Wednesday evenings at HRBC are a time to pause during the week in order to gather for fellowship, laughter, Bible study and encouragement. There is something for every age, no matter your place in the journey of faith.
Fellowship dinners are served from 5:30-6:00pm; children are dismissed at 6:00pm for their activities, and youth and adults meet in a variety of small groups and seminars from 6:15-7:30pm. See details of our adult small groups and seminars below. Classes do fill, please register for your class by clicking on the link.
Beginning in February we will have 5 small group opportunities for every age, no matter your place in the journey of faith.
A Journey Through the Epistles: Come explore how faith informs action through responding to the gift of God’s gracious love. This in-depth course will walk participants through the letters of the early church.
Facilitator: David Cottrell
Mapping My Life Story: During this course, participants will create his or her own life map; an illustrated timeline of your life from birth to present, with all its twists and turns, peaks and valleys. Such a process will help you better understand who you are and ways you can respond to God in your story.
Facilitators: Pastors Bob Lee & Jim Townsend
Recovering Ancient Practices: This group will explore how recovering the ancient practices of our faith can become an anchor in an often chaotic world. We will consider several habits that Christians have practiced throughout the centuries.
Facilitator: Pastor Matthew Hensley
The Road Back To You: What you don’t know about yourself can hurt you – and your relationships, and how you make your way in the world. It can also keep you in a shallow relationship with God. Join this enneagram study to get on the road that will lead you to your truest self.
Facilitator: Pastor Amanda Lott
Women’s Small Groups: The Women of Worth Ministry (WOW) offers two small group Bible studies for women only. Providing a space for community, discipleship, Bible study and encouragement, these two groups will engage in topical studies.
Facilitators: Group 1 – Kris Branch
Group 2 – Tanja Cottrell
Wednesday Night Children and Youth Activities
King’s Kids Choir (K - 5th grade)
This ensemble leads in worship five to eight times per year and participates in seasonal programs and presents a musical in May. In this choir we learn about musical concepts and theory, meaning of sung texts, and worship leadership. Our rehearsal is an action-packed 45 minutes of music and fun! Rehearsal starts at 6:45 pm.
Preschool Music and Missions (ages 2-5)
This is ensemble is designed more for the experience of learning about God through music, rather than presentation of music in worship or concert venue. These are our little ones who sing “sitting” on the floor usually with a guitar accompaniment. “Rehearsal” is from 6:00 – 7:30 pm.
12:2 Student Ministries Small Groups
Small groups take the teaching of large group and helps students process it at a more personal level. These groups are divided by age and gender. It is a time where students can pray for each other and learn how to be accountable to each other. This is a place of deeper growth for the students. It takes place during the school year. They meet at 6:15 pm.
Extreme Kids Missions (K - 5th grade)
Children learn how the love of God is being expressed locally and around the world through our partner missions. Children also plan and carry our their own mission experiences. They meet at 6:00 pm.