No matter how long you have been attending Hershey Free, it is always good to recall and reflect on why we exist as a local church.
We will be working our way through the Gospel of Mark from January through Easter. As we go along, additional resources will be available on hfcinfo.com.
Working with the cats has taught me a lot about human-to-human interactions. Patience, persistence, and a gentle spirit go a long way in earning trust from a person (or a cat) who has been through trauma that has led to fear, anger, self-protection, or depression.
This series will take some topics that are often seen as barriers to Christianity and present them with the heart and mind of Jesus.
Oh yes, the blessings and curses of the modern phenomenon of the internet and social media. The positive sides are glorious. The down sides are very dark and destructive. So how can we navigate this with our teenagers?
We are so grateful for a community that showed us the deep love of Christ and entered the battle with us.
The interaction around the tables as we discuss what we are learning is fantastic. It is exciting to be growing together as we learn to walk in a manner worthy of our calling in Christ.
As a church we always want to be open to guests and create an atmosphere that is welcoming, but Open House Sunday on September 9 is a specific day for us as a church to put our best foot forward.