EACH MOMENT IS ALL WE NEED, NOT MORE.”
~ MOTHER TERESA
Wednesdays 9:15 am
Join us as we begin a new study of Barbara Brown Taylor's book An Altar in the World. Taylor reveals meaningful ways to discover the sacred in the small things we do and see. Books are $10 each and are available in the church office. We hope to see you there.
QUESTIONS? Email Debbie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets have been purchased and the hotel is reserved! So are you Ready to Rock the Universe?!! We have 17 people traveling to Orlando for fun and Christian fellowship!
Confirmation classes for 6th-8th graders will be held Wednesday nights January 29-March 22 from 6:00-7:30 pm. For more information contact Dakota at email@example.com .
January 26, 2019
If you are interested in joining our family,please attend our new members class.Lunch will be provided.Please call the church office to register.
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 3 and 4. Underline the passages in those chapters that rang true, spoke to you, or just blew your mind. We look forward to hearing from you.
firstname.lastname@example.org or 904-521-9491
Additional copies of the devotional and books are available in the church office
Your Worship Team is seeking volunteers for a newly formed Worship Arts Mission Group whose goal is to help generate new and creative ideas to enhance Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday and Easter.
If interested please contact Debbie Abbott or William Broyles.
February 13, 2020
9465 Atlantic Blvd.
Contact Lynn Holmes 904-524-2134 or Mary Blanchard 904-619-6378
On the 4th Sunday of each month, in the buckets up front, during the Passing of the Peace, we collect The Hearts and Hands offering (formerly known as 2 Cents a Meal). At each meal, place 2 cents in a container, and the offering will go directly toward sending medical volunteers to help the people of Jamaica.
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 !
Begins January 1, 2020
We are excited to offer a Monday–Friday 8:30- 2:30 Pre-K / Transitional Kindergarten class for the 2020-2021 school year. This class will be for 4–5 year old children.
HBPC members (parents or grandparents) receive priority registration to the preschool along with many other benefits. The deadline is January 17, 2019. Please contact the preschool at 904-254-7304.
First and Third Wednesday Nite Live
Beginning January 15 – May 6
The Christian Education Committee has heard your requests for food and fellowship on Wednesday nights. So please join us at 5:15 p.m. on January 15 for a home cooked meal. The cost will be $5 per person. After dinner you may join Pastor Jon in the Sunrise Room for a study series on the book of Philippians or remain in the Fellowship Hall for fellowship and sharing. Children of all ages will participate in outdoor games as well as art and Lego activities indoors.
Beginning in February we will have Triple 3 Kings food truck
(https://roaminghunger.com/triple-3-kings/) ready to serve their wide variety of chicken, ribs and seafood at the curb at 5:15. We will be advertising to the surrounding community and preschool encouraging them to join us
If you requested offering envelopes for 2020, they are available for pick-up in the narthex.
2019-2020 Events for 3rd-5th Graders
TBD MOSH Planetarium and Ice Cream Sundaes
TBD Ice Skating
TBD Mystery Party
TBD Velocity or Rebounderz
TBD Swim Party (Who wants to lend us a pool?)
TBD DeLeon Springs Park & Pancake House
9:00-12:00 Vacation Bible School
More information to follow as dates, times and places are locked in. Questions? Call Debbie at 904-223-6922.
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!
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.