Financial Peace University at Huron Hills
Starts Sunday, January 6 at 9:30am
89% of people in the typical American church don’t have a financial safety net.
Shocked? There’s hope!
With Financial Peace, members learn step by step how to handle money with biblical wisdom and common sense.
Through life-changing videos, online tools, and group accountability, members learn about creating and sticking to a budget, saving for emergencies, paying off debt, and planning for the future.
Cost (supplemented by Huron Hills) is $69 per family unit.
Includes 9-week course, workbook, free access to Every Dollar Plus budgeting app for a year, an e-book, livestreams, and more.
Middle School and High School Students! Come join us for our annual winter retreat to SpringHill! It will be a great weekend of growing in our faith and doing amazing activities like broom ball, tubing, an indoor ropes course, horseback riding, etc.
The cost is $140 for the first student, and $70 for each additional friend/sibling
*Registration for this event has closed. Please email email@example.com if you are still interested in going. Availability is determined by SpringHill at this point.
High School Students! We are heading to Gull Lake Ministries October 26th to 28th for a great weekend of building community, growing in our faith, and lots of fun activities. We will meet at the church at 5:30pm on Friday and return by 3pm on Sunday.
To Sign up, click HERE. *The deadline to sign up is Friday, October 19.
The cost is $120 for the first student, and $60 for each additional friend or sibling. **If the cost is prohibitive of your student going, please let us know. We want to make sure that all students who want to go are able to!
What: HHYoungAdult Fall Retreat
Who: Anyone who considers themselves a young adult
Where: Maranatha Bible and Missionary Conference Center- Muskegon Michigan- We've rented apartment style rooms.
When: October 19-21 - We will be meeting at the church at 5:30 on Friday evening to drive to Muskegon. We'll stop for dinner on the way there. There is for a sure a car coming early Saturday morning if there are folks who want to come, but can't leave Friday night. We'll be returning to Ann Arbor around 2:00 Sunday afternoon. If folks need to come back earlier on Sunday, we can also work that out, just let us know!
What will we be doing?: Fellowship, bible study, worship, hanging out in nature, playing games, watching the Michigan football game... really whatever we want to do! (Also, if you need to do homework/real work while we are there, that is cool too! There will be free time!) We will provide 3 meals on Saturday and breakfast on Sunday, but you will be responsible for meals on the road Friday night and Sunday, so please bring a little money!
How do I sign up?: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or talk to one of your small group leaders.
Welcome to Alpha at Huron Hills
A 6-week, dinner-included, Wednesday Night series starting October 17 at 6:00 p.m. in Room 216. (No meeting Thanksgiving week).
This will give you a taste of the world-renowned Alpha course. Wherever you are in your spiritual life, it is a great series to experience.
Exploring? Alpha will help you think deeply about questions you have.
Newer Christian? Alpha will help solidify you in your faith as you go deeper.
Long-time Christian? Alpha will help you engage with your faith well as you also think about how to engage with those far from God, potentially even using Alpha in the future.
Alpha is a series of sessions exploring the Christian faith. Each talk looks at a different question around faith and is designed to create conversation. It helps us think about how to thoughtfully engage together. Alpha is around the globe; all are welcome.
*Sign up at the Table in the Lobby or contact Myra at email@example.com*
iZosh had an AWESOME Event on Friday Oct 12, raising -- and spending -- $12,844 on micro-loans for 39 women! The theme was "refugees," and many of the loan recipients are refugees themselves.
Huron Hills women are invited to the
iZosh Debrief meeting,
where we'll be funding even more women,
spending down some of our $14,000 (not a typo) in Kiva Credit from women who have been repaying their loans.
Monday Oct. 22, 6:30-8:30 at the Lodge.
(3100 Glazier Way)
Women of Ann Arbor and surrounding areas are invited to join a local group of women for the next Event of iZōsh, Women Investing in Women. Our speaker is Dr. Jessica Gladden from Ferris State University, who will share about her experience with refugees in Kenya, and how microfinance makes a difference in their lives. We will also be investing in women in extreme poverty around the world by granting micro-loans in real time. Please join us for this exciting free Event!
Tonight’s session of our Storytelling Workshop is being postponed until a later date. Many have indicated that they would like a few more weeks to work on their drafts, so we will be reconvening in a few weeks!
Feel free to come tonight for some quiet time to work on your draft if you’d like. I’ll be here!
It's week 2 of our workshop!
Last week, we met each other, brainstormed the beginnings of our stories, and started putting ideas on paper. We were inspired, encouraged, and entertained by each other's input and ideas. In preparation for this Tuesday's workshop, please prepare some kind of first draft. It can be a little or a lot...well-formed, or an outline only... whatever works for you, and gives us a jumping off point as a group.
Even if you missed our opening session, there is still time to join. Simply bring an early draft or some ideas along with you when you come.
We will be in Room 117 on the lower level!
Making wise choices about technology in our families is more than just using Internet filters and determining screen time limits for our children. It's about developing wisdom, character, and courage in the way we use digital media rather than accepting technology's promises of ease, instant gratification, and the world's knowledge at our fingertips. And it's definitely not just about the kids.
Tuesday, Sept 4 at 7pm! Our theme for this session is "Unexpected." Stories of finding God in the midst of the unexpected, or in places we don't expect to find God at all. We will brainstorm on Week 1, and work over the course of 5 weeks to develop our stories!
We'd love to get you involved with worship at Huron Hills. If you have musical or technical skills, and would like to serve the church, please let me know! We'd love to welcome you at our annual Worship Team Huddle, which will be taking place August 25. It's a time for existing worship team members and new members to get connected, and join into our pursuit of God's heart for our church.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details!
All are welcome to attend a special class on Sunday morning August 12 at 9:30am, featuring attorney Hunter Wiggins. As a lawyer, Hunter has been working on the southern border, and brings firsthand knowledge of the situation facing asylum seekers and detainees. This class will discuss how to respond to the unfolding border situation in worship of the God of justice and mercy.
Come by August 11 in Room 216 from 8:30–10:00am for a bagel and fruit breakfast, connecting with other guys, and hearing a brother from Huron Hills share about his journey with Jesus.
If you are planning further out, reserve October 12 to 13 for an overnight men's retreat.