Check out this video on why you should be connected to inFellowship:
Then watch this video to learn how to create an inFellowship account:
inFellowship Questions & Answers:
Q: What is inFellowship?
A: It is a secure, online tool that allows you to register for events, access the church directory, check your online giving and connect with your small group.
Q: Why do I need inFellowship?
A: It is a great way to stay connected with other church members and all that is happening at Henderson’s First Baptist.
Q: Will my name be in the church directory if I am not registered with inFellowship?
A: NO. You have to have an inFellowship account and check the box to be added to the church directory. If you do not have an inFellowship account you can not access the inFellowship church directory either.
Q: If I don’t have/sign-up with this new inFellowship, how will the church communicate with me?
A: Nothing has changed. You will still be called, you will still receive letters and communications like you have in the past. Remember, this is only a tool to help communicate. If you do not choose to use it. Nothing will change for you in your experience at HFBC.
Q: We only have one email address, can we use our one email for both spouses?
A: No. Each member with the exception of minors will need a separate email address to access their separate accounts. If you do not have another email account you will need to obtain one, on your own, using Outlook.com, Gmail, or Yahoo. Each person has a record and each record has a family. When you sign-up with your separate accounts you are grouped into your family automatically. If you are single, you are the head of your house.
Q: How to I get to the online directory?
A: To see the directory, login or create an account in InFellowship. You will need to setup you profile and privacy settings. At the bottom of the privacy settings, you will check the box to be included in the church directory. If no box is present, your account is not yet linked with the church database record. (This process may take up to 3 days). Come back at a later date or contact the church office and go back into your privacy setting to check the box in order to be included in the directory.
Q: I don’t have an e-mail address, can I still register for an account?
A: Not at this time. Program developers are working on changing this.
Q: I registered for an account and my wife also tried to but it told her that the e-mail address was already used. We share an e-mail address, how does she register too?
A: Unfortunately our database program requires each individual to have a unique log-in. Your e-mail address is what identifies you as a ‘unique person’ – kind of like your social security #. This is the same requirement of financial institutions or any place online that requires you to create a user account.
Q: I have followed the instructions and I can’t log in, who do I contact?
A: Call the Church office (270) 826-2332.
Q: Can anyone view my information if I register?
A: ONLY people in our congregation who have the status of member or attendee in our database can view the directory. Visitors and the general public cannot access the directory.
Q: I am a member and I created an account but I can’t see my group or the directory.
A: It’s important to create your account with the same e-mail address we have in our database. If you register and use a different e-mail address, our database will not recognize that it’s you and create a duplicate record. Please send an e-mail to us firstname.lastname@example.org We will merge the records together and then you will be able to view your groups and opt-in to the directory.
Q: I don’t do anything online and probably won’t create an account, but I want to be able to reach other people in the church, can you just print me a hard copy of the directory?
A: We purposely moved towards a web based database that will give our congregation the easiest and most efficient way to access this information and reduce paper costs. If you do not have access to or use a computer—please call the church office so we can help you!
Note: If your status in our database is not set to either “member” or “attendee,” or we do not have a complete record of information on you; you won’t be able to view or opt-in to the directory. If you need assistance please email us at email@example.com or call us at (270) 826-2332
Hey men, our annual Johnny Hunt simulcast is almost here! Get these dates in your calendar and come for a great two days of fellowship and learning. You don’t have to go too far to attend this year. We’re having another simulcast right here at Henderson’s First Baptist, joining Johnny and thousands of other men attending the event in Woodstock, Ga. via the internet. It’ll be projected on our large screens in the fellowship hall. Food will be served and we’ll sit back and enjoy Friday evening and Saturday morning.
Here’s a blurb from Johnny’s website:
“After ministering to an incredible 36,000 men last year, we anticipate this year’s Johnny Hunt Men’s Conference to be even better. On February 5-6 we will be hiking through the woods of our hearts to seek out and TAKE AIM at some of the issues that hold us back from becoming the husbands, fathers and leaders Jesus is calling us to be. Wrong thinking. Bad choices. Lack of self control. They may not be big game, but they can be just as tough to bring down. By God’s grace let’s face these foes and take them down together.
Joining us on our hunt will be world renowned archer and outdoorsman David Blanton, nationally recognized psychologist and author Charles Lowery and former rock musician Chris McDaniel.”
Here’s our schedule:
Taking Aim, Johnny Hunt Men’s Conference
$10 per person
Friday, February 5th from 5:30 – 9:30pm
5:30 – BBQ Dinner
6:30- 9:30 Conference
Saturday, February 6th from 7:30am – 11am
7:30am – Breakfast
8:30 – 11am Conference
Snacks will be served as well.
Join us this year at Henderson’s Fine Arts Center for a Christmas Celebration and Worship Service on Sunday, Dec. 22 at 10:30 am.
Enjoy lots of good Christmas carols by our praise team and instrumentalists. We’ll be joined this year by our Hispanic fellowship as they share with us during the praise time. Our staff will be sharing wilth us through song.
Bro. Todd and Bro. Rich will be team preaching from Isaiah 9:6 and you will be blessed by God’s word.
Celebrate the Christ Child with your familly at the Fine Arts Center!
Fortify is an event for students featuring biblical preaching, live worship music, a weekend of fun. Fortify will include large group messages and small group discussion exploring how we make our faith stronger. Students will stay in host homes in Henderson County, and attend worship sessions at HFBC. For more information, visithendersonstudents.org or contact the church at 826-2332 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will be heading out to Cates Farm Sunday afternoon, September 29th for a church-wide fellowship full of hay rides, picking pumpkins, kids games, and getting lost in the corn maze! So round up the family and join your church family for some fun on the farm.
Sunday afternoon, September 29th from 4-6pm
Cost is $3 per person. Age 2 and under are free
Concession stand available to purchase snacks and drinks
Prayer is the power behind ministry and Christian living. Join the Prayer Champions of HFBC Wednesday evenings at 6:00 pm in room 110. We spend an hour each week praying for the needs, ministries, mission partnerships, ministers, and families of our church and lost people around the world. Everyone is invited to be part of this great ministry!
Nancy Evans will be leading the Beth Moore lecture series on Revelation titled “Here and Now, There and Then”. It is an 11-week study beginning Monday, August 12 at 9am in Room 110.
Childcare is provided.
Calling all women! Join us for His Story My Story, a 14 week Bible study on Tuesdays beginning August 20th at 6:30 pm. Through this study, you will gain an overview of God’s plan of redemption as it unfolds throughout scripture and discover your place in His great story. To order your book call or sign up in the church office. Contact Kari Essenpreis email@example.com or Michele Linn 827-4436 for more information.
We will begin our study of I John Precept upon Precept Thursday’s from 9 am -11 am in room 110. The study will run August 22nd – November 14th. The workbook for this study is $25. Sign up in the church office or call Jane Piller. Childcare will be provided.
We will begin our Study of Daniel “Understanding God’s Prophetic Timetable” Tuesday’s at 1:00 PM in room 320. The study will run August 13th – November 12th. RSVP to Jan Powell at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 270-860-2942 by August 8.
Lord, Teach Us to Pray is an intergenerational study on prayer using the Lord’s Prayer as the framework for teaching about prayer. When Jesus responded to the disciples’ request to teach them to pray, He gave them the Lord’s Prayer as a model of prayer. In it, Jesus shows us what should be in the believer’s heart when he comes to his Heavenly Father in prayer. Lord, Teach Us to Pray is not a curriculum about the correct formula for prayer—it is about God’s children learning to fellowship with Him in prayer.
We will be gathering together as families on Wednesday evenings in the sanctuary to study the bible from 5:45-7:15 pm. Childcare will be provided for children 4 and under.