Tonight, the King’s Kids will go directly to Lucas Greenhouses at 7 pm for their meeting. They will have snacks, lesson time, and other festivities, all right there! Parents are welcome too. Come on out to see the sights!
Breakfast then Botto’s
The last Men’s Breakfast of 2013 will begin promptly tomorrow at 8 am. Come even if you didn’t sign up, and invite a colleague! Also, there is still time to join the Young Adult Fellowship Christmas Dinner. The group will meet at Botto’s Italian Line in Swedesboro at 7 pm.
On Sunday, Pastor Bruce will share a message entitled “Know Ye What I Have Done to You?” during our Morning Worship, and Hawley Ham will preach for our Evening Service.
We appreciate all those who helped us cook various items for the Thanksgiving Dinner; we will need some assistance for the Christmas Dinner as well. If you can prepare a pork roast for us, sign up next to the Church Office. If you can help peel and cook some potatoes, see Martha Walsh.
Annual Christmas Events
During this special time of year, all believers should echo along with the heavenly host, “Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men.” (Luke 2:14) Every year, we can always find a new opportunity to appreciate all that Christ has done, specifically when He humbled himself as a man. Here at HBC, we have … Read online.
We are looking to have our annual Progressive Dinner on Wednesday, January 1, 2014. Some of the courses are spoken for, but we are looking for additional locations for others. If you would be willing to open your home to us, see Pastor Bruce. Others will help!
“As the survivor of a late-term abortion . . . I will continue to fight everyday of my life to give a face and voice to the millions of children in the US who suffer the fate that was meant for me, death through abortion.” Read How Much Pain Did I Experience in the Abortion I Survived? by Melissa Ohden and see her story here.
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