A Summer Bible Study for Moms is Coming…
Beginning Wednesday, June 12 from 10am-12noon we will be going through Heidi St. John’s book, Becoming Mom Strong will be our resource for the study. Childcare will be provided upon request. Contact Kristy Barton for more information at KristyBarton2003@yahoo.com.
Horizon Worship Arts
 Scott Jacobs,  our Director of Worship is organizing teams of volunteers who are willing to use their talents in our service. If you are interested in serving our church body through worship arts, pick up an application on the table outside the auditorium.
Girls Day Camp: Created for a Purpose
Horizon will host its first annual day camp for 3rd to 8th grade girls August 5-9, 8:50 am-1:30 pm. The cost is $150 per girl; for more details, visit the registration table in the lobby or contact Jess Brown

Announcing: Built for a Purpose  for boys

Fathers and sons will gather each evening August 5-8, 5:30- 7:45 pm, for drilling and grilling to encourage, teach, and mentor young men in the church. This is offered to boys that have completed 3rd-8th grade. (Boys are welcome to come with or without dad.) Come for woodworking, dinner, and fun! The cost is $40 per young man. For more details contact Cheley McDowell at (864) 569.3183 or cheley@horizonchurch.org.

Rent a Student!

Have any jobs you need help with– like babysitting, mulching, yardwork, or housework? Problem solved! Rent a Horizon teen! Our youth are raising funds to cover their expenses for the upcoming mission trip and youth activities. Contact Elizabeth Rogers at elizabethrogers489@gmail.com to be matched with a teen who can help you.

Donate Eyeglass Cases and Pill Bottles for Missions

A receptacle is set up in Classroom B to upcycle your used eyeglasses cases and prescription containers for use in third world countries. Eyeglasses cases will be distributed with appropriate prescription glasses in Ecuador; pill bottles (please remove label if possible) are being collected by Matthew 25 ministries for people in impoverished nations who receive medicine without a container to put it in. See Robin Heitman for further details.