Doing Life Together!

How do you have a dynamic, healthy church? You engage people in small groups. Our small groups, called Life Groups, are our primary method of connecting one another as believers at Hillcrest. We believe these groups are critical if we are going to love God, and love people.

Jesus’ intention for His Church was that each member know God initially and on deeper levels of commitment. Small Groups provide the Church with great ways of interacting with other believers regularly to build a community of relationships and grow as disciples. This opens doors for us to reach those who are lost in our world through ministry and service. God wants to work through His active and obedient Church to shine His light and bring salvation to the world. This is why we encourage everyone at Hillcrest to get connected to our Lord and to each other through small groups.

Feel free to contact us to find out more or call us at 571-0015 to receive information on groups currently meeting. There are groups for Recovery (Grief), Men, Women, Couples, and Teens meeting on different days of the week and at different times. We have one that is right for you! For more information: Email Pastor Deb

Benefits of Small Group Membership:

  • Brings new friends together and builds relationships.
  • Gets people into the Word of God and the Word into people.
  • Provides opportunity for service to our community.
  • Encourages prayer for each other.
  • Helps address special needs and provides a support network that can help individuals find their way to health and wholeness in Jesus.

New Sunday Morning Group

In the Youth Room at 9:00 am sharp
(Video will be at 9:00 am)
Pastor Deb will be facilitating a class during the Bible Discovery hour from Andy Stanley entitled STARTING POINT!

Everything has a starting point-your life, your relationships, your education, your career. Sometimes we forget that faith has a starting point as well. For some of us, our faith journeys began in childhood as a set of beliefs handed to us by a parent, teacher, or pastor.

Maybe you developed a framework of faith based on personal experience. Or maybe you had no faith at all. Too often, a faith formed in childhood isn’t strong enough to withstand the pressures of adult life. But what if you could find a new starting point for faith?

Welcome to Starting Point – an 8-session small group conversation about faith. Whether you’re new to faith, curious about God, or coming back to church after some time away, it’s a place where your opinions and beliefs are valued, and no question is off limits.