EVENT

Events

Spring Happenings at New Horizon

 
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!
 

Craft Spring Sale Begins Sun. March 31st

Our Craft Group will have spring & Easter items available out in the lobby Sunday, March 31-April 7. We hope you’ll stop and shop! All proceeds go to the missions & ministries of New Horizon.
 

All Church Work Day Sat, April 6th, 8 am-noon

Many hands make light the work. We have jobs big and small, in and out, so please save the date. Dusting, cleaning, windows, weed pulling, painting, pressure washing, something for everyone! If you would like to help but can’t make it on Saturday, April 6th please call the office.

 

Food for Furlough Families
Our Nourishing Lives Ministry is collecting gift cards from Aldi, Publix, Walmart for Food for Furlough Families. If you would like to donate to this cause,please bring gift cards in the amount of $30. A box will be on Ann’s desk or you may place in the offering plate. We will also accept cash/check/online donations for this cause.Please mark donation: Furlough Relief. Thank you for serving our neighbors in love.
 
33rd Annual New Horizon Golf Classic & Silent Auction Luncheon is May 4th
 
We are collecting items for our Silent Auction Baskets
Please contact the church office to leave your donations anytime before April 1st. 954.434.7400.
* Large baskets
* Gifts cards to restaurants
* Hotel stays, trips, cruises
* Tickets for sports or theater events
* Art or cooking classes
* Original artwork or jewelry (no consignment art or costume jewelry)
* Designer handbags
* Makeover packages
* Spa gift cards including nail spas
* Wine tasting package
* Golf bags, other sports gear
* Basket Themes:
Spa – Coffee or Tea – Movies – Gardening – Cooking – Chocolates – Travel needs – Camping – Beach Escape – Shoe lovers – Knitting –
Yoga – Family Game Night – Art Supplies
 
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

Adam Hamilton’s Christianity and World Religions starts on January 9th, 6:15 pm
 
Wrestling with Questions People Ask Explore four major work religions- Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam and Judaism – and compares the beliefs of each with those of Christianity. He deals openly and honestly with questions people ask about other religions, such as: Why are there so many different religions?
How should Christians view other religions?
How is God at work in other religions?

What is the fate of those who earnestly pursue God through other religions? ($12) Sign up today at the table in the lobby. Led by Ken and Joyce Kappie in the Sanctuary. All are welcome

 
 
 
 

Nourishing Lives, Inc. – 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.