Our Weekender immerses church leaders and seminarians in the life of HBC over the course of a weekend. You'll get an up-close and personal experience with our services, congregational meeting, focused teaching on the church, plenty of Q&A, and even sit in an elder's meeting. The point is not to replicate exactly what you see. In fact, we'd prefer you don't! But we do want to show you what we do and the biblical and pastoral reasoning behind it. We hope this creates meaningful relationships with other churches while building each other up. We would love you to join us. Bring yourselves and whatever questions you have. From leadership to worship to body life, it's all on the table!
It is time to pull the men of HBC together again for fellowship, good food and to discuss an important topic.
This meeting we will discuss our nature to conceal sin we are ashamed of specifically related to pornography. How does the gospel give us the courage to live in the light with one another? How do we encourage each other in the fight? Whether you deal with this particular sin or not, we invite all men to join us as we think about the importance of gospel-influenced transparency in discipleship.
The 9Marks Conference Northwest is a way for Christians to learn about often-overlooked biblical practices for the church. The focus of this 2019 conference is to help Christians consider the importance of Biblical Theology.
This conference is helpful to both paid church leaders as well as lay leaders and congregants. Representatives of the 9Marks ministry will present nine sessions on building healthy (that is, biblical) churches through Biblical Theology. There will be many opportunities throughout the conference to ask questions, dialogue with the speakers, and build relationships with other Christians.
Is caring for orphans a humanitarian effort, or a call to every believer? What is it like to adopt or do foster care, and how can the church reach out to those who’ve been adopted? What does it really look like to care for orphans, and how does the gospel shape how we view this need?
This is the subject of our next Real Life Gospel event for women. We’ll be thinking through what the Bible says about caring for orphans, how Christians in our community are getting involved, and how the body of Christ can help in both big and small ways.
Cultivating Contentment: A Walk Through the Exodus
Contentment isn’t found in having everything turn out just how we would like, but in trusting a faithful God to give us just what we need. Join us for a one night get-away as we consider how we can cultivate contentment together as a community of women who share a deep love of Jesus.
Come gather with women to see what is in store this year for women at Hinson Baptist Church. We will share in fellowship, food (dessert will be provided), and prayer as we explore the coming year's opportunities.
You will hear about many different aspects of Hinson's ministry to women this evening - such as the retreat and Real Life Gospel. Something for everyone - so everyone should come!
In addition to the many opportunities you will hear about, this evening will include an introduction to Exodus, which is the focus of the Thursday morning and evening Bible study groups. Learn more and register for Thursday morning or evening Bible Study. The study runs from September through April 2019.
"What if I am not going to attend one of those," you ask? Come anyway! The information covered will be beneficial to everyone - even if you can't participate in an ongoing study group.
We do hope you will join us for this fun evening!
Please RSVP below.
This is our first Men's Gathering! Twice a year we will pull the men of HBC together for fellowship, good food and to discuss an important topic.
This year we'll be talking about spiritual friendship in the gospel. Scott Atherton is smoking some pork for us to eat up.
It will be from 6:30-8:30 in the Woolstenhulme's backyard on the corner of SE 19th & Main. There will be a $5 cost to help cover the pulled pork and sides. If cost would prohibit you from coming, don't let that stop you. Just hit "pay later" when registering.
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Our Weekender immerses church leaders and seminarians in the life of HBC over the course of a weekend. You'll get an up-close and personal experience with our services, congregational meeting, focused teaching on the church, plenty of Q&A, and even sitting in an elder's meeting. The point is not to replicate exactly what you see. In fact, we'd prefer you don't! But we do want to show you what we do and the biblical and pastoral reasoning behind it. We hope this creates meaningful relationships with other churches while building one each other up. We would love you to join us. Bring your yourselves and whatever questions you have. From leadership to worship to body life, it’s all on the table!
The Portland Culture Conference encourages Christians to consider the way we shape and are shaped by our world. Church and school leaders, teachers and students will be challenged to see life and culture in the context of history and eternity. The Gospel of Christ is not merely a beautiful truth to guide our spiritual lives, but it sheds light and wisdom on all of life, from Creation to the Church to all realms of Culture.