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Helping Kids in Kenya

Posted by Wendy Sanders on 11/29/17 @ 3:28 PM

Pick up your BRICK BOX this Sunday in the Kids Ministry lobby and start collecting coins and dollars.

Together, Brick by Brick, we can change the lives of over 400 kids!

You probably already know Compassion as a trusted organization that works to rescue kids from poverty through child sponsorships and a variety of physical, social, economic, and spiritual development opportunities. But who interacts with these children on a daily basis to provide the support they so desperately need? In short, Compassion partners with local churches to create centers that address the specific needs of these kids and the broader needs of families and communities. While Compassion provides the resources, local church staff, and educators serve as the hands and feet of Jesus to kids and families.

That’s why we’re joining with Compassion International to raise support that will launch two brand-new Compassion centers in Kenya’s Rift Valley region. The funds we provide will help two existing churches build, repair and supply new spaces and programs to facilitate the physical, mental, and spiritual health of more than 400 kids . . . not to mention their families and communities. (That’s more than 3,500 additional individuals!) We’re talking everything from playground equipment and lunch dishes to desks, plumbing, windows, and doors.

Hilton Head Island Community Church is encouraging our families to support this wonderful mission through the Christmas Holiday. Beginning December 3rd, children can pick up a brick box to be filled with dollars and change throughout the month of December. Boxes are due back to the church by January 7th, 2018 so we can tally up the money and send it off to Compassion International!

For more information visit: www.compassion.com/orange or contact Leslie Shaw at lshaw@hiltonheadislandcc.org.

Church Security Update from Pastor Todd

Posted by Cynthia Cullen on 11/06/17 @ 2:50 PM

We have all been very overwhelmed by the tragic event that occurred on Sunday, November 5 at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas. As your Pastor, I wanted to communicate with you about what we are doing as a church staff, Guest Services, and Parking/Security team with regard to security on Sundays at HHICC. 

We had a security assessment completed 18 months ago and from that meeting, here are the things that have been addressed:

  • On Sundays, the Main Doors of the Worship Center are the only doors that remain unlocked throughout the morning. The Kids Ministry doors are locked every Sunday. 
  • Our parking and security team will also have one volunteer sitting inside the doors throughout the service moving forward.
  • Access to the facility during the week is through the Weekday Entrance using ring.com and using a door bell. The facility doors remained locked at all times.

In the past, we have tried to secure off duty police offers for Sundays and this is not something that Beaufort County formally provides for churches. Moving forward, we have decided to hire a private security company, Coastal Security Services, which will include a uniformed security officer on Sundays and for our Christmas Eve Services.

Maintaining a safe campus is very important to me as your pastor. Please let me know if you any questions by emailing me at tcullen@hiltonheadislandcc.org.

Texas Hurricane Relief Trip: Oct 19- 26

Posted by Cynthia Cullen on 10/14/17 @ 3:50 PM

We have another opportunity to help with Hurricane Harvey Relief... 

Saturday, October 21 - Tuesday, October 24
*Depart HHI Thursday morning (Oct 19) and return Thursday Oct 26*

Serving in Pearland, Texas through Samaritan's Purse 

We must know if you would like to attend by noon on Monday, October 16. Space is  reserved for 10 men - including male youth volunteers. Please email Pastor Scott McKay HERE.

Minimum Age: Volunteers must be at least 14 years or older. Youth, ages 14-15, must be accompanied by their parent/legal guardian and youth, ages 16-17, must be accompanied by an adult chaperone (age 21 or older). All youth must have a signed Youth Volunteer Release and Waiver of Liability. If not accompanied by their parent, this form must be notarized. Youth Volunteer Release and Waiver of Liability

If you are interested in serving with your child, please read the Samaritan's Purse Youth Policy: Youth Policy

Project Description: During the Disaster Response phase, volunteers will be assisting homeowners affected by Hurricane Harvey by tearing out damaged drywall, removing flooring, tarping roofs, and clearing debris.  During the Rebuild phase, over the next 2 years, volunteers will be repairing homes as well as doing new home construction.

Additional Information: Meals and sleeping quarters will be provided for overnight volunteers. Volunteers need to bring twin size air mattress or cot, linens/sleeping bag, pillow, towels and personal hygiene items. Tools will be provided, but volunteers may bring their own tool belts and small hand tools. Volunteers should dress in long pants and bring work gloves, safety glasses, and sturdy boots.  Volunteers should bring rubber boots for working in flooded areas.

Questions? Please contact Pastor Scott McKay
or : (843) 806-3399 x 255

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