Thursday, December 24, if you are in the Christmas Eve Service play, please arrive by 4:30pm – ready to practice in the sanctuary.
Snack Supper will be providedby the Youth Committee for the play cast.
If you are in the Youth Choir, you will rehearse at 6:00pm in the sanctuary.
Youth Choir should wear white shirts with white or light khaki pants OR white dresses. This is their costume for the service.
Youth Choir should eat before arriving.
Saturday, January 9, our Hillyer Hoopsters start their basketball season. Our team is led by Mr. Reginald Jones and Trent Walker. Charlie Ashby supported our team by donating the jerseys! Plan to come out to First Presbyterian Church downtown any Saturday between January 9 and March 5 to see them play! Times TBA.
Our all-stars include: Alec Ashby, Bella Fiore, Liam Givens-Keatley, Samuel Gray, Thomas Hairston, Sydney Hardee, Hannah Moore, Ben Rashleigh, and Trent Walker II.
Sunday, January 10, there will be Regular Youth(Hillyer Live at 4:15pm, Snack Supper at 6:00pm, and Youth from 6:30-7:30pm).
Saturday, January 16, our Hillyer Hoopsters play! Time TBA.
Sunday, January 17-18, for CYF and Chi Rho, there will be a Martin Luther King Jr. justice lock-in at Hillyer, but in partnership with St. Paul’s, Covenant, and Wake Forest. The “Kickstart Justice” lock-in will begin at 8:00pm on Sunday and run until 12:30pm on Monday.
Youth contribute $3 each for their meal. Food costs will be offset from those contributions.
Are you interested in getting together with other adults to talk, to study, and to fellowship? Then Table Talk is an opportunity for you! If you feel like you do not have an intentional place of belonging at Hillyer or if you are simply looking for a peer group gathering, you are invited to meet January 10 at 4:15pm at Stag’s Head, 106 Glenwood Ave. Table Talk will meet biweekly for the spring. If you have youth grades 3-12, you can drop them off at the church to participate in Hillyer Live! Cindy Bolden, who has been working alongside the Hillyer Young Adults (HiYA) group, has offered to lead the first book study as the group develops. We hope you will embrace this opportunity to be out in the community, expanding Hillyer’s table beyond its walls while knocking down a few walls of your own.