Green Hill

Weekly Announcements, January 17, 2019


If you have news for the February 2019 edition of the Green Hill Good News, please get it to the church office no later than Noon on Tuesday, January 22. The newsletter will be printed and ready for pickup on Sunday, January 27.


As you may have heard, Boy Scouts are now accepting girls into their organization. The “Boy Scouts” have re-branded themselves “Scouts BSA.”  Troop #150 at Green Hill will be open to girls beginning February 1, 2019. These girls will meet at the same time as the boys, but they will be in a separate, all-girl troop.


In other scouting news, it’s Girl Scout Cookie Season! Our very own Kendall, Makayla, and Emma have cookies in hand and they are ready to sell. The cookies are still $4 per box, and the girls have every flavor except the new gluten-free cookies.  If you can’t eat the cookies, you can buy a box to donate to the Green Hill Food Pantry. The needy families the church supports enjoy getting little surprises from time to time.

Kendall, Makayla, and Emma earned their Silver Awards last year, which is the second-highest award in Girl Scouting. Kendall, who is now a Senior Girl Scout, is currently working to earn her Gold Award, the highest award in Girl Scouting. These three girls are doing amazing things!  Thank you for supporting your local Girl Scouts.

Categories: Green Hill

Sunday Scripture Reading, January 13, 2019


Rev. Louie Reynolds

Sermon Title: Radical Faith

Service begins at 11:00am * All are Welcome!

Scripture Reading:  Hebrews 11:1-40

Categories: Green Hill

The Christian Year: Baptism of the Lord

At the beginning of his public ministry, Jesus presents himself to John to be baptized in the Jordan. The heavens open, the Holy Spirit descends as a dove and we hear the voice of God: “You are my Son, the Beloved; with you I am well pleased” (see Psalm 2:7).

At this festival of the Christian year, we not only remember Jesus’ baptism, but we celebrate our own: the baptism we share with Christ. Accordingly, this Sunday is an appropriate time to celebrate the sacrament of baptism or the reaffirmation of the baptismal covenant. It also foreshadows the season of Lent, as Jesus was immediately driven into the wilderness for 40 days after his own Baptism.

Categories: Green Hill

Weekly Announcements, January 10, 2019


On the church’s website,, you can see an interactive calendar of all church events, which includes a week, month, and agenda view, as well as the option to print. This calendar is always up-to-date with the latest information.  If you have any questions about the calendar, or need to add an event to the calendar, please contact the church office at 334-347-9530.


At last week’s congregational meeting we selected two new Elders and two new Trustees. Our new Elders will be officially ordained and installed during the morning worship service on Sunday, February 3. Thank you to everyone who has agreed to serve.

Class of 2019
Elder David Carter
Elder Charles Oliver
Trustee Betty Bierbaum

Class of 2020
Elder Denise Aylesworth
Elder Scott Smith
Trustee Sandra DeTora

Class of 2021
Elder Betty Bierbaum
Elder Gloria Webb
Trustee Tommy Patterson

Categories: Green Hill

Financial Peace University, Begins January 29, 2019

Due to technical issues with the computer system, the start date of Financial Peace University at Green Hill has been delayed until January 29, 2019.  If you have any questions about the class, or if you would like to register to take the class, please call 334-475-3040.

Categories: Green Hill

The Christian Year: Epiphany of the Lord

Epiphany is the celebration of God’s manifestation or self-revelation to the world in Jesus Christ. In particular, we celebrate the revelation of God’s promise and purpose to the nations of the world, as the magi came from the East to worship to the Christ child, and God’s covenant of grace is extended to all who believe the good news of Christ Jesus. The symbolism of light is important: not only because of the star that guided the magi, but as it relates to the bright dawning of God’s self-revelation in Christ.

Categories: Green Hill

Sunday Scripture Reading, January 6, 2019


Rev. David Jamison

Sermon Title: The Light That Shines in the Darkness!

Service begins at 11:00am * All are Welcome!

Scripture:  Isaiah 60:1-6, Ephesians 3:1-12, Matthew 2:1-12

Categories: Green Hill

Blog at