A few things to know about Community Groups
Community Groups at Henderson Hills offer participants the opportunity to live in a Christ-centered community with other believers. Groups pray together, study God’s Word together, fellowship together, and encourage one another to grow in their faith. Adult groups are structured to stay together long-term so that members can walk through many years together.
During the Corona Virus season, some Adult Community Groups are meeting online and some Adult Community Groups are meeting in person. Times and locations of meetings may vary from our regular schedule. To find out how to visit a group, simply contact the leader of the group you’d like to try or stop by the Information Kiosk in the Lobby. Here is a list of our groups with links to contact leaders.
On-campus groups meet weekly on Sundays at 8:30, 10:00, & 11:30 am.
- Special Ministry adults attend community groups at 8:30 am.
- High School Students and University Student Community Groups are meeting at 10:00 am
- Hillside Kids and Middle School Students may attend Community Group at either 8:30, 10:00, or 11:30 am. Hillside Big Kids (K-5th grade) attend one hour of CG and worship with their parents. Hillside Little Kids have care and instruction for two hours.
Home Community Groups meet on Sunday and Monday evenings. Times vary slightly. Most groups meet weekly but a few groups meet every other week.
Childcare is available at the church on Sunday evenings (5-7:00 pm) and Monday evenings (6:30-8:30 pm) for those who attend Home Community Groups. There is no charge for this service and children from the ages of birth through 5th grade may attend. Age-appropriate teaching and activities are provided. Some Home Community Groups do welcome children. Feel free to check with the group leader to find out the preference for their particular group.
Click here to view a listing of our adult community groups. Here you will see groups for women, men, college, international, couples, and singles.
If you have questions or would like help finding the right group, contact Rob Hunt or Beth McClain.