Gracious Parenting

Gracious Parenting Parenting is one of the most rewarding endeavors a person can undertake. Yet it’s also one of the most challenging. They say it takes a village to raise a child and it’s true—so let’s be a community and walk through it together.

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Married Together – A Half-Day Seminar With Andy + Kara Root

What if our marriages were able to move past the maintaining of an idea to a deep sharing in the life of our spouse? What if instead of comparing, being defensive, or objectifying, we were able to enter into a space of mutual participation? Whether you have been married 4 weeks or 40 years, we think there is...

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Special Needs Volunteers Needed

Our Special Needs staff and volunteers make it possible for kids and adults with special needs, along with their families, to be fully engaged in the activities of the church. Could you serve in this important ministry? We currently are in need of 1:1 Buddies, Respite Afternoon Volunteers, and Sensory...

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Stay + Play

If you stay at home with your children, we invite you to join us Wednesday mornings from 9-12 for Stay & Play. You and your children can join other families in the preschool area where you can play while you connect with other parents! This is for children ages 2-6...

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A Mars Hill Matinee

Mars Hill Families—join us for what will surely be a magnificent matinee movie meet up on Saturday, March 2. We’ll provide the popcorn, snacks, and movie. All you need to do is show up and enjoy the film. What film, you ask? Well, that’s up to you. Email your recommendations...

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Grandparents Welcomed

Grandparents and wannabe grandparents, can’t get enough of being with wee ones? Consider a short dose of doting on Babies, Preschool, or Elementary kids during the 10am Gathering. Wisdom and patience are always needed, so check out the info online at marshill.org/volunteer, or email kids@marshill.org.

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Parents – Join Us On Nov 11

Parenting technologically savvy adolescents can be challenging, right? What percentage of our children or their friends are engaging in “risky behaviors”? Heather Alberda is not only someone who is in the trenches as a parent, she is also an educator from the Ottawa County Department of Public Health who works...

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We’re Breaking Out All The Trimmings For This Festive Feast

Family Life Volunteers, on Nov 18 we’re getting the family together for a holiday feast! So bring your immediate family and let’s enjoy Turkey, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Rolls + Butter, Pumpkin Pie + Whipped Cream, [drinks + tableware provided] plus whatever salad, side dish, or dessert [and serving utensils, please] you want to contribute,...

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This Labor Day Weekend…

We’re giving all of our Mars Hill Kids volunteers the chance to rest from their labor and attend our Shed Gathering. Parents—we hope you and your families will do the same. Because while our Kids programs will not meet on Sunday, Sept 2 for the Labor Day holiday, worshipping with...

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This Message Is Dedicated To…

Kenderik George Bothma, Lenora June Cordes, Elena Beverly DeVries, Lily Ann Fields, Arlo Dutch Kingma, Willamina Jane Kingma, Noah Walters O’Neill, Lucille Sharon Oquist, Anderson Alan Ritsema, Clyde Thomas Russ, and Ethan Frost Shingledecker… all of whom were dedicated to God on Sunday, Aug 12. We are with you and...

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