In light of recent news events, we want to signal our commitment to child safety. Please join us February 17 at 9am in the Fellowship Hall for an informational seminar about identifying child maltreatment, and what to do about it.
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 email@example.com if you'd like a small group leaders' guide to start your own group.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org if you and your partner would like to attend, and if you would benefit from childcare.
Join us for our second edition of The Well,
starting Wednesday, January 17!
We have several different classes and activities for various age groups, with dinner available beforehand (6pm).
Join us any Sunday Morning at 9:30am for our Spiritual Formation Classes. Check any of them out at any time!
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