If you are a student in 6th–12th grade (or the parent of one!), we’d love for you to join the movement. All our student ministry locations meet every Wednesday from 6:30–9:00 p.m. with the exception of Bellevue, who meets on Tuesday nights beginning October 1st.
Find the Mars Hill Students location nearest you:
For more info about Mars Hill Students, go to facebook.com/marshillstudents or the Connect Desk during a weekend service at your local Mars Hill Church.
November 12th and 13th: Joseph: Trusting God's Providence
November 19th and 20th: Joshua: Bold Faith
November 26th and 27th: Ruth: Patience and Redemption
December 3rd and 4th: David: Faithfulness When Nobody is Looking
December 10th and 11th: Hosea: Loving the Unlovely
December 17th and 18th: John the Baptist: True Greatness
It's All About Jesus
Jesus was a man who claimed to be God. Think on that for a minute. If that were true, how would it change the way you thought, felt, and lived this life?
At Mars Hill, we believe that Jesus is God. We take him at his word. Because of this, everything we do is all about Jesus. We invite you to learn more about this man who is God and how you can find forgiveness and new life in him.
Visiting a church for the first time can be nerve-racking. But having an idea of what to expect can help. There are three main parts to every Sunday service: preaching, worship, and kids. To learn more about each of these, click the links below.
Church is more than a service. It’s people living life together and helping one another throughout our cities to serve our cities. Each week, thousands of people at Mars Hill meet in hundreds of small communities to learn about God, pray, eat, laugh, and live. We call these Community Groups—and they’re the heart of our church.
We provide a number of resources to help you grow as a disciple of Jesus. You’ll find videos on a number of topics and from various conferences. The Mars Hill Blog connects you to life around the church and personal growth. And Resurgence is a blog dedicated to helping you grow as a leader at home, work, and church.
Jesus is the most generous person who ever lived. He gave his life so that we might live. As Christians, we give our time, talent, and money joyfully in response to Jesus’ generosity and to help more people meet Jesus.