Sundays @ 10:30 AM
This week’s message from our Pastor:
Big thanks to everyone who helped with the Brunswick Stew last Sunday. Special thanks to the Sainovich Family for this wonderful tradition. And a big thanks to everyone who ate and enjoyed themselves. We had a great time.
Can you tell what seeds are fruit seeds, what are vegetable seeds and what are flower seeds just by looking at them? If you use them enough, you could tell what seeds are supposed to be for. Last week, we talked about preparing the soil for sowing. We are the soil and God sows good seed in us, then God waits to harvest the good fruit we produce. This week, the Apostle Paul uses the same image of sowing and harvesting when talking about giving and generosity. We will read 2 Corinthians 9:6-15. Join us for worship at 10:30am. Then, stay for a few minutes for the Congregational meeting to elect new elders. The Nominating Committee will be presenting Doris Folco, Beth Propst, and Holley Ramey, as their nominees for Elders.
Next Sunday, October 28th, our FALL-tastic Celebration returns. We will have Trunk-or-Treat, games, food, etc. Invite neighbors, family and friends. Let us know if you would like to decorate the trunk of your car. We are going to have a great time!
This week, you received the second letter from the Generosity Team inviting you to pray about your financial commitment for next year. We are trying to make it easier for you to give and not forget about your church when you are way or when you don’t have your checkbook on you. Did you know that you can give to the church online using your phone? In the coming weeks, there will be a QR code on the bulletin which will lead you to an ability to use your phone. Watch for that info. Did you know you could already set up regular giving through your bank at no cost to you or the church? These are ways that make it easier to give and stay up to date in your commitment to HMPC.
If you have any questions, please contact Cindi Badger at or by phone at the church’s office (678) 714-3344.
Dios Los Bendiga! God Bless You!