It is with reluctance and sadness that we must confirm the postponement of our meeting together at HCMS and indeed in any of our groups (inc housegroups, leaders’ meetings).
TL;DR (Summary):We’re publishing as a podcast now. A list of everywhere we publish is available at https://anchor.fm/hc3church, along with the option to listen on that page. We’ll try and get each episode uploaded and published by 9AM on the Tuesday
The competition this year had to be postponed from its original date in June due a few reasons, lack of numbers being the main one. However, the re-booking the event proved to be all to the good for July 21st
20th and 21st of November found Stephen Jarrold, Steve Wigby and Bernard Plume at the High Leigh conference centre in Hoddeson representing HC3 at the annual CIC conference. The Theme of the conference was “National Need, Local Impact”. In case
When Bernard, Christina, Andy and Jo went to the Philippines to visit the House of Joshua, this is what happened. Enjoy!
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Please take a few minutes to pray … Lifenet Children’s Foundation Inc. House of Joshua Residential Restoration Care, Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines Please pray for ‘JB’ as we have been trying to obtain his legal identification documents for the
We held our second Treasure Trail on Tuesday 1st May. Originally planned for Monday 30th April, the weather forecast was absolutely dreadful so executive decisions had to be made, well it wouldn’t have been very enjoyable in the cold and
Hello everyone this is a report on the missions’ trip made to the Philippines from 20th March to 7th April. (The trip due to flight constrictions actually spilled over until the 8th April.) HC3 as a church and individuals in
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