Our Missions Teams

Like most Presbyterian USA churches, Hodges Boulevard Presbyterian Church (HBPC) uses committees to run the programs of the church. At HBPC we call our committees "Mission Teams," and an outline of our Mission Teams is provided below:
Assists the pastors to provide meaningful worship experiences through word, sacrament, prayer and music, in keeping with the Directory of Worship of the Presbyterian Church USA
Seeking to reach out and touch the lives of those around us utilizing effective and diligent communication means so that all may experience the wonderful message of our Lord Jesus Christ
Planning ways the congregation enjoys authentic fellowship with one another
Adult Ministry
Seeking to organize a range of adult study opportunities from small groups to core curriculums in an effort to grow our discipleship in Jesus Christ and connect as a congregation
Children's Ministry
Ministry Seeking to find and implement ways to nurture, educate, and support children (ages 0-5th grade) and their families so that they can be whole-hearted disciples of Jesus Christ
Responsible for the oversight of the youth ministries program and is committed to ensuring that all youth are given the opportunity to progress on their respective journeys of becoming a whole-hearted disciple of Jesus Christ
Responsible for all efforts in practices of Financial Stewardship, including campaigns, financial management and endowment functions
As good stewards, seek to encourage team participation for the care and maintenance of church property while also providing opportunities for fellowship and spiritual growth
Care Ministry
Composed of the Board of Deacons and subcommittee volunteers, their purpose is to minister to the needs of our community of faith so each person may be empowered for whole-hearted discipleship in Jesus Christ
Ministry Makers
The connection point to help members get joyfully involved, and the clearing house for other mission teams to let everyone know what opportunities for ministry exist. Help members find a “home” in the church; to plug into a place where they feel called to their own personal ministry
Seeking to lead HBPC to realize our responsibilities of service to our neighbors and the Outreach world; and to help HBPC use their God-given gifts and abilities as ambassadors of God’s work of redemption, peace and justice in the world