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Through this four week conversation, we are seeking to build stronger families, relationships, marriages and communities.

 

Join us for #stronger

wk 1 Family

wk 2 Marriage

wk 3 Relationships

wk 4 Community

 

#loveservegrow

When we’re struggling, we want to know that someone cares. When a person is experiencing loss, illness, hardship, stress, it’s a great opportunity to show them that we recognize their need, we care, and we’re taking action.

HLC CARES is made up of people who are willing to make and deliver meals, personal notes of encouragement, and prayer to those in need. Recipients are people within Hamilton Life Church who have experienced one of the following:

 

The birth of a child
The death of a family member
Illness, hospitalization, rehab
The loss of a job
Any situation where we might provide relief

 

Meals are an easy way to bless someone and show them that people care. The idea here, however, is NOT that a ministry team takes the place of people naturally caring for one another. Our hope is that as you become more connected by building relationships at HLC, you are naturally caring for others, and others are caring for you. What’s great is that when we’re truly connected and living life with other people, we can recognize needs beyond meals, such as helping with housework, babysitting, giving gifts, mowing grass and more.

 

WE NEED YOU

 

We are looking for move volunteers to keep blessing people as HLC grows. In order to make this a reality, and not burden the people who are preparing the meals, we’d love to have as many volunteers as possible. You’re not locking yourself into a strict commitment. When a need goes out, you’ll be asked to pick a day to deliver a meal. So you can base your meal prep on your availability!

 

If you can help or know someone in need please contact Ali Holzaepfel

How we live matters.
It is not enough to believe in God but that belief should change our behavior, our speech, our thoughts and our lives.

Our greatest witness is the life we lead.
Our greatest testimony is the story we tell.
For many of us we deny God the opportunity to use us to connect people to Him when we don’t live our lives the way God has called us to

This is not a call for perfection but a call to holiness.

So we seek to create missional habits that propel us forward into the world to bring a message of hope.