From our humble beginning in a log building in 1850 to our present brick structure, our mission is still the same: Loving and Serving our Lord together as we share Jesus with our community and taking great care to watch over each other in love. Hebron opens its arms wide!
"To those who need comfort... To those who need a friendly face... To those who are lonely and in need of someone...
To those who seek shelter from the storm... and To those in need of grace and a Savior..."
- The Friendship Circle has placed a gift basket in the foyer for wedding gifts for Matthew and Rachel Bradley Holliday who were married on October 1st. Matthew is the son of former pastor and his wife, Bill and Mo Holliday and the grandson of Pauline Holliday. Matthew and Rachel both grew up at Hebron. They are registered at Target and Bed, Bath and Beyond. The basket will be available through October 23rd.
- The Hebron Youth will be hosting a chicken pie luncheon on Sunday, October 23rd following the worship service to raise money for the church van.
- On Saturday, October 29th the United Methodist Men will be hosting a 5th Sunday Sing and Brunswick Stew supper. This is an all you care to eat dinner. Donations are welcome. Tim Dallas and Paul West will be in charge of the music, so let them know if you want to participate in the singing. Donations will be taken at the door and if there is stew left over you can then purchase a quart to go. Donations are to provide for the next stew and to go toward our church van.
- The MYF have started collecting coats to donate to under privileged children in the local schools. There is a huge need in Alamance County. There will be a box in the vestibule until November 13th.
- We will be collecting Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes until November 16th. Please place completed boxes in the Library.
- The United Methodist Men will be taking orders for the regular stew on December 3rd. Proceeds from this stew will go to the scholarship fund and Agua Viva Ministries.