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.
There are a few intangible things in life that I wish I could bottle. This summer’s camp/ missions experience was one of those things. This was a week that God brought together. There is no denying that. It was simply amazing.
While we did a variety of service opportunities like handing out meals and hygiene packets to homeless individuals and helping in a community garden, our time spent in DC was used as a training ground for when the girls would return home and how they can be gospel influencers in their daily spheres of influence by being relationally intentional.
With a trip like this we will not know of the full effect until years from now, but this was a necessary and spiritually strategic experience for the students and leaders. We thank you for your support in prayer and finances. We thank you for your encouragement along the way and for following our adventure on Facebook. What a thrill it is to be with believers seeking to serve our savior and be released from anything that hinders the work of God in our lives.
It was 7:45 AM on Wednesday, May 24; and the Elite Coach was waiting for its 38 passengers from our Sr. Adult Fellowship to travel to Centre County to visit the Pennsylvania Military Museum, the Boal Mansion, and the campus of Penn State University.
2016-17 was quite a year for us at Hershey Free Church. Check out our Impact Report and see some of the ways that God has been working in and through us.
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