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This Week @ HBC (February 17-23)

February 16, 2020 | 0 Comments


Here's a list of upcoming events for February 17-23.

Titus Talks - Monday, February 17 - 6:30pm

Our monthly ladies "Titus Talk" will take place this Monday evening at the Withrow's home. 

Parenting Class - Tuesday, February 18 - 6:30pm

The HCS/HBC parenting class continues Tuesday evening at 6:30 in the HBC Learning Center. Childcare will be $4 per child with a max of $12. If possible, please bring cash. Katie Catiller, our school daycare provider, will be in charge of babysitting. If you have not signed up for the class we still have a little room available. Please feel free to come but do let us know Tim Hoak know ASAP if you need childcare.  Even if you cannot attend every class, please come whenever you can. NOTE: The class is also being audio recorded and can be accessed here or on the HBC app or podcast feed.

Mid-Week Gathering - Wednesday, February 19 - 5:30-7:30

5:30 - Mid-Week Meal 

6:15 - Prayer Meeting, Heritage Kids, Youth Bible Studies, and Nursery


Gospel Project - Sunday, February 23 - 9:30-10:15

Unit 18: The People Restored

Adults & Students: God Warns His People Though A Prophet (Malachi)

Preschool & Kids: Malachi the Prophet (Malachi)

Sunday Morning Worship - Sunday, February 23 - 10:30-12:00

This Sunday, Pastor Mark will continue our sermon series through Exodus. We will look at Exodus 25-27

Connect Lunch - Sunday, February 23 - 12:00pm

Our bi-weekly post-service lunch for guests and visitors will be this Sunday. It will be hosted by one of our small groups. If you are not yet connected to a small group, you're invited to join!

HBC 2020 "Christianity and Culture" Conference 

We are excited to announce a weekend church conference for this fall. More information will be distributed and shared this coming Lord's Day! For now, please SAVE THE DATE. 

HBC Mobile Application

Download the Heritage App for access to audio and video sermons, livestream, church calendar, the Bible, notes, and giving. Be sure to turn on notifications so you can receive occasional text messages. 

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