As part of our summer Wisdomfest series, we’ll be holding special, one-hour workshops for millennials and non-millennials.Today, there will be a workshop for older adults, “Parenting (of Grandparenting) Millennials “ led by Pastor Alan Bunn. On Wednesday, there will be a workshop for millennials called, “Managing My Finances” with Jim Evans, one of our financial counselors. Both workshops will be held in the Book Resource Center at the Taylors campus. Visit our website to learn about other upcoming workshops.
Every year, we take a 5-week break from our normal sermon series for a mini-series called Wisdomfest. This year’s Wisdomfest is “Millennials Welcome” and will be held June 25 – July 23.
World View is a five-week summer program for kids that is designed to cultivate a heart for God’s work around the world and give them an immediate and future motivation to be personal involved in sharing God’s story with all nations! At World View, your kids will hear Bible teaching on themes of missions and evangelism, learn about pioneer and current missionaries, and receive cultural instruction and experiences. World View will be held Sundays, June 25 – July 23 during the 10:45 a.m. service at both campuses and the 5 p.m. service at Taylors.
We will be collecting clothing on Sunday, July 9 and 16 to give to Brook Glenn Elementary School. Donations will be used in a clothes swap they are hosting for students, parents and the community on July 25 – 26. You can drop off your donations at the enclosed trailer located in the front of the church at the Taylors Campus
Baptism is one of the first fruits of faith and is an outward picture that we are no longer guilty but washed clean, no longer dead in sin but alive in Jesus, and no longer identified with the world’s system, but are now members of God’s family. Whether you’ve been saved for a day or a decade, if you haven’t been baptized this is your next step. If that’s you, pick up a baptism booklet in the lobby and attend the baptism on July 30 at 10:45 a.m. or August 6 at 7 p.m. in the Community Café.
Connections is your first step in connecting to family life and ministry at North Hills. This seven-week gathering is team-taught by several elders and presents who we are as a church, what we value and do, and how you can be part of our mission to believe, connect, and share. You’ll also have plenty of time throughout the class to ask any questions you may have. Classes begin August 6 at 5 p.m. in the Community Café.
Ross & Janiece Robinson and their team are hosting a two-day marriage retreat on October 27-28 to help couples gain a better understanding of each other’s strengths and learn how your strengths enhance your marriage. Registration deadline is September 24 and the cost $130/couple. Register by August 31 for $115/couple. Register and get more information at northhillschurch.com/marriage.
Please pray for Ann Glenn and her family as her mother passed away recently..
Pray also for Susan Toy whose mother passed away last Sunday.