Weekly Bulletin

  Order of Worship            

November 29, 2020

Call to Worship                                                      Rev. Javon A. Voglezon, Sr.
Introit                                                                     Glorify Thy Name
Prayer of Adoration                                               Deacon – Pete Sainvilier
Responsive Reading                                             Deacon – Pete Sainvilier
Opening Hymn                                                      Onward, Christian Soldiers
Personal Confession
Thanking God for Answered Prayer
Giving of the Lord’s Tithes/Offering
Offertory Prayer
Pastoral Prayer
Message in Music                                                   Jehovah Sabaoth   - Donald Lawrence & The Tri City Singers Ft. Brittany Stewart
SUPPLICATION: WE DESIRE HIS WILL             Speaker: Rev. Javon A. Voglezon, Sr.
“War Room"
 Matthew 6:6 KJV
RESPONSE OF COMMITMENT                            I Surrender All
BENEDICTION/AMEN                                           God Is Good


Healing: Mother Olu, Susie Dudley, Gloria Voglezon, Walter Jarvis, Julian and Dee White, Avis Harris, Flora Rice (Angela Beemer’s mother), Sam Simmons, Peter Poakwa, Yanick Sainvilier, Jean Dobbins, John Adams, Eddie Brown, Joan Brown, Helena Laryea, Derek Williams, and Patricia Williams. Prayers for those suffering from COVID-19.

Employment:  Members and Friends who are seeking work.

Comfort: Asking prayer for the Doris Wigfall and family for the loss of her Uncle, Sidney Hayward, The Udoumoh family and the Nkaga family for the loss of Emmanuel’s senior sister Emma Nkaga

The Martin family for the loss of Ed Martin’s aunt and The Forrester family and Serrano family for the loss of their cousin Daniel.The Murray Family for the loss of Rev. Osaze’s mother in law.

Mrs. Ramzia Bendu & Family for the loss of her mother.                                                                                                                                                         



Volunteer to fill critical positions at Hillandale Baptist Church.

Sunday School Teachers. Praise God we have started our Young Adult Sunday School class at 9:25 AM and our Senior Adult class at 10 AM. We are still in need for teaches our Nursery and Grade School classes. Please prayfully consider this opportunity. Please contact Ms. Joanne Thomas, if you won't serve God as a Sunday School teacher. Please join us for Sunday School and give this the consideration it deserves.

Daily Prayer Sessions. Prayerfully we would love to have you volunteer to lead a morning (6 AM, or 8 AM on Saturdays) and/or an evening prayer (6 PM) session(s). We have had some wonderful volunteers that have done an excellent job at. Praise the Lord as we are having some wonderful conversations and prayers during these sessions. Please let Pastor Javon or Brother Cecil Haney know if you are available to do this once or periodically.

Wednesday Night Bible Study will take a break for the Thanksgiving Holiday and will resume on Wednesday, December 2nd, 2020 at 7:00 pm.

Offerings: Given the risks associated with the coronavirus, if able we encourage you to submit your offerings through PayPal. On the Hillandale Baptist Church website - https://www.hillandalebc.org/ - use the link "Donate" on the right side of the blue bar under the picture. Any questions, feel free to contact members of our Financial Committee.

Website (https://www.hillandalebc.org/We thank God for the efforts and talent of Mrs. Heather Campbell in her changes to the church’s website such that now you are able to use the section under the calendar called ‘This Week’s Events’ to link directly to each day’s activities such as prayer sessions and bible study and Sunday School and see information about the activity as well as the conference call phone information or the Zoom video conference link/information. This allows us as a congregation to use the website vice digging through your emails for this information. In general, we will stop using the point to point emails for these weekly activities starting in November since this information is now readily available on the website.

Mask: Please contact Joanne Thomas or Carolyn White for masks. The masks are 100% cotton and contain silver and copper, which will help prevent the growth of viruses and germs.

Our dear friend and brother, Rev. Osaze Murray has a new music album. If you would like to support his music ministry go to www.osazemurrymusic.com




Young Adult Sunday School 9:25 AM

Use the same Zoom link that is used for Sunday Church Service

Adult Sunday School 10:00 AM
Use the same Zoom link that is used for Sunday Church Service
Sunday Worship Service                                         11:00 AM
Zoom internet link will be sent out separately
or directly link from HBC’s website https://www.hillandalebc.org/
**Phone number:  301 715 8592
Meeting ID: 926 201 454 (followed by #)
Password: 011746 (followed by #)
Thursday 6 PM Evening Prayer session will use Zoom; internet link will be sent out separately
 **Phone number:  301-715-8592 US
Meeting ID: 817 5162 2156 (followed by #)
Password: 026737 ( followed by #)
Tuesday Women’s Prayer Group                   11:00 AM
Zoom internet link will be sent out separately                      
**Phone # 301 715 8592
Meeting ID: 821 5270 5610 (followed by #)    
Passcode: 968813 (followed by #)
Wednesday Night Bible Study 7:00 PM
Zoom internet link will be sent out separately or directly link from HBC’s website
https://www.hillandalebc.org/ under the Ministry tab
**Phone # 301 715 8592
Meeting ID: 821 5270 5610 (followed by #)     
Passcode: 968813 (followed by #)
** Alternate Zoom phone numbers:
If the (301) phone number above does not get you through, use any of the alternate phone numbers identified below:
           253 215 8782 US; 929 436 2866 US (New York); 312 626 6799 US (Chicago);
           346 248 7799 US (Houston) or 669 900 6833 US (San Jos


Devotional:  What Does Matthew 6:6 Mean?

"But you, when you pray, go into your room, and when you have shut your door, pray to your Father who is in the secret place; and your Father who sees in secret will reward you openly.”


Prayer is the breath of the soul, which continuously reaches out in helplessness to the God Who made us and redeemed us, with His own precious blood. Prayer is an attitude of heart, that cries out to the tender Father-heart of God, for intimacy and close communion. Prayer is the combining of man's helplessness with his faith in God's gracious provision, and prayer translates into a heart that trusts in His never-ending love.


It is not so much where we pray that is important, but why we pray.. and the attitude of heart that lies behind the prayers and petitions that we offer to God about which Jesus is teaching in this passage. However, we are certainly encouraged to set aside a place of prayer - an inner room - a secret closet where we can meet and commune with our Father in heaven.


The theme for November 2020: Gratitude

Facilitated by the Welcome and Announcements Team

Encourage the Church to Participate in an Interactive Activity with us for the Month

  1. Grab a Jar, bowl or container
  2. Label it “Gratitude” or anything else that speaks to the spirit of gratitude
  3. Put a pen and paper (or post-it notes/ index cards) near the jar.
  4. Add to it at least once daily!

Can’t think of anything to write? Try incorporating these:

  • Today I’m grateful for ____
  • ____ helped me so much today
  • My life is great because _______
  • I love ________
  • Today I gave ________
  • Today I received ________
  • Today I was reminded about ________
  • Thanks to ______ for _____
  • I am happy today because ____
  • __________ was a huge blessing
  • Journal Prompts that Promote Gratitude posted in the HBC Bulletin (Deeper Reflection)

Week of November 29th             

    • Remember a success you had and write a thank-you note describing who helped you reach it.
    • One of the best experiences of my life was… I am grateful for that experience because…
    • Describe a family tradition that you are most grateful for
    • What do you love most about the current season?
    • What things made you laugh out loud this week?
    • Write about something you accomplished today, and how you feel now.
    • Who or what in your life are you happy to have let go?
    • What are irritations in your life that could use a change in perspective/ can you take less seriously/ find humor in? How can that change have a positive effect on your life?



                                       ____________________        November Birthdays       ____________________________

                                       Ava Penny                 11/02                                              Patricia Bukari                          11/10

                                       Dereke Williams        11/10                                              Sheret Abegley                         11/11

                                       Ethan Voglezon         11/13                                              Kim Holland                              11/20

                                       Marlon Campbell       11/24


Romans: Road to Salvation:

Romans 3:23, "For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God."

Romans 6:23, “For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord."

Romans 5:8, “But God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us."

Romans 10:9, "that if you confess with your mouth Jesus as Lord, and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved."

Romans 5:1, "Therefore, since we have been justified through faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ."

Romans 8:38-39, "For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.”














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