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Harvey Browne Presbyterian Church
311 Browns Lane
Louisville, KY 40207

  • Let them thank the Lord for his steadfast love, for his wonderful works to humankind.
    Psalm 107:8
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The Grocery Cart – Family Scholar House is the recipient of donations to the Grocery Cart in January.  The items most needed are: disposable diapers, baby wipes, paper towels, toilet paper, kitchen trash bags, laundry detergent and cleaning supplies. Family Scholar House exists to end the cycle of poverty and transform our community by empowering families and youth to succeed in education and achieve life-long self-sufficiency. A new facility will be opening soon in Southwest Louisville that will house 32 families and 32 young adults just out of foster care who don’t have children.

HB University Winter Term –Two options:

  • Worship: The Heart of the Church’s Life (Session Room). Using the newly revised Presbyterian Directory for Worship, Paul Huh, Tim Cargal and Bill Williamson will teach a six-week course on worship–its meaning and purpose, and why things occur in worship in a particular order. We’ll also consider the sacraments of baptism and the Lord’s Supper, and also look at special services such as funerals and weddings.  Come find out why worship is at the center of the life of the church. January 7 – Feb 11.
  • Mariners Class (Room 216).  “Jonah” of the Old Testament and “Tobit” of the Old Testament Apocrypha have several things in common.  Both are stories or fables; both concern the city of Nineveh; both send a man on a mission and both include a big fish.  But both also show how God works out God’s purposes whether for a whole city or for a family.  Join the Mariners Class: January 7 – Feb 11 to learn what these two books have to say about God and humans.

Bookanalia for January 17 at 6:30 PM in the Barrett Room is the novel, A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman presented by Marybelle Duff.  All are welcome whether you have read the book or not.  If you purchase your book at Carmichael’s, mention Bookanalia to HBPres and receive a 20% discount.

Saturday Men’s Group Meets January 20 – The Saturday Men’s Group enjoys breakfast goodies, good conversation, and Bible study from 9:00-10:00 AM in Room 206. Bill Williamson leads a Bible study on the passage that will be the basis of the Sunday sermon for the following day.  You are welcome to join us.  Call Bill for more information.

Movie Night! – Join us for Movie Night on Saturday, January 20 at 5:00 PM in the gym. Put on your jammies and grab your sleeping bags, beanbag chairs, camp chairs or blankets and get comfy as we watch a family friendly movie on the big inflatable movie screen. Pizza and dessert will be provided by HBKids. Please R.S.V.P. to Terry Hargrave at for a head count for dinner.

PW Coordinating Team – There has been a change in the meeting date originally scheduled for January 31.  It will be on the fourth Wednesday, January 24.  Please make that change in your calendars.

Brass Band of Louisville with the Salvation Army Choir – will be performing a free concert on Friday, January 26 at 6:30 PM in the Sanctuary. (Please note new time).

Book Talk- will meet on Tuesday, January 30 at 11:30 AM in the Barrett Room. We will be reading A Great Reckoning by Louise Penny.  Visitors are welcome.  For information contact Sarah Grant at 239-1927.

HBKids on Saturday, February 3, 9-11 AM   Sharing God’s Love Mission– Help HBKids share God’s love by making Valentine’s cards and snack bags for Forgotten Louisville. The HBYouth will then take the cards and snacks when they visit Forgotten Louisville on Wed., Feb 7. Additional questions, contact Terry Hargrave,

Mid-Kentucky Presbytery’s Tween (Grades 3-5) Overnight Retreat- is February 23-24, 2018 at Highland Presbyterian Church. Come and explore the Breath, Wind, Fire, and Spirit of God. Cost:  $15 per youth or adult advisor.

Used Christmas Cards – Please drop any used Christmas cards in the Drop Closet bin that is labeled “Used Greeting Cards”.

Winter is here- so please check (TV and website) and for closings and cancellations.  If Jefferson County Public schools are closed, the building will be closed.                             

Offering Envelopes are available in the Foyer behind the Welcome Center.

Quilt Display – The quilts on display in the lobby were made by the Harvey Browne quilters during 2017.   The 5 twin quilts will be donated to Uspiritus, and the 14 lap quilts will be given to Hosparus.

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