Unless we take the next step, we never GO and we never GROW. No matter where you are in this journey, we invite you to take the next step. Are you curious about what step to take or do you need help just taking the one you know you're wanting or needing to take? CLICK HERE to get that ball rolling!
In the month of October, our missions focus will be on Alabaster Offering. Alabaster goes toward the purchase of land and construction of churches, schools, medical facilities, and homes for missionaries and national workers. The offering will be collected through individual Alabaster Boxes. All ages welcome to participate. Children’s ministry will distribute boxes, but boxes can also be picked up on Sunday mornings at the Connect Tent or just outside our doors during office hours. For more information, CLICK HERE!
DISCOVER YOUR CHURCH
One of those NEXT STEPS at our church is Discover Your Church. Designed to help you understand what life with our church family looks like, we’ll explore our core beliefs as Nazarenes and how those impact our daily living in the context of a church family. This class is required for membership at HFCN. If you are not ready for membership, but consider us your church, we strongly encourage you to attend!
October 24 | 9:30-11:00am | CLICK HERE to sign up!
We will meet in the main worship space, in order to keep safely distanced. There will be a Children’s session for DYC with Pastor Julie for those kids. A light brunch will be included.
OCTOBER PASTOR APPRECIATION
October is often recognized as Clergy/Pastor Appreciation Month. One of the greatest ways that you show appreciation to our pastors is to rise to the challenge of joining them on the mission in which God has placed a calling on their life! The many ways in which you generously partner with your pastor in ministry are some of the best ways to show your gratefulness! For other ideas on how to show your gratitude, CLICK HERE!
Created with an image by Karolina Badzmierowska - "A small collection of beautiful autumnal gems I picked on my walk one day in Dublin."