Day of Hope back-to-school outreach program slated for Saturday at Hillcrest; Backpacks, health fair, haircuts among supplies, services being distribu
Posted on 8/4/2017 9:02:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- Hillcrest Church is hoping to equip local children with all the physical, mental, spiritual and health needs for a successful start to the new school year. Families with children enrolled in Pre-K through the fifth grades, are invited to stop by this Saturday, Aug. 5 for this year's Day of Hope back-to-school outreach program.
Pastor Mike Rodriguez says this year, the event is looking to reach even more families -- providing them with all the basics for going back to school. He says this year's event includes the distribution of backpacks, hand sanitizer, one brand new outfit, underwear, socks, haircuts and a week's worth of groceries.
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Hillcrest prepares for Day of Hope early next month; Large back-to-school event being held earlier this year
Posted on 7/17/2017 8:07:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- A local church is encouraging everyone to mark their calendars for this year's Day of Hope. Hillcrest Church is setting out to offer its largest back-to-school outreach event yet on Saturday, Aug. 5 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Since the event is being held a bit earlier this year, Pastor Mike Rodriguez and Day of Hope Coordinator Farrah Brummett wanted to ensure ample time for getting the word out to local families.
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Hillcrest Church hosting major back-to-school event; Free backpacks, school supplies plus other items being offered
Posted on 8/14/2015 8:37:00 AM.


(Seguin) -- A local church is stepping up in a big way this weekend to make sure that all kids in the Seguin area have everything they need for the start of the new school year. Hillcrest Church is sponsoring its first ever Day of Hope from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the church located at 1440 Eastwood Drive. More
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