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- November 27-28. Church Office Closed
- December 3. Pastor Buddy Gray will share a message to begin the Christmas season during Wednesday Night worship, 6:30 pm in the Chapel.
- December 7. Our choir and orchestra will lead the Christmas worship concert Born Is The King at all three worship hours. No Small Groups will meet and childcare will be provided through Kindergarten.
- December 10. The Joyful Singers Christmas musical, 6:30 pm in the Chapel.
- December 14. Christmas by Candlelight, 6:00 pm in the Worship Center.
- December 17. A night of Christmas caroling in our community, 6:00 pm
- December 24. Christmas Eve worship service, 8:00 pm
- December 28. One service Sunday at 9:30 am. Childcare is available for ages birth through Kindergarten.
There is no Fellowship Meal on November 26. Please join us on December 3.
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.
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.
Thanksgiving Office Schedule
The Church Office will be closed for Thanksgiving on Thursday and Friday, November 27-28. The Recreation Outreach Center will close at noon on Wednesday, November 26 and reopen on Monday, December 1.
Christmas at Hunter Street
Add these Sunday and Wednesday dates to your Christmas calendar.
December 3 - Pastor Buddy Gray will share a message to begin the Christmas season during this Wednesday Night worship time, 6:30 pm in the Chapel.
December 7 - Our choir and orchestra will lead the Christmas worship concert Born Is The King at all three worship hours. No Small Groups will meet and childcare will be provided through Kindergarten.
December 10 - The Joyful Singers present their Christmas musical, 6:30 pm in the Chapel.
December 14 - Christmas by Candlelight, 6:00 pm in the Worship Center.
December 17 - A night of Christmas caroling in our community, 6:00 pm
December 24 - Christmas Eve worship service, 8:00 pm
December 28 - One service Sunday at 9:30 am. Childcare is available for ages birth through Kindergarten.
The Samford University A Cappella Choir will present a Christmas concert at 7:00 pm on December 2. The concert will be in the Chapel and is open to everyone. Prior to the concert, our Senior Adult Ministry will host its Senior Adult Christmas Banquet at 6:00 pm. The meal ($7 each) is open to Senior Adults only.
Wednesday Night Worship
Join with your Hunter Street family this Wednesday night, December 3 as Buddy Gray shares a Christmas message to begin the holiday season. Children’s and student activities will meet as usual. Adults are invited to the Chapel at 6:30 pm. Come early and enjoy the Fellowship meal prepared this week by Waffle House.
Single Adult Christmas Party
All single adults and their guests are invited to our annual Christmas Party Friday, December 5. Hors d’oeuvres will be provided along with drinks and Small Groups are encouraged to bring side items and desserts. Our evening will include some know-your-neighbor games, a group competition, sharing Christmas memories and even an Elf-Yourself photo booth! This will be a great time to build authentic community with those you know and have yet to meet. The party begins at 7:00 pm in the Chapel.
The Greatest Story of All
This week our Senior Adult Choir, The Joyful Singers, will be telling The Greatest Story of All in song and narration at retirement centers in the metro area. The 53 member choir has five concerts in the next two weeks, including Wednesday, December 10 at Hunter Street.
Marriage Prep Class
For those engaged or considering marriage, Marriage Prep is a ten-week class to help you prepare for a God-honoring marriage.
Topics include God’s design for marriage, conflict resolution, managing finances God’s way, biblical roles of husbands and wives and more.
There is a $35 charge per couple to help offset the cost of materials. Some preparatory work is required, so please contact KC Armstrong to register and receive further instructions, or to inquire about more information. The Marriage Prep class is a requirement to be married at Hunter Street or by a Hunter Street minister.
Tell: Share the Gospel in Clarkston
On December 13, a missions team from Hunter Street will travel 2.5 hours east to Clarkston, Georgia to build relationships and share the gospel with families. Additional volunteers are needed for this one-day trip. All adult volunteers must have a current Child Protection form and a missions application on file. For more details, contact Pete McCalla or the Missions Office.
Singles Winter Retreat
February 6-8, 2015
The Single Adult Winter Retreat is just around the corner and registration is now open! February 6-8 we will enjoy the beautiful scenery atop Taylor Mountain at Lake Guntersville State Park as well as four sessions of teaching and corporate worship. Cabins will sleep four people and are equipped with a full kitchen and family room area. The retreat includes plenty of free time to explore the state park on Saturday, such as hiking 36 miles of trails, fishing for large-mouthed bass, spotting the many bald eagles that call this area home, or enjoying a round of golf. The cost is $149 and covers lodging, four meals, drinks and snacks for the weekend. To register or for more information, visit HunterStreetSingles.org.
Mission Opportunity in London
Hunter Street will send a missions team to London in mid-February to work alongside Highgate Road Chapel as they offer Vacation Bible School to children in their neighborhood. Team members are needed for this trip. For more information, contact Spencer Knight.
The Bible tells us in Deuteronomy 16:17, “Every man shall give as he is able, according to the blessing of the LORD your God that he has given you.” As followers of Christ, we are called to give of the blessings we have received to bless others.
When we give to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for International Missions, we are helping send and support our missionaries who share Christ’s love with the lost and hurting. One hundred percent of the offering is used in this one sacred effort.
Be A Part of the Preschool Team
Our Preschool Ministry is seeking a Coordinator for the Baby classes on Sunday morning.
If you have a heart for new parents (especially for moms) and enjoy caring for babies, we have a special area of service for you. New classes are also opening for our babies and additional teachers are needed. For all the details, contact Melanie Sanford.
Giving Christmas for Families
Giving Christmas is an opportunity for your family to bless someone this Christmas season.
Giving opportunities are listed in the Giving Christmas catalog. Take some time with your family to decide together what is right for your family in terms of time, energy and resources, and experience the joy of serving together this holiday season.
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, we’re seeking mentors, especially females, to help job seekers. To find out more, contact Joan Landrum.
Poinsettias for Christmas
Order a red poinsettia in honor or in memory of someone special this Christmas.
The flowers cost $15 each and will be displayed during Christmas. On December 21 a recognition program will be included in the bulletin and flowers may be picked up after the third worship service that day. To order your poinsettia, visit the BookStore or the Church Office. Please order by December 7.
How Does Our Giving Make an Impact?
What happens when our church partners with IMB and gives to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for International Missions?
Missionaries are able to share the gospel with unreached people groups, train believers to start new churches, assist in the planting of new churches, show Christ’s love to those in distress, and, most importantly, work to spread the kingdom of God. According to IMB’s 2013 Annual Statistical Report, our missionaries shared the gospel with 1.7 million people, trained 23,000 nationals to start new churches and helped plant 6,200 churches. While those statistics are exciting, there are still over 4 billion people who remain lost. More giving will allow IMB to send more missionaries so that more people are reached for Christ.