Sign up for this Golf Tournament on Friday April 12 benefitting the 1960 Hope Center for Homelessness. See more details in the pamphlet images below. (Note that this is not an unexcused absence from work)
The 1960 Hope Center is a 501(c)(3) organization ministering to adults experiencing homelessness. This resource center for the unemployed and homeless is dedicated to providing basic necessities and a pathway back to a productive lifestyle. 1960 Hope Center has served more than 1,200 individuals in the first two years of being open. Currently, almost 50 people per day are provided services such as showers, laundry, haircuts, clothing, breakfast, lunch, incentive life skills classes, AA, Bible study, counseling, ID and housing support, and more. With the help of caseworkers, RN’s, social workers, clergy, and a devoted team of volunteers, people are finding jobs, housing, mental health and rehabilitation help, and a restoration of hope. 1960 Hope Center is working to be a solution for the homeless issue in northwest Houston. For more information about 1960 Hope Center, see below and the website at https://www.1960hopecenter.com/
Contact Joe Claman for more information or to get connected with other ExxonMobil folks.
You are invited to join Alpha, a 12 week program that provides a fun and relaxed way to explore the meaning of life and find out more about the Christian faith.
Alpha 2019 Kickoff: Finding faith that empowers your life, could be your greatest adventure! Got Questions about life? Try Alpha.
Alpha Course: Alpha is for anyone who’s curious and is an opportunity to explore life and the Christian faith in a friendly, open and informal environment. Over 29 million people have tried Alpha in 169 countries, and it has been translated into 112 different languages. The Alpha Course will be held weekly from February 13 – May 15, 2019, from 12 noon – 1 pm CT in HC and HL after a kickoff on February 13. Each week, there will be free lunch (only at HC), a 30 min video and informal small group discussion. You can attend one, many, or all sessions. Alpha is a place where you can be yourself, you can say what you think and challenge everything. No question is too complex or too simple. What your point of view is, it’s as important as anyone’s.
All are welcome! No registration required.
To stay up to date on the session locations, join our Yammer group.
(EMHC sessions are from 12-1pm. HL sessions are from 11-12pm)
Borrowing from best-selling studies by Beth Moore, Priscilla Shirer, Lisa Harper, Kelly Minter and Jennifer Rothschild, explore crucial moments in the lives of five Old Testament figures – Queen Esther, Gideon, Hosea, Malachi and Nehemiah.
Strengthen your faith as you walk alongside these larger-than-life figures who all chose to obey God no matter the circumstances.
The ancient Greek city of Corinth was destroyed by the Romans in 146 BC. It was rebuilt about 100 years later as a commercial complex and center for cult activity. The Apostle Paul visited there on his second missionary journey, planting a church with the help of Aquila and Pricilla. Many of the converts came from cultic backgrounds, leading to conflicting beliefs and practices.
Paul’s letters to the church in Corinth sought to address many of these issues, some of which are prevalent in today’s society, with the goal of producing a healthy church. Our study of 1 Corinthians will seek to unlock these Biblical truths and identify applications for today.
We plan to meet on Thursdays at 11:30 am. Contact Stuart Holland for additional information.
Thanks to your generous spirits, all volunteer slots for this event have already been filled! Be on the look out for future volunteering opportunities! God bless!
Volunteers are needed for the L’Amor Village Shelter Christmas Party at 4 pm onThursday, December 20th. L’Mor Village Shelter is an orphanage for young kids of various ages which has been sponsored through ExxonMobil team grants based on volunteer hours for roughly more than 15 years.