9:30 a.m. “Focus on the Family Working Together on the Journey”
Room: 208; Facilitator: Dr. Hugh Smith
Who am I, and what am I doing here?! Join fellow travelers in this life journey, as we explore the ways we communicate with and relate to God, ourselves and each other, guide our kids of all ages (including adults), and integrate God’s messages along His path for us. Led by Hugh S. Smith, Ph.D., this lively class emphasizes sharing, discussion and fellowship. Using books, dreams, and self-discovery tools, we will venture together on this trip called life.
10:45 a.m. Faith Café/Coffee & Conversation
Join our pastors for our new 30 min time to converse about the sermon after the 9:30 a.m. traditional service. The pastors will offer a dialogue about the scripture and sermon as well as welcome your questions and feed back!
Art Walk through the Psalms
Facilitator: Mary Kay Hymes
“Art Walk through the Psalms” continues our online exploration of psalm images and messages through the end of May. You are welcome to join our blog site at any time day or night on hpcbiblejournal.wordpress.com. New psalm discussions begin every Wednesday but previous ones are easily available in archives. It is now open for posting likes and comments but please contact Mary Kay Hymes for instructions on adding media (pictures, photographs, paintings, etc). To learn more, watch the video below:
Who is This Man? (based on John Ortberg book) May 21, 28, June 4
Facilitator: Dick Entz; Room: Upper Room
Jesus’ impact on our world is highly unlikely, widely inescapable, largely unknown, and decidedly double-edged. It is unlikely in light of the severe limitations of his earthly life; it is inescapable because of the range of impact; it is unknown because history doesn’t connect dots; and it is doubled-edged because his followers have wreaked so much havoc, often in his name.
He is history’s most familiar figure, yet he is the man no one knows. His impact on the world is immense and non-accidental. From the Dark Ages to Post-Modernity he is the Man who won’t go away.