Join us for our summer series, exploring the 10 Commandments!
On Easter Sunday we're kicking off our new weekend teaching Series, Resurrection Life.
For 7 weeks, we'll be celebrating and learning how the resurrection of Jesus gives us a whole new world view and shapes the way we are to live together!
Because of Jesus, we can be an Easter people filled with hope, possibility, prophetic imagination, unbounded creativity, and the audacity to proclaim that death will never have the last word!
We are an Easter people, and how we live together is a powerful witness to the truth of Jesus!
Please join us at our next iZōsh Event! Our keynote speaker Kari Derenzi will be sharing “Kiva Stories from the Field: The Asian Tropics and Beyond.” We'll also be funding micro-loans in real time to women in extreme poverty around the globe, discussing a reading, and experiencing artistic expression. All women are welcome!
Let's walk the broken way together! We will confess our limits, failures, and deep need for God. We will gather around the ancient practices of prayerful reflection, personal and communal repentance, and the symbolic marking of ashes on our foreheads. Bring your family, friends and home group to this significant time of worship together.
Shiloh is a place for women navigating infertility and loss.
The name of Shiloh (the Biblical city) is derived from שלה (shala) and means "place of peace." For women experiencing the pain of infertility or loss, nothing may be more needed than peace, rest, support, and understanding.
Join us at 7:30pm on the first Wednesday of each month, beginning March 1 (after the Ash Wednesday gathering) in Room 117 on the lower level. The lower level doors will be unlocked, and you will be greeted with tea, snacks, and a place of peace.
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Starting February 19, Huron Hills will offer a new class for adults during the 9:30am hour. This class, led by Katie Glupker and Anne Dinnan, will walk through the book, "Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus" by Nabeel Qureshi. Whether you have deep personal relationships with friends and family members of the Islamic faith, or want to be challenged to grow in your ability to relate to Muslim friends and neighbors, come join us for a loving, open, informative time of discussion and learning.
All ages are welcome to join us for a free movie night! We'll be enjoying Disney's Zootopia. Bring pillows and blankets, and a snack to share! This is a low-key, super easy invite for friends of any age.
Join us Wednesday evenings at 7pm for the spring edition of our storytelling workshop, this time entitled, "Broken." No experience or expertise required for this 4-week workshop. We'll work as a group to uncover and talk about our stories, and seek God along the broken way.
Wednesday February 1, 8, 15, 22
7pm in the Welcome Lounge
Bring paper and a writing utensil.
Link to RSVP (not required) on Facebook
Please join us for an all-church prayer meeting on February 16 at 6pm, immediately prior to the "Beyond Sunday" class.
We return for four weeks in I Corinthians, exploring the dynamics of the Church at worship. Gatherings at 9:30 and 11am. Join us!
Please join us at Huron Hills Church for Christmas Eve observances.
We will have a slightly shorter gathering at 5:30 in the Sanctuary, during which our HHKids ministry will lead us in some singing. The 5:30 gathering will also have videos and other features
to delight younger children.
All are welcome to join us for a more traditional service in the Sanctuary at 7pm (kids too!).
As always, we love having people of all ages in our gatherings. The sound of squirmy kids is the sound of the future of the Church. That said, our Welcome Lounge will be open to parents with squirmy kids. The service will be shown on a screen, and kids are free to read, color, and play.
The Welcome Lounge will not be formally staffed, and there will be no formal children's programs for the evening.
Please join us Sunday mornings in December for our Advent series, Get Outside. The season of Advent invites us to look ahead and envision the kind of world that God is bringing when He returns. Further, God invites us to get outside of our comfort zone, and begin to make that kind of world a reality. This series will comfort, challenge, and inspire you.
Throughout the season of Advent, we watch closely to see what God is up to— where is God enacting justice, peace, and well-being? The View From Here storytelling feature each Sunday of Advent grabs our imagination, and asks us to consider what God might want to do in, and through, us.
November 27 — Leslie Wilkins
December 4 — Chris Harro
December 11 — Gary Stauffer
December 18 — Katie Glupker
January 1 — Erik Lunning