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Happy summertime, parents! We hope your family is having a blast and enjoying the calm before a new school year.  We have some big events happening this month. Make sure you look below, so you don't miss out!

4th Of July- This Sunday


Join us this Sunday,  for a special 4th of July celebration. There will be no Connect Groups and one family worship service at 10:30 AM.  (Family worship is for ALL ages- Hallmark Kids will NOT be meeting) After service, we will be having a FREE LUNCH for you and the whole family. Bring your family and your appetite so that we can grow in faith, enjoy some food and celebrate our freedom!

Cleburne Railroaders Game- July 14th, 7:05 pm


Join your faith community for a fun night out at the game! ⚾

The Cleburne Railroaders Baseball Game is a fun summer event for the whole family. It’s not just about baseball, it’s about coming together as a faith community while having a good time together. Catch up with old friends or get to know new people in church while you enjoy the game.

Tickets are just $12 per person. Get your tickets now and enjoy an evening out at the ballgame!

VBS- July 18- 22    6:00 - 8:30 Pm


Click Here to Register Today!

If you are interested in volunteering, click here.

Hallmark Kids Summer Schedule

Sunday Mornings:

Birth - 4 yr olds meet at 9:15 am and 10:30 am

Kindergarten - 5th Grade: 

    9:15 am - Children's Worship

    10:30 am - Connect Groups

Wednesday Nights:

We are taking a short break this summer. We will start meeting again on August 18th.  

What we are learning on Sundays

Gospel Project

July 4th: (No Connect Group)

July 11th:  Paul's Shipwreck

July 18th:  Brothers in Christ

July 25th:  Children of God

Memory Verse


Parent Tip of the Month

Hey, parents! You probably know this already, but the words you use and the attention you give to kids have power. They can literally change the way kids see themselves. So, the question is, what are you saying? How are you interacting with them? Are you showing genuine interest in them through compliments and being present? Showing them respect and love goes a long way in developing confidence in your kids! 

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Parent Tip 6 - Raise A Confident Kid

Question of the Month

Hey parents, as we wrap out this school year, would you help us out? As the parent, what’s one thing our church could do to better serve and help you? Hit Reply and let us know!