Maundy Thursday Virtual Service

  As part of our Holy Week remembrances, we will be hosting a special Maundy Thursday Virtual Service.   Of course, you’ll need to do some of the prep for this evening – hopefully you can get to a store before Thursday evening to pick up some bread and grape...

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Good Friday Prayer Stations

  Good Friday Worship-At-Home Prayer Stations …Based on Jesus’ Last Words on the Cross (adapted from prayer stations developed by Graham Rutter, Church of England)   Welcome. We’re so glad you are able to worship in this way. These stations have been designed with you in mind. We are inviting...

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Worship through Song

  Join Pastor Esteban and Priscilla this Holy Week for a worship-through-song experience! We encourage you to use this video as part of your personal worship.   This video can be accessed anytime through HBIC’s YouTube Channel, beginning Sunday, April 5th at 7 pm. You’ll also be able to sing along...

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Things We Want You to Know

There are several things we want to share with you. As we try not to fill your inbox with too many emails from the church, we’ve put together this miscellaneous mailing of all sorts of things we want you to know…   Do You Have Sabbath Creations?   In this...

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Celebrating Palm Sunday

  Dear Church Family and Community,   I love seeing God work. This makes me a fan of Church history, because it helps us see how God has moved in our world and among His people over time. This implores me to be more aware of the worldwide Church, because...

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Virtual Life Groups

  During this time of crisis, when we are ordered to be more isolated, physically distanced from one another, we want to explore the possibility of forming Virtual Life Groups for those who aren’t already involved in a Life Group of some sort. Though many people in our church family...

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We Can Rest

  Dear Church Family and Community,   In the last few weeks, we have grown accustomed to words like quarantine, isolation, and “distancing.” We have bemoaned the loss of our routines. We have been reminded that our value must not be found in how busy we are, or even in...

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