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 email@example.com 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.
Our June preaching series is SUMMER AT THE MOVIES:
Life's big questions as seen on the big screen.
We are going to look at the way that movies tune in to our deepest desires for significance, security, and belonging. Join us on Saturday evenings in June for a screening of the film we will be referencing in the following Sunday's message. All films are family friendly; we will provide pizza! Feel free to bring other snacks or beverages for your family to enjoy during the movie.
June 2 - Screening in the sanctuary: The Greatest Showman
June 9 - Screening in the sanctuary: The Incredibles
June 16 - Screening in the sanctuary: Coco
June 23 - Screening in the sanctuary: The Emperor's New Groove
Discover real hope for renewal, restoration and resurrection in the ancient words of a prophet with a funny name. Haggai's words call us to trust that God wants consistent connection with us, and the resurrection power of the Father, Son and Spirit is always working...even in our "in-between" seasons of life.
In the traditional Church calendar, Easter is a 50-day Feast!
We’ll be following the assigned Psalms for the days of Easter (along with some other texts).
The basic rhythm of the readings is one Psalm for every three days.
Serve Our City - April 21st - Join us!
We love our community! We'll be going to sites around Ann Arbor to serve and love our neighbors: Habitat for Humanity, Clague Middle School, Mitchell Elementary School, Green Baxter Court with Community Action Network, Hope Clinic, Coachville Community, Prayer Walks, and more. We'll gather back at Huron Hills Church at 5:00 for a celebratory meal. All invited! Sign ups on Sundays at HHC or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesdays, 6 Weeks, April 18 - May 23
Huron Hills Church, Room 216
What does it mean to care for Creation? As Christians, we are called into deep alignment with the Creator who seeks out that which is shattered by sin, and mends broken relationships through Christ. This reconciliatory work extends to God's Creation, where we, as Christ's ambassadors, have an opportunity to bring healing and hope to the world. Join us as we look at this together and explore ways to put this into action.
Update: Supplemental dates!
Sunday June 10 - Sunday, June 24
Join us for this 3-week condensed Sunday morning version of our mid-week class to explore how we as Christ's ambassadors are called to extend God's healing work to creation.
Ash Wednesday (February 14) is the official start date of our Lenten series, Make Us New. We invite you to join us throughout the duration of this series, even if you are unable to attend our special gathering on Ash Wednesday. The annual Ash Wednesday gathering is a meaningful time for our community to engage with our need for God, and create space for more engagement with God through the 40 days of Lent, headed toward Holy Week and Easter. Please consider joining us!
The duration of the service is usually about 45minutes. Childcare not provided.