Women of Courage: A-40 Day Devotional

Date: Mondays
Reverend Vivian Slaughter-Mitchell and Deaconess Sylvia Harris                 

  • Description: Whether you’re trying something new, enduring the grind of the everyday, or facing something you never imagined would come your way, life can be overwhelming and sometimes even scary. When that happens, how do you live brave? How do you learn to become a woman of courage? Who do you turn to as examples or mentors?

    Women of Courage: A-40 Day Devotional, a warm, honest, and encouraging devotional features women from the Bible who lived courageously despite unusual, difficult, or even frightening circumstances. From women who were called to step into leadership roles, to women who had to rely on God’s daily provision for their needs, these heroes of the Bible show you exactly how to lean into the strength of the Lord when your own isn’t enough.

    Join us as we delve into life stories of 40 brave women—some well-known (like Ruth, Elizabeth, Mary, and Martha) and some lesser-known (such as Shiprah, Puah, Lois, and Eunice), learning as they did how specifically we may apply faith-cultivating spiritual disciplines such as:

    ·         study—God’s Word;
    ·         pray;
    ·         express—worship, fasting, thanksgiving, celebration;
    ·         quiet—meditation, remembrance, solitude;
    ·         simplify—simplicity, generosity, rest; and
    ·         engage—fellowship, confession, submission, service

    to navigate through our hardest days with the courage needed to lead, to love, to trust, and to turn to God in every situation.

Duration: 17 Weeks | January 2- April 24, 2023
Fees: $13


Corporate Bible Study: The Gospel of John (12-24) 

Date: Tuesdays
Reverend Dr. Keith Harris /Reverend Ronnie Henry                    
Adult Corporate

Description:  John was the beloved disciple of Jesus, with whom he had a close relationship. He wanted the readers of his Gospel to know Jesus Christ and become intimate with Him as well. To only know Jesus for heaven tomorrow is to miss the joy of heaven on earth in a growing, living relationship with Christ today. John brings both of these concepts together in his book. He says Jesus is the divine Messiah—God dwelling in our midst—who has a kingdom that is not of this world. John records eight miracles to show that Jesus is no ordinary man. He is a man, to be sure, but He is the God-Man, the Word who became flesh (1:14). John conclusively demonstrates that Jesus is the Christ so that by believing in Him you may have eternal life (20:31). But the Gospel of John is also about how to have abundant life (10:10), the fruitful, fulfilling, kingdom life that Jesus offers those who follow Him.

Understand and embrace the principles Jesus taught to His disciples about being a Christ follower in a hostile world as we continue our study of the Gospel of John through the Spring 2023 Session.

Duration: 13 weeks | April 18- July 27, 2023 
Fees: $4


XP3: Middle/High School Students

Date: TBD

Description: XP3 is designed with your teen in mind! In these lesson series, teens are able to take Biblical topics and make them applicable to their own lives. For the 2022 year, we will start with learning How to Friend. Join in and all your teen to bring their experiences to the table with their peers. It's all about FELLOWSHIP!

Through our Bible Study series for youth and teens, our students will learn just that, love God, love others, and love self.  This is what we call XP3, representing the 3 relationships mentioned in the greatest commandment. 

Everything we do is organized through these 3 relationships, and we want students to grow in their faith and experience with these three relationships.  We want students to experience a love for God that will inspire deeper faith, a love for themselves that will lead to wiser choices and a love for others that will build stronger relationships.

Duration: September 2022 - May 2023
Fees: Free for HCFC members


Indescribable/Block Party/ Off Stage

Date: TBD

Description: As parents, we want our youth to grow to make wise choices, build stronger relationships, and develop a deeper faith.  This is exactly what our Youth Bible Study is aimed to do!

During our Fall session, youth will see God’s indescribable creativity. Everything around us gives us a glimpse of our creative God. Jesus was creative with
the way He taught and the miracles He performed. We reflect God’s creativity to the world around us, and our creativity is not based on talent or skill.  It is based on the fact that God created us after the image of Jesus Christ, who is full of creativity!

Additionally, our youth will explore the following topics:

Block Party – Jesus showed us the greatest example of love when He laid down His life for His friends.  With His words and actions, He showed friendship to everyone he met.  We can reflect Jesus’ love best when we treat one another with friendship.

Offstage – Because we know that God is good, we can live life with integrity.  Who we are in private should match who we are in public.  When we trust in God, we can be fruitful in whatever we say and do

Duration: September 2022 - May 2023
Fees: Free for HCFC Members


Bible Study for the Biblically Married and Engaged Couples

Date: Monthly, Second Saturdays
Minister Walter and Deaconess Pam Rose / Deacon Edwin and Sis. Renee Billips  
Biblically Married Couples

Description: Fundamentals of Marriage: 8 Essential Practices of Successful Couples. Through this fellowship, couples will reflect on God's blueprint for creating success in marriage, reinforcing a firm foundation and managing expectations in marriage God's way. 

In addition to these discussions, couples will enjoy various fellowships and experiences to draw closer to one another with the support of other biblically-married couples.

Duration: Saturday, October 8, 2022 - June 10, 2023
Fees: $10 per individual ($20 per couple) for workbook


Man and his... Management, Ministry, and Marriage

Date: Monthly, First and Third Saturdays
Reverend Dr. Scot Thomas/ Reverend Ronnie Henry                 

Description: This Bible study series will focus on how men balance the three core areas of their life! The "Man and his Management" will uncover how to maintain his spiritual walk within the workplace. The "Man and his Marriage" seeks to assist the Godly man in strengthening his understanding of his role within the home. The "Man and his Ministry" propels and challenges the man to discover his gifts and calling in a world that seeks to redefine his manhood!

Duration: September 17 - November 19, 2022
Fees: Free