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Groups + Classes

Build relationships and grow deeper in your faith.


Life is better together. We host fun, friendly, and intentional gatherings meant to bring our community closer, foster relationships, and fuel us up for life’s journey. Find the group that’s right for you!

House Churches

House churches meet consistently from September through May, with natural on- and off-ramps built in over the summer. So while we expect that every group will take on its own personality and emphasis, the biggest common denominator you’ll see among house churches is an intentional commitment to a group of people within our community for a longer period of time than some of our other offerings.

Common Interest

  • The Divine Dance Book Club

    This group explores the ongoing dance of relationship within the Trinity that is found in the heavenlies, on earth and in our hearts. We will use The Divine Dance: The Trinity and Your Transformation by Richard Rohr as our launchpad and move toward opportunities to participate in the flow of this divine dance.
  • Torah Club

    Learn the Scriptures the way Jesus did by joining the oldest Bible study around. Explore the Torah [the first five books of the Jewish and Christian Scriptures] during this year-long class.
  • Transforming the Mind

    This gathering is hoping to resource men who are struggling with pornography or want to help and walk with those who are. Through honest conversation and engaging content, we will be challenged to overcome secrecy and shame, and live and think in new ways.
  • Women's Bible Study

    This Women’s Bible Study offers women a safe and supportive environment to grow closer to Jesus through small group Bible study, prayer & fellowship.
  • Zumba

    Zumba is a fun, energetic dance fitness class that focuses on cardio, balance, muscle conditioning, and flexibility to help you get in shape.
  • Empty Nesters Plus

    Join others in your age/stage of life at Mars Hill for a fun monthly gathering. Activities will be planned together and may include opportunities to build community, serve, or learn together.
  • Indoor Cycling Fellowship

    BYOB+T [Bring Your Own Bike + Trainer] for off-season training and community. Whether you are looking to stay in shape, get in shape, or just want to meet other cyclists—you are invited to join us for a time of indoor cycling and connection.
  • Men's Bible Study

    Men, join us on Wednesday nights to find community with men of all ages while growing in the knowledge of God. Each week we’ll spend time in prayer and small group discussion.
  • Moms With Moms

    Moms With Moms is a community for moms of all ages and stages to journey together and support one another through the joys and challenges of motherhood. In small groups of 8-10 women, we share our daily lives, pray for each other, and discuss books relevant to mothering and our journeys with Christ.
  • Short Circles

  • Women's Book Club: Morning Edition

    Join this intergenerational gathering of women as we discuss Liturgy of the Ordinary by Tish Harrison Warren and Remember Me by Sharon Garlough Brown. In addition to discussing the reading, space + time will be given for spiritual practices and personal reflection.
  • Zoom Group – Race + Faith Workshop

    Are you concerned with the division so prevalent today, particularly around race? Perhaps you’ve been longing to pursue racial justice and reconciliation, but don’t quite know where to begin.
  • Zoom Group – Race Matters [Watch/Listen Group]

    As our church body seeks to live out our mission of working for measurable change among the oppressed, we recognize the disparity, disunity, and divisiveness so commonly found between people, with race being a common factor at play.
  • Zoom Group – The Color Of Compromise [Book Club]

    Join Ashlee and Tim as we talk together about the historical – and present-day – role that the Church has played in racism.
  • Life On Tap: Men's Group

    Men, join us for honest conversation about the challenges of being a follower of Jesus in today’s world amidst all the other things vying for our time, passion, and attention.
  • Support + Recovery

  • AA

    Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who fight and recover from alcoholism by sharing their experience, strength, and hope with each other. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking.
  • Adoption Support Group

    Whether you’re considering adoption, in the midst of “the wait”, or raising adopted children—you’re invited to participate in this community. It’s a safe place to share, hear stories, pray together, and find encouragement from those who understand. New attendees are always welcome.
  • Al-Anon

    This fellowship of relatives and friends of those with addictions comes together to share their experiences in order to gain strength and hope for themselves and their loved ones.
  • Overeaters Anonymous

    Is food a problem for you? Do you eat when you’re not hungry? Do you binge, purge, or restrict? Is your weight affecting your life? Overeaters Anonymous is a fellowship of individuals who, through shared experience, strength, and hope, are recovering from compulsive overeating.
  • Parents in The Closet

    When LGBTQ children come out, parents – especially within the Christian community – tend to find themselves feeling isolated, confused, and unsure in whom it is safe to confide.
  • Classes

    Dig deep into focused areas of study with our team of specialized teachers.


  • The Formation School

    A nine-month community-based experience that will equip and form adult Christians for a deeper encounter with the Triune God and lifelong, practice-based discipleship to Jesus for the sake of the world.
  • Race + Faith

    A 4-week experience exploring interactive content and biblical themes as a catalyst for honest conversation, deeper empathy, and tangible next steps as a follower of Jesus.
  • Growing Beyond Crisis

    Adapting much of the praised material for the Beyond Divorce class, join licensed counselor Steven Kreitzer in learning strategies for how to grow in emotional healing and well-being in your everyday life. If you have journeyed through divorce, relational disruption, unexpected loss or unmet expectations – our hope is for this course to equip you to move towards healing and even thriving.
  • Marriage

  • Pre-Marriage

    Are you engaged and seeking premarital counsel? Our 3-week Pre- Marriage Class will help guide you through topics including conflict resolution, communication, sexual intimacy, finances, and spiritual oneness.
  • Marriage Enrichment

    Our Marriage Enrichment Course is just that, a class providing couples practical tools and insights to work through marital conflict and build greater intimacy and support that will have a lasting impact.
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