Shepherd of the Hills offers so many opportunities for adults to continue growing in faith, to expand their community and friendships, and to serve God using their gifts and skills.
Always Something to Learn & Do!
Ignite! Groups are small groups of 8-10 people who meet to explore God’s Word, reflect on the work of the Holy Spirit in their lives, and pray for one another.
Adult Bible Study
This Bible study is centered on the Biblical text and the overarching Christian community. Meeting every Sunday morning at 9:30 am (currently on Zoom). Join Us
Sunday Morning Bible Study
A group of women who meet to enjoy each other’s company and varying activities ranging from dinners and movie nights to card crafting.
10 Great Dates
10 Great Dates is a ministry serving couples and their marriages. Drop off your kids (we feed them!), gather with other couples to learn ways to build your relationship, and then head out on the town for a date with your spouse!
Men’s Breakfast & Group
Men’s Breakfast is a long-standing tradition at Shepherd of the Hills that is held on the third Saturday of each month at 8:00 am, currently on Zoom. Good food and great discussions! There’s also Men’s Group that meets every other month for fun events like football watch parties & poker.
Reader’s Heaven (Book club)
Reader’s Heaven gathers quarterly so that readers can come together and talk about the books selected by members! The person who selected the book will lead and facilitate the discussions.
From a writing workshop about the Psalms led by Anne Lamott, to a webinar with Dr. Peter Marty about faith in the Public Square, these quarterly events feed our souls and enrich our faith.
A lunch and learn opportunity every Wednesday at 12:00 p.m., led by Pr. Lauren or Pr. Tom. Currently on live-stream.
Caring For God’s Creation
Caring for God’s Creation meets on the first Saturday of each month in the Shepherd’s Garden at 9:00 am to care for the garden plots, Biblical Garden, prayer labyrinth and to collaborate on new projects and educational opportunities to increase awareness of how to be better stewards of our earth.