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HBC This Week (July 25-31)

July 26, 2016 | 0 Comments

Church Family,

Yesterday, Pastor Jonathan preached objection #7 in our "Skeptic" series dealing with the apparent contradiction between the goodness of God and the reality of evil and suffering. You can listen to the sermon here or subscribe to our podcast.

Also, during our God at Work time yesterday, Mason Leaf told us about his work with college students through Campus Outreach. Mason has provided us with a prayer card.

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Here's what's on the calendar this week:

Wednesday, July 27 - Prayer Meeting
Our midweek prayer meeting will take place in the Heritage Learning Center from 6:00-7:15.

Thursday, July 28 - REACH Bible Study
HBC ladies will conclude the "Summer of Psalms" study this Thursday from 6:00-7:30 at Amy Chifici's home. 

Saturday, July 30 - Work Day
We invite all of our members, if possible, to help out at our 2016 Work Day. It will take place from 8am-12pm this Saturday. Thanks for your willingness to help! "God is not unjust so as to overlook your work and the love that you have shown for his name in serving the saints, as you still do" (Heb. 6:10).

Sunday, July 31 - Sunday Classes

Knowing God - John Hoegg and Grant Hewitt (Friends of Sinners Class)
9:00-10:10 in Jim Gauley's Classroom

Spiritual Disciplines - Tom Pope
9:30-10:15 in Conference Room

Gospel Project - A Kingdom Established - Pastor Keith
9:30-10:15 in Heritage Learning Center (HLC)

Gospel Project for Kids - 9:30-10:15
2-3 yr olds - Toddler Nursery
4yr-K - HBC PreSchool Room
1st-3rd grade - Elizabeth Bryne's classroom
4th-6th grade - Charlotte Statton's classroom

Up-In-Out (7th-12th Grade) - Youth Room - 9:30-10:15

Worship Gathering and Lord's Supper - 10:30
In our worship gathering at 10:30, Pastor Mark will preach our 8th sermon in the "Skeptic" series on the objection: "God can't be loving and send people to hell." Also, because this is the 5th Sunday of the month, we will also be taking the Lord's Supper together in our morning worship gathering.

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