Hadley Community Church is happy to welcome Jon and Jayne Frazier. The Fraziers are fluent in Arabic and reside in the Dearborn, Michigan area where they have a ministry of outreach to the Islamic community. They will be joining us on Sunday, January 7 during the Sunday School and Morning Worship Time. We invite you to come, learn more about the work to which God has called them, and give them encouragement.
Hadley Community Church welcomed the Foresters on Sat., December 23 at 6 PM.
The Foresters are a family band in full time Gospel Music Ministry. Based in Nashville, TN, they travel all across the United States and Canada, as well as Europe, holding more than 130 concerts each year. They play a large variety of instruments including, Piano, Bass Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Harmonica and Drums. They write much of the material they sing. They also sing many of the great old hymns and gospel songs of the church. Mark is also an ordained minister and holds revival and preaching services in addition to their concert ministry. The Foresters consist of: Mark (vocals, piano and guitars) , Andrea (lead vocals) , Tyler (age 18- drums and guitar) and Trevor (age 14 – vocals and bass guitar).
Hadley Community Church hosted “PARENTS NIGHT OUT”, a Christmas party event for the children of our community. We were blessed by the evening. The night featured games, crafts, pizza, prizes, music and lessons. The group enjoyed seeing Youth Pastor Tatro wearing antlers and Pastor and Mrs. Coleman dressed as Joseph and Mary. Thank you to all that helped to make this event so special.
As part of HCC’s Young-at-Heart Ministry, 50 cookies plates were created to bring Christmas cheers to seniors in our community. HCC thanks the 11 bakers that provided HUNDREDS of cookies for this delicious expression of God’s love! We thank Danielle and Lucas Coleman, Sharon Frisch, and Chris McIlroy for preparing the plates for distribution… (PS – Pastor Matthew taste-tested a few!!!)
Pastor Matthew (participating with the Hadley Lions Club) climbed into his snowman costume and sang Christmas carols through the streets of Hadley. This annual event featured the lighting of a Christmas tree at the Old Town Hall. Then, hundreds walked south on Hadley Road to the covered bridge at the Hadley Mill. Once there, the lights on the bridge appeared. The event was a fun time of community spirit.