Upcoming Events

** New BHCC t-shirts and sweatshirts. CLICK HERE to order.

Thursday, November 21st 5pm – 8pmHoliday Open House – Home of Jennifer Calendine. This is a come-and-go event that will start at 5pm and end at 8pm.  We will run two Brentwood Hills bus shuttles from Granny White Park to Jennifer’s house all evening, so you do not have to worry about parking.  The food will be catered so you don’t have to bring anything.  Come a stay a few minutes or as long as you like. CLICK HERE to sign up so we know how many are coming.

**Tuesday, November 26thA chance to serve at Granberry School – 12 volunteers are needed from 8:45am – 12:45pm at Granberry to set up and serve a “cultural feast”.  Chad High is the Principal there, and Jessica Wright (one of our signing interpreters) works there.  If you can help, please CLICK HERE to let Jennie Scott know you can help.

Secret Sisters is back!  The program will run from January to May.  The registration is a PAPER form located at the Women’s Ministry kiosk in the lobby.  Please complete the form  by November 24th  and return to the kiosk.  You will find out your Secret Sister at the first event on January 7th!  More information and the dates of all Secret sister events are included with the form at the kiosk.  If you have any questions, please email Stephanie at trail@bellsouth.net.

2020 Ladies Retreat -will be February 21st and 22nd at The Retreat at Center Hill Lake.  Our Theme is New Beginnings. The speaker will be Kayci Ross.  The retreat will start Friday evening with snacks and fellowship.  Saturday will include a breakfast buffet and lunch and the day will wrap up late afternoon.  EARLY BIRD Registration is $70 for the entire retreat, or $40 for Saturday only.  Prices increase to $80/50 after December 15th.  CLICK HERE to sign up.

*NEW* – Book Sisters Book Club – our new Ladies Book Club will be reading Looking for Lovely: Collecting the Moments that Matter by Annie F. Downs.  Annie shares personal stories, biblical truth, and examples of how others have courageously walked the path God paved for their lives by remembering all God had done, loving what was right in front of them, and seeing God in the everyday—whether that be nature, friends, or the face they see in the mirror.  This book club is open to ALL women.  No sign up is required.  Each lady is responsible for obtaining her own copy of the book.  We will meet on Thursday, January 30th to discuss the book.  Questions? Email dona.howell@lipscomb.edu.