Adults

Small Groups

We believe true life change happens best in the context of real relationships, which are best developed in Small Groups.  We believe that Small Groups are the “lifeblood” of our church and of each individual, so we want every person who comes to Church on the Hill to become part of a Small Groups. 

 

Our Small Groups typically meet at least twice a month in places all around our community and provide a place to connect, grow, and discuss the issues and challenges of life. Regardless of your age, interest, or location, we are sure there is a group out there for you. Small Groups are also where we pray, care for one another, and are missed if we don’t show up! 

Breakthrough Groups

Breakthrough groups can take a variety of shapes, from helping you through a painful divorce, gaining victory and freedom over the broken areas in our life that plague most of us to come degree, or overcoming the pain of grief or loss. Breakthrough groups meet weekly for several months or through the year; this provides the ongoing encouragement and support that may be necessary in the journey to victory and freedom.

During the COVID season, restrictions do not allow these groups to be meeting. However, if you are struggling and need to speak to someone, please contact us and we will get you connected with some resources to help you through this season. 

“Our  group is where I feel safe and can come as I am, be vulnerable and honest knowing I will be loved despite my imperfection and I will be challenged and sharpened to never be the same.”

FREEDOM GROUPS

Freedom groups walk participants through a 12-week small group Bible study followed by a Friday night and Saturday prayer experience. The purpose of the Freedom study is to help us  learn how to live in the power of the Holy Spirit who frees us from the bondages of sin and who empowers us to be and do Jesus is every way and every day.  

 

DUE TO COVID, WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO OFFER OUR FALL FREEDOM GROUPS. LOOK FOR OUR SPRING GROUPS TO LAUNCH IN JANUARY! 

Freedom focus

  1. Living in the tree of life
  2. Walking in the Spirit
  3. Surrendering to Jesus
  4. Speaking words of Life
  5. Becoming a vesel God can use
  6. Living as a worshiper

Freedom Experience weekend

Following the 12-week Bible study is a powerful Friday night and Saturday prayer experience designed to allow people to encounter God in a personal way and to receive freedom in many areas of our spiritual life.  Through prayer and worship participants will be given the opportunity to surrender to God in eight different areas that touch the lives of every God-follower. After a group participates in this experience, we will gather one last time to study chapter 13 in the Freedom book that highlights how to allow this newfound freedom to permeate every part of our lives.  

Baptisms

People who have decided to follow Jesus and want to be baptized are required to take a baptism class. We talk about what Jesus has done for us and spend time talking about the importance of baptism as a way to show others we have decided to follow Jesus. 

Baptisms

People who have decided to follow Jesus and want to be baptized are required to take a baptism class. We talk about what Jesus has done for us and spend time talking about the importance of baptism as a way to show others we have decided to follow Jesus. 

Serve Team

We believe that every single person was created with a purpose and has a role to play in God’s story. The Serve Team at Church on the Hill consists of every person living out their role within our community of faith. We believe that God placed you here for a reason and only YOU can play the role God has for you in this life!

 

Step 3 of Lifetrack helps you discover your purpose and Step 4 helps you discover where to play your role. We’d love for you to experience Steps 3 and 4 of Lifetrack.

 

“I am blessed to be part of a wonderful Church that serves Christ and our community.  I am surrounded by great caring volunteers who follow Christ’s commandments to love and care for others.  It is a blessing to serve.”