“I brought you back 5 wings ”
It was one of the most glorious statements you could ever hear from a husband after a long day of errands and no dinner. He had just returned from a Hope Group called The Head of The Household. They discuss their important roles as a husband and the real stuff about marriages with a new restaurant being their classroom each time. Men can benefit from a group like this!
Dallas BBQ is of course the place of the sticky wings and it has been a favorite spot for Hopers maybe….for about 10 years now! We’ve enjoyed youth Christmas parties, ministry meetings, Hope Group fun days, ladies day out, men’s night out and just plain hanging out! You learn and grow so much from just attending HopeNYC; The services, taking a Hope group class, and especially on an outing over a plate of sticky wings!
On an upcoming post I’ll share alittle more about how the Hope groups semester went and how you can grow if you would like to take a class in the future!
Have you heard about the Sock Hop? Get your swing on This Saturday at HopeNYC starting at 6pm! There will be competitions, prizes, food and dancing the entire evening!
Get your tickets!
$10 for adults!
$5 for children under 10 years old
Proceeds goes towards praise and worship garments for the dance ministry.
What You Need To Know!
What is a Sock Hop?
A Sock Hop was a dance event held for teenagers where they danced in their socks to avoid scratching the wooden gym floor with their shoes.
What dances were popular?
What did they wear?
This familiar Disney channel throwback shows some attire in this 50s themed episode- –https://youtu.be/3AcGjhjwnfc
Notice the high waist, belt, knee length, bottoms and short sleeves top
Sunglasses, stud earrings and tie-on head pieces seemed to be the thing! They sure did wear HATS
Men wore jackets 🧥
ust a few of the many facts about the 50s! TODAY, HopeNYC’s Dance Ministry is accomplishing so much and I hope many of you will support the Sock Hop! Kids are learning how to dance every Friday and worship deeper! Men, women, adults and children are
dancing every Sunday and creating an atmosphere of worship at the front of the altar during service.
Photos and info found on Pinterest and google!
Find HopeNYC service times, directions, and info from http://www.HopeNYC.com!
Imagine! The crowd cheering you on! You go home with sweet victory holding a basketful of candy you can chomp on for weeks! You spend an unforgettable sunny Saturday in the park with your friends and family!
Those are what the kids are going to experience! HopeNYC’s 10th Annual Easter Egg Hunt is happening this Saturday at 10am SHARP! It will be held at Baisely Pond Park and it’s just for ages 1-9 years old! Parents! Bring them to the park on time for registration! FREE ADMISSION & PRIZES!
There will be 20,000 candy-filled eggs!
The child that finds the gold egg will win a bike! The child that finds the silver egg will win a scooter!
There are prizes! Also the sure excitement of taking home dozens of candy-filled eggs!
So many has been blessed over the years! We can’t wait to see this year’s winners!
The best place to experience the fall atmosphere has now transformed into the perfect spot for the Christmas season! ❄️
Compass during Christmas time is cozy!
Sit on on the couch and stay warm by the fire place. Also sip one of the warm beverages including Compass’ rich hot chocolate and milo!
Be the original gift-giver and find some quaint wonderful items here. Also find the gear necessary to prepare for the holidays like serving trays, pretty cookie tins, chocolates, cake holders, gravy bowls, teapots, mugs and more items to make serving your guests quite fun!
You will find the best ornaments around!
Handmade personalized beautiful Christmas tree ornaments!
Here’s a commercial from last year of the different kinds!
(Some items may not be available this year. No Fall festival this year)
The store looks beautiful! Come see it for yourself! The Q7 and Q40 stops here! Come visit at 142-82 Rockaway Blvd Jamacia NY 11436
Opens Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday from 8am -7pm
Opened on Wednesdays from 8am-2pm!
Don’t miss HopeNYC’s Christmas Parade This Sunday! It’s FREE! Come witness the biggest tree lighting in Queens!
A tall tasty tower of treats from Compass Café with some Sweet insanity by Lisa!
I can’t wait to see the look on my family and friends‘ faces! Compass Coffee’s dessert towers has eclairs, triple threat brownies, pumpkin bars, pecan bread pudding, macaroons and lots more from Jodi Bakes! There’s also cake pops from Pint Sized Bites!
For my dinner hosts, I’m also bringing some Sweet Insanity by Lisa cookies! The cookies were primarily for us (me and my husband) but we wanted to share so others can enjoy a treat that came from another fantastic brilliant baker at HopeNYC.
We ordered two dozen in multiple flavors: cranberry white chocolate chip (My Fav), pecan sandies, chocolate chip, coconut cloud, chocolate chip and butterfinger! I️t would take several long paragraphs more to describe every detail of the delectably amazing taste of these cookies! Grab yourself a box one day, these cookies got what it takes to satisfy you!
As you see, some of the cookies are gone from the box. They were either eaten or set aside for giving. These are going WOW the crowd 😮
I️’m not sure if I will be able to record taste reactions later on which is why I️ post now in excitement!
I’m beyond confident that they’re going to love the desserts but after a good thanksgiving meal!
Happy Thanksgiving to you all!
Be sure to go make it to the parade! It’s coming up on December 3rd at 5pm. Come see spectacularly beautiful floats, Christmas characters, thousands of lights and Queens’ biggest Christmas tree lighting to end the night! There will also be hot chocolate, live music and the Hope express train 🚂 ! ALL FREE!