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  • Pumpkin Truck is here! (1:00 pm)

    If you can volunteer, you are welcome! The more the merrier.

  • Pumpkin Update!

    The pumpkins should arrive at 3:00 on Sunday, October 5! See you there!

  • Pumpkins Delayed!

    We will keep you updated on their arrival.

  • The Pumpkins Are Coming

    Unloading pumpkins to begin at noon on October 5.

  • Ladies' Study on Prayer

    Do you want to make prayer a more integral part of your daily life? The Tuesday Ladies Bible Study Group is beginning a study entitled "Listen, Praying in a Noisy World" by Bishop Reuben Job.

  • Animate: Practices

    What do prayer, food, worship, sacraments, money, service, and community have in common?

  • New Study: Church History

    Have you ever wondered how the church was formed? Why are there so many denominations? What are the differences in beliefs among the Christian denominations and are they really important? Is religious belief worth dying for? These are a few of the questions to be addressed in the this new study. Dick Baldwin will be facilitating this 8 week class on Church History beginning Sept. 21 at 9:45 in the PARC building. Everyone is welcome to attend.

  • Homecoming Sunday

    On Sunday, September 7, come home to Christ, come home to worship, come home to fellowship. Will you include church and worship and nurturing your relationship with God as a priority in your life? Come celebrate God's blessings as we welcome the return of Rev. Melanie Miner to the pulpit.

  • Standing on the Promises

    This Sunday, August 31, Rev. Val Long will be our guest speaker. Rev. Long has a Masters of Divinity with an emphasis in spiritual formation and Masters in Theology and Church History. She has served as a Chaplain with Chrysalis Ministries and, after taking a three year class on spiritual direction, does one on one sessions. One of her great loves is participation in Kairos Outside retreats offered to women who have loved ones in prison. Her passions include family, spiritual formation, prison and immigration reform, reading and learning to draw and paint, Rev. Long is a member of HHUMC.

  • Salads and Sundaes

    The church is celebrating the last Sunday of summer hours by having a “Salads and Sundaes” potluck after the service on August 31. Everyone is asked to contribute a salad and the Worship Committee will provide the sundaes. A perfect way to end the summer!