The Hebron RP Congregation will be celebrating our 150th Anniversary on Saturday, October 23, 2021 at the church building, 1328 Goodin Drive, Clay Center, Kansas 67432. Please consider coming to help us celebrate!
A light lunch will be served starting at 11:30 a.m. for those arriving, provided by Hebron.
Program starts at 1 p.m., ending at approximately 2:30 p.m. Special emphasis will be given to the legacy of godly pastors, many of whom served in missions in China and Cyprus, and also to those who were part of Hebron RPC who have become pastors, pastor’s wives or missionaries. Dr. J.G. Vos began publishing the Blue Banner Faith and Life Quarterly while serving as Pastor.
Break with refreshments from 2:30 to 2:50 p.m.
Psalm sing from 2:50 until 3:50 on the theme of a Godly Heritage, then time for favorites.
Time of visiting for those who want to stay and driving tour for others who are interested from 4:00 until 5:30. Suggested route, Bernard Copeland farm, Idana parsonage, Hebron country site and cemetery. Optional return to Clay Center either via Tabor RP church site or Republican City RPCES site and cemetery.
5:45 – 7:00 Catered dinner in church basement, $12 per person. No evening program is planned, but we want folks to have time to visit so the church will be open for the evening. If you stay overnight, a shared dish meal is planned following the morning worship on October 24, 2021.
Rooms are available at Cedar Court Motel, www.cedarcourtmotel.com. It appears it is best to call them at 785-632-2148 to make reservations, but the website has a lot of good info. The price for a room with two double beds is $77 per night and two double queen beds is $87 per night, plus tax. Please make arrangements soon!
For those who plan to attend, we suggest coming Saturday morning and stopping at the Tasty Pastry Bakery for their famous “nutrolls” and touring Clay Center to look at the wide variety of murals painted on buildings and even a grain elevator! Check out A Mural Movement of Clay Center | Facebook, or google “A Mural Movement Clay Center KS. Visit the Utility Park zoo and playgrounds, or visit the Clay County Historical Museum. For more about Hebron RPC, visit http://claycenterreformed.org/