Sunday Worship Service
Jun
30
10:00 AM10:00

Sunday Worship Service

According to extensive international research by Natural Church Development (1000 churches in six continents over a 10 year period), healthy growing churches have a higher love quotient on average than stagnant or declining churches. That research tells us that when the quality of loving relationships is high in a church there is no longer a need to focus on quantitative growth (increased attendance). No scientific methodology can actually measure love itself, but we can measure the practical expressions of love. Galatians 5:22-23 is one of the classical biblical texts on the essence of love. These fruits of the Spirit are different expressions of the essential nature of the Spirit. The fruit of the Spirit is love: but is expressed through 8 qualities - joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. There is but one fruit, love, whose conceptual richness can be expressed through these eight qualities. Such an understanding lends itself well to the all-encompassing nature of divine love as described in Scripture. What is your love quotient? Come and explore the development of the fruit of love in your life!

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Sunday Worship Service
Jul
7
10:00 AM10:00

Sunday Worship Service

According to extensive international research by Natural Church Development (1000 churches in six continents over a 10 year period), healthy growing churches have a higher love quotient on average than stagnant or declining churches. That research tells us that when the quality of loving relationships is high in a church there is no longer a need to focus on quantitative growth (increased attendance). No scientific methodology can actually measure love itself, but we can measure the practical expressions of love. Galatians 5:22-23 is one of the classical biblical texts on the essence of love. These fruits of the Spirit are different expressions of the essential nature of the Spirit. The fruit of the Spirit is love: but is expressed through 8 qualities - joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. There is but one fruit, love, whose conceptual richness can be expressed through these eight qualities. Such an understanding lends itself well to the all-encompassing nature of divine love as described in Scripture. What is your love quotient? Come and explore the development of the fruit of love in your life!

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Sunday Worship Service
Jul
14
10:00 AM10:00

Sunday Worship Service

According to extensive international research by Natural Church Development (1000 churches in six continents over a 10 year period), healthy growing churches have a higher love quotient on average than stagnant or declining churches. That research tells us that when the quality of loving relationships is high in a church there is no longer a need to focus on quantitative growth (increased attendance). No scientific methodology can actually measure love itself, but we can measure the practical expressions of love. Galatians 5:22-23 is one of the classical biblical texts on the essence of love. These fruits of the Spirit are different expressions of the essential nature of the Spirit. The fruit of the Spirit is love: but is expressed through 8 qualities - joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. There is but one fruit, love, whose conceptual richness can be expressed through these eight qualities. Such an understanding lends itself well to the all-encompassing nature of divine love as described in Scripture. What is your love quotient? Come and explore the development of the fruit of love in your life!

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Sunday Worship Service
Jul
21
10:00 AM10:00

Sunday Worship Service

According to extensive international research by Natural Church Development (1000 churches in six continents over a 10 year period), healthy growing churches have a higher love quotient on average than stagnant or declining churches. That research tells us that when the quality of loving relationships is high in a church there is no longer a need to focus on quantitative growth (increased attendance). No scientific methodology can actually measure love itself, but we can measure the practical expressions of love. Galatians 5:22-23 is one of the classical biblical texts on the essence of love. These fruits of the Spirit are different expressions of the essential nature of the Spirit. The fruit of the Spirit is love: but is expressed through 8 qualities - joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. There is but one fruit, love, whose conceptual richness can be expressed through these eight qualities. Such an understanding lends itself well to the all-encompassing nature of divine love as described in Scripture. What is your love quotient? Come and explore the development of the fruit of love in your life!

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Sunday Worship Service
Jun
23
10:00 AM10:00

Sunday Worship Service

According to extensive international research by Natural Church Development (1000 churches in six continents over a 10 year period), healthy growing churches have a higher love quotient on average than stagnant or declining churches. That research tells us that when the quality of loving relationships is high in a church there is no longer a need to focus on quantitative growth (increased attendance). No scientific methodology can actually measure love itself, but we can measure the practical expressions of love. Galatians 5:22-23 is one of the classical biblical texts on the essence of love. These fruits of the Spirit are different expressions of the essential nature of the Spirit. The fruit of the Spirit is love: but is expressed through 8 qualities - joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. There is but one fruit, love, whose conceptual richness can be expressed through these eight qualities. Such an understanding lends itself well to the all-encompassing nature of divine love as described in Scripture. What is your love quotient? Come and explore the development of the fruit of love in your life!

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Sunday Worship Service
Jun
16
10:00 AM10:00

Sunday Worship Service

According to extensive international research by Natural Church Development (1000 churches in six continents over a 10 year period), healthy growing churches have a higher love quotient on average than stagnant or declining churches. That research tells us that when the quality of loving relationships is high in a church there is no longer a need to focus on quantitative growth (increased attendance). No scientific methodology can actually measure love itself, but we can measure the practical expressions of love. Galatians 5:22-23 is one of the classical biblical texts on the essence of love. These fruits of the Spirit are different expressions of the essential nature of the Spirit. The fruit of the Spirit is love: but is expressed through 8 qualities - joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. There is but one fruit, love, whose conceptual richness can be expressed through these eight qualities. Such an understanding lends itself well to the all-encompassing nature of divine love as described in Scripture. What is your love quotient? Come and explore the development of the fruit of love in your life!

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Sunday Worship Service
Jun
9
10:00 AM10:00

Sunday Worship Service

According to extensive international research by Natural Church Development (1000 churches in six continents over a 10 year period), healthy growing churches have a higher love quotient on average than stagnant or declining churches. That research tells us that when the quality of loving relationships is high in a church there is no longer a need to focus on quantitative growth (increased attendance). No scientific methodology can actually measure love itself, but we can measure the practical expressions of love. Galatians 5:22-23 is one of the classical biblical texts on the essence of love. These fruits of the Spirit are different expressions of the essential nature of the Spirit. The fruit of the Spirit is love: but is expressed through 8 qualities - joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. There is but one fruit, love, whose conceptual richness can be expressed through these eight qualities. Such an understanding lends itself well to the all-encompassing nature of divine love as described in Scripture. What is your love quotient? Come and explore the development of the fruit of love in your life!

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Sunday Worship Service
Jun
2
10:00 AM10:00

Sunday Worship Service

Reflecting on the post-resurrection stories of Jesus, we are urged to consider a holistic understanding of what it means to be a human being living a resurrected life. Rather than separating our body and soul, distinguishing between the physical and spiritual as distinct realms of being—the Bible portrays our lives and living as an affirmation of everything that is good about being human, created as we are in the image of God. How might we live into the resurrection from this holistic perspective? How might we realize all that God created us to be while confronting the limitations of our human experience? Come and learn as we grow together into God's vision of authenticity!

Join us for these sermon themes throughout the next six weeks: April 28 - Doubt, May 5 - Honesty, May 12 - Social Justice, May 19 - Compassion, May 26 - Trust, June 2 - Unity

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Sunday Worship Service
May
26
10:00 AM10:00

Sunday Worship Service

Reflecting on the post-resurrection stories of Jesus, we are urged to consider a holistic understanding of what it means to be a human being living a resurrected life. Rather than separating our body and soul, distinguishing between the physical and spiritual as distinct realms of being—the Bible portrays our lives and living as an affirmation of everything that is good about being human, created as we are in the image of God. How might we live into the resurrection from this holistic perspective? How might we realize all that God created us to be while confronting the limitations of our human experience? Come and learn as we grow together into God's vision of authenticity!

Join us for these sermon themes throughout the next six weeks: April 28 - Doubt, May 5 - Honesty, May 12 - Social Justice, May 19 - Compassion, May 26 - Trust, June 2 - Unity

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Chamber Singers Concert
May
24
7:00 PM19:00

Chamber Singers Concert

The Chamber Singers of the University of the Ozarks are performing at HTCC on Friday, May 24 at 7pm!  Check out their FB event page and RSVP here if you plan to attend! 

The University of the Ozarks Chambers Singers will be on tour throughout Arkansas and Tennessee from May 19-24. University of the Ozarks is a small private liberal arts university affiliated with the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. in Clarksville, Arkansas. Chamber Singers, the premiere auditioned touring ensemble from UofO, is under the direction of Dr. Jonathan Ledger, Assistant Professor of Music, and accompanied by Ms. Bethany Qualls, Adjunct Instructor of Piano. The theme of this year’s tour program is “E Pluribus Unum” (“Out of Many, One”) and will celebrate the diverse cultures and musical genres that have always been a hallmark of our nation.

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Sunday Worship Service
May
19
10:00 AM10:00

Sunday Worship Service

Reflecting on the post-resurrection stories of Jesus, we are urged to consider a holistic understanding of what it means to be a human being living a resurrected life. Rather than separating our body and soul, distinguishing between the physical and spiritual as distinct realms of being—the Bible portrays our lives and living as an affirmation of everything that is good about being human, created as we are in the image of God. How might we live into the resurrection from this holistic perspective? How might we realize all that God created us to be while confronting the limitations of our human experience? Come and learn as we grow together into God's vision of authenticity!

Join us for these sermon themes throughout the next six weeks: April 28 - Doubt, May 5 - Honesty, May 12 - Social Justice, May 19 - Compassion, May 26 - Trust, June 2 - Unity

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