VBS: July 24-26, 9am, here, with Grace Presbyterian.
*Ages: Completed Pre-K thru 5th grade; lunch provided for kids.
Membership Program, Sunday, August 9th, at 1pm. Sign up, please.
Porter Service each Sunday, 5:30pm.
In the words of Billy Holbrook, "Strong Start has had a strong finish." I totally concur.
Thanks to all who made this program a success!
James Lawrence spoke to St. Andrews today. He told his life story and encouraged them to look to Christ in all things, praying to Him, alone. James spoke as an honest sinner in need of Jesus. Be praying for him to cut away all hinderances, as he presses into Jesus. Great job, James!
Christy Noulet and her Aunt Anita have made lunch for St. Andrews each day during Renew. The food and fellowship have been wonderful! Christy and Anita, thank you!
Tim Jones bravely got up in front of a room of teens from St. Andrews and told them about his joy in Christ today. It was his first time speaking to an audience and he did well!
Tim lives in Bibb City and is part of our church plant there, being led by Chris and Stephanie Dubose. Tim is such an asset to both to Highland and Porter, plus, he frequently volunteers at Truth Spring! He's apart of the life-blood of Highland.
Will and his family attend St. Andrews and we have truly enjoyed getting to know him and his joyous family over the years.
He completed this Gaga pit for us as his senior project at Columbus High. He did a terrific job and we've already put this thing to great use this week! Thanks, Will.
Come get some!
Strong Start Back-to-School Program got off to a strong start.
St. Andrews did a terrific job kicking off our back to school program for Truth Spring kids, and kids throughout the neighborhood. Nearly 40 kids attended and knocked the dust off their math skills, while learning about the Bible and enjoying game time. Good work, St. Andrews!
Patti Clark is a member of our church and offered the students of Renew some Biblical wisdom as they're building their lives. Her testimony was infused with her personal experiences and the Word of God. We're so grateful for you, Patti! Great job today.
Taking our "safe lives" for granted can result in skewing our outlook on others because our "safe lives" appear to be produced solely by us. Safe lives are solely the result of the grace of God.
Great job, James. Opertation Hope is fortunate to have you on board.
Highland Community Church is humbled to welcome St. Andrews back for another year. Events at Highland kick off this Sunday and will run through Wednesday.
Here is our schedule:
On Sunday, the students will be there to assist during breakfast. They will attend Life Class, plus help lead worship. A member of their youth group will take part in Communal Prayer. Finally, Mathes Ballard, their Youth Pastor, will take the pulpit.
Sunday afternoon Schedule
4:00: Strong Start Kickball Game. Meet at Highland; Play at 29th St fields - weather permitting.
5:00-5:30: Head back for Pizza.
9:00-9:30: Morning Session with Speaker
9:30-1:00: Community Work Projects
1:00-2:00: Lunch & Testimony
4-6: Strong Start
If you would like more information, please contact us. We look forward to seeing the Lord honored and our neighbors loved through the ministry of St. Andrews.