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- April 27. Serve Expo
- April 27. Starting Point Class
- May 4. Church Picnic at Tannehill State Park
There will be two worship services at 8:00 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. There will be no 11:00 a.m. worship service and Small Groups will not meet.
- May 11. Parent Child Dedication
- June 2-6. Summer Quest: Agents of Truth
All Around Town Catering
All Around Town Catering
Hawaiian chicken over rice, vegetables, garden salad, rolls, and cookies for dessert!
Chicken fingers, mac & cheese, vegetables, garden saled, rolls, and 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.
Devoted to Prayer
Week of April 20
Pray that the power of the gospel will continue to resonate in the hearts of the people who attend our Easter services. May the gospel take root, grow and mature in the lives of all who are here. Pray for a harvest of souls.
Summer Quest is coming the first week of June and our Children’s ministry staff is working diligently to get ready. Ask God to show you how you will be involved this year by serving as a volunteer and by praying. Ask the Lord to show you the children in your neighborhood that you can invite or bring along.
Intercede for the Joyful Singers Choir as they prepare for their Nebraska Mission trip in June. They are memorizing music, preparing to share their testimony and participating in prayer walking training.
Meredith Edmonds has served with the International Mission Board in London since July, 2012. She has been a partner in ministry alongside Kings Cross Baptist Church in Camden and has helped host several Hunter Street missions teams who have served in London. Pray for her as she concludes her time of service in London and prepares to move back to Birmingham later this month. Meredith is a member of Hunter Street.
On Sunday morning, April 27 come and discover where you can serve here on our Hunter Street campus. You can meet and talk with those who currently serve, from nursery volunteers to shuttle drivers. The Serve Expo is a great place to see many opportunities, all under one roof. Discover how you can #serve1another to build up the body of Christ. The Expo is family friendly and will be open 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Summer Quest: Agents of Truth
Calling all agents who have completed grades 1 through 6: Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to join us for the best week of the summer, June 2-6 at Summer Quest: Agents of Truth to uncover and defend the truth about who Jesus really is.
The week will be filled with secret-agent fun as kids learn to discover, decide and about the real Jesus through bible study, songs, games, worship and crafts.
Agents of Truth will meet 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8:30 a.m. to noon on Friday. It’s free, but children must be registered to attend. Register online now. We’re counting on you!
Alabama Singing Men
The Alabama Singing Men, a group of ministers and laymen from Alabama Baptist churches, will present a concert on Tuesday, April 22 at 6:30 p.m. in the Chapel. The concert will feature the 50-voice men’s choir along with the Instrumental Ensemble and Alabama Ringing Men. Dr. Thomas Smith of Auburn is the conductor. Hunter Street’s own Frank Jones is accompanist. The concert is free. Join us for this evening of great choral music.
Wednesday Night Life
Wednesday Night Life is our mid-week fellowship and discipleship night for the whole family.
If you haven’t been here on a Wednesday night, come and see what’s happening. The Fellowship Meal is served 4:45 to 6:15 p.m. in the Gym. Most adult classes start at 6:30 p.m. Consider serving in our adult choir or orchestra; they both rehearse on Wednesday nights. Click here for information about discipleship classes.
Preschool Music and Missions. Children learn the basics of praise and music and learn about missions by doing hands-on activities. They meet 6:15 to 7:30 p.m.
Grades 1-4. In Kid Music, boys and girls learn to express themselves to God in worship, learn new songs and more. They also learn about missions using activities, games and Bible stories. Children meet 6:15 to 7:30 p.m.
Route 56. FUEL discipleship is for preteens, grades 5 and 6. They experience live worship, outrageous group games and small group discipleship. Route 56 meets 6:15 to 7:30 p.m.
Students. Middle School and High School students gather at the Student Building to connect with others and with God. Students meet 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. The building opens at 4:00 p.m. and students can eat dinner at 5:00 p.m.
Photo Booths Open
Now through April 27
Gather your family and have your picture taken Sunday at a Photo Booth. We’re taking pictures for an upcoming online member photo directory. Sunday the Photo Booths are located in the Gathering Place. Come by and get ready to smile.
Two Mission Information Meetings
Two summer missions trips will hold informational meetings following Wednesday Night classes on April 23. The Nebraska meeting will be in Room E106. This team will work in Lincoln July 28–August 2 with an unreached people group, and also assist with a VBS. Mark and Alana Ray are the team leaders. The Ecuador meeting will be in Room E107. This team will provide a basic pediatric clinic and help with VBS, July 24–August 1. Harry Harper will lead the team.
Help For Job-Seekers
Have you been out-sourced or down-sized and feel stressed or discouraged?
There is help. The Career Transition Ministry is not a job placement service, but rather a helping ministry for those seeking a job. Specialists and mentors can help you refine interviewing skills and provide spiritual help and encouragement along the job-seeking process. To learn more about this ministry contact Jim Burks.
Church Picnic at Tannehill
Are you making plans to attend the Hunter Street Church Picnic on May 4? You don’t want to miss it. Here’s what you need to know about this special day:
Important Schedule Change for May 4. There will be two worship services on May 4; at 8:00 and 9:30 a.m. There will be no 11:00 a.m. worship service and most Small Groups will not meet (ages birth to K5 will meet as usual). Families are encouraged to arrive early at the picnic.
You Need A Ticket. Tannehill is a state park and requires a small admission fee. Park entrance fees: free for birth to age 5; $1 children (age 6-11); $2 senior adults (age 62 and up) and $3 adults. Purchase your tickets in the Atrium, the Church Office or at the park on May 4. In the event of inclement weather, the picnic will be canceled. If the picnic is canceled, pre-purchased tickets may be returned for a refund.
Lots To Do. There will be inflatables, baby derby, bike parade, face painting, arts and crafts for kids, corn hole toss tournament, kickball tournament, moon pie eating contest, blue grass band, vintage cars, and an Eagle’s Nest for teens to bring their hammocks. No pets are allowed. Please do not bring golf carts or ATV’s.
Lots To Eat. Bring a picnic lunch or side dishes to go with free hot dogs and hamburgers. Local vendors will also be selling kettle corn, shaved ice, funnel cakes, and fried pork skins. Please bring cash to purchase these food items.
Vintage Cars. Do you have a vintage car that you would like to showcase at the picnic? Contact Karla Luttrell for more information.
Parent Child Dedication On Mother’s Day
Parent Child Dedication is a time to acknowledge publicly that children are gifts from God. Parents dedicate themselves to raise their child in a Christian home that diligently teaches God’s word. The church dedicates itself to walk beside the parents during this journey. To register your child for the next dedication on May 11, please contact Jennifer McCoy.