Posted December 8th
HSM House Groups
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We meet 430P Saturdays and 1030A Sundays in The Student Center and in house groups during the week.
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Our weekend services are a great place to come and HEAR the words of Jesus, but our House Groups are designed to teach students how to be hearers AND doers of God's word. We have almost 200 high school students plugged into our House Group bible studies, where students and leaders come together to sharpen, encourage and pray for each other. We talk about practical ways that the sermon from the previous weekend can take root in our lives.
WHAT ARE HOUSE GROUPS?
We meet in large homes for our bible studies. The houses are coed, but the groups are broken down into the same gender. House Groups are the best place to connect with other high school students, grow in your faith and learn about God's word. Our adult volunteer teams are in charge of the houses.
WHEN AND WHERE DO THEY MEET?
House Groups meet every Wednesday night from 7-9p in local homes near the church.
WHAT KINDS OF THINGS DO WE STUDY?
Every Wednesday night we dig into God's word. We talk about what we learned from the sermon the previous weekend and dig deeper into what was taught. We get really practical on Wednesday nights, looking for ways to live out what we've learned.
WHAT DOES A TYPICAL WEDNESDAY NIGHT LOOK LIKE?
Something like this:
- 7p everyone shows up and hangs out until 745p. Some students play games, others sit and talk. Each house has a unique vibe of its own for the first 45 minutes.
- 745p break up into same gender small groups throughout the house to study the bible and connect with
- 9p head home!
WHAT DO I HAVE TO COMMIT TO?
We want YOU to want to be there. Does that make sense? We don't want you to be forced to come. If that's the case, please don't come. What happens on Wednesday nights is too importantto have someone there who isn't engaged in the conversation. We expect you to bring a bible and something to take notes on. We expect you to respect the students and leaders and the home that you meet in. We also expect you to keep everything confidential that is discussed.