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.
Shawn and Sarah Cable participated in Hershey Free's very first Alpha course in 2014. At the time they were in a dating relationship. Sarah had grown up in a Christian home, but Shawn was just beginning to really investigate Christianity. Now Shawn and Sarah are both believers and are currently serving as Alpha table leaders together as a married couple.
What does it look like for the children in Hershey Free Church to live with Jesus, love like Jesus, and lead others to do the same? Each week children's ministry volunteers and staff come alongside kids to help them figure this out. Here is one recent story from this journey.
Framed in the title of Invitations from God: from Brokenness to Beauty, the Tuesday morning Women’s Connect group has been focusing on a deeper understanding of what it looks like to Live with Jesus, Love like Jesus, and Lead Others to Do the Same.
Tickets are on sale now for Student Ministries Dinner and a Game Show. As this opportunity draws closer, we wanted you to hear directly from one of our students about the impact Challenge (national conference for Free Church students) and mission trips have had on her spiritual journey. Your ticket helps to offset the significant financial investment these students make to be able to participate in these meaningful experiences.
Hershey Free Church has 17 folks over the age of 90. One thing I asked each of them was for one piece of their best advice. From all they had learned in life, what advice/wisdom could they give for how to live in the most meaningful, purposeful way?