Earthkeeping Class

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.

I Don't Have a Guidebook

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Hi there, it's Betsy.
Greetings from Maternity Leave! If you're like me, and meant to pick up a Make Us New participant guide, and then .....something came up*.......don't worry. 
You don't need to skip out on attending a small group, or go laden with shame just because you're not feeling prepared. Feel free to cruise the guidebook digitally, and take note of your responses to back-fill your guidebook later.
Or maybe you're just a digital person— that's cool too. 
If you're not connected to a small group (and don't feel like you want to host one), come to Huron Hills at 6:30pm on Wednesdays (dinner together at 6) and join a discussion group in Room 216.

*or someone

New Series: Make Us New


Starting Wednesday, February 14, and continuing Sundays through Easter, join us for our all-church spring focus series, Make Us New.

Make Us New was developed in-house at Huron Hills, to speak to the people of Huron Hills directly, and we are so excited to share it with you.

Participant guides will be available to all on February 11.

All small groups will be using the Make Us New materials for the 6 weeks of the series. It's also a great time to start your own short-term small group. If you can read aloud from the leaders' guide, you can host a small group.

Contact if you'd like a small group leaders' guide to start your own group.

Alpha: The Marriage Course (4 weeks)

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As a part of The Well, Huron Hills is pleased to offer the Alpha marriage course to help couples strengthen their relationship. The course begins Wednesday, January 17 from 6:30-8:00pm. Dinner is available at 6 in Room 216 beforehand.

Registration is required, but all are welcome at no cost.
Contact if you and your partner would like to attend, and if you would benefit from childcare.

New Series: Jesus Revealed


We're kicking off 2018 with a new message series.
So invite a friend, join a home group and be a part of our search for an honest, compassionate and hopeful faith!

“Truly radical Christian discipleship....does not consist of foolishly trying to copy or externally imitate his person and life story, or solely following his teaching, but above all of accepting Jesus’ internal attitudes. That is why it is necessary to meditate on scripture truly in depth and try to break through the letter into the spirit of the text.” – Tomas Halik

A Celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.'s Biblical Legacy

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A Celebration of Martin Luther King's
Biblical Legacy

January 25, 2018 from 7:00-8:30PM

Rackham Auditorium on the University of Michigan Campus

Co-sponsored by the Department of Near Eastern Studies, the Freedman Lectures, and the Michigan Center for Early Christian Studies.

In honor of the 50th year since Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated, three groups are co-sponsoring an event at the University of Michigan to commemorate MLK day. The Department of Near Eastern Studies, the Freedman Lectures, and the Michigan Center for Early Christian Studies are sponsoring a talk and panel discussion entitled "A Celebration of MLK's Biblical Legacy" on January 25, 2018.

Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity, Mitzi Smith from Ashland University, will give a presentation on MLK's Biblical legacy. Her talk will be followed by a panel of distinguished pastors and scholars discussing dimensions of MLK's Biblical legacy. Please plan to join us!

Christmas Eve Service Times

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This Christmas Eve, we invite you to learn more about the historical Jesus, and why Christians believe that the arrival of Jesus changes everything.

Gatherings at 5:30 and 7:00 PM.

We'll sing carols by candle light, greet each other with holiday warmth, and hear traditional Bible readings. The 5:30 gathering will also feature a short song segment from the HHKids ministry. Both services are all-ages and family-friendly; squirmy kids, and "I only to to church at Easter and Christmas" welcome too. Attire is casual; we'll just be glad you're with us.

We hope you'll join us!

Upcoming: Advent & Christmas at Huron Hills

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Join us for the season of Advent at Huron Hills Church!

During this reflective season, we'll explore the ways that God has made God's self a part of the human experience throughout time past, here today, and into the future. 

God's commitment to humankind, God's delegation of Divine work to everyday human agents, and God's constant promise of a healed future for all people
give us hope and direction in this season.

The Advent season will conclude with two Christmas Eve gatherings at 5:30pm and 7:00pm.
(in addition to our normal Sunday 11am gathering, which will still happen on the 24th)
Our 5:30 Christmas Eve gathering will feature a special presentation by HHKids.
Both Christmas Eve gatherings are all-ages, family-friendly.

Wednesdays: Alpha

*Note: due to cancellations for poor weather, Week 6 of "Welcome to Alpha" will be held on January 3.

Welcome to Alpha at Huron Hills:

 A 6-week, dinner-included, Wednesday night series starting Nov. 1 at 6:00pm.  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.  

Alpha will help you think deeply about questions
you may have.  

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 yourself.  


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 all around the globe, and everyone is welcome.  


Welcome to Alpha at Huron Hills Church

Wednesdays at 6:00pm w/Dinner

Starting Nov. 1, for 6 weeks (skipping Thanksgiving week).

Room 216A/B

For more info, contact Myra Court | 


Extended: Annual Thanksgiving Bags

Update: we've extended the deadline for returning
filled Thanksgiving Bags to the church. They can be dropped off (at latest) this Saturday (5.11).

Monetary donations will be accepted in the church office until Thursday, (5.9) and via PayPal (scroll down to the bottom of this page and click "Give Online.").

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Every year Huron Hills gifts a Thanksgiving meal to local families in need.

Schools and organizations have come to rely on these meaningful and practical gifts from our church family.  Grab a few bags for yourself and your neighbors to fill from the lobby or HHKids (downstairs), and return them complete with the needed items by November 5th.

Needed items include:

  • (2) Box of Stuffing

  • (2) Canned Corn

  • (2) Canned Green Beans

  • (2) Packets of Gravy

  • (2) Cornbread mix

  • (1) Box Mashed Potatoes

  • (1) Brownie Mix

  • Or, donate the cost of a bag ($25) and our team will fill the bag on your behalf. 

All-Church Work Day

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November 11, 8:30am–12pm

Bring rakes, tarps, wheelbarrows, and even chainsaws to help get our campus ready for winter! We'll mostly focus on leaf removal, but there's some brush that needs to go as well! We will also be filling Thanksgiving bags for families in need! It's a great day when all ages can connect and serve together.

Bring your family, small group, neighbors, get outside
and enjoy some coffee and donuts too!

You're Invited!


Hi Huron Hills Church!

Bethania Kids thanks you so much for your ultra-generous special offering this spring. You raised and donated about $28,000! To express our thanks and deepen our relationship, we cordially invite you to enjoy an evening of fellowship over an authentic Indian meal and experience how God is moving in India through Bethania Kids. 

When: Tuesday, October 24

Where: HHC Fellowship Hall

Time:     6:30 – 8:30pm (Dinner served at 7pm)

We are blessed to be joined by two lovely women from Bethania India in a Tour of Love. These women will share their remarkable stories of how God has touched their lives and share how He is nurturing and equipping ove 800+ children to change their world through Jesus' love. 

You will see first hand how Sponsoring-A-Child can deepen your walk with Christ and how small gifts in His Name make incredible changes!

Our guests from Bethania India are:
Josephine – Josephine is a ministry leader for our Shalom children's home and has modeled Christ to over 100 young women over the past 10 years.

Cristal - Cristal is a talented and beautiful graduate of our Nagercoil Bethania Home who has gone to college and become a nurse She now ministers in Christ's name to the sick.

Please come join us for a memorable evening of encouragement, partnership and unity in Christ!

Sign up sheets are at the church entrance.

You can also RSVP by emailing

for more help, see Carol Springer, Evan Schut, Amanda Turner, Dave Raymond, or Ravi Srinivasan.