Attend “Planted for Growth” to find your place in today’s HPBC on May 1


Planted for Growth is the orientation seminar on May 1 for helping you find your place in today’s HPBC.  Are you coming?

What is the impetus for the class? 91 people rediscovered Jesus’ crucifixion on Friday and 116 rediscovered the resurrection on Sunday. Many missed the services but desire to attend again soon.  This success in Easter service attendance leads us to offer a newcomers class called “Rooted for Growth” in order to enfold people into the new HPBC’s body life.

What will be covered?

  1. Are you curious about the purpose, plan and progress of HPBC approaching summer 2011?
  2. Are you seeking more information about your place in this community of faith?
  3. Do you ever wonder why, who and hows of our Church?
  4. What about HPBC is different from or same as previous churches you know of?

Please come and make an informed decision about your involvement at HPBC.

Who:  All are welcome, especially any who have not taken a “newcomers” orientation class since June 2008.
What: An interactive seminar on beliefs, ministries, history, vision & values, stewardship, governance, opportunities and responsibilities for membership.
When: 1230-200pm Sunday May 1 (potential extra class on Sunday May 8 depending on demand).
Where: Mission Room (access by chapel or parking lot)
Why: Meet new people, find your place in the community, eat a catered lunch for 5$, understand the path, learn more.

Are you curious about the purpose, plan and progress of HPBC? See you May 1 and bring someone new.

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