- Grow at Hunter Street
- Small Groups
- 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
- March 14-15. Girls' Night In
- March 16. Starting Point Class
- March 19. Family Worship Night
- April 2. Wednesday Night Life Spring Term begins
- April 13. Family Baptism
- April 20. Easter
- May 4. Church Picnic at Tannehill State Park
Salad with grilled chicken, carmelized onions, rice, feta cheese, red onions, pita bread, and baked chocolate chip cookies for dessert!
Bar-B-Que on a bun, mashed potatoes, green beans, peaches, and baked chocolate chip cookies 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.
Real Church: Devoted to Prayer
Prayer is the essential work for every real church. We want to encourage you to pray for the needs of the Hunter Street family. Each week we will provide specific “prayer points.” This week…
Drew Griffin and Andrew George are our mission partners in New York City. Their work is to plant a church in the Yorkville area of the city. Ask God to give them favor, strength and influence as they begin their work. A Hunter Street team will join them later this month.
Are you praying for a lost friend, neighbor or acquaintance? Ask God to bring salvation to those you know who are lost without Christ.
Infertility Support Group
Desire of the Heart ministry supports women facing infertility, miscarriage or struggles with adoption. Its focus is to encourage each individual who faces the struggles of this journey. The next meeting will be at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, March 10 in Room S109. Contact Mary Beth Rush for more information.
Women On Mission
WMU (Women’s Missionary Union) is a group who meet monthly to pray for missions, hear from missionaries and Hunter Street missions teams and participate in many local missions opportunities. Everyone is welcome to the next meeting on Tuesday, March 11 at 10:00 a.m. in E200. We’ll learn first hand about a missionary’s experience in Uganda and get an update from Sherri Chapman about the recent medical trip to Senegal.
Opportunities To Tell
Lake Highland VBS. An informational meeting for Lake Highland Vacation Bible School will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 12 in room E106. This is an opportunity to serve in Birmingham the week of June 9-13. For more information, contact Karla Luttrell.
New York City -Yorkville. Our mission partners, Drew Griffin and Andrew George, have started a church plant in the Yorkville area of the city. Small teams of Hunter Street members will be helping this church. For more information about this opportunity, contact Spencer Knight.
Girls’ Night In
Ladies, do you need a little down time with your friends? Bring your favorite snack, sleeping bag, and a friend to Girls’ Night In on March 14-15. It all starts at 9:00 p.m. Friday at the Student Building. There will be manicures (for those who register early), games, snacks and of course lots of fellowship time. We will have a time of worship from 11:00 p.m. to midnight. On Saturday morning you will be encouraged by well-known Bible teacher and speaker, Mary Glynn Peeples, who will share “The Recipe for Real Peace” during breakfast. The event ends at 9:00 a.m. Saturday.
More Details. If your schedule or health doesn’t permit you to stay all night, come late or leave early. We do ask everyone who registers for the night to participate in worship from 11:00 p.m. until midnight.A sleeping bag not your style? Bring a blow-up mattress (air pumps will be available) or a fold-out lounge chair! Manicurists will be available from 9:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. for the first 50 women who register. Manicures will cost $10 in addition to the registration fee. Visit HunterStreet.org for more information and to register.
The registration fee is $10. Register here or in the Church Office.
Family Worship Night
On Wednesday, March 19 we’re taking a break from our usual Wednesday Night Life schedule so that our entire church family can gather for worship. All ages, first grade and up, will be together as we celebrate what it means to belong, grow, serve, tell and worship.
Our children’s choir and our adult choir will sing, we’ll commission a London mission team and we’ll set apart deacons to serve our church family. In addition, we will ordain one of our own members, Brian Hinton, to the gospel ministry.
Come early for dinner, provided by Jim ‘N Nicks and served from 4:45 to 6:15 p.m. in the Gym. Worship will begin at 6:30 p.m.
Spring Break Schedule
There will be no Wednesday Night Life classes or activities on March 26 due to Spring Break. Wednesday Night Life Spring Term will begin on April 2.
Senior Adult Luncheon
On March 27 all Senior Adults are invited to Stories and Songs from the Civil War with Bobby Horton. Bobby is a member of Three On a String band and will share his remarkable knowledge of Civil War history and his musical talents. Breakfast is at 9:30 a.m. and Bobby will begin his stories at 10:30 a.m. Lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m. and costs $4. The program will be held in the Chapel and breakfast and lunch in Room E200.
Helping Hands Ministry
Are you a handyman?
Do you enjoy repairing things around the house? Many people in our church family and in our community need a helping hand with small projects or household repairs. The Helping Hands Ministry is an important way that our church can serve these people. This ministry is relaunching this month and is seeking additional volunteers.
If you enjoy doing simple household projects and helping others, come and be a part of rebuilding the Helping Hands Ministry. The Ministry Connection Center has details about how you can be involved, or you may contact John Rodgers for more details.
Winter Sale at The BookStore
Come by The BookStore this Sunday to see the variety of materials now on sale.
The Winter Sale ends Wednesday, March 12. Also at the BookStore is The Annie Moses Band’s latest release, Pilgrims & Prodigals.
Save This Date
On Sunday afternoon, May 4 we’re having the all-new Hunter Street Family Picnic. It’s at a new time of year and in a new, closer-to-home location – Tannehill State Park. Watch for all the fun details about the picnic coming soon.
Sunday Worship Is Streamed Live
Planning to be away over the weekend?
Maybe you want to share the Hunter Street experience with a friend? Our Sunday morning worship service is streamed live on the internet each Sunday. Visit livestream.com/hunterstreet/HSBCWorship.
The Hunter Street App. You can easily access Buddy’s sermons, the daily Bible reading, ministry videos, Twitter and Facebook accounts, news and other resources from the Hunter Street App. It’s a free App for iPad, iPhone and Android mobile devices. Download it from the App Store or Google Play today.