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Adopted in 2007, our Vision Statement helps to define who our church is and where we are going: “From generation to generation, we will seek to proclaim the good news of God’s grace by following the example of Jesus Christ who ministered to
the needs of others through teaching, serving, and loving God and neighbors.”
Sarah Ware 14 Heather Klose 15 Mary Copeland 16 Vernon McClenney 17 Nancy Forbes 17 Sandy Matthews 18 Jacob Lewis 19 Linda Riddle 19 Barry Menser 22 Emma Barefoot 22 Kylee O'Bryan 22 Youth Lin 27 John Christian 28 Eric Berge 29 Bill Hurt 30 Tom Matthews 30 Mikell Bond 30
Styliana Velissarios 2 Phyllis Guilliams 3 Carlton Forbes 4 Ken Matthews 4 Evan Glass 5 Lisa Garber 6 Wanda Matthews 6 Brenda Cole 8 Corin Sandford 8 Carole Lynn 9 Bev O'Bryan 10 Ella Willoughby 10 Carson Rejzer 11 Dennis Allison 12 Clyde McFarland 13 Martha Pollock 13 Bruce Hoogstraten, Jr. 14 Molly Patrick 14
April Birthdays Happy Birthday to you...Happy Birthday to you… Happy Birthday dear…
Happy Birthday to all !!!
HBC… Oldest Member
Celia R. Dawson
Happy 106 Birthday Mrs. Dawson! Love, Your HBC Family
"Spring would not be spring without bird songs."
~ Francis M. Chapman~
S.A.M.E. is coming home…
SOUP KITCHEN is serving
their “first hot meal”
on the 18th of April
in our “new facilities.”
Worship Services in April
April 3 - Single Service at 10:30 a.m.
Deacons Ordination & Communion
April 10 - Regular Services
at 8:30 & 11:00 a.m.
with Rev. Michael Sciretti
April 17 - Single Service at 10:30 a.m.
with Guest Speaker: Philip Gulley
April 24 - Regular Services
at 8:30 & 11:00 a.m.
A Love Letter... to the Army of Angels from HBC:
Last week, and particularly on
Saturday, an "Army of Angels"
descended on our house and
packed, boxed up, and trans-
ported books, linens, CD's, cut
glass, china and other kitchen
equipment to the new house,
and even brought food to sus-
tain the other angels.
Said Angels included Beth and
Doug Heard, Jim and Judy
North, Bonnie Madre, Susan
McCauley, Alystra Barefoot,
Susanna McKendree, Jane and
Roy Austin, Frank and Mary
Jane Ransom, and Jane and
Pat Garvey. We actually
looked up the hierarchy of an-
gels, but it got too complicat-
ed, so we have to assume each
category was properly repre-
sented! We are grateful be-
yond words, and are touched
by your thoughtfulness and
Tom & Wanda Matthews
Hampton Baptist Church, Hampton April 2016
Hampton Baptist Church Presents
“Front Porch Tales are the Same Everywhere”
The event is free
but tickets are required.
For more information contact
Hampton Baptist Church
office at 723-0707
or via email: church
http://tiny.cc/philipgulleyHBC http://tiny.cc/philipgulleyHBC mailto:email@example.com mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Circles of Diversity 2016
Beginning April 5, 2016, 6-8 pm, you are invit-
ed to participate in this year’s Circles of Diversity Pro-
gram sponsored by the Unity Commission of the City
of Hampton. The first event will be held at Fort Mon-
roe as the series on Race: Let’s Talk About It con-
cludes on April 5. Please sign up as a participant for
this and other Tuesday night sessions that will run
through May 10th.
Hampton Baptist will be hosting an event in
our new activity room on Tuesday evening, April 19th
at 6 p.m. Refreshments will be served and the conver-
sation will focus on the distinctive characteristics
unique to Baptists. Ashleigh Diehl and Betty Pugh
Mills will be facilitating this discussion. If you would
like to join us in offering hospitality that day to
members of BAPS SWAMINARAYAN Temple,
First Baptist Church, HarborPointe Community
Church, and the Mosque/Islamic Center of Hampton,
let Ashleigh or Betty know of your interest.
Everyone is invited and encouraged to join this
very important conversation by registering online
using the link below:
The circles of diversity 2016
Participant Registration form:
are needed to make cookies
for the Phillip Gulley Event
on April !6th. If you can make cookies (please
no brownies or bar cookies), deliver them to
the new kitchen in the church by Saturday
Noon, April 16th, so they can be put on trays
and ready to serve by that evening.
Thank you in advance for your gift of service!
April 2015 Prayer Scripture Flowers appear on the earth;
the season of singing has come…. Song of Songs 2:12
Volunteer “Greeters” are needed
for April 16th
Philip Gulley Event
Sign-up by email, calling 723.0707,
or on the sign-up sheet in the
Call for Graduates!
Are you graduating from High School,
College, or Graduate School?
Do you have a graduating child
or grandchild who grew
up at Hampton Baptist?
We would like to recognize
you/them in worship
on June 5 and/or in the church newsletter.
Please e-mail the office a photo (jpeg)
and we will be in
contact with you for more information.
Matt & Beth Harlan’s New Address 5570 SE Pine Street
Portland. Organ 97215 (His words: “we are out of a trailer & in a home”)
Deacon Assignments for April
8:30 11:00 Deacon of the week
(Capt.) Dee Dee Horne.
4/10 Dee Dee Horne
4/17 Gary Powell
4/24 Patty Price
blue are sched-
uled for the
(greeter) Melissa Lerner
(greeter) Tommy O’Bryan
The Month of April
"The sun was warm but the wind was chill.
You know how it is with an April day,
When the sun is out and the wind is still.
You're one month on in the middle of May,
But if you so much as dare to speak,
A cloud comes over the sunlit arch.
And wind comes off a frozen peak,
And you're two months back
In the middle of March."
~ Robert Frost, 1926~
Marian's WMU Corner.
April 12, (Tues.),
HBC “New” Dining Room.
Guest Speaker @ 1:45pm -
Rev. Alan DeFriese, Peninsula Rescue Mission.
All WMU ladies, guests & interested church members
are welcome to join Garber-Chandler group to hear
Rev. DeFriese, Executive Superintendent of Peninsula
Rescue Mission (PRM) in Newport News. He will pre-
sent a program of slides on services provided by his
ministry for the less fortunate and how we may help.
We are collecting undergarments for men at his mission
to donate at this meeting. Our WMU groups also gave
monetary donations in March. Checks payable to PRM.
A donation box will be provided at our meeting for un-
Besides assisting families with food, clothing and fur-
niture, the Rescue Mission provides spiritual and life
skills training for men as well as shelter, meals and
clothing for homeless men.
They provide summer camp for less fortunate chil-
dren. You may support the PRM Thrift Store by do-
nating items. For pickup 380-6909.
(small items may be brought to this mtg.)
. . Thank you, Marian Supplee
Missions in Virginia
Are you interested in engaging in missions right here in Virginia this summer? Do you enjoy working with
children and/or adults? Then this may be the oppor-
tunity for you! Mar