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ission  Students Fed at Hill College
 oment  November, 2017

by Lanette Browder

White Bluff Chapel provided lunch at United Christian Fellowship at Hill College on Monday, October 23.  We served about 45 students and staff and as always, the students were very appreciative of the lunch.

I was assisted by Ann Duncan and Jim Browder; Tricia Shelton was unable to go with us that day, but helped by making cookies for dessert. 



In April we also served lunch to about 50 students and staff and I was assisted by Kathy Dorsey and Helen Knight.  It is always nice to have such helpful volunteers.

Thanks to all of you.



      
ission  White Bluff Chapel Provides Lunch
for Hill College Students and Faculty
 oment  November, 2016


One of White Bluff Chapel's mission projects is to provide a free lunch each semester for students at the Wesley Foundation Building at Hill College. This is part of the Education Mission Committee, led by Peggy Mitchell, and was formerly called United Christian Fellowship. Several other churches in the Hillsboro area also participate in this program.


On November 7, they served almost 60 students and a few faculty members which was the largest group they have had in quite some time. All of the students were so polite and thanked the Chapel volunteers several times before and after their meal. The current campus minister is Casey Nader who is obviously encouraging the students and it was apparent in the turnout.



Lanette Browder is the coordinator for this project. Linda Yeary and Ann Duncan volunteered to help this time by making cookies for dessert and helping to serve the meal. The students love the homemade cookies. The committee will provide another meal in the spring semester and will need a couple of volunteers again. It is a very worthwhile and gratifying project in which to participate. For more information you can contact Lanette.



      
ission  Youth Ministry Serves up Food and Prayer
for Hill College Students
 oment  May, 2015


The United Christian Fellowship at Hill College in Hillsboro provides a place on campus for students to grow spiritually and mentally as they relax and build lasting relationships with God and others.

The Local Educational Sub-Committee of the White Bluff Chapel Missions Committee continued our participation in the United Christian Fellowship youth ministry this spring with Lanette Browder, Peggy Mitchell and Kay German hosting the students, faculty and staff of Hill College for a devotional luncheon of prayer and Bar-B-Q with all the trimmings. Pam Cosby provided cookies for the event.

WBC has been involved with this youth ministry for several years, initially helping the organization to build the UCF Center's current building and then continuing to help host the Monday devotional lunches ever since. The events are open to students, faculty and anyone on campus who wants to come. The UCF weekly activities include two Bible studies, the Monday lunch and devotions, movies and other such events. White Bluff Chapel provides lunch for the UCF function one Monday during each of the fall and spring semesters. This is a great opportunity to meet, greet and feed these young people.


      
ission  WBC Serves Lunch to Hill College Students
 oment  April, 2014

Each Monday during the school year, area churches of various denominations rotate schedules to prepare and serve lunch in the United Christian Fellowship facility at Hill College in Hillsboro.  This activity is one of White Bluff Chapel's local mission projects which comes under the heading of Education.

Lanette Browder, Sandy Moore and Gayle Kralik contributed their time and culinary talents to feed 45 - 50 students and faculty on Monday, April 7. Dottie Briggs, Education Sub-Committee Chair of the WBC Local Missions Committee, assisted the trio and took photographs of the activities.



      
ission  Food and Prayer for Hill College Students
 oment  September, 2013



On September 23, Lanette Browder and her committee of Alminice Harrison, Sandy Moore and Gayle Kralik served lunch to about 35 or 40 students and faculty at the United Christian Fellowship of Hill College. White Bluff Chapel joins with other churches in Hill County to serve the free lunch on Mondays during the fall and spring semesters. Each church hosts the meal twice a year at the UCF Center on the college campus.


WBC initially helped this organization to build the UCF Center's current building, and it has been helping host the Monday devotional lunches ever since. The events are open to students, faculty and anyone on campus who wants to come.




      
ission  Food and Prayer for Hill College Students
 oment  May, 2012

On April 30, Ann McAlpin, Gayle Kralic, Marelia Geren and Ann Duncan served lunch to about 40 students, faculty and board members of the United Christian Fellowship at Hill College. White Bluff Chapel joins with other churches in Hill County to serve the free lunch on Mondays during the fall and spring semesters. Each church hosts the meal twice a year at the UCF Center on the college campus.


WBC initially helped this organization to build the UCF Center's current building, and it has been helping host the Monday devotional lunches ever since. The events are open to students, faculty and anyone on campus who wants to come. Dr. Alphonetta Wines, the current director of the United Christian Fellowship Center, delivered the devotional for the group.


      
ission  United Christian Fellowship at Hill College
 oment  November, 2010

United Christian Fellowhip lunch

The United Christian Fellowship at Hill College in Hillsboro provides a place on campus for students to grow spiritually and mentally as they relax and build lasting relationships with God and others.

Weekly activities at the UCF include two Bible studies, Monday lunch and devotions, movies and other activities. Members of White Bluff Chapel's Education sub-committee of the Missions Committee have been involved with this youth ministry for several years, providing lunch for the students one Monday during each of the fall and spring semesters. Students are reached in the name of Christ through the ministry of the United Christian Fellowship. The building is a center of activity for the life of the students and faculty on the Hill College Campus.

United Christian Fellowhip lunch


The Monday lunches are provided by churches throughout the area, who rotate through the academic year schedule. On November 8, Ann Duncan, Gail Kralik and Ann McAlpin from White Bluff Chapel provided and served the lunch to forty-three students.