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- September 17. Wednesday Night Life Mini Term begins
- September 21. Science and Faith Simulcast
- September 30. Always Loved Banquet
- October 9. Dinner and A Concert
- October 10-11. Father/Son Campout
- October 15. Baptist College Preview Night
K & P Kitchen
K & P Kitchen
Country Fried Steak, mashed potatoes and gravy, carrots, salad, Sister Shubert rolls, and Blue Bell ice cream sandwiches for dessert!
Pizza, salad, fresh orange slices, and Blue Bell ice cream sandwiches 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.
We do not offer To-Go meals due to Health Department regulations.
New Wednesday Night Life Mini-Term
The second Mini-Term of Wednesday Night Life will begin on Wednesday, September 17. If you missed out on being a part of the Fall Term you can register for any of the six classes offered in this six week mini-term. Click here to find out what classes are offered and to register.
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.
Two New Small Groups
Young Parents & Just Married
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 will begin on September 21. This new group will meet at 11:00 a.m. 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.
London Information Meeting for High School Students
Junior and Senior High School students and their parents are invited to learn about the Hunter Street Students London Mission trip on Wednesday, September 17 at 7:45 in the High School Worship Room. The trip will be over Spring Break 2015.
This trip is a great opportunity for students to engage with a culture that has lost a sense of who God is. During this week we will prayer walk, engage teenagers and build relationships. We’ll also work with our partner churches to build bridges for advancing the gospel. The trip will be March 27-April 4, which is during Holy Week. What a timely opportunity to share the good news of Jesus Christ!
Weekends In New York City
Learn more about a weekend missions trip to New York City reaching West Africans at an informational meeting on Wednesday, September 17. The meeting will be in Room E302 after Wednesday Night Life classes.
Team members are still needed to serve on the October 24-27 and November 7-10 trips. Contact Frank Blackwell, Minister of Missions, if you want to be part of the October or November teams.
More teams will serve in NYC in 2015.
Science and Religion–Are They in Conflict?
Has science disproved God? Or do new scientific discoveries actually provide compelling support for faith?
Join us at the Hunter Street Student Building for the Science and Faith Simulcast on September 21 from 5:45 to 8:00 p.m. This is a worldwide simulcast event that will be of interest to everyone, but it will be especially helpful for parents and their middle school, high school, and college-age children. Childcare is available by reservation only for birth to K-5. Please contact Mary Beth Rush.
The simulcast features two of today’s leading speakers and writers on the intersection between science and faith and it will be emceed by best-selling author Eric Metaxas.
Serve in Clarkston
Hunter Street mission teams continue to share the gospel with the refugees in Clarkston, Georgia. We now go each quarter, and the next trip is Saturday, September 27. Will you go with us?
Chris Thomason and Pete McCalla will lead the group in door-to-door evangelism at an apartment complex. There are about 200 apartments and our group will partner with volunteers from Clarkston International Bible Church. The goal is to knock on each door. Our team will assist missionary Kevin Riley in mapping this apartment complex in order to share the gospel.
Volunteers are needed to go as well as people to pray for this work. Will you go? Will you pray? Contact Frank Blackwell if you are interested. All volunteers need to have a current child protection policy and missions application on file.
Always Loved Banquet
Hunter Street’s widows’ ministry, Always Loved, will host a dinner on Tuesday, September 30 at 6:30 p.m. in the Chapel. All widows in our church and community are invited to join us for a night of fellowship and encouragement from our guest speaker, Florence Moore.
The dinner is free but registration prior to September 24 is required. To register for the dinner, please call Leisa Borders at 205.739.5305. For free childcare, birth through grade 6, please call Mary Beth Rush at 205.739.5336.
Strengthen Your Marriage
New Love and Respect Marriage Mentoring groups are forming. 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 mentor groups meet weekly for 7 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 others from your Small Group to participate together. Contact Spencer Knight for more information.
Dinner And A Concert
A real church reaches out. The Hunter Street Boomer Ministry invites all Boomers (ages 50 to 70) to reach out and invite an unchurched friend or neighbor to Dinner And A Concert on Thursday, October 9. The evening features a great meal and a fun concert by The Burchfield Brothers. These two Nashville brothers are accomplished musicians who combine music, storytelling and comedy. Dinner is at 5:30 p.m. and the concert is at 7:00 p.m. Tickets will be available soon.
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 Baptist College Preview Night at 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. Schools participating include Blue Mountain College, Union University, Mississippi College, William Carey University, Boyce College, Samford University, Leavell College, Judson College, Mobile College and Impact 360 - Gap Program.