We worship together outdoors AND online.  Hope you are blessed!

October 11, 2020

A beautiful day to worship Christ today!

We sang a few songs, prayed for folks (the list will be updated tomorrow in the prayer requests online).

Mrs. Denise gave us a great update about Operation Christmas Child.  She told us about the packing party that happened yesterday and informed us that we have the funds to pay for the shipping for 98 boxes, but after the service two more donations came in so we can pay to ship 100 shoeboxes (and Bless 100 children!). 
Thank you all that have donated your time, efforts and money to make this possible!

For the message we heard from Pastor Harvey (me) about John 2:13-22 - the Cleansing of the Temple.
Next week we will continue in John 2-3 as Jesus receives an unexpected visitor at night.
(Well, I don't really think that Jesus was surprised by His visitor, but we'll get into that next week!) 

Speaking of next week, we look forward to you joining us next weekend, if you can make it live.
 
Of course we will continue to keep uploading the sermon and providing the YouTube versions of the songs that we sang during worship.  So even if you cannot join us, we'd still like to pray for you.  
Give us a call or email Pastor Harvey at harvey.hpcc@gmail.com to request prayer.  

COVID-19 Protocols in Our Church

We sanitize after each service...
social distance amongst congregants...
require a face mask...
and remind folks if they feel sick, then they should stay home...

Yes!  We are still meeting outside.
Here are some photos of what our outdoor worship area
 looks like before the folks show up.
We hope to see YOU in one of these social distanced chairs with us soon!

Again, this weekend we have prepared a worship page for you that includes...
Thursday Night's Bible Study PowerPoint AND the Zoom meeting recording.  

The topic was Stewardship (as opposed to prosperity or poverty) 


The Children's Sunday School Lesson from Mrs. Denise...
Noah gathers the animals in this week's lesson.  

We have  great YouTube versions of Christian Hymns and contemporary songs that we sang today...


We hope this continues to bless YOU and draws you closer to God.

Remember, Denise and I are a phone call away if you want to pray together or just chat.  
(Also remember that God is NOT far away, He has promised that He would never leave us - can I get an "Amen"!)

And don't forget to comment below about anything that we can help you with.
Or any conversation you would like to start.

Thanks for all of your support!
For Him and His Kingdom,
Pastors Harvey & Denise

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2020-10-08 - Adult Mid Week Bible Study
 led by Albert Faust
The Marks of a Christian - Stewardship- 1 Timothy 6:6-21

Stewardship?
What does that mean?


Well, take a peek at our Mid-Week Bible Study to see what God's Word says about that and our discussion.

We love you, and would LOVE for you to join us next week at Bible study.

Remember, if you missed our meeting, you can view it below AND please sign up below to get updates and notices of the next meeting.  See you on Zoom!

If you are NOT part of our on-line Thursday Night Bible Study, you can take care of that now.  

Two easy ways to join.  Each week we will send the ZOOM link via text and email. 

1.  Just text the word "Bible" on your cell phone to 323-310-9982

or

2.  Click the button below

New Prayer Requests will be updated Monday afternoon of, 2020-10-12
these are still last week's prayer requests...

Ray - Pray for his family, for his brother Davey with traveling mercies, healing for his foot.

Mark - For our president's and first lady's health.  And all those infected and affected by COVID-19.

Marlene - Prayers for her two friends.  Stephanie who has uterine cancer and Gary who has a brain tumor.
                 And for the pandemic to be over.

Larry -    An unspoken request.

Harvey - Prayer for his parents, especially his father who turns 82 this week.  
                 Also pray for the 15 prayer requests that came in through our Facebook Ad.

Dorothy - Franscisca's 2 year old and 6 year old daughters.  Prayer for their situation.

Georgia - Pray to relieve pain in her back.  She had an epidural on Friday, but the pain hasn't be relieved.
                 Also pray and unspoken prayer for her boyfriend Everett.

Ericka - For her nephew, Andrew, who begins his first day of work this week.


Bryan - Continued prayer for his father and an unspoken request

Kelly - Unspoken request


 98 Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes
That we packed on Saturday, yesterday - October 10.
10-10-10

What a great time we had preparing the shoe boxes for all the kiddos.  

Rather than post all the photos here again, click on the link below to see our photos on our Facebook Page.  

https://bit.ly/30YGWbT

Children's Sunday School by Mrs. Denise
God Tells Noah to Build a Big Boat (Ark) - Genesis 6 - Part 2

Hey Kiddos -
This week after Mrs. Denise prays and sings with you.  
Oh, boy!  
A lot of animals in today's Bible story.  
Also you can see some kids dressed up as balloon animals from old photos of Pastor Harvey and Bishop William Cruver...
Enjoy the lesson!  

God made us to do good. - Ephesians 2:10


And Now It's Time to Worship Christ

The Solid Rock
Words by Edward Mote

 Music by William B. Bradbury
A Cappella Arrangement by David Wesley

Song - The Solid Rock
Artist - David Wesley
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O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing
Congregational singing (Shepherds’ Conference)
Grace Community Church - Sun Valley, California

Song - O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing
Artist - Charles Wesley
Public Domain

After singing a couple of songs, then as a congregation we read together aloud the following scripture...

I John 3:13-24(NASB)


13 Do not be amazed, [then,] brothers, if the world hates you.


14 We know that we have passed from death to life because we love our brothers. Whoever does not love remains in death.

15 Everyone who hates his brother is a murderer, and you know that no murderer has eternal life remaining in him.

16 The way we came to know love was that he laid down his life for us; so we ought to lay down our lives for our brothers.

17 If someone who has worldly means sees a brother in need and refuses him compassion, how can the love of God remain in him? 18 Children, let us love not in word or speech but in deed and truth.

Confidence Before God

19 [Now] this is how we shall know that we belong to the truth and reassure our hearts before him

20 in whatever our hearts condemn, for God is greater than our hearts and knows everything. 21 Beloved, if [our] hearts do not condemn us, we have confidence in God

22 and receive from him whatever we ask, because we keep his commandments and do what pleases him.

23 And his commandment is this: we should believe in the name of his Son, Jesus Christ, and love one another just as he commanded us.

24 Those who keep his commandments remain in him, and he in them, and the way we know that he remains in us is from the Spirit that he gave us.

O, How I Love Jesus
sung Alan Jackson

Song - O, How I Love Jesus
Artist - Alan Jackson
Album - Precious Memories Vol II
Licensed to YouTube by
SME (on behalf of ACR Records LLC); SOLAR Music Rights Management, LatinAutor - SonyATV, LatinAutorPerf, EMI Music Publishing, CMRRA, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, and 3 Music Rights Societies

2020-10-11 - We have live Worship with our  "outdoor social distanced church"
We will be led by Alfredo Rodriguez and Marlene Richardson on the Electric Keyboard .
Join us next week in live worship.  YOU are invited!

2020-10-11 - Here is the Sermon/Message
The Gospel of John 2:13-25
Jesus Cleanses the Temple

Let Them See You
JJ Weeks Band

Again, Denise and I are available for prayer.

Call Harvey at 323-316-7131
Call Denise at 323-316-7132

In Christ,

Pastor Harvey


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