Enter Into The Life Of Our Community
Every week people from the Mars Hill community gather together to study the Bible, develop friendships, pursue wholeness, and share life experiences. Are you ready to join in? Learn more about each of our groups and classes here, or contact us at 616.249.3337 or email@example.com to talk with one of our pastors and explore what may be your next steps.
Led by staff pastors or facilitators with specialized training, these opportunities are intentionally designed to help you pursue growth + wholeness in key areas of your life.
At Mars Hill, we teach that baptism marks our participation in Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection, with the church, to serve the world.Learn More
Led and taught by Mars Hill-trained leaders in our community, EXEGY will help you identify the false narratives driving your daily decisions, explore the trajectory of your life story, and develop practical ways to discern how to step deeper into the way of Jesus. The result? A transformed way of living through hearing God’s voice in your life, and responding in faith and action.Learn More
We all desire to see our children motivated by compassion and driven to make the world a better place. But how do we foster that spark? How do we encourage them to put God’s love into action to shine as lights in this world?Learn More
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.Learn More
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.
Classes are offered 3 times a year.Learn More
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. You will not want to miss this opportunity, led and taught by licensed counselor Steven Kreitzer, to receive sound guidance to help provide you a more meaningful marriage.Learn More
Led by passionate community members, these groups offer a variety of entry points into the life of the community. From short-term small groups to on-going learning communities—there’s something for everyone.
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.Learn More
This Women’s Bible Study offers women a safe and supportive environment to grow closer to Jesus through small groups, Bible study, prayer & fellowship. Our format includes individual Bible study at home, and weekly video and small group discussion together at church.Learn More
Interested in fellowship with a purpose? We are a close-knit group of women that support and encourage women in West Michigan while working to support women and children in Ghana. We make cards, prayer journals, jewelry, banners, Scripture easels and other products that are sold in stores, offices, shops, and at events. We also go to the Kent County Jail once a month to make cards with the inmates and encourage them. We gladly welcome new people and also completely understand that life is busy and not everybody can attend all meeting times.Learn More
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.Learn More
Join other mothers on the exciting, difficult, crazy adventure that it is to be a mom. We will form a community where you can be honest about what is going on in your family and life, and find support and encouragement from others! Mothers of all ages, and their kiddos, are welcome.Learn More
Sunday, April 15
Students Lounge [North Entrance]
Support + Recovery
The Homeschoolers Collaborative is a relaxed place for homeschooling parents and families to meet, share, and uplift. They share schooling and activity ideas, support one another in what God has called them to do with their families, and learn new ideas and resources.Learn More
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.Learn More