- 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
- September 30. Always Loved Banquet
- October 5. Love and Respect Marriage
- October 9. Dinner and a Concert
- October 10-11. Father/Son Campout
- October 15. Baptist College Preview Night
- October 29. Trunk or Treat
- November 2. Discover.Go.Tell
Moe's Southwest Grill
Moe's Southwest Grill
Welcome to Moe's! Enjoy a taco bar with ground beef, black beans, lettuce, shredded cheese, and pico de gallo, tortilla chips with queso dip, and Blue Bell ice cream for dessert
Same as the 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.
Joyful Singers Are Singing!
Are you a senior adult wanting to serve and lead in worship?
The Joyful Singers may be for you. New faces are always welcome. Rehearsals are at 3:45 p.m. on Wednesdays in Room W205. No choral or solo experience necessary. If you love to sing and serve we need you! Contact Barry Daniel at 205.985.7295 if you have questions.
Marriage Mentoring Groups
Begin October 5
Do you and your spouse desire to strengthen your marriage? Our Love and Respect Marriage Mentoring ministry is a small group experience where you and your spouse can strengthen your marriage and form a relationship with a mentor couple. The mentor relationship can last beyond the study, giving you the opportunity to seek encouragement and advice for your marriage for many years.
The marriage mentoring groups meet weekly for seven weeks, starting October 5. Each group will meet in homes from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Childcare will be available at the church. Sign up as a couple or sign up with other couples from your Small Group to participate together. Contact Spencer Knight for more information.
Spin is a group indoor cycling class for any fitness level, from beginners to advanced.
It’s a great cardio and endurance workout. If you can ride a bike, you can succeed and see 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 for the morning class.
Dinner and a Concert
The Hunter Street Boomer Ministry invites all Boomers to reach out and invite an unchurched friend to an event called Dinner and a Concert on October 9. The evening features a delicious Greek meal and a fun concert by The Burchfield Brothers. These two Nashville brothers play classical guitar, midi-marimba, Irish whistles and audio recorders. And they are storytellers – using humorous anecdotes about their lives to interact with the audience.
Dinner is at 5:30 p.m. and the concert is at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $14 in the Church Office or $15 online.
On October 8 the Recreation Outreach Center (The ROC) is offering the flu vaccine to protect against flu viruses. Come to the Arts and Crafts Room between 3:00 and 6:30 p.m. There is a fee for the vaccine or Medicare will be accepted and filed. Please bring cash or checks only.
Father/Son Campout October 10-11
Let’s go camping.
Fathers and sons are invited to the Father-Son Campout. Like last year, it will be at Tannehill State Park. This event is for all ages - kids, students, dads, granddads. The cost is $15 per family. Register at the KidQuest Desk or the Church Office.
Baptist College Preview Night
All high school students and their parents are invited to the Hunter Street Student Building on Wednesday, October 15. Students and parents will have the opportunity to visit college and university information booths and meet college representatives.
The college information booths will open from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Middle School Room. Worship for students will be 6:30 to 7:15 p.m. and breakout sessions will be held from 7:30 to 8:20 p.m.
Schools participating include Blue Mountain College, Union University, Mississippi College, William Carey University, Boyce College, Samford University, Leavell College, Judson College, University of Mobile and Impact 360 - Gap Program.
New Small Groups
Young Parents, Just Married, and Singles
Young Parents: Are you a young parent looking for a Small Group? A new Young Parents Small Group is about to begin. This group will meet on September 28 at 9:30 a.m. This is the place for young parents to connect with one another and be equipped in God’s word for discipleship, especially in the home.
Just Married: A Just Married Small Group is meeting at 11:00 a.m. in room S107. If you are a newlywed or if you are engaged, this group is for you.
The goal for these groups is to equip and strengthen parents and “just marrieds” to make a difference in God’s kingdom where they live, worship, work and play. Contact Spencer Knight in the Church Office for more information.
New Group for Singles: A new Small Group for Single Adults begins October 5. This Small Group is designed for individuals who are “single again” – whether through divorce or the loss of a spouse – and seek the company of others who are going through similar life stages. We will engage God’s word together as our authority in order to understand it, apply it, and go into our world to share with those where we live, work, and play. This group is led by Brock Murphy and will meet at 11:00 a.m. in Room E307.
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.
WorkFaith Birmingham Volunteer Training
You can make a huge impact in the lives of two to five urban Birmingham residents who need practical advice, a listening ear and encouragement from a fellow Christian brother or sister.
WorkFaith Birmingham is offering a Pathways to Success Group Leader training at Hunter Street on Wednesday, October 1 at 6:00 p.m. The training will be led by Keith Stanley, one of the founders of WorkFaith Birmingham. In about an hour’s time, you will learn what is needed to become a Pathways to Success Group Leader and will receive information to get started in this important WorkFaith role.
WorkFaith is Hunter Street’s new ministry serving urban Birmingham. It is dedicated to helping provide relief and development to unemployed and underemployed Birmingham individuals. WorkFaith can provide assistance in work placement and work progression while providing for spiritual discipleship through mentor discipleship groups.
Trunk or Treat
Small Groups have a great opportunity to live out what it means to be real church at our Trunk or Treat event this year. Groups are encouraged to start planning for their “trunk” and to be ready to provide the “treats” for our many trunk or treaters. What a fun way to serve together! Trunk or Treat will be on Wednesday, October 29. Come and enjoy the evening, bring a friend or neighbor along!