THIS WEEK’S SERVICE (July 31, 2022)
This Sunday, Lamar’s sermon will be “Keep the Home Fires Burning” (Matthew 5:27-30). This week’s songs will be The Solid Rock by William Batchelder Bradbury and Edward Mote, arr. by Travis Cottrell, God So Loved by Andrew Bergthold, Ed Cash, Franni Cash, Martin Cash, and Scott Cash, arr. by Dan Galbraith, Hallelujah For The Cross by Ross King and Todd Wright, arr. by Dan Galbraith and Dave Iula, His Mercy Is More by Matt Boswell and Matt Papa, arr. by Travis Cottrell, and Lord, I Need You by Daniel Carson, Matt Maher, Christy Nockels, Jesse Reeves, and Kristian Stanfill, arr. by Joel Mott and Lee Marcum.
Worship Choir and Orchestra
This Wednesday, August 3, the Worship Choir and Orchestra will be resuming their mid-week rehearsals for the Fall semester. This is a great time of year to come and check out the Music & Worship Ministry if you’re interested or thinking about joining. Both groups will first meet in room B100, right across the hall from the Worship Center, starting at 6:30pm. In addition to preparing worshipful music for our Sunday services, the ministry will also be taking time this semester to prepare some fun country gospel songs for Round Up Sunday, as well as beautiful and festive selections for Christmas at Hoffmantown. If you love music and worshiping the Lord through singing or playing an instrument, then come and check out the Worship Choir and/or Orchestra this Wednesday, August 3 at 6:30pm in room B100.
Hoffmantown Church Paid Ministry Positions AvailableHoffmantown Church has a part-time position available. Applicants should be an active member of Hoffmantown Church, sense a calling to Christian service and be able to work in various contexts.
Administrative Assistant: firstname.lastname@example.org.Hoffmantown Adult Family Ministry is seeking a part-time administrative assistant. Senior Ambassadors (70+), Men’s, and Women’s Ministries are included in AFM. Applicant should be proficient in software applications. For job requirements, please contact Susan Franse at 858-8654 or
Applications are available at the Receptionist Desk Monday through Friday. Please return completed applications to the receptionist. Or you can download an application from https://www.hoffmantownchurch.org/employment/.
CareNet Walk for Life
Join CareNet in a Courageous Walk for Life Saturday, August 13, from 8am-1pm in the Grove.
There will be information tables, the Medical Mobile unit and more. We will then walk around the Academy. Please join us to raise awareness and save a life.
ADULT FAMILY MINISTRIES
Fellowship Gathering – Men’s Retreat: Love in Action II
All men of Hoffmantown Church and guests are cordially invited to join us at Inlow Baptist Camp, from August 25-27, for a time of fun, fellowship, worship, and learning for all who attend. The cost of this event is $60. The activities will begin at 6pm, Thursday, August 25, and conclude at noon, on Saturday, August 27. We pray that each of you will want to be a part of this experience. Our desire is for a one-on-one spiritual encounter with our Lord that will give us a greater understanding of His purpose and plan for each of us. Please see the website for registration and more details. To register, go to
https://www.hoffmantownchurch.org/events/mens-retreat/. Any questions you may have, please email email@example.com.
Women’s Ministry Pizza & Movie Night
This is a fantastic opportunity for women, ages 18 and up, to come together for fellowship and fun on Friday, August 19 in room B209/221. Doors open at 5:30pm. Pizza and salad served at 6pm. The movie “Overcomer,” which is a wonderful reminder of who we are in Christ, will start at 6:30pm–complete with popcorn. Come join the Women’s Ministry Council and your friends. Registration and $5 fee is required. Deadline for registration is Monday, August 15, 8am. If you have any questions, please contact Kathy Tesch at 858-8696 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To register, go to hoffmantownchurch.org/events and click on Women’s Movie Night.
Wacky Water Day July 30
When does water fall from a clear sky? At Wacky Water Day, tomorrow, Saturday, July 30, from 2-4pm, you may see showers on Mission Field…so come on over and make a splash with Hoffmantown Kids Ministry! You and your family can battle it out with water balloons and blasters, take on inflatable slides, and make a dash for our slip n’ slide…we promise you’ll leave refreshed! Bring your own towel, chair, and snacks…and a friend for a water fight! Register at hoffmantownchurch.org/events/kids-ministry-wacky-water-day. This is a FREE EVENT! For more info, contact email@example.com.
If you’re wondering if you’ve passed the age limit for Wacky Water Day…you can still dive in and VOLUNTEER! Come join Kids Ministry on July 30 to help with setup, teardown, and filling buckets and water balloons! Contact Stacy Teel or firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested – and willing to get wet!
Parents Meeting this Sunday, July 31
If you are a parent with kids at Hoffmantown, a teacher/volunteer on Sunday mornings, or are interested in the future of Kids Ministry, please join us for our annual parent meeting this Sunday, July 31, at 12:30 pm in the Rock. Our Bridge Director, Stacy Teel, will discuss upcoming events and classes for the 2022-23 school year, and you’ll have the chance to offer feedback to Kids Ministry! Best of all, pizza will be served for you and your family!
Hoffmantown Family, are you taking a summer vacation?
Kids Ministry is never on vacation but lots of our volunteers are. That means we have lots of spots you can serve in this summer! WHERE are you serving this summer?
Upcoming Important Dates:
– “Wacky Water Day”: Kids Ministry End of the Sunday School Year Celebration (Saturday, July 30)
– Promotion Sunday: Sunday August 7
– Kids Express First Day: August 15
– AWANA Registration: August 24 / Begins August 31
Elders: Tom Caudill and Jim Dearholt
Pastors: Lamar Morin and David Hopkins
Deacons: Drayton Boozer and Dave Jarvis
Operations: Sam Mouck
At Large Members: D’Ann Craft, Steve Gnerich, Jeff McElwain, Patricia Rogers, Linda Rupp and Bruce Townsend