This Week @ HFC (11.2.20 – 11.8.20)

This Week @ HFC (11.2.20 – 11.8.20)

Monday, 11.2.20

Guys and Gals Groups – Guys and Gals Groups meet at HFC on Monday nights at 8pm. Guys will meet in the basement, and gals will meet in the worship room. This semester the gals are going through the book Get Out of Your Head: Stopping the Spiral of Toxic Thoughts by Jennie Allen. Our intern Hannah will lead the gals’ study. Guys are going through a study called, “Attributes for Men.” Our intern Ben will lead the guys’ study.

Wednesday, 11.4.20

Worship Wednesday – Our free meal is at 7pm, and worship is at 8pm. For dinner this week we’re having soups and grilled cheese! In worship we’ll be in week three of a three-week series on faith and politics. We will remain socially distanced. Bring your Bible, a friend, and a mask!

Thursday, 11.5.20

I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist – At 7pm at Hillvue Heights Church (3219 Nashville Road) Dr. Frank Turek presents “I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist.” Turek will present evidences for the Christian faith and answer audience questions. This will be a great event to attend if you or a friend has got or doubts about the Christian faith.

Sunday, 11.8.20

Worship at Greenwood Park – Many HFC students regularly attend Greenwood Park Church of Christ, the sponsoring church of Hilltoppers for Christ. At this time, there are two worship services at Greenwood Park: 9am (masks required at all times) and 11am (masks required except when people are in their seats). Greenwood Park’s address is 1818 Campbell Lane, which is about 3 miles from WKU. If you need a ride contact Ryan.

Coed Bible Study – On Sundays nights at 8pm on the patio of HFC we will meet for our coed Bible study. We’re currently studying James. Each week in the Bible study we will discuss these 5 questions: What’s something new I noticed about this passage of Scripture? What does this passage of Scripture teach me about God? What does this passage of Scripture teach me about people? What questions arise from this passage of Scripture? What is a personal takeaway from this passage of Scripture?