Bundle Up Burton Begins

Each October, we collect coats for kids at Burton Elementary. Why? Because many of them don’t have warm clothes to bundle up in for playing outside or walking to and from school. In fact, some kids at Burton have never, ever had a new coat—because when there simply isn’t enough money to go around—buying food and diapers must come first.

This is where you come in. You can help Bundle Up Burton by donating new and like-new coats, mittens, hats, gloves, and scarves beginning Oct 15. Just grab a tag from a kiosk in our halls. Then return your items to our Welcome Center by Sunday Oct 29 or at our main office by Monday, Oct 30.


  • Brain-Talk Plus Breakfast?

    Well, that makes for an awesome event. Thank you to everyone that joined us for our Fall Breakfast on “Prayer, Work, and Neuroscience”. If you weren’t able to attend this engaging event, the video is now available at marshill.org/mb

  • Explore Creating A Connected Family Culture… By Connecting With Other Families

    If you’re longing to create a more intentional and connected family culture, join our Families Short Circle to discuss the book “Belonging and Becoming: Creating A Thriving Family Culture” with fellow sojourners from our community. [Everyone is welcome, regardless if you attend the October Author event.] We’ll meet from 6:30-8pm,...

  • Turn It Up At Zumba

    Join us on Thursdays from 7-8pm to work it, without your exercise routine feeling like “work”. Zumba is a fun, energetic dance fitness class that focuses on cardio, balance, muscle conditioning, and flexibility to help you get in shape. No registration necessary. Learn more at marshill.org/groups.

  • Let The Children Come To Me

    Our Elementary Teaching Team works together to serve Kindergarten through 4th graders: building relationships with kids, interacting with them, leading them in prayer, telling Bible stories, and facilitating the events of the morning. This is Elementary’s largest area of need for volunteers, and we’d love it if you’d come on...

  • We Can Do More Together

    Each week, we invite our community to enter into the joy of giving and support the work we’re pursuing together through a financial contribution. These gifts to our Joy Box have made it possible for us to not only care for the kids, students, and adults in our community, but...

  • Belonging + Becoming Registration Ends Tomorrow [Oct 18]

    Now more than ever, we need a vision for family that is creative, intentional, soulful, and globally aware. So whether you have children or grandchildren, parent solo or with a partner, are married without children, or single—we hope you’ll join us for this interactive two-day event on Oct 20-21. Together,...

  • The Welcome Mat Is Still Out On A Few Of Our House Churches

    Looking for a way to invest in intentional community this year? It’s not too late. A few of our house churches still have room around the table. Visit marshill.org/HC to learn more and register now. Plus, if you’re interested in leading a House Church to start in January, apply at...

  • Made In His Image

    This past month in our Elementary program, your kids made their own crowns and participated in a Coronation ceremony where they were crowned with these statements: “Our God, the King of the Universe, has crowned you with glory and honor. He has made you in his image.” “Our God, thinks...

  • 5th-12th Graders—Thinking Snow?

    Then join us for a fantastic weekend at Camp Geneva this January 26-28. For 3 epic days, we’ll spend time seeking to encounter God, grow into great friendship and belonging and of course, have a ton of fun! Early Bird rates end tomorrow [October 15],  so don’t delay! Register now at...

  • Learn Scriptures The Way Jesus Did

    Explore the Torah [the first five books of the Bible] during this year-long class. Attend the Torah Club info meeting on Oct 9 at 7pm to go over the class format, schedules, ask questions, and register before classes begin on Oct 16. Visit marshill.org/torah to learn more.

  • Welcome Tim Nelson

    As our new Education Pastor, Tim Nelson will help lead our efforts to see our community grow in greater depth and maturity in the way of Jesus for the sake of the world. A graduate of Hope College and Western Theological Seminary, Tim enjoys reading, bantering theology, and exploring deeper...

  • Save The Date For MHS Parent Night

    Parents—it’s your night to party. Join your child on Oct 8 to experience our MHS programs and get to know their pastors and LifeGroup Leaders a bit better.