Who am I? What is my place? Why am I here? These are the questions that shape choices, values, actions, and relationships in a person’s life. But the answers to these three questions are fuzzy unless we know how to ask three more.
Who is God? What is the Church? Why was Jesus here? By learning to view the world and ourselves through the lens of these three core questions, we’re able to have clarity and understanding about the first three too. In knowing God, we discover our identity. In experiencing the life of the Church, we find belonging. In following Jesus, we’re given mission. Three questions answered by three more questions—and in each of our students programs, the point is to leave asking.
Mars Hill Students programs take place on Sunday nights from September to May. Click the links below to find out more about each program.
- 5th + 6th graders Sundays / 6-7:30pm / South Hallway
- 7th + 8th graders Sundays / 6-7:30pm / Student Room
- 9th-12th graders Sundays / 7:30-9:15pm / Student Room
SERVE IN STUDENTS
If you’ve ever felt lost in your own identity, if you’ve ever doubted your belonging, if you’ve ever been uncertain about your mission, then you could be precisely the volunteer we’re looking for. We have a variety of openings to suit a number of skills and schedules. View Mars Hill Students Volunteer Opportunities now.