H2HBC Fellowship

H2HBC Fellowship
Last updated on April 10, 2016
On the 5th of April, we attended the 36th annual Hope Pregnancy Banquet in Killeen. As usual awesome speaker and the food was great!


On the 3rd of April we had our monthly Tunin' Spokes. Awesome time with the Lord and we also heard fromour Celebrate Recovery staff.
 

On the 27th of March we had our Easter Sunrise Service, followed by a breakfast and then at 11AM we had our regular service. We had a bunch of photos taken this Easter!

On the 4th of March, we had quite a few folks invade the local American Legion and enjoy time with Doc and he played some great music..
 

We had another church campout from the 28th thru the 28th of February! What a blast with our church family, and friends...


On the 19th of February, we went on another canoe trip.. Just more fellowship with church family.....
 

On the 14th of February, we had a few folks go on our first "Love of our Lives Float" What a blast!
 

On the 13th of February, we had our annual Valentines Dinner. Once again, a wonderful time with the church family...


On the 7th of February, we had our Super Bowl Party! What a blast in fellowship with the church family...
 

Onthe 31st of January, we had a 5th Sunday fellowship ride and it was awesome!


On the 3rd of January, The H2HBC family had great fellowship during their monthly Tunin' Spokes. 
 

On the 24th of December, the H2HBC had their annual Christmas Eve Candle Light Service. 


On the 19th of December, the H2HBC family got together and wrapped lots and lots of presents for the annual Santa's Helper Run.


On the 13th of December, the H2HBC family had a "Birthday for Jesus" party and exchanged presents. Over fifty souls enjoyed the fellowship of one another as they celebrated the true Reason for the Season, Jesus Christ.
 

On the 10th of December, the H2HBC family got together for their annual trip to the Nature in Lights. There was over 20 souls that had a great time of fellowship while driving through the 5 and a half miles of lights as well as while visiting the Santa's Work Shop.


On the 6th of December, the H2HBC family had special guests "We Are The Monks" visit for our monthly tunin spokes.


 
On the 26th of November, the H2HBC family got together for Thanksgiving at the American Legion Post #42. With about 50 souls enjoying some great food fellowship, the Legion Post was a great place to meet!


On the 21st of November, the H2HBC crew set up for the Belton Trade Days Outreach but Mother Nature shut it down due to high winds and cold front. So, the folks ended up in fellowship at a local Cracker Barrel.



On the 15th of November, Captain Rex and his crew dropped in to see the folks at the church that was still hanging around after the monthly potluck. The church family had the honor of praying over the new ship for her maiden voyage.
 

On the 8th of November, the H2HBC family and friends went out to support the Turnersville VFD annual BBQ benefit.


On the 1st of November the H2HBC had their monthly Tunin' Spokes, and the family had awesome food and fellowship before the singing started.


On the 25th of October, we had nearly 30 souls stuffing gloves with candy for the upcoming Boozar. We all had a great time in fellowship while getting a task completed for the annual event we participate in.


On the 18th of October, we had over 60 souls in fellowship for our monthly meal after the message God brought us.

On the 16th of October, we had great fellowship at our monthly movie night. We watched Johnny, a real tear jerker.

On the 4th of October we had our monthly Tunin' Spokes (Music Night) and 33 souls, exactly half of the morning congregation broke bread together and lifted up their voices to the Lord.


On the 26th of September we went to Groom to see the 14 stations of Jesus. Paul Chantaca made it in the night before and rode to Groom with us also. The place is obviously annointed of God.


On the 25th of September, we had a fellowship ride to Amarillo! The first stop to check off the bucket list was at Cadillac Ranch.
 

After the long ride of over 400 miles, we painted a little bit and then took lots of pictures. The fellowship was totally awesome. We then rode into town to get some much needed rest and a bite to eat. While at the local Denny's only walking distance from the hotel, we had a divine appoitment to pray with our waitress.
 

On the 12th of Septmber we had church family that left from Camp Holiday on Benbrook Lake and went to Dinosaur State Park to check out a few camping areas and trails.
 


After a couple miles we mounted the Iron Horses and headed to the Creation Evidence Museum.



The timing was perfect! We got to meet Dr. Baugh who we are poictured with above. Then inside the Musem we got to see the only set of complete scrolls that are on display. Totally awesome!