Come celebrate the magic of Christmas with NEHBC at the Humble City Christmas Parade!
6-9 pm | December 6, 2022
In the Bible, Acts 5:42 tells us that the early Christians witnessed every day by going house-to-house and by proclaiming the Gospel in the temple courts, the gathering place of the people in their day. We want to do the same. We already have a Jericho Project planned this December but we want to add a new evangelistic event and take the Gospel to a gathering place in our community: the Humble City Christmas Parade. Each year thousands of people gather to celebrate the season, spend time together, and watch a parade down Humble’s Main Street. NEHBC has signed up to enter a float in this parade. But we also want to go to the event to set up a tent and hand out food and tracts to our community. We want to invite our community to connect with us, to come to know Jesus as Lord and Savior, and to come to our Christmas Eve services.
Set aside December 6, 2022, to join us in downtown Humble and celebrate the holiday season with us!
We will serve food and share the gospel from 6:00-9:00 pm.
Volunteers are needed for the following:
- Help decorate the float
- Prepare and serve food
- Hand out treats
- Share the Gospel
Additionally, we need some people to stay back at the church to pray and ask the Lord to save souls as we share in our community. The prayer meeting on that Tuesday night will be the engine that drives the success of this evangelistic event.
If you would like to participate, please volunteer below to help us take the gospel to our community this Christmas Season.
Parade Day Information:
We will gather at 119 E Main St, directly across the street from Humble Camera Center to distribute food, necklaces, and gospel material. Parking is available at several locations (highlighted in pink on the map) but parking is limited as there will be a lot of traffic in downtown Humble for the parade. There are several large retail spaces within a few blocks where you could park and walk to the location.
The weather for Tuesday looks to be unseasonably warm in the mid 70s. NEHBC will be providing t-shirts for everyone who is participating in the parade but they will not be available until you arrive. Please wear something that will allow you to slip on a t-shirt when you arrive. This event will happen rain or shine, so please come if you volunteered to serve. We will have tents and a shelter if it starts to rain.
Parade walkers will need to meet the NEHBC float in the Family Dollar parking lot at 21 W Main St.