The Presbytery Assembly met on Saturday, September 12th via Zoom. It was our second time meeting in this format, and except for occasional bandwidth problems, the technology worked fine. It spent considerable time on what staffing structure it wanted going forward, and what are the rights and prerogatives of a
The Presbytery Assembly met on Saturday, September 12th via Zoom. It was our second time meeting in this format, and except for occasional bandwidth problems, the technology worked fine.
Scripture reminds us often, God does not abandon us, whatever our situation may become. God is faithful. Our job is to notice that, let it soak in, and yes, rejoice. “In all things give thanks.”
In the next few months, HPCC will be looking at our 98 minister members. Many are pastors. Many others are retired. And there are many who we need to “annually” validate or annually be considered as members-at-large. It’s not the easiest ministry that HPCC has. But it’s an important one.
By now, most of us have developed new routines as we’ve adapted to Covid19 (kicking and screaming on occasion!). Our lifestyles were suddenly constricted, contorted, and crunched. Our outlooks and attitudes have been turned, twisted, and transformed. We have adopted procedures, plans, patterns, and practices, often unwillingly. Yet, here we
A Forward-Thinking Outlook On
Living A Life In Christ
The church isn't a building or an institution. It is the people of the congregations that are the church, and the church must spread The Gospel as far as possible.
The children of God need to be cared for, no matter their lot in life. As servants of Christ, we are called to shelter them, nurture them, and provide spiritual fellowship to them.
We bring all members of the church into the sacred space of worship, allowing the Holy Spirit to move fully through the body of Christ.
The Divine Truth is available for all, but it is through interaction with it, discussion about it, and practical application of it that our lives are made whole through God.
Followers of Christ are called to serve their neighbors. Through "radical neighboring" we find the ways that the body of Christ around us is being underserved and offer what we can.
Christ called us to prepare the Kingdom of Heaven. God calls us to demonstrate what that looks like to the world through our actions.