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- Adult Ministry
- Children/Student Ministry
- Boomer Ministry
- Men's Ministry
- Women's Ministry
- Resource Links
- Recreation Ministry (ROC)
- The BookStore
- Care & Shepherding
- Family Ministries
- Support Ministries
- Grief Support
- May 27. Church Office Closed
- May 27-31. Middle School Camp
- June 3-7. Summer Quest
- June 15. 16th Golf Tournament
- June 27-July 1. Route 56 Preteen Camp
- July 8-12. Drama Camp
- July 12-14. CentriKid Camp
Salad with grilled chicken, caramelized onions, pita bread, and something yummy for dessert!
Chicken fingers, mac & cheese, green beans, and something yummy for dessert!
Join us each Wednesday in the Gym for the Fellowship Meal. The serving lines open at 4:45 p.m. and close at 6:15 p.m. Meals cost $5.00 for adults and $3.50 for children (12 and under), and families of four or more cost only $17.00.
Wednesday Night Life Mini-Term
Wednesday Night Life Mini-Term classes have begun.
If you missed last Wednesday, you can still experience some of the brightest minds in Christianity speaking at our Mini-Term classes. All of our guest speakers are professors at Beeson Divinity School. Pre-registration is not necessary. Don’t forget, the Fellowship Meal and all children’s and student activities continue as scheduled.
Our Guest Speakers: May 22 – Dr. Lyle Dorsett; May 29 – Dr. Graham Cole; June 12 – Dr. Doug Webster; June 19 – Dr. Paul House and June 26 – Dr. Tom Fuller. There will be no class on Wednesday, June 5 due to Summer Quest.
Topics include: CS Lewis; The Myth of the Christian Life and its Liberating Alternative; Jesus’ Sermon on the End; God’s Character and God’s People; and What it Means to be Called to Ministry.
Age-Graded Worship Ends for the Summer
This Sunday is the last day of age-graded worship for children in grades 1-6.
Starting Sunday, May 26, children will worship with their families in the Sanctuary. Sunday School will continue to meet at 8:00, 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. Worship will resume for grades 1-6 on Sunday, August 18.
The Church Office and The ROC will be closed on Monday, May 27 in observance of Memorial Day. Both will reopen on Tuesday, May 28.
Senior Adult Luncheon May 23
All Senior Adults are invited to the May 23 luncheon in E200 Hall.
Janet Decker is our guest. The menu includes chicken sandwiches, potato salad, cottage cheese salad, ice cream sundae and a beverage. The cost is $4. Sign up at the table by the Fireside Room.
Sale At The BookStore
Stop by The BookStore at Hunter Street this Sunday and check out the savings.
A variety of books and study guides are on the sale tables for 30 to 60% off the regular price. Inside The BookStore you will find Commentaries, all Bibles, all Minister Recommended books and all CDs at a 30% savings. Kids books are 25% off and Christian fiction is 35% off the regular price. The sale will continue through Wednesday, May 29.
Best Week of the Summer is June 3-7
Kids, hang on tight and get ready to ride!
Colossal Coaster World at Summer Quest is coming to Hunter Street June 3-7. This is a wild week of fun and discovery for all boys and girls who will have completed grades 1-6.
Times and Activities. Colossal Coaster World will meet from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8:30 a.m. to noon on Friday. Activities include crafts and recreation, small group Bible study, music and worship.
Register Now. Colossal Coaster World is free, but children must be registered to attend. Please be sure to complete a 2013 Medical Release form if you don’t already have one on file.
Oasis. If both parents work full-time outside the home, you can register your child for Oasis, Summer Quest’s after-care program. It costs $75 for one child, $115 for two children, and $150 for three or more children. Space is limited to the first 100 children. You can register for Oasis at KidQuestOnline.org. For more information, contact Deborah Watkins.
Teachers Needed. Put the gospel on display this summer! Join the team of volunteers that will lead and teach kids during the week of Summer Quest. Many volunteers are needed. Contact Tammie Howard for more information.
Hunter Street Golf Scramble June 15
Hunter Street’s Annual Golf Scramble encourages fellowship for members and their guests while playing golf.
This recreational event is for men and women and is intended to promote relationships in a Christian environment.
The registration fee is $75 per person. The Scramble will be at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Course. Register online.
Men’s Choir On Father’s Day
Man up… and sing with us on Father’s Day.
We’re putting together a Men’s Choir for Father’s Day and we need you. No experience is necessary and all Hunter Street men, grades 7 and up, are welcome. Come to rehearsal in the Music Suite, 7:35 to 8:15 p.m., on Wednesdays May 22 and June 12. Men will sing in all three morning services on Father’s Day, June 16. For more information contact Karla Luttrell.
Route 56 Camp
Preteens who have completed grades 5 or 6 are invited to attend Rt56 camp, June 27 to July 1 at Lake Forest Ranch in Macon, MS. Lake Forest Ranch is truly a summer camp experience for our preteens. The focus is the one-on-one evangelism, mentoring and discipleship of young people led by godly college age staff members. Visit the Kid Quest Desk or contact Susan Byrdfor more information.
Upward Sports is offering a tennis camp for boys and girls in grades 1-4. Upward’s U Serve Tennis Camp is coming June 24-28. It will be held from 9:00 to 10:30 a.m. at the Hoover High School tennis courts. The cost is $35. For more information, contact Deborah Watkins, or call the ROC, 205.985.5300.
Young Guns Baseball Camp.
Our Kid Quest Ministry sponsors this sports camp, along with Hoover Baseball Club, to teach baseball fundamentals and sportsmanship. Camp is for boys ages 5 to 12 and is offered at two times: Camp 1 is May 28 to May 31 and Camp 2 is July 9-12. Both are held at Shades Mountain ball park. For more information pick up a flier at The ROC Welcome Desk or the Church Office.
Job Seekers Needing Help?
The Career Transition Ministry is a helping ministry for those recently unemployed and seriously seeking a job.
Mentors and Specialists are available to help with revising and updating your resume, refining your interviewing skills, networking and providing spiritual encouragement along your job-seeking process. The CTM is not a job placement service nor a counseling service. We meet every Wednesday from 4:00-5:30 p.m. by the Chapel. Contact Jim Burks for more information.