WHAT: Hello Church!  This Saturday, November 12 is the big day as we are joined by area COG7 members for our Thanksgiving Celebration Service!

Bible Advocate Editor Jason Overman will be our guest speaker and we'll be serving a big Thanksgiving meal  following the service.  Everyone is welcome.  Help us overflow the campus that day by inviting your friends and family from area churches!

WHERE: New Hope United Sanctuary for service and Northern Hills ES for Lunch.

 

Here are a few things to keep in mind for the day:

 

MODIFIED SCHEDULE

The schedule is different this week.  There will be no classes for students and adults before service this week.  Kids aged 2 years to 2nd grade will be dismissed following the Children's Prayer, but the 3rd-5th graders will remain in the sanctuary this week.  Service starts at 10:00amthis week.  Please arrive no later than 9:45am so you can help welcome guests!

9:30-10:00am- Meet & Greet (in the church foyer)

10:00am-12:00pm- Thanksgiving Celebration Service

12:30pm- Thanksgiving Lunch (at Northern Hills Cafeteria) 

PARKING

-We are asking all NHU people to park across the street in the Northern Hills Elementary School parking lot to give the best spots to our visitors.

-You are welcome to drop off in front of NHU before parking across the street.

-Please be careful driving and walking in the parking lots and keep an eye on your kids. It will be very busy and potentially dangerous.

 

 

LUNCH

-Due to the large crowd, we'll be eating lunch across the street at the Northern Hills Elementary School cafeteria.

-At the end of the Worship Service pick up your kids and make your way safely across Uhr Street to the school. Please help direct/assist our guests.

-We need to be out of the school cafeteria no later than 2pm, so when lunch is over please stay behind and help us get everything cleaned up.
 

 

Thank you for your commitment and service to NHU. 

 

 

Executive Elder Board,

Victor Del Toro- Chairman

Israel Steinmetz- Vice-Chairman

Ray Alcala- Secretary

Isai Melgoza-Scapegoat