We had a great time on October 18 at the Fall Family Festival, the annual picnic sponsored by our Sunday School. We started off right with the meal - plenty of chicken, sides, and desserts. After a couple songs, Pastor Saxton shared a devotional challenge on sharing the Gospel. Various prizes were distributed, and activities outside for all ages commenced.
Come on out and bring the whole family to our annual picnic sponsored by the HBC Sunday School! This year's event will be on Saturday, October 18 from 1-6 pm. We will have Rode's chicken as well as hot dogs and burgers for the kids - just bring a covered dish to share. After some songs and a devotional, all
New Adult Classes The summer Sunday School quarter will begin this Sunday. Find the various option listed below, and take a look at the class description here to find out a little more. Angels: Ministering Spirits - a biblical study of the nature and ministry of angels Pastor Smith - Main Auditorium Ordinary to Extraordinary: God’s Work in Bible Women Liz Franklin - E-1 God’s Righteousness:
New Adult Classes Though it certainly doesn't feel like it outside, the spring Sunday School quarter will begin Sunday. You will find the next adult classes listed below. Get a head start by looking at the class descriptions found here. Created for His Glory (Part 2) - video series with Jim Berg and class discussion Pastor Terry Smith - Assembly Room Does It Matter?
Looking ahead On Sunday, Pastor Bruce will share a message entitled "Is the Lord's Hand Waxed Short?" during our Morning Worship, and Pastor Ron Whitehead will be with us for our Evening Service. FFBC work The Work Retreat at TSBC is scheduled for March 21-22. This is always a great time of fellowship and help in getting the grounds prepared for the camp season. The
Weekend events Both Jr. & Sr. High Teens head off at 9:00 am for tubing at Blue Mountain tomorrow. Get your permission slip and payment to Pastor Blaze beforehand if you would like to go. The King's Kids will be bowling at Wood Lanes also. Meet at church at 11:00 or there at 11:30, and bring a permission slip. We had
Pastor and Liz are away today speaking at the Evangelical Methodist Church in Darlington, MD. This church is pastored by Dr. John McKnight and is part of the ACCC. John has been a good friend for many years and this church has prayed much for your pastor. The Mater Dei Nursing Home Ministry in Elmer has come to an end.
What a fine fall family afternoon we had at HBC on Saturday, October 13 at our annual Sunday School picnic! This year's Fall Family Festival was full of fun with great events for students of all ages! Some families got a jump on the activities with the moon bounce, a craft time, and various games. Meanwhile, our special guest Jonathan
Come on out and bring the whole family to our annual picnic sponsored by the HBC Sunday School! This year's event will be on Saturday, October 13 from 1-6 pm. We will have a number of activities for all ages, including an Elephant Moon Bounce & Slide! We have arranged for Jonathan Lumpkin to be here with a mobile charcoal
Liz and I deeply appreciated the honor bestowed on us this past week here at HBC. The words spoken, the guest speakers, the music, the book of remembrance, the ice cream and the monetary gift were all appreciated. It is a special honor for us to serve. Thank you. This past week, the Church received a final draft from a
A Few notes: - We were able to do some additional paving here at the Church this past week in one of the parking areas. Thank you for your faithfulness in giving to the ministry from week to week. - Fall youth ministries will be starting shortly. - There will be a recognition of Pastor’s 30 years here at HBC on Sunday the 23rd
A Few Notes: Promotion Sunday in School will be this week. All will meet together at 9:45. Four new Adult Classes will also begin on Sunday. As we look ahead to Sunday, our choir will sing and I will speak on Strengthening Souls at the 11 AM service. This will be from Acts 14 and the experience of Paul discipling new converts. At
GCCS update: School is about to start. We rejoice in all that has been accomplished over the summer months and for the many improvements. We had a good teacher orientation this past week and Open House on Thursday. Don Netz returned this week and is improving each day. Our enrollment for this fall is presently 370. Praise the Lord. Fall
A Few Notes: Sunday School classes will continue one more week with “new classes” beginning next Sunday. Teachers should “review” with their students this Sunday. Open House at our school was packed last night; a good spirit. Pray for families taking young people to college this weekend. As we look ahead to Sunday, I will speak on Renewing Routines at the 11 AM service.
As the summer winds down, I wonder if you accomplished all that you planned on during these months. Did you rest, visit, entertain others, read, and just chill? Don’t forget to make the time to do the really important things in life. Sometimes, that is just sitting with a friend for a spell. Within the Body of Christ, we all