A great way to “plug-in” to the White Bluff Chapel is to be a part of a Care Group. A Care group is small group of individuals that meet on a regular basis to share a portion of God’s Word, pray for the needs of our community, and build relationships with others. Normally, these groups meet in homes. True to the culture of White Bluff Resort, many times food is involved! All are invited to be a part of these informal groups. If interested to join a group, please, please email the church office at email@example.com.
One of our newest groups formed is the Hamner Care Group. Debbie Hamner shares, “Activities such as tracing all our paths that brought us to White Bluff, bringing family pictures and yearbooks to share our past, and attending the Promise of Easter at Glen Rose (after eating at Hammond's BBQ, of course) have drawn us all into a real family together! The common thread that binds us all together, though, is the LOVE of God. We all look forward to growing stronger together!”
Christmas in July
The WBC Care Groups had the opportunity to participate in Christmas in July, where we honored our first responders for their hard work serving others. Some groups provided a meal, while others packed care packages to distribute among all the workers. Our goal was to share God's love and show appreciation to the people who selflessly said yes to being the hands and feet of God in our community.
The following are the groups who made this happen!
Care Flight - Perkins Care Group
White Bluff Volunteer Fire Department - Hamner Care Group
White Bluff Security - Gladbach Care Group
Whitney Fire Department - Marshall Care Group
Whitney Police Department - Yarbro/Triplett Care Group
Care Group celebrated the 4th of July
The care group led by Rick and Holly Faught gathered at the Moreland’s house on July 1st to celebrate our nation’s freedom. Their evening was filled with wonderful activities such as giving thanks to God for blessing our country, eating, visiting and watching fireworks. This care group enjoys gathering at various homes multiple times throughout the year.
Picnic, Praise and Preaching on the Point
Two of our White Bluff Chapel Care Groups combined to have a picnic at the “point of the marina”. The weather was perfect as the Marshall and Perkins Care Groups merged for the evening to eat, sing praise songs and listen to a guest speaker who was visiting the Perkins this week.