We can rejoice, too, when we run into problems and trials, for we know that they help us develop endurance. And endurance develops strength of character, and character strengthens our confident hope of salvation. And this hope will not lead to disappointment. For we know how dearly God loves us, because he has given us the Holy Spirit to fill our hearts with his love. – Romans 5:3-5
We may not be able to meet at the building right now, but we are still the church and we’re as active as ever! Our staff and leadership are working to make sure you have a variety of ways to grow in your faith and stay connected & encouraged all week long. We will update this page constantly with links to new content. Keep scrolling to see our weekly schedule.
Also, if you are in need of help during this time, click HERE.
Streaming Sundays – Each Sunday morning at 10am, we will be live-streaming with worship, teaching, baptisms, and more. Watch us live on Facebook, Youtube, and the His Hands Mobile App. Share the links on social media so your friends can watch too! Click HERE to watch last Sunday’s online service.
Marriage Mondays – We’ve developed a five-part video series to help couples develop successful marriages. What better time to work on your marriage than in the middle of a national quarantine, right? We’ll post the first two videos on Monday, March 23rd and then we’ll post another video each Monday for the next four weeks.
Family Fridays – This whole situation has given all of us the chance to spend more together than ever. We are putting together all kinds of resources for kids and parents so that you can grow in your faith together as a family. Click HERE to see what’s available this week. We’ll update the resources every Friday by noon.
Service Saturdays – We’re working with our local ministry partners to identify opportunities for His Hands to continue serving our community in this time. This Saturday (March 28), we are encouraging everyone to do something for a neighbor/their neighborhood. Click HERE for some ideas on how to serve your neighbors. Take a picture of what you’re doing and post to social media with #wearehishands.