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Next Combined Service – Mark your calendars!
December 29 – 5th Sunday, service at 10a
 
Feed My Lambs – Thanksgiving Outreach
It was wonderful to see so many join together to share God’s blessings with our community. 
God blessed us with many helping hands, lots of food, and beautiful weather. We prepared over 470 plates, we sent several pans of food to Merimos Ministries, and still had more food left to share.  Pans of food were taken to a couple of families and we put some in the freezer for the Homeless Ministry to use later. 
Every job, no matter how large or small, whether cooking, delivering, cleaning, or just talking with others, these are ALL important.  Thanksgiving Day, we witnessed God’s love being shared with old friends and growing through new relationships – and then faithful servants carried this love out into our community.
HFUMC – Thank you to all for your support. We stand amazed in HIS presence!
Mary Webb & the HFUMC Serve Team
 
Angel Tree
All Angels have been selected!  Gifts will need to be back by Sunday, December 8. If you would like to sort on Dec. 9, shop or deliver on Dec. 10 to 13, please contact Mary Ann Laughlin at 404-786-1937.
 
Ladies Christmas Tea
December 7, 9a: Thank you for registering. We can’t wait to see you Saturday. 
 
An Unexpected Christmas, A Dramatic Christmas Musical
Saturday, December 14 – 7:00pm 
Sunday, December 15 3:00pm
A dramatic musical set in an airport on Christmas Eve. 
Come meet an assortment of passengers as they are waiting to see if they will be home for Christmas. 
This production is filled with humor, dancing, and soul stirring songs of real-life struggles and blessings.
 
Night of Christmas Concert
December 22, 7:00 pm: Bring your friends and family and join us for a Night of Christmas, led by our contemporary Worship Ministry! The Night of Christmas is a contemporary music-based service set aside to solely focus on celebrating the birth of Christ. It is an authentic night of celebration, worship, and prayer as we love God together and stand in his presence. 
 
Caregiver Support Group
Every 3rd Monday of each month at 10a (Admin Building)
This meeting is for anyone proving care for a loved one with a long-term illness, physical or mental
Why: To exchange stories, suggestions and resources. To be with others in similar circumstances, who can understand your concerns.
Questions: Call Barbara Allen, 770.855.6765
 
Reminder
If you need to reserve the van/bus or have a facilities request, please go to Forms and Requests so we can add it to the calendar.
 
Stephen Ministry
Did you know there is a difference between a Stephen Minister and a counselor? A counselor sets goals for the client, encourages behavioral changes and measures progress. In contrast, the care receiver in Stephen Ministry drives the process, and the Stephen Minister is there for confidential support. You can talk to a Stephen Minister today.
Call the church office for referral: 770.345.5969
 
Fitness Class
Every Thursday: Adults – All ages are invited to come to the Fitness class meeting on Thursdays from 9:30a-10:30a in the Fellowship Hall. Come exercise and make some new friends! Let’s connect while we are staying healthy!! Contact: Melanie Williams

Downtown Atlanta Homeless Ministry

Our Homeless Ministry visits Atlanta once a month to share the love of Christ with our homeless neighbors. We pray with many that we meet and offer kindness and care (food, hygiene kits) to people who are often ignored or unseen. How can you participate? Donate food or other items. Help with meal preparations or travel to Atlanta with the team.

Sunlight of the Spirit Alcoholics Anonymous

Meetings are held each Friday, 7pm, in Trailer D3. For more information, contact Mike, 770.653.3999.

AL-ANON

Al-Anon is a worldwide fellowship that offers a program of recovery for the families and friends of alcoholics, whether or not the alcoholic recognizes the existence of a drinking problem or seeks help. Alcoholism is a family disease. The program is anonymous and protects the identity of the participants. The group will meet on Friday nights at 7pm in Trailer D4. For questions, call 678.468.6150.

GED Classes

Hickory Flat Church offers free GED classes to anyone 18 years and older. Classes meet on Monday and Thursday evenings, 6-9pm. For additional details, visit our GED page or contact Ronnie Holbert.

 

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