DivorceCare provides support and wise counsel for people who are separated or divorced through Christ-centered teaching and discussion. Join us on Tuesdays beginning September 2 at 6:30pm, in room 403 at the West Campus. Registration is required by filling out the form below. For more information, contact Kris Collins at 457.4993 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Evolution vs. Intelligent Design
Looking for solid ground to stand on when it comes to neo-Darwin Evolution and Intelligent Design? Join our Tuesday class to discover scientific points against Neo-Darwinism and why it’s allowed to be taught in public schools. Class will begin on September 2 at 6:30pm in room 405 at the West Campus; childcare will be provided. Please register by filling out the form below. For more information, contact Greg Corona at 457-4917 or email@example.com.
Smart Stepfamilies empowers remarried couples for successful blended family living through biblical teaching and interactive discussion. Join us on Tuesdays, starting September 2, at 6:30pm at the West Campus in room 401; childcare will be provided. Please register by filling out the form below. For more information contact Kris Collins at 457-4993 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday Women’s Bible Study
Tuesday mornings provide a great time of community and study among women of many ages. Beginning September 2 at 9:30am at the West Campus, in room 405, the study will be “How to Study the Bible.” This will provide skills that can change your reading and study habits into life-changing biblical application. Childcare will be provided. Please register by filling out the form below. For more information contact Lisa Bradshaw at 457-4930.
How to Study the Bible
Studying the Bible seems intimidating if you aren’t sure where to start. “How to Study the Bible” provides skills that can change your reading and study habits into life-changing biblical application. Even long-time Bible readers can benefit from extra study tools. Just bring a Bible and pen, and meet on Wednesdays, starting September 3, at 6:30pm in the West Campus Fellowship Hall; childcare will be provided. Please register by filling out the form below. For more information contact Lisa Bradshaw at 457.4930.
Living Trust Seminar
If you have questions about estate planning or the creation of wills and living trusts, we invite you to attend the Living Trust Seminar on Saturday, September 6, from 9:00am – 10:30am at the South Campus Life Center. There is no pressure, no commitments, and no cost to attend. For more information, contact Debbie Tiffany at 457.4932.
Dave Ramsey Financial Classes
If you are interested in learning more about stewardship at Hillside, we invite you to join us for Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University and Legacy Journey classes. These courses are some of the many tools that Hillside’s Financial Ministry offers to help on the road to financial freedom. The courses are on Tuesdays, beginning September 9, upstairs at the South campus from 7:00pm – 8:30pm. The cost for Financial Peace is $100 for singles or couples; cost for Legacy is $115. Registration is required by clicking here. For more information contact email@example.com.
Senior Life Bible Study & Fellowship
Even if you don’t consider yourself a “senior,” all adults 55+ are welcome to join us on Thursdays, starting September 4, at 10:30am in the West Campus Fellowship Hall. Enjoy community and Bible study, followed by a homemade lunch ($4). Contact Greg Corona at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
All engaged couples are invited to attend Hillside’s Engagement Class on Saturday, September 20 from 8:30am – 5:00pm in room 405 at the West Campus. This class is facilitated by Hillside couples in varying stages of marriage who want to give biblical teaching and Christ-like perspective on life after the vows. The cost for this class is $25 per couple, lunch included. The deadline to register is July 28. For more information contact Kerri at email@example.com. Click here to register now.
Epicenter / Echo Kickoff
Wednesday Nights Are Back! Epicenter and Echo kick-off on Wednesday, September 3. Epicenter and Echo are specifically designed for Middle School and High School students. Our goal is to create environments where students have fun, are engaged with friends, and are challenged to take the next step in their faith journey.
All students are connected into a group during the worship service that allows them to have fun with their peers, and to be challenged by a group leader.
Epicenter and Echo meet on Wednesday evenings during the school year in the Student Building at the West Campus.
College students involved in College Life at Hillside gather to worship together at the West Campus on Saturdays at 5:30, then meet afterward in the lobby and go to hang out together off-campus. Contact Grant Hickman at 457-4957 or firstname.lastname@example.org for info about home groups or opportunities to get involved.
Shame and grief often affect women who have experienced the trauma of abortion. Abortion Recovery can help ease the pain. For information on dates and locations contact Emma Sneed at 681-4410.