Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Updated Preaching Schedule

12/9/20189:30/10:30Breakfast/Prayer Meeting/ Pastor Call
12/16/201810:30 AMBro John Harvey
12/23/201810:30 AMOpen For Now
12/30/201810:30 AMEld Michael Hataway

Monday, November 5, 2018

Updated Schedule

Here is the up to date schedule for the next few weeks:

11/11/2018 10:30 AM Bro John Harvey
11/18/2018 10:30 AM Bro Ray Blanchard
11/25/2018 10:30 AM Eld James Allen
12/1/2018 6:30 PM         Eld Bryce Lowrance
12/2/2018 10:30 AM       Eld Bryce Lowrance
12/9/2018 9:30/10:30 Breakfast/Prayer Meeting/ Pastor Call

Sunday, October 7, 2018

October Schedule updated again 10/7/18.

10/6/20186:30 PMBro Michael Warren/Eld James Allen
10/7/20189:30/10:30Bro Michael Warren/Eld James Allen
10/13/20186:30 PMElder Michael Green
10/14/201810:30 AMElder Michael Green
10/20/20186:30 PMBro John Harvey
10/21/201810:30 AMBro John Harvey
10/27/20186:30 PMElder Chris Folsom
10/28/201810:30 AMElder Chris Folsom
11/4/20189:30/10:30Breakfast/Prayer Meeting/Straw Vote

Sunday, September 30, 2018

October Preacher Schedule

This is the updated October Schedule.  I hope to have additions made this week to fill in the 20th and 21st.  Bro Jim,

October 6, 20186:30 PMBro Michael Warren/Eld James Allen
October 7, 20189:30/10:30Bro Michael Warren/Eld James Allen
October 13, 20186:30 PMElder Michael Green
October 14, 201810:30 AMElder Michael Green
October 20, 20186:30 PM
October 21, 201810:30 AM
October 27, 20186:30 PMElder Chris Folsom
October 28, 201810:30 AMElder Chris Folsom
November 4, 20189:30/10:30Breakfast/Prayer Meeting/Straw Vote

Sunday, July 8, 2018

Upcoming Preaching Appointments

During this season without a pastor, Hebron Primitive Baptist Church is prayerful that the Lord will send abled men to fill the pulpit as we search for the man of God that the Lord would have for us.  Please be in prayer for each of these brothers as they prepare for their time with us.

Monday, May 1, 2017

For all members of Hebron Primitive Baptist Church:
There will be a meeting at 7pm on 5/3/17 to speak with a contractor about ideas and costs for our building project.  If you do not wish to attend or are unable, please be in prayer that the Lord will show us clearly the direction HE would have us move regarding this project.

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Brother Melvin Jones.

Also, we have had a request that the prayer list be update weekly.  We will do our very best to keep that list up to date.  Please let us know if there are any requests that are not on the list that have been overlooked.

Saturday, April 11, 2015

Hebron's Annual Spring Meeting

We have enjoyed such a blessed and refreshing weekend at Hebron.  Friday night we met together in fellowship along with visitors from the surrounding churches.

Elders Roger Pinkston and Mark Nunley were richly blessed in their sermons.  Elder Roger spoke to us regarding Jesus being the solid rock and Elder Mark followed with a sermon on the Jesus being the bread of life...  As Elder Mark said, he's tasted a lot of really good bread in his life, but one day he tasted the BEST BREAD!

Saturday morning, we had visitors from more of our sister churches and we appreciate their love and fellowship so much!  Elder Chris Taylor was asked to speak first and he delivered a wonderful message on the purpose of the gospel and the deliverance it provides to us in this life.  Elder Mark Nunley spoke with us once again and humbly showed how in need we are of mercy and how truly blessed we are to receive that mercy from our Lord.
After lunch, we entered into our communion service.  Elder Mark was asked to speak on the bread and he emphasized how we are not physically breaking the body of Jesus, as some other religions practice, Jesus' body was broken only one time, therefore we simply break bread in remembrance of what HE endured for our sins.  Elder Tommy Green, our pastor, spoke to us regarding the wine and it's representation of the blood of Christ.  He emphasized that the scriptures say we are not to eat or drink unworthily.  As he pointed out, this is an adverb not an adjective.  We are ALL unworthy, but how we participate is the key.  Finally, Elder Chris Taylor spoke to us about the significance of the foot washing service.  He pointed out that the bread and the wine pertained to Jesus and our eternal salvation.  Yet the foot washing service is for good works (Ephesians 2:10: For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus unto good works, which God hath before ordained that we should walk in them.)  What a sweet time of communion with our Lord and our Brethren!
We praise God for blessing this meeting.  

(Pictured left to right: Elder Clayton Peterson, Elder Chris Taylor, Elder Mike Lewis, Elder Mark Nunley, Elder Glenn Blanchard, Elder Roger Pinkston, Elder Tommy Green)