The Women’s Ministry finished studying the book of Acts a few weeks ago. For those of you who were unable to join us, we wanted you to know that God taught us lots of wonderful things. I, for one, was moved by the story of the conversion of the Ethiopian eunuch (Acts 8:26-40). Here is this guy, traveling along reading Isaiah, when God sends Philip to talk to him about his faith… Read the rest of this entry »

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For those of you who wonder what the guys do at Men’s Ministry meetings, you aren’t alone. In between poker hands, some real discussion takes place. Big Jim has a pretty good memory, and he’s graciously provided minutes of the meeting (after the jump). Uh, keep in mind, all of this is top secret. Break out your decoder rings… Read the rest of this entry »

NHF 2.0

October 15, 2008

The various ministry and small group leaders met on Sunday to discuss NHF’s next phase of development. A number of interesting questions were raised, ranging from the underlying mission of the church to the spiritual development of our children to how long service should last. Feel free to contact your small group leaders to find out more or to request written minutes of the meeting. More details after the jump… Read the rest of this entry »

The Biggest Loser(s)

October 14, 2008

We are desperate

We are desperate!

The men of NHF are embarking on a dangerous journey: Trying to lose weight during the holidays! Given the historic importance of the Reform Church, Peter Y. sponsored “The Biggest Loser – Tarrytown” to protect the structural integrity of the building. According to Peter: Read the rest of this entry »

I want to thank all of NHF for praying for my father during his bypass surgery. It was a stressful time for my family, but we are happy to see he made it to his next birthday (Oct 12). Read the rest of this entry »

Welcome to NHF News

October 6, 2008

Welcome to the NHF Blog! You’ll find all the latest church news and announcements here. Click on through to read Pastor Edward’s inaugural post. Read the rest of this entry »