EVENT

Events

Vacation Bible School ‘Babylon’ Registration Open

June 18-22, 9am-noon. Children ages 4 – rising 5th graders. Youth and adult volunteers help make this week of Bible stories, music, crafts, and games amazing! Registration now. Forms available in the lobby or download and pay on bidpal.net/nhvbs

Spring Happenings at New Horizon

Cuban Take Out Dinner Sunday, May 20th—Tickets Available

Tickets ($8) are available in the lobby for our annual Cuban Take Out Dinner to benefit our sister church Heaven’s Gate UMC, Cuba. You will be able to pick up your meal in the kitchen following the service you attend. Menu: Aroz con pollo (chicken with rice), plantains, salad $8
Orders are needed by next Sunday, May 13th.

 
Adult Sunday School New Study Happy? Beginning Sunday 22nd @ 9:00 am
All adults are welcome to join in conversation and get to know some other folks from the congregation. Join us for our new study, Happy? What is it and how to get it. What’s keeping you from being happy? Do you really have to lose weight or find a new job before you can say you’re happy? No matter how hard we try, happiness can seem elusive. Even as we reach our goals, we set new ones, making happiness always out of reach. $10 Rainbow Room.
 

Graduate Recognition Sunday, May 6th

If you are graduating, or you know someone who is a part of NH and graduating from high school or college, please give the information to the church office. We will need the name of the graduate, the name of the school graduating from, college to be attended or degree earned, or plans for the future. Place information in the offering plate or respond to this email by Sunday, April 29th.

We will be celebrating at Jersey’s Wings following the second service. Families are invited. Please RSVP if you plan to attend and how many. We will pay for the graduate’s lunch.
 
 

29th Annual Patriotic Festival, June 24th

All American Meal 6pm – Music Program 7pm. Wear Red/white/blue and join us!

 
 
Wednesday Fellowship Dinners 5:30-6:00 pm
Wednesday Fellowship Dinner is our weekly gathering for food, fellowship and learning together about God and our faith.

 

Suggested: Adults $5; Seniors $4; Youth/Kids $3; Family $15

*Please note on the red registration pad or contact the church office if you plan on joining us for dinner

 
 

Wednesday Evening Studies

 
Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World Starts April 11th at 9:30 am
Ever feel that no matter how hard you try, it’s never enough? Maybe it’s time to follow Mary’s example: leave the dishes in the sink and sit at Jesus’ feet!
Beginning April 11th, 9:30 am in the Rainbow Room led by Pastor Lisa.
 
The Life You’ve Always Wanted Starts April 11th at 6:15 pm
The heart of Christianity is about transformation–about a God who isn’t just concerned with our spiritual lives, but who wants
to impact every aspect of living! Are you looking for more?
Beginning Wednesday, April 11th, 6:15 pm in the Sanctuary led by Pastor Rafe.
 

 

Prime Timers Bring-A-Dish Fellowship Luncheon 2nd Friday Sep-Jun
11:30 am setup. All 55+ are invited to join us. Bring a friend!
 
 

Pack-a-Sack Mission Project

Each week during the school year food items are given to needy elementary aged children who wouldn’t have enough to eat over the weekend. Items most needed: boxed soy milk, peanut butter 40 oz. jars, individual applesauce-fruit-jello- pudding, cereal, granola bars, and crackers. Please leave your donations in the orange tub in the lobby. Some of you have asked how much it costs to feed a child for the month.

We estimate $20 per month per student to fill their weekly bags. We are currently feeding over 120 children.
We appreciate all of your donations.
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

Hallandale Food Pantry

We have helped support the food pantry for over twenty years with our gift of food items each week to help feed the hungry.


Suggested Food Items


Oatmeal
Rice
Canned ravioli, spaghetti
Flour, cornmeal
Canned tuna, chicken, ham
Cereal
Pasta
Soup
Sugar, honey
Canned vegetables and fruit
Cooking oil
Spaghetti sauce
Saltine crackers
Breakfast bars
Peanut butter
tweens
Salt
Pepper
Powdered milk
Macaroni and cheese
Dried beans/peas


Youth Events

For the most accurate and up-to-date information, be sure and join our Remind Groups.
Tweens (grades 3-5) and their parents should sign up for the Tween Group at this webpage.
Youth (grades 6-12) and their parents should sign up for the Youth Group at this webpage.