The club Hawks for Christ has brought together a band to play songs for the gathering and they’re encouraging students and residents alike to attend
On Saturday (March 4), community members have a chance to attend a worship event hosted by the Hockinson High School (HHS) club Hawks for Christ. The event will be held in the HHS auditorium starting at 6 p.m. The club has brought together a band to play songs for the gathering and they’re encouraging students and residents alike to attend.
Along with Hawks for Christ, Christian clubs will be in attendance from CAM Academy, River HomeLink, Union High School, and Prairie High School. According to the club’s faculty advisor, Tracy Turner, leaders from these clubs have been meeting once a month for prayer, and Prairie High School library has been the site of open worship nights. In January, Hawks for Christ’s student president, Ashley Suva, requested to have a worship event at HHS and received permission in February.
“Hawks for Christ has been an amazing club for students to grow in their faith, ask hard questions, request prayer and learn more about God,” said Turner. “I am so honored to be the club’s advisor. It is 100 percent student led.”
Turner added that she and Suva, along with the club’s vice president Ainsley Albertson, set the itinerary for Saturday, along with their “hopes and dreams” for the night.
“We hope to focus on the topic of redemption, what God has done for us, and a time of thanksgiving of His love and faithfulness in our lives through music and prayer,” she said.
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Exactly what we have been praying for..our schools open for worship and God’s presence. Cheryl Rebman