Thank you for visiting HCC's online bulletin! Here you will find information on upcoming events and serving opportunities at HCC.
COMING UP AT HCC
TRIVIA NIGHT FUNDRAISER || This event originally sheduled for October 20th has been cancelled due to a lack of registration.
SONLIGHTERS POTLUCK || Seniors 50+ gather for a potluck and fellowship in the Fireside Room on October 21st from Noon-4pm. Sign-ups are available during the In-Between Scene. For more information, contact Michelle Pytko.
FUNDRIVE DONATION DRIVE || Bring your household items and clothing donations to HCC fon November 4th from 9am-11am. All donations will be weighed and HCC will be paid for them. Funds raised during this drive will go towards the Freedom Seed Initiative.
COOKING CLASSES || Our last cooking class is coming up on November 18th at 10am. This class will feature training on what to do with Thanksgiving leftovers, gift-giving goodies and more! Classes will be $25 for you and an additional $10 for a spouse. Space will be limited and you must pre-register. At the end of each class, you will go home with a complete meal for 4 people, recipes and the training to make them at home. Each class will help us raise funds towards the Freedom Seed Initiative. Visit our information page to register.
Mondays || MEN'S BIBLE STUDY
Men of any age come together to study the Word of God on Mondays throughout 2017 from 7pm-8:30pm in Room 239. For more information, contact Daryl Wilson.
Mondays || GRIEF SHARE || Meeting weekly on Mondays in Room 237. In this casual and comfortable atmosphere, a 13-week seminar/support group explores topics such as "when your spouse dies", "the effects of grief," and "God's prescription for grief." Cost is $15 per person which- includes registration fee and workbook. You need other people to listen to you, to encourage you and to help you through this time. The finality of death is hard to accept, and that’s what a grief group is all about - getting you to accept that reality so that you can go on with your life. For those left behind topics covered include the following.
Mondays || ZUMBA
Zumba is ready for you, every Monday at 6:30pm in the Music Room. Enjoy an hour of fun, fitness, and fellowship. No experience required. For more information, contact Althea, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesdays || VOLLEYBALL
Volleyball is an Adult Coed group of volleyball enthusiasts that meet from 6:30 – 8:30/9:00 pm on Tuesday nights. We play pick up games of loosely organized volleyball on two courts in Grand Hall 2 & 3. We are open to anyone from High School up through AARP certified. We do ask that you have basic volleyball skills (pass, set, spike) with a willingness to work on improving your skills, a reasonable knowledge of the game, and the physical ability to play the game. The level of play is well beyond the just for fun, backyard, slap the ball around kind of game, but still a little short of organized, competitive, indoor volleyball. If you are interested in exploring possible participation in Tuesday Night Volleyball, you can contact Pastor Cary Sharpe by phone at 410.551.8500 ext 208. Or you could just flag him down and ask him about it at church. He loves to talk about volleyball!
Wednesdays || DIVORCE CARE || Divorce Care is a DVD driven discussion group for anyone who has been divorced, will be, or is separated. Cost is $15 for a work book; pay when you can. Starting Wednesday, September 13th in Room 238. You can attend any Wednesday. Sessions are stand alone/distinct. Childcare is available. Led by Pete and Diana Barden.
Wednesdays || WORSHIP MINISTRY
The Heritage Worship Ministry will be preparing for our Sunday morning worship experience by rehearsing on Wednesday nights in the Sanctuary and the Music Room at 7pm.
WAYS TO SERVE | HOW CAN I HELP?
HOMELESS CLOTHES DRIVE
Homeless clothes drive: Items needed, gently used coats, socks, blankets and sweaters. All ages, male and female. Place items in the boxes in the narthex of the church and ministry center. For more information, contact Linda Rudisill at 410.969.1361.
SCHOOL BACKPACK PROGRAM
School is back in session!!! Our back pack program is in need of food to help the 52 children we help every weekend with food. Our closet is empty. Please consider getting some extra non-perishable kid type food for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack. Please place in bread pantry containers around the campus.