Tonight at 6:30 in the Old Chapel, we’ll gather to see and hear about Pastor Tom’s recent trip to East Africa. The Risk Takers for Christ team got to minister in nine prisons, three churches, and more. Come hear all about it!
Beginning in March, Women’s Fellowship will begin a new program…a program to reach out to others! There will be a short devotional and we will start a project that will benefit people in our community. This program promises to open up more time for fellowship…get to know each other better…as well as help those in our community. Our first project will be the putting together a bag of personal products that will be given to either ABCCM or the Western Carolina Rescue Mission. If you haven’t gotten involved with one of the Women’s Fellowship groups, now might be the time for you! There is one meeting set for Monday night on March 10th at 7pm and another set for Tuesday morning on March 11th at 10am. Both groups will meet in the Fellowship Hall. Come and enjoy fellowship, fun, and the joy of helping others!
At MHPC we believe that every human life is sacred because we are all made in God’s image. This Sunday we will continue in our series of messages from the Gospel of Luke– examining the genealogy of Christ will reveal some surprises about those who are included among the family of the Messiah. We respect the sanctity of all human life, including the unborn.
The Session (Elder Board) has scheduled a called congregational meeting after worship on Sunday, October 20th. This brief meeting will be held to discuss the current church policy of mandatory sabbaticals for church officers. The elders would like to rescind this policy. Please be in prayer about this!
New sermon series starts tomorrow! We will begin broadly WE ARE CHRISTIANS and progressively narrow our focus (WE ARE: REFORMED, PRESBYTERIAN, PCA, MHPC) week by week. These messages will help our long-standing members to be mindful of commitments already made, while helping those who are guests with us in worship to become better acquainted with the beliefs and practices of the church.