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Welcome to The Church at Horseshoe Bay

  • Sunday Services at 8:30 & 11:00
  • Christian Education at 9:45
  • Pastors' Forum Thursday at 1:00

In this interdenominational church our members come from a wide variety of religious backgrounds and theological persuasions. We subscribe to no formal denominational creed, rather we unite around the truth that Jesus is Lord. Our church values emphasize diversity, not uniformity; generosity, not greed; inclusion, not exclusion; grace, not guilt; joy, not judgment; and being ecumenical not denominational. We hope your worship experience with us is meaningful and uplifting. And when our service is concluded, our prayer is that you will depart knowing that a loving God remains with you.

Welcome our new Pastor the Rev. Malcolm McQueen

With a sense of gratitude to God and great joy, the Board of Trustees and the Pastor Search Committee are pleased to present our new Pastor, the Rev. Dr. Malcolm Leslie McQueen.

For more information on Pastor McQueen click on this months newsletter.

From the Prayer Ministry

prayer@church-hsb.org

In addition to receiving prayer requests the customary way, church members may contact this confidential email that will be checked by members of the Prayer team.

Upcoming Events


Cupcakes and Conversation with Pastor McQueen and Amy

A reception for Malcolm and Amy McQueen will be held in Fellowship Hall on Wednesday, November 5 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. All are welcome!


Thanksgiving Celebration and Giving to others

The fall season of the year is always welcomed; it means a change in the weather and holidays on the horizon.

This year the annual Thanksgiving celebration is going to be a “celebration of giving”. Thanksgiving week is a busy time for many of us with families coming in or us traveling to them. The Special Events Committee will be hosting our Thanksgiving Celebration on Sunday, November 16, 2014 between the two church services.

We are asking you to be thankful by bringing non-perishable food items to the Fellowship Hall and place in special boxes. The food collected will be distributed to the area food banks supported by the Benevolence Committee. Again this year there will be only ONE celebration at 9:30 – 10:45. Stay after the first service or come early for the second service. Come enjoy good food, fellowship and giving to others.

A special request;: if you have the gift of cooking for others, we are looking for people to provide pigs in the blanket, deviled eggs, breakfast breads. Please call or email Carol Young at 830.598.5248 or cyouhb@tstar.net or Tommy Kepner at 830.598.2088 or tkepner@nctv.com.


Chancel Choir

The choir will hold an extended rehearsal on November 19 from 2:00 - 4:30. Handbell Choir will begin at noon.