NEWS FROM THE CHURCHES

 

NEWS FROM THE PEWS

 
 
 
Grays Hill Baptist Church

We are having Sunday morning services at 11:00 AM. In-person attendance - Enter in front doors, masks required and are provided if needed. Drive-Up attendance - Listen from your vehicle, tune radio to 88.5 FM.

Easter Choir Musical - Sunday, March 28th at 11:00 AM - If you would like to offer your voice talent for a song or speaking role, please contact Pat Garvin (843-575-0986). Choir Practice is Wednesdays at 6:30 PM & new voices are welcome.

Vacation Bible School - July 12th - 16th. Rocky Railway organization has begun. 

Upcoming Guest Speakers: March 7th - Matthew Cantrell; March 14th - Dave Eatman, CRU Military; March 21st Duston Nally; March 28th Cole Forrest.

Hilton Head Island First Baptist Church

New Sunday School Class with a Prayer Emphasis will begin March 7th - Dr. Harold Cross and Mike Harris will lead a new 13-week Sunday School class using “Disciple’s Prayer Life, Walking in Fellowship with God” as the study by T.W. Hunt and Catherine Walker. Join a Question-and-Answer session and sign-up opportunity taking place in the Music Suite following both worship services on February 21st and 28th. You must attend one of these four sessions to register for this class. Students will be asked to commit to daily Bible study work. Join this study to help you communicate better with God and deepen your relationship with Him.

Explore the Bible – led by Howard Wright

This quarter, Howard’s class will be exploring Luke 10-24. This group will be learning about God the Son as He took on human flesh and became the Son of Man. He walked among humanity, experienced love and hate, suffered rejection and death, and rose victoriously to offer salvation to whoever would repent, believe, and receive Him.

Bible Studies for Life – led by Richard Duncan and Tommy Myers

This spring, Richard and Tommy’s class will be studying Essentials of Christianity, which examines seven core truths of our faith, fundamental truths tied to the character of God, the nature and work of Christ, who we are, and where we are going. They will also be discussing How to Share Christ, a look at six biblically-based principles to guide believers in sharing the gospel of Christ with others.

The Gospel Project – led by John Richardson

One of our newest Sunday School offerings, The Gospel Project, led by John Richardson, takes class members on a chronological, Christ-centered journey through the storyline of Scripture. Our new study for spring, The Church United, examines some of the most vital teachings of the Bible around which the early church gathered in worship and then scattered in mission. In a divided world, the unified church testified to the greatness and glory of Jesus Christ, who saves sinners by grace alone through faith alone.

Genesis 1-11: Fact or Fiction? – led by Dick Sanders

This quarter, Dick Sanders will be taking another group through the Biblical account of creation, pulling from his many years of study and research on this fascinating subject.  The size of this class is limited, so be sure to contact Paulette Gardner if you are interested.

Family Sunday School Class for Parents, their Children, and Youth

We also continue the Family Sunday School Class that meets in the Student Building. Children’s Sunday School is still on hold.

Annual Missions Offering Collection - Collected between November 6, 2020, and April 30, 2021. Goal:  $40,000. Monies collected are divided between the International Mission Board, the North American Mission Board, and local mission projects and opportunities.

For more information, go to www.fbchhi.org under News/Newsletter.

Red Dam Baptist Church
Red Dam is open for worship service on Sunday mornings at 11:00 am.
Red Dam's Euhaw Campus is open for worship service on Sunday mornings at 10:00 am.

St. Helena Baptist Church
Mark your calendar for March 17th @ 6pm for the return to our Wednesday Fellowship Meal and Bible Study. This will NOT be a pot luck dinner, but a prepared meal served over the counter. The Durrance family will be the lead on this Wednesday to prepare and serve the meal. Please contact Bryan if you would like to assist his family.
The church is providing Spaghetti, bread and salad for 50 people. Drinks of water, tea and coffee will also be provided.
Please let us know if you plan to attend this Fellowship Meal by emailing deaconshbc@gmail.com. 

The WMU is continuing to collect items to benefit the ministries of Prisoner Kits, Appalachian Backpacks, and Operation Christmas Child (OCC). The collection focus for January was bar soap and washcloths.  We have not reached our goal yet, so we will continue to accept donations for these two items as we move forward with our February collection focus.  For February, we will be collecting warm hats, gloves/mittens, and scarves for the Backpack Ministry.  We would like to collect at least 70 of each item.  Please watch for clearance sales during your shopping trips to assist us with this ministry. 
Our March collection focus will be toothpaste (4-6 ounce) and toothbrushes.  The toothbrushes can be child or adult size to be used for all three ministries and must be individually packaged.  Our collection goal is 140 tubes of toothpaste (for backpacks and prisoner kits), and 640 toothbrushes (for all three ministries). 
Thank you for your continued support for Missions. 


Baby Bottle Boomerang Campaign - Let's help educate everyone that there is an alternative to abortion with the Baby Bottle Boomerang Canpaign. We can make a difference in the lives of those who need services from Women's Radiance Center by picking up the baby bottles (located at our church) and having them filled with coins, cash and/or checks. Checks can be made out to Radiance Women’s Center and all donations are tax-deductible. Baby Bottle Boomerang Campaign


 

Last Published: March 3, 2021 8:32 AM
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