“BE HAPPY IN THE MOMENT, THAT’S ENOUGH.
EACH MOMENT IS ALL WE NEED, NOT MORE.”
~ MOTHER TERESA

 

 

 

 

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  • Youth Activities

     

     


     

     


     

    HBPC YOUTH ROCK THE UNIVERSE

     

     

     

  • Worship Arts Ministry

     

    The Worship Committee is putting together a Creative Worship Team to search for ways to enhance Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, and Easter services. If you feel God whispering in your ear about this, call or email Bill Broyles broyleswc@yahoo.com 904-742-6672 or Debbie Abbott dabbott@hbpcusa.org 904-223-6922.

  • Wednesday Night Live

    February 5, 2020

    5:30-7:30 pm
     
    5:30 p.m. Dinner

    Fried chicken, mashed potatoes & gravy, green beans, and dessert. $7 per person $3 children 5 and younger

     

    6:30 p.m. Program

    Join Pastor Jon for a study on Philippians or hang in the Fellowship Hall for friendship and conversation.

     

    Please RSVP at hodges@hbpcusa.org or call the church office.

  • Autopsy of a Deceased Church Study Group

    It’s not to late to be a part of Autopsy of a Deceased Church study group. Contact Debbie Abbott to join a group either Wednesdays at 4:30 or Sunday mornings at 10:00. 

     

    Read Chapters 5 and 6.  Underline the passages in those chapters that rang true, spoke to you, or just blew your mind. We look forward to hearing from you.
    dabbott@hbpcusa.org or 904-521-9491

     

    Additional copies of the devotional and books are available in the church office

  • Session Passed Motion

    Session has passed a motion that church property may be used only for official church functions on or off the church property. This includes furniture (tables and chairs), table linens and any other kitchen equipment. When linens are used at a church function, they must be taken home, laundered and returned to the church within 7 days.

  • Seeking

    We are seeking a qualified person to both capture and stream live worship video and advise our Worship team. Please contact William Broyles at 904-742-6672, call or text. Thank you !

  • Family Promise

    HBPC will be hosting Family Promise

    February 16-23, 2020

    Please call the church office to reschedule any evening meetings that week.

  • Arlington Community Services

    Thank you for your January donations. Our shelves are getting bare. We are grateful for the holiday food drives, but our neighbors are in need of food in all seasons. We fed 340 clients, 24 homeless and assisted 13 clients with rent/JEA in January.

     

    Current needs are: Canned Tuna, Canned Chicken, Canned meat, Canned tomatoes, Dry potatoes, Hamburger Helper, Pasta sides, Rice sides, Rice, Peanut Butter & Jelly, Pasta sauce, Crackers, Snacks, Laundry detergent, and gently used children's books.

     

    We are so grateful for all you do!

  • Mark Your Calendars!

    2020 Events for 3rd-5th Graders

     

    February 16

    Noon - 2:30 p.m. Bowling Event

     

    March TBD 

    TBD Mystery Party

     

    April TBD 

    TBD Velocity or Rebounderz

     

    May TBD 

    TBD Swim Party (Who wants to lend us a pool?)

     

    June TBD

    TBD DeLeon Springs Park & Pancake House

     

    June 22-26 

    9:00-12:00 Vacation Bible School

     

    July 13-17 

    9:00-1:00 FLAME

    More information to follow as dates, times and places are locked in.  Questions?  Call Debbie at 904-223-6922.

  • Nursery Needs New Equipment

    Our Nursery is in need of new equipment. Please stop by the "Wish List" on the bulletin board outside their room. Your help in updating our Nursery is greatly appreciated!

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • RECYCLE

    It has come to our attention that we need to be careful not to place plastic of any kind into our paper recycle bin in the parking lot. One specific example mentioned was the little plastic windows on mailing envelopes can spoil a batch of paper being recycled. It only takes one small piece of plastic to ruin a batch. Please be careful and ensure that if you have any envelopes with the plastic window that you remove it before placing the paper in the bin.

     

    Also, the Times-Union recently ran an article about recycling. One item that we have mentioned before, and to remind you of again, is to remove all paper labels from metal cans before recycling the cans. Similar to above, a paper label can ruin a batch of recycled metal. And, we have the perfect place for those labels, yep, our recycling bin!

     

    Thanks for your efforts in keeping our bin full of recyclable paper only.