- Grow at Hunter Street
- Small Groups
- Adult Ministry
- Children/Student Ministry
- Boomer Ministry
- Men's Ministry
- Women's Ministry
- Women's Bible Studies
- Resource Links
- Recreation Ministry (ROC)
- The BookStore
- Care & Shepherding
- Family Ministries
- Support Ministries
- Grief Support
- November 2. Missions Sunday
- November 5. Wednesday Night Worship in Chapel with Brady Tarr
- November 12. Wednesday Night Worship in Chapel with Brian Hinton
- November 13. Joy To The World
- November 16. Starting Point Class
- November 19. Family Thanksgiving Service
- November 22. Hope for the Holidays
- November 21-23. Route 56 Fall Retreat
- November 27-28. Church Office Closed
Chick-fil-A chicken sandwiches, slaw, fruit cup, fries and fresh baked cookies for dessert!
Same as Adults
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.
We do not offer To-Go meals due to Health Department regulations.
Belong: Know Your Neighbor
Would you like to know who your closest Hunter Street neighbors are? Visit the kiosk in the Gathering Place or outside the Chapel to view a map of our church membership.
Find your neighborhood and home on the map. Then request the names and addresses of your closest Hunter Street neighbors.
How can you use this information?
- Get to know the people in your neighborhood who belong to Hunter Street.
- Develop “authentic community” with your church family.
- Pray for your neighbors.
- Care for your neighbors in a time of need.
- Encourage one another to be faithful to our church family.
- Begin to pray for your lost and unchurched neighbors.
What’s Your Story
Everyone has a story.
How has God worked in your life? Tell us how you’ve experienced Real Church – how you BELONG, GROW, SERVE, TELL, or WORSHIP.
On Sunday, November 2, our church will celebrate what God has done this year through missions and will provide you opportunities to discover where God may be leading you to go in 2015. You’ll hear stories from our members, have a beignet in the gym and even see live goats and learn how they are connected to missions. Most importantly, you will learn how you can pray, give and go.
Bring Snack Items to Missions Expo
We can all help feed hungry people. On Sunday, November 2, bring snack items to the Missions Expo in the Gym. These will be collected and given to the Baptist Friendship House in New Orleans, a Hunter Street ministry partner. This is a North American Mission Board ministry that ministers to the needs of women and children in NOLA. Bring the following:
- Snack-size protein/meal bars
- Pop-top fruit cups or puddings
- Cans of Vienna sausages
- Small packs of cookies
- Packs of peanut butter crackers
In addition to snack items, will you also contribute money toward world hunger relief? Funds collected will help our International Mission Board missionary partners in Niger feed hungry children. 100% of any money given goes directly to the missions field.
Photo Booth Open This Sunday
An important part of belonging to an authentic community is getting to know each other. Seeing photos of our church family can be a big help. That’s the idea behind creating an online photo directory.
Sunday in the Gathering Place, you and your family can have a photo taken and it will be added to our member directory. There is no charge.
The online member directory is nearing completion. It will be password protected. Everyone who has participated by having their photo taken will be given access to the directory when it goes online.
What is Christian Persecution?
Christians in 60 countries across the world are persecuted for the name of Jesus Christ. Persecution can take the form of verbal harassment to hostile feelings, attitudes and actions. It can also include campaigns to exterminate or drive away people or a people group because of their religion, race or beliefs. Believers in areas with severe religious restrictions often pay a heavy price for their faith.
Sunday, November 2 is the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. Find out more about the persecuted church and how you can pray at opendoorsusa.org or persecution.com.
Monday Mix Up
Calling all Hunter Street girls grades 7-12. Join us 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Monday, November 3 at the Hoover YMCA for our third Monday Mix Up of the semester.
This is the perfect opportunity to bring a friend and join us for a surprise workout, fellowship and lots of laughter! This is free—all you need to do is show up.
Have a question? Contact Director of Girls’ Ministry, Amy Byrd.
Wednesday Night Worship
Month of November
Join us for Wednesday Night Worship at Hunter Street in November. On November 5 and 12 all adults are invited to meet at 6:30 p.m. in the Chapel. Children, Students and the Choir and Orchestra will have their regularly scheduled activities and dinner will be served as usual from 4:45-6:15.
On November 19 we’ll have our annual Thanksgiving celebration. Dinner will be served from 4:45-6:15 and everyone, K-5 and older will meet together for worship in the Sanctuary. Childcare will be available for infants and preschool children.
Here’s the lineup for each Wednesday night:
November 5: The Gospel Where You Live. Our new Minister of Membership, Brady Tarr, will share his testimony and speak on how we engage our neighborhoods and community with the transforming gospel of Jesus Christ.
November 12: The Gospel Where You Worship. Associate Pastor Brian Hinton will speak on how we as a local body of Christ can walk together through the painful experiences of life in light of the hope of the gospel.
November 19: Give Thanks. We will join together in the Sanctuary for our annual Thanksgiving service as we celebrate God’s faithfulness through music, personal testimonies from church members and a message from our Pastor, Buddy Gray.
Register Now for Upward
Basketball and Cheerleading
Boys and girls will develop a love for the game and discover skills necessary to succeed both on and off the court playing Upward Basketball. Boys and girls play in separate leagues and are divided by grade, K4 – grade 6.
Cheerleading is a huge part of sporting events at all levels of play. In Upward, squads learn creative cheers and basic routines throughout the season, all helping to build excitement and energy on the court or field. Cheerleading is divided into three divisions: grades 1-2, grades 3-4, and grades 5-6.
The early registration fee is $85. After October 26 the fee will increase to $95. Registration closes on November 2. Pick up a form at The ROC Welcome Desk or visit Roc.HunterStreet.org.
Coaches are needed for both basketball and cheerleading. Contact Collin McNiel for more information.
Joy To The World
Ladies, the holiday season is upon us! Does that bring feelings of dread or happy anticipation? Do you find yourself decorating, partying and overspending as you strive to please everyone and keep up with the Jones’es (who are they anyway)? Shed your Wonder Woman cape at Joy to the World on November 13, as guest speaker Mary Glynn Peeples shares how to find true security in loving the real you! Join old friends and meet new friends as you enjoy dinner by Savoie Catering. You will also find out how you can be part of an exciting new ministry project.
Doors open at 6:15 p.m. and dinner is at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 in the Church Office or online. Childcare is available by reservation only, for birth to grade 6. November 9 is the deadline for childcare. To make your childcare reservation, contact Mary Beth Rush.
Hope for the Holidays
For those who have experienced the death of a family member or friend, the holidays often produce a renewed experience of grief that can be very painful and confusing. On Saturday, November 22 we will host Hope for the Holidays, a time of remembrance, encouragement and hope.
Kara Jones, a licensed professional counselor with Covenant Counseling and Education Center will be our guest speaker. A reception will immediately follow the program.
Hope for the Holidays will begin at 10:00 a.m. in the Chapel and is free, but registration is required. Please RSVP by November 18 by contacting Leisa Borders.
Trail Life USA
Trail Life USA is a Christian adventure, character, and leadership program for young men.
The K-12 program centers on outdoor experiences that build a young man’s skills and allow him to grow on a personal level and as a role model and leader for his peers. Living the Trail Life is a journey established on timeless values derived from the Bible.
“Walk Worthy” is our motto which comes from Colossians 1:10 “…that you may walk worthy of the Lord, fully pleasing Him, being fruitful in every good work and increasing in the knowledge of God…”
The Trail Life USA AL-0110 Troop meetings are held most Tuesday’s evenings for one hour beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the Student Building. For more information, contact Spencer Knight.
Did You Know?
Worldwide, 870 million people don’t have enough to eat – and the vast majority of them have no idea how much God loves them.
Global Hunger Relief is the new name for the World Hunger Fund which uses 100% of your gifts to feed hungry people. The goal of GHR hunger projects is to see communities and lives transformed … for today, tomorrow, and forever. GHR funds are used in gospel-centered hunger projects that share God’s love in both word and deed. GHR partners work to help people discover the new lives God offers them, learning how to provide for themselves and share new life with others.
Exercise at The Recreation Outreach Center
Spin is our new group indoor cycling class – a great cardio and endurance workout. If you can ride a bike, you can succeed and have awesome results with this class. Classes are Monday and Wednesday at 9:15 a.m. and Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. The cost is $4 per class or $20 for 8 classes. Childcare is available. Space is limited.
Career Transition Mentors Needed
The Career Transition Ministry at Hunter Street is a resource for those looking for a job.
As this ministry expands to assist more people, additional volunteers are needed. The CT Ministry is seeking mentors, especially females, to help job seekers.
What does it take to be a mentor? Consider this “job description” and seek the Lord’s wisdom to see if He is leading you to be a mentor.
Duties. A CT mentor will work one-on-one with a job seeker to provide spiritual help and encouragement. Men will work with men, women will work with women.
Skills. A desire to help others through a stressful life situation and the ability to meet periodically during the job search.
Qualifications. A man or woman who is a well-grounded, mature Christ-follower. A Human Relations background is not required. All career types are needed.
For more information, contact Joan Landrum.