pastor of our Arabic ministries, preaching and leading a weekly worship experience for Arabic speaking believers every Sunday.

Click here to download our Pastoral Care Booklet

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