Our Mission
We are one body in Christ, sent in faith to share God's Love, through Worship, Service, Fellowship and Witness.
Announcements
Bringing Camp to You
Come and join us for fun, food and fellowship
February 16 from 6 until 9 PM
At the 502 Ministry Center
We will be having a campfire, sing-a-long, hot dogs and s'mores
RSVP Yes to Rachael Lorfing  with the number of people attending.
Nora Regan , 8th grader at Hutto Middle School, along with her teammate, competed at the FCCLA Region V Conference. Their presentation, the Importance of Breakfast placed 5th in the Focus on Children Junior Category guaranteeing them a spot for the State Competition to be held in Dallas in April.
Mom, Catherine Regan is SUPER PROUD!!!
Announcements
From the desk of Vicar Katie
Who is Jesus for and ....really...what would Jesus do? Taking seriously the 'WWJD?' message calls us to see that there is no "other" only sisters and brothers in Christ. Jesus came for "them" and YOU - you are loved and cared for...go and be the greatest of these: LOVE.

Adult Sunday Morning Study
Beginning Feb 10, this Sunday, we will discuss Rob Bell's "What is the Bible?" . This is a very good read and will undoubtedly produce some great discussion. Books will be provided. This group meets at 9 AM for an hour Sunday mornings. Please join us for this time.

Mayor's Prayer Breakfast
February 12 th , 6:30-7:45 AM will be the Inaugural Mayor's Prayer Breakfast. Join Hutto Mayor, other city leaders and Hutto pastors for a prayer breakfast to be held at the Williamson County Higher Education Building, 3 rd floor. There is no cost or RSVP to attend. An offering will be taken for Hutto Resource Center. Nobody will make you pray aloud or put you on the spot, this is about gathering together to pray for our community and celebrate the way that unity creates community
Small Group Ministry
Bible Study
Our next meeting will be Wednesday the 6 th in the Fellowship Hall. Meeting time is from 6:30 until 7:30 PM.
OWL's Luncheon
Our monthly meeting will be Tuesday February 19 th in the Fellowship Hall at 11:30. The theme will be Italian.
Theology on Tap
Our next meeting will be Wednesday February 27 th at the Downtown Hall of Fame.
Wine and the Word
Our next meeting will be February 13 th at the Rio Grande Restaurant.
Women's Bible Study
Ladies, our next Bible study will take place Wednesday February 20 th at 9:30 AM in Classroom #1 of the Fellowship Hall. All ladies and friends are encouraged to attend this study and fellowship opportunity.
Ongoing
Communications Format
Flocknote is our communications format to contact people by either email or text messages based on your preference. To get started, text Hutto to 84576. You will then receive a text message with instructions for setting up your account. If you have any questions or problems, please Contact Eric Johnson or Rodney Westphal
Campus Beautification
The property committee is looking for help with mowing and trimming the grass on the church campus. If you are interested in helping with this work, please contact the chairman of the Property Committee, David Dahl . Your help would be greatly appreciated.
Seeking personal prayer
but your need is private, and you don't want your name publicly posted in this eLink? There are now 'Prayer Cards' in the pew rack which can be filled out and placed in the offering plate. What happens then? Your request gets passed along to HLC's small confidential prayer team and Vicar Katie. In life's difficult times (we all have them), know that HLC isready to lift you up in prayer. You can also email Vicar Katie directly.
Service Volunteer Sign-ups
We have sign-ups available in the Narthex for all positions on one sheet. The electronic method is also available. You may also email the office if you wish to put your name on the sign-up. The sign-up book is for acolyte, cantor, greeter, lector, communion assistant, altar guild, head usher, flowers, sound booth and munch 'n mingle.

Celebrations
February Birthdays
01 Rey Segura
03 Luke Fowler
09 Rose Duewer
15 Dexter Montoya
15 Catharena Rydell
21 Corey Salisbury
23 Claudia Cook
Anniversaries
09 James & Lois Haag
14 Bruce & Heather Duewer
14 Mark & Pam Kreutzian
24 Scott & Amanda Brown
Looking Ahead
Feb 6 (Wednesday)
6:30 PM Bible Study
Feb 9 (Saturday)
8:30 AM Feeding the 5,000
Feb 12 (Tuesday)
6:30 AM Mayors Prayer breakfast
Feb 13 (Wednesday)
7 PM Wine and the Word
Feb 16 (Saturday)
6 PM Bringing Camp to You
Prayer List
Will you help us with keeping this list current and pertinent? Email the Office for updates or deletions from this list.
Dorian & Efraim Brandt ; Bowen David ; Stacie Welch ; Lana Guckian , niece of Christina Pompa; Christine Donoghue , sister of Heather Duewer; Wayne Erickson ; Steve Robles Jr. ; Greg Almquist ; Tonya Cermeno ; Weldon Zimmerman ; Chris Harris ; Wyatt Krueger , great nephew of Jill Johnson; Bobby O'Rear , friend of Connie Seigmund; Darlene Rydell ; Tommie Barrera , mother of Catherena Rydell; Jackie McGary ; Barbara Kinneman ; Nathan Pompa , grandson of Dennis & Christina Pompa; Storm Britten-Llouno ; Doug Nelson , brother of Sharon Holman and Nancy Johnson; Shery Fincher ; Karen Bryant ; Sharon Holman and Nancy Johnson on the death of their mother; Curtis Wahrmund thanksgiving for his remission of cancer; Linda Wahrmund healing from her broken hip, but dealing with an infection.
Military Service
Grant Carter, Jason Edwards, Johnathan Davis, Brighten Miller, Kasey Taylor and James Fletcher
Service Opportunity
Feeding the 5,000 breakfast
The next monthly breakfast will be Saturday, February 9 th 8:30 - 11 AM.
Hutto Community Food Pantry
Every Saturday. Volunteers need to arrive between 8 and 8:30 AM to help prepare the Pantry for the community. There are two forms that will need to be filled out upon arrival if you have never volunteered before. Please see the leadership at the front desk to get them.
Hand Bell Choir
If you would like to join the HLC Hand Bell Choir and be a part of this beautiful music ministry, please contact Glynda Vanecek by clicking on her name to send an email.
Adult Vocal Choir
If you would like to join the HLC Vocal Choir, please contact Barbie Johnson. The vocal choir practices every 2nd and 4th Sundays immediately following worship in the Sanctuary.
Knot Perfect Quilters
Please join the quilters on the 1st and 3rd Sundays at 1 PM in the 502 Ministry Center as they continue to create those amazing quilts! Please contact Donna Fowler for more information.
Scripture Readings
The fifth Sunday after Epiphany continues to highlight unlikely instruments and circumstances appointed to reveal the glory of the Lord. “Who will go for us?” queries the voice of the Lord. A man of unclean lips, a former persecutor of the church of God, and three fishermen who couldn’t catch a thing. More surprising still, perhaps, is the fact that we are also called.
Isaiah 6:1-13
Isaiah says, Here am I; send me
Psalm 138
I will bow down toward your holy temple.
1 Corinthians 15:1-11
I am the least of the apostles
Paul delivers in a nutshell the story of the gospel that was given to him. In the lineage of the Christian faith, we have received the good news of God’s love from generations of believers before us, and we continue to tell this story to the world.
Luke 5:1-11
Jesus calls the disciples to fish for people
Jesus’ teaching of God’s word has begun to draw great crowds. For Simon, James, and John, Jesus’ teaching inspires hospitality, then obedience, and then risk. After Jesus’ creative power is revealed, fear and amazement lead these three fishermen to leave everything behind in order to become apostles.
Worship Participants
Altar Guild
Dennis & Christina Pompa
Flowers
Darlene Rydell
Greeter
Ernie & Connie Schmeisser
Munch-n-Mingle
Open
Acolyte
Raelynn
Cantor
Barbie Johnson
Lector
Eric Johnson
Childrens Sermon
Open
Communion Asst.
Eric Johnson
Sound
TJ Johnson
Usher
Open
Council Rep
Dennis Pompa
Food Pantry Needs
1 lb. bags of beans, 1 lb. bags of rice Jelly, canned fruit, canned meats (chicken, Spam, tuna etc.), bar soap, spaghetti, pasta sauce, mac & cheese, boxed side dishes, canned vegetables, ravioli/spaghetti-o's, shampoo, body wash, laundry soap, toilet paper.
Office Info
Vicar Katie Hours
Vicar Katie is normally in the HLC Office Monday thru Thursday from 9 AM until 4 PM (except Tuesday morning when she is at Baked'n Sconed from 9:30 til 11 AM). Although these are her normal hours, she is sometimes out of the office on HLC business such as visiting shut-ins and hospitals or other meetings. Your are free to drop in, however it is recommended you call to be sure she is in.
Office Hours
Regular office hours are Tuesday thru Thursday from 9 AM until 1 PM.
Contact info
Reach the office by leaving a message on the Church phone (512) 759-2064.

To contact Vicar Katie for emergencies (24/7) phone her on her cell phone
(210) 416-3059
Lessons and Sermon from this past Sunday, February 3 rd. Fourth Sunday after Epiphany.