Hillcrest is accepting bids for our lawn care contract. Anyone interested in making a sealed bid, please come by the office to pick up a bid form or email email@example.com.
Sealed bids are due no later than 5pm, Wed., October 16.
October 2, 6pm
Iron Sharpens Iron
Men's Bible Study, 6am, Missions Room,
Facilitated by Rev. Jim Duhaime
The Great Pumpkin Hunt: Oct. 30, 6-8pm
Save the Date:
Disciple Now 2020
Registration Begins Oct. 1: $30
Earlybird Deadline is Dec. 19.
Wednesdays at 6pm
Bible Study, Sundays
*Will not meet Oct. 13
due to Fall Break
We have several Bibles that have been turned into the office. If you have misplaced one, please check on the Lost and Found table in the back hallway of the office.
Church Office Closed Oct. 14: Columbus Day
SERVE DAY: October 12
This year we will have our first ever Serve Day at HBC. Serve Day is a one day opportunity to share the love of Jesus with our community right outside of our church walls. This is a church wide event offered to all ages of our congregation.
We will begin our send off from the Fellowship Hall on Saturday, October 12 at 9am. Please pray about how you would like to serve our community and sign up! We already have some locations in the community set up but are open to other places as God leads us. This is a wonderful opportunity for Sunday School classes, Life Groups, or other groups to partner together and take the love of Jesus into Enterprise!
Children and youth will have the opportunity to participate as collective groups with Children and Student Ministry leaders.
If you are interested in being a location leader or have additional questions about Serve Day and how you can help, feel free to contact Julie Hodge or visit our Serve Day table in the Worship Center on Sundays in September!
Men's Day: Orienteering
Saturday, November 2
8:00am - 4:00pm
Gather for coffee and snacks
Search for Map Points
Lunch, Awards and Bro. Michael
(optional) Games, fishing, corn hole, dominoes, cards, kayaking...
Boy Scout Camp ALAFLO
1687 Co. Rd. 156, New Brockton
Richard Woodham, 334-389-1563
Help Us Serve Our High School
We need servers and clean up crews for EHS football breakfasts.
Dates: Oct. 4, 18, 25 & Nov. 1
When: 6:30 am
Where: HBC Fellowship Hall
Sunday School Bible Studies:
Lessons are available on the Web!
. Click on Bible Study. Scroll down to Sunday School. Click on the Fall Sunday School Lessons tab. The lessons will be updated each week.
Pop In To Sunday School
Children and Preschoolers, join us for a "PopTart Breakfast Buffet" on Sunday, October 6. It will be served in the foyer area of both the 1st and 2nd floors of "F" building.
Save the Date
Sixth graders, mark your calendars and prepare to participate in the 6th Grade Mission Trip. We will leave for Mobile on Thursday afternoon, January 16 and return on Sunday, January 19.
Awana meets on Sunday night from 5pm until 7pm. Awana is offered for 2 year olds through 6th graders. (2s through Kindergarteners meet on the 2nd floor of F Building and 1st through 6th graders meet in the Awana room, D205.) Registration fees are $30 per child or a max of $50 per family. (This covers materials, including a uniform and book, along with a snack for children.) A registration form must be completed at the first meeting. We are adding a new element this year for 1st - 6th grade. Each month we will study and dig deep into God's Word and a Spiritual Discipline.
Awana will not meet Sunday, October 13.
JAM (Jesus and Me)
JAM is open to all 1st through 6th graders - join us in the Multipurpose room at 6:55am for breakfast and a devotion time. Children will be transported to school following the devotion time.
Lunch with Mrs. Annette
Please contact the Children's Ministry office to schedule a lunch date for your child. We will need the child's name, school and lunch time. Lunch dates are scheduled for Wednesdays only.
Preschool moms, you're invited to MOPS!
Are you a frazzled preschool mom??
Are you longing for adult conversations that actually make sense?? If so, MOPS is for you!!
If you are pregnant or have children newborn to age 5, join us and experience authentic community, personal growth, practical help and spiritual hope through guest speakers, craft projects and more.
Mops meets one Friday a month, 9:00am-11:00am in the Fellowship Hall. October's meeting is October 11th. Childcare is provided.
Operation Christmas Child
'Tis the season to stop by the Children's Ministry office and pick up your Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes.
We have suggestions for filling them and information on where to drop them off during National Collection Week in November.
Sr. Adult Game Day & Covered Dish Luncheon
Thursday, Oct. 3, Fellowship Hall, 10:00am. Bring a covered dish and join us for a fun-filled time of fellowship, playing games, and a delicious pot-luck lunch.
Sunday Night Senior Worship
Walk As Jesus Walked: Being a Disciple in a Broken World
Traditional Worship on Sundays a
t 5:00pm in the Fellowship Hall
Teaching led by Paul Pariseau,
Worship led by Bryan Peacock
We will meet on October 6, 20 and 27. We will have a snack supper following each meeting in October.
Homebound Ministry Meeting
Wednesday, Oct. 9 10:00am, Room C100. Please come be a blessing to our Homebound church members. We will be taking goodies to our Homebound, Nursing Home and Assisted Living residents.
Pure and undefiled religion in the sight of our God and Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their distress. (James 1:27a)
Senior Adult Fitness Class
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9:00am. The Monday and Friday classes meet in the Fellowship Hall and the Wednesday class meets in the Multipurpose Room.
Lunch and Learn
Thursday, Oct. 17 10-11am, in the Fellowship Hall
Dr. Rick Harrelson from Medical Center Enterprise will be presenting a program on stroke prevention. A stroke occurs when the blood supply to part of your brain is interrupted or reduced, depriving brain tissue of oxygen and nutrients. Within minutes, brain cells begin to die. A stroke is a medical emergency. Prompt treatment is crucial. Early action can minimize brain damage and potential complications. The good news is that strokes can be treated and prevented, and many fewer Americans die of stroke now than in the past. Lunch will be provided. Sign up in your Sunday School class or call the church office.
Coffee County Baptist Association
Senior Adult Luncheon
Tuesday, Oct. 22 Fellowship Hall, 11:00am
$10 per person, RSVP by October 16
Swamp Gravy Trip October 26
Lunch: Tarrer Inn (11:30am EST)
Play: "Fourth and Long" (2:00pm EST)
The cost is $36 for lunch and the play. We are leaving the church office at 8:30am. Please purchase your tickets in the church office.
Gaither Vocal Band in Concert
Friday, November 15, 7:00pm Montgomery Performing Arts Center
Tickets are $21 each. We will leave the church at 2:30pm and have dinner in Montgomery before the concert. Please sign up in the church office.
Family Night Supper
Wednesdays, 4:45 - 5:45pm
Please make your reservations by 2:00pm on Monday.
* Volunteers Needed to serve Family Night Supper once a month. Contact Phyllis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Each meal consists of a meat, one or two sides, roll/bread, salad, dessert and tea/lemonade except the Spaghetti and Breakfast meals.
Children (3-12 years old): $3 each
Students (13-17 years old): $5 each
Adults (18 and older): $5 each
Max per family with children under 18: $15
ALL carry-outs are $5 each
Fried/Grilled Chicken Fingers,Sweet Potato Casserole, English Peas
OCTOBER 9:Spaghetti w/Meat Sauce, Corn, Garlic Bread
Fried Chicken, Mac & Cheese, Butter Beans
Hamburger Steak w/Gravy, Creamed Potatoes, Green Beans
Breakfast: Biscuits, Gravy, Grits, Eggs, Sausage