Join us for a family friendly Seder Meal, eating together, and commemorating the last supper in the worship center. This event connects the Old Testament Covenant with Jesus' New Covenant. After the service, all are invited to an optional foot (or hand) washing. There will be stories, songs, a full gluten-free meal and communion with explanations of symbolic rituals from Holy Week.
This will take the place of our regular Wednesday Evening meal (but on Thursday). Please sign-up in your Discipleship Community or online under the Fellowship tab by April 5!
Celebrate our risen King at our Sunrise Service Easter morning at 7:30 a.m. outside the east entrance
Continental Breakfast provided in the Fellowship Hall, 8:00 - 8:40 a.m.
Hymn Sing 9:00-9:20 a.m. in the Worship Center
Combined Worship Service at 9:40 a.m. in the Worship Center
No Sunday School or Discipleship Communities
On Mother’s Day Sunday, we celebrate our youth and others who have reached the milestone of graduation. We will have a combined worship service at 9:40 a.m. led by many of our youth. Children’s Sunday School and most Adult Discipleship Communities will meet at 11:00 a.m. Some Adult classes may chose to meet before the service.
Join us Fathers Day weekend for our Annual Church Camp Out. Check in any time after 4:00 p.m. on Friday. Activities scheduled Friday evening and throughout the day on Saturday. A chili dinner/cook-off will be provided Saturday evening. Sunday, we will have our worship service at 10:00 a.m. followed by baptisms and a fundraiser lunch. The event is "pay as you can” to help cover expenses.
No service at HMC. No Adult Discipleship Communities or Children's Sunday School.
Come join us at Heritage Oaks for our Annual Golf Tournament. This is always a fun event and a way to reach out to others on the golf course! There will be dinner and door prizes after the tournament. See Stacy Shiflet, Eric Swartley, or Kurt Gunderson for more information.
Each year, thousands of volunteers come together to raise money at Relief Sales for Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) for the relief of suffering in the world. MCC works at home and with people around the world to ease oppression, poverty, and conflict. They lead natural disaster relief efforts, community development and peace work in more than 50 countries.
Relief Sales offer a little bit of everything—quilts, artwork, homemade food, antiques, crafts, music and activities for the whole family. We hope you’ll join us!
see the website for more details. https://vareliefsale.com/
Contact HMC Rep, Ken Horst, for more ways you can be involved as a volunteer.