This Sunday -- May 19th
55+ Alive -- Our May meeting will be a hymn sing in the Sanctuary on Sunday May 19th at 7PM, led by Mary Anne Schmidt. We will be blessed by a testimony by Elder Jamie Parry and accompanied by Sue Anderson. Please come with your favorite hymns selected from the hymnal. Refreshments will be provided by Pat Wonderland after our time of worship.
Youth Ministry Mission Trip Fundraiser– This Sunday, May 19thfrom 11am – 9PMDon Patron’s Mexican grail on Darrow Road will give 20% of all proceeds made towards our Mission Trip. Please simply enjoy lunch or dinner and now that 20% of your bill will help get our kids to Milwaukee to serve.
Youth Group -- May 19th– 6 – 8PM -- We will meet at Joe and Susan Buerlen’s house at 150 S. Hayden Parkway in Hudson – We will play some games, eat something from Joe’s grill, talk about Jesus, and just have a good time being together. Please bring a few people that you would like us to get to know.
Ladies Night Out - HPC Sisters In Christ – Thursday May 30that 6PM We have so much fun and fellowship and we need you and your friends and neighbors to join us.We will meet at Oak and Embers on Rt 91 North, Hudson for dinner.Please sign up on the sheet in entrance to the Sanctuary or call Bev Brown, 330-620-5101
June 8th– A wonderful Missions Opportunity with Habitat for HumanityA home is something most of us take for granted. The people who are servedby Habitat for Humanity are working hard but don't have the resources to makemake their own home a reality. Therefore Habitat for Humanity helps them.The Hudson Coalition will be building a home this year at 1915 Stafford Street inTwinsburg. HPC's work days will be June 8, July 13 and August 3. We have beenrequested to provide a crew of 7 people on each day. Volunteers must be at least18 years old. Building skills are not required as the Habitat Job Superintendent teaches and demonstrates the required actions needed to complete the day's task. No one is asked to do a task that they feel uncomfortable doing. Those interested in working on the home should contact Jon Polhamus 330-524-8564 or.
Ongoing Missions Opportunity -- Cycles for Christ-- Cycles for Christ is a local mission of HPC that serves the poor, homeless and immigrants. We work through faith based organizations to provide good useable bikes to people who can not afford a bike. We collect and repair used bikes.The bike shop is open for business. We have already fielded requests from 5 differentorganizations totaling 71 bikes. We will fill those requests from bikes that were collectedand repaired last year. Anyone who has an interest in helping repair or distribute bikesis welcome to assist. It would also be helpful if someone skilled in marketing things onCraig's list would help sell some of the nearly new bikes we receive. The money from thesales go to support the purchase of parts and helmets. Those interested in helping out should contact Jon Polhamus 330-524-8564 or Jon
September 8th -- Church Picnic after worship at the Ledges in Cuyahoga Valley National Park. The Ledges is at 701 Truxell Road, Boston Township, Peninsula, OH 44264