Deep down, we know that we are intended to live our lives in relationship with others, not on our own. (Gen. 2:18) Our culture understands this – within our penal system solitary confinement is a powerful punishment. We are made to do life together and taking that away does something to the soul.
What is a Group?
At South Hills we are passionate about the life-changing impact of Groups, not just for individuals, but also for our community. Life Groups are generally a group of 8-12 people who connect regularly (Hebrews 10:25). Members study and pray together, and encourage and support each other through the celebrations and challenges of life.
How do I Get Involved?
Ready to jump in? Click here to see a list of all the available Life Groups. We also have some larger groups meeting regularly you can join:
- Ladies meet for Mugs & Muffins on the first Saturday of each month at 8:30am.
- Men get together each Thursday morning at 7:30 for Shop Talk, and on the third Saturday of each month at 8am for Men’s Breakfasts.
- Junior high students get together at the Moyes’ home on Wednesday nights, while high school students are at the church.
- Prime Timers, our over 50 group, meets at 11am on the third Wednesday of each month for potlucks, outings and service projects.
- Fit Club meets on Thursday nights at 6 for free workouts, meal planning help, and support to get healthy.
Group leaders (and those who are thinking of starting or hosting a group) also get together about once a month to connect, play, learn, and swap ideas. If you would like to join us, watch the Sunday announcements or contact Bonnie for the next get-together date.
What do You Talk About?
Many groups are made up of people with common interests or life-stages and others are a diverse gathering representing a spectrum of ages, interests, and backgrounds. Most groups choose to meet casually over a meal or coffee and then dig deeper into a popular book, a book of the Bible, or the latest sermon.
You can download study questions based on the weekly sermons to help you start the conversation. Download a copy of the study guide questions for the week of April 12.