Lord, Teach Us to Pray

During Lent, our community will walk through the prayer Jesus taught his disciples to pray: the Lord’s Prayer. Uncovering its Jewish roots, we’ll discover prayer is at the heart of deep faith.

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  • Following Jesus’ Example

    Generosity was always Jesus’ M.O., so we’re grateful to be part of a community that follows his lead in this way. If you want to take part in generously giving, Joy Boxes are located around the back of the Shed, plus there are a variety of ways to digitally donate at marshill.org/give.

  • We All Struggle With Something

    Whether your struggle is with addictions, food, depression, anxiety, or difficult relationships [just to name a few], our Life Recovery group is a safe space to find healing. Each Tuesday evening, we’ll journey through the Life Recovery Bible and trust the work of the Spirit to bring recovery to you, right where you’re...

  • Lent Vespers Begin March 10

    Lent is an invitation to disrupt what has become everyday life: rush, noise, and anxiety. For six Sunday evenings leading up to Easter, we will join voices with the ancients as we lean into the rhythms of the faith in a contemplative posture. Join us in the small chapel at...

  • Help The Rohingya

    There are 68 million people around the world who are refugees, people like you and me who have had to make the impossible, life or death decision to leave everything because of violence and oppression. Learn more and donate now at marshill.partners.ngo

  • 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 spaceof mutual participation? Whether you have been married 4 weeks or 40 years, we think there is...

  • 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...

  • Our Young Adults Short Circle Starts March 10

    Come join a tribe of people in your phase of life who understand the unique decisions and pressures you are facing. Engaging both head and heart, we’ll explore a variety of podcasts, as well as take part in various spiritual practices. Register online at marshill.org/YA, then join us in M3...

  • Life Can Be Hard, But You Don’t Have To Go Through It Alone

    Are you or do you know someone experiencing miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant loss? You are not alone. Whether you’re seeking information on tangible ways to come alongside a loved one on this journey, or are looking for a mentor or support for yourself—our Grassroots Grant recipient, Faith 45, would like...

  • Ash Wednesday Services

    To begin this season of Lent together, join us in the Shed at 6:30am or 6:30pm on Wednesday, March 6 for a special service where we’ll remember that we came from dust and to dust we will return.

  • Could You Make A Warm Meal During These Cold Months?

    Wondering how you can support youth who are experiencing homelessness during these cold winter months? Bring a hot meal [or freezer meal for later] to HQ. For more info, recipe ideas, or to sign up, go to hqgr.org/makeameal.

  • 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...

  • Don’t Be Left Out In The Cold

    For those with basic urgent needs, it is our desire to help. To get the process started, visit marshill.org/TWBP to download and fill out our White Bucket Project application. Once you return the completed form to Mars Hill you will be contacted by a benevolence adviser to set up a...