Middle & High Devotional: A New Creation By Luke Polito What does it mean to be born again? We use some of these phrases in the Church and this phrase in particular can be overlooked at times. We have to start at the very beginning. God our Creator formed humankind out of dust. (Gen. 2:7) […]
Middle & High Devotional: My Sheep By Luke Polito In Scripture, Jesus is referred to as the Great Shepherd and people who follow Him are known as His sheep. There is definitely a good reason that the Gospel writers used these images. Sheep are known for their keen sense of hearing, but on the other […]
P/31 Monday Night Bible Study: Fall 2019 Schedule Monday Night Bible Study • Walk in Faith or Live in Worry? September 09 // James 1:1 • Recap & Introduction September 16 // James 1:2-12, Philippians 4:6-7 • Perseverance through Trial September 23 // James 1:13-18 • First fruits or Temptations September 30 // James 1:19-27, Colossians 3:15 • Listening […]
P/31 Wednesday Bible Study: Fall 2019 Schedule Wednesday Night Bible Study • Sing a New Song September 11 // Creation: A New Beginning • Power & Purpose September 18 // Abraham: A New People • Promise & Provision September 25 // Moses: A New Nation • Preparation & Commitment October 02 // Joshua: A New Land • Possession of […]
Middle & High Devotional: Heart of Worship By Luke Polito What’s the first word that comes to your mind when you think of worship? Freedom is a word that comes to my mind when I think of worship. Jesus has set us free. Freedom from our sin, freedom from our shame, freedom in the midst […]
A Note from the Vestry Regarding Transitions Dear HTC Family: As promised, the Vestry is committed to providing a clear and frequent communication rhythm during our period of transition. To that end, we have a status update regarding two exciting initiatives in the life of our community. The first is about the search process for […]
Middle & High Devotional: Home By Luke Polito We all have different images, feelings, sounds and even smells that come to our mind when the word “home” comes up in a conversation. Home brings up more than just a picture of a house or a place of living, it also draws feelings and emotions out […]
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