4Jun2020 – Coming soon! Quite shortly, hopefullly:
Come Join the Harvest! Parking lot worship and a beautiful day made for fine fellowship here at HMC! Keep the Faith!
It is our first week back in our sanctuary with social distancing in place. We only allowed seating in every other pew and still had 68 mebmers come and worship with us. We thank everyone for their continued support as we try to navigate these uncharted waters. Please know that we will continue our online presence even though we are back in the building. Please continue to Like and share! We are glad that you have joined us for worship whether it is locally, statewide, nationally or world-wide and as always Keep the Faith!
Welcome to our first Sunday worship service back into our church since the stay at home order here in Mississippi was given. Even though we were not in our sanctuary it was really good to see 55 members of our congregation together in church. We not only celebrated Pentecost Sunday and being back in church, we also honored our High School Senior Ms. Kaitlyn M. Gosa who graduated with a 3.96 grade point average. God Bless and as always Keep The Faith!
Episode 8 of Bro Roger’s Neighborhood: Come Holy Spirit!
The day is approaching when many of the things we once took for granted, then temporarily lost, will become possible once more. Let us approach that day soberly, prayerfully, and safely. Until then, what a joy to connect and worship as we have!
As always, we hope you will all share the video (Let’s get 20+ shares!) on social media and Spread the Word where you can. Much love, and Grace and Peace to you all! Keep the Faith!
Week 6 of Bro Roger’s neighborhood, and going strong! Bro Roger and all the staff send out our love to our families, friends, neighbors, and the ever-expanding digital universe. Keep us up with you, keep up with each other, and Keep the Faith!
Last Sunday was such a blessing to see everyone gathered in our parking lot for our Easter Worship service. Although we kept our social distancing as recommended, we were still able to serve over 90 people communion and the weather held off just long enough for us to finish the service and still get people home safely.