Today we are taking time to stop and pray for our local community and the world at large. We know our God is able to bring peace in the midst of tribulation, therefore we hope you will join us.
Our prayer service premieres at noon and will also be available on demand. Consider taking 30 minutes out of your day to join us in prayer.
“For you are my rock and my fortress; and for your name’s sake you lead me and guide me” Psalm 31:3
During this time of fear and anger in our nation, it is important for the church to stay grounded in the word and active in prayer. Here is Pastor Nathan with details about a special Thursday prayer service and a change to the Lunch with Nathan Bible study.
If you are planning on coming to the outdoor service on May 24 at 11am, please register below.
We are very excited that this Sunday will be our first Sunday back. In order to allow for as many people as possible, we have decided to have service outside!
Due to the logistics of traffic flow, parking, and seating arrangements we ask that you do three things:
1.Watch this video from Pastor Nathan. Take time to watch this video so that you are informed and prepared for Sunday.
2. SIGN UP!!! Due to the limited space, it is crucial that all families sign up so that we can be prepared. You can sign up here – https://hbclynchburg.churchcenter.com/registrations/events/423308
3. Be gracious to everyone. This is new territory for all of us and it will be important for us to show patience and grace to one another.
Many of you have requested this video from our Easter Service. We pray it is a blessing to you. Thanks to our worship and tech teams for creating such a wonderful worship experience.
He is Risen! This morning we celebrate our risen King and rejoice in the forgiveness and grace that comes through Jesus. If you have questions about Jesus please visit our online connect card and let us know how we can help.
Service begins at 10am.
Join us in remembering the sacrifice of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. During these troubling times, it’s crucial for us to never forget what was accomplished on that dark day 2000 years ago.