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  1. Advent Guardian Angel Project

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    The Missions Ministry “kicks off” the Advent Season with its Be a Guardian Angel project. We are again partnering with the Guardian Ad Litem program to provide new toys for children and youth who are in the foster care system or under the supervision of the courts. In addition to

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  2. Ice cream Social- Meet Ilma!

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    Welcome Ilma De La Rosa! Early Childhood Coordinator for HPPC Ilma holds a master’s degree in youth and family ministries, and will be leading our children’s ministry beginning Sept. 12. Ilma (sounds kinda like Yuma) and her husband Rick will be worshiping with us in August, so come and extend a warm

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  3. Dedication Sunday June 6th HPPC Family Legacy Playground

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    We hope you will join us on this special Dedication Sunday, June 6th right after the 10:00 am service. We will share in the dedication and blessing of our new playground together, then the kids can climb, swing, spin, bounce and chime while the adults fellowship. Dave’s Jukebox Diner will

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  4. Ramsey Financial Peace University Back By Popular Demand

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    Back by popular demand, this spring HPPC is again offering the Ramsey Financial Peace University nine-lesson course using biblical wisdom and common sense to help you tackle budgeting, pay off debt, and build wealth. The classes for this Bible-based plan, created by popular radio personality Dave Ramsey, will be led by our own Matt

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  5. Recap Congregational Meeting Held March 7th

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    Congregational Meeting held March 7 – Clerk Jonathan Colbert declared a quorum with participants in person and via zoom; Rev. James Friesen opened the meeting with prayer. – Rev. James gave the Pastor’s Report, reflecting the changes due to the pandemic. While some might call 2020 a dumpster fire, he prefers to think of

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