Life Mapping Listening Groups
Listen to My Life is a unique visual tool that helps you invite God into the process of reviewing your past, assessing your present and continuing to walk with God in your future. It helps you to explore the implications of the truth that God creates you for a purpose, and your life is most fully and joyfully lived under God's direction and guidance.
Spending time together in silence is a rich way to experience God and be a witness to His presence in others. These retreats are not places to work at being quiet, rather they are places that we are invited to join in the silence that already is in order to spend time with God.
Sacred Space Retreats
These retreats are a place to experience rest and renewal and keep company with God. Drop by anytime between 9:00 – Noon. There will be stations for self-guided reflection and space to encounter God, however He may be calling you.
Small Group Bible Studies provide a safe and supportive environment in which to learn about, grow and exercise your understanding of God. Groups provide a way to form meaningful friendships within God’s kingdom. There are a variety of groups available for men, women and combined. Let us know if you are interested in finding a group for you.
Email email@example.com for more information about these groups!
Young Couples - meets in Lafayette at 6:00 pm
Studying the Meaning of Marriage, by Tim Keller
For more information contact Nicola Hemerling at firstname.lastname@example.org
Men’s Group - Kairos meets at Hillside at 7:00pm
Kairos will return September 16th.
For more information contact Jack LaSalle at email@example.com
Women’s Group - meets at Buttercup Restaurant at 6:15 am
Studying “Tethered” by Clay Collins
For more information contact Michele Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org
Women’s Group - Spice meets at Hillside at 9:15 am
Returns Tuesday, September 17th; Studying “Daniel: Hope In The One True King”. More Details.
For more information and or assistance with child care please contact Chris Lawson at email@example.com
Men’s Group - Meets in Concord at 6:30 pm
Dinner, Study Scripture, Play Games
For more information contact Wes Taft (925) 639-5386
College Group - Meets Concord at 7:00 pm
Snacks, Group Activities, Studying the book of Acts using “Acts” by N.T. Wright
For more information contact Jeriah Wagner (541) 375-0489
Women’s Group - The Well meets at Hillside at 7:00 pm
Returns Tuesday September 10th; Studying “Hebrews, The Nearness of King Jesus”. More details.
For more information contact Jane Rutledge at firstname.lastname@example.org
All - rotates location - meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday at 7:00 pm
For more information contact Alyce Traverso at email@example.com
Men’s Group - meets at Hillside at 6:30 am
Studying the Sermon Series
For more information contact Larry Dotson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Young Adults Group - “Underground”
Bible Study - Alternates between meeting at Gilles home in Lafayette and Hillside Covenant Church.
Studying the book of Acts using “Acts” by N.T. Wright
For more information contact Jeriah Wagner (541) 375-0489 at email@example.com
All - rotates location - meets at 7:00 pm
Studying the Sermon Series
For more information contact Peter Turi at firstname.lastname@example.org
Parents of Students - meets at 7:00 pm
Studying “Anxiety for Nothing” by Max Lucado
For more information contact Eva Considine at email@example.com
Parents of Young Children - meets every Thursday night in Lafayette at 7:00 pm
1st week Moms meet / 2nd week dads meet / 3rd week families meet / 4th week Date Night
For more information contact Kian Ameli at firstname.lastname@example.org
A mentor is someone who has been invited by another person to listen and help them be attentive and responsive to God working in their life. Being a mentor is an exciting adventure and one in which both participants grow and are challenged. You could have the amazing privilege of walking alongside another person as they seek to see where God is working in their life.
Spiritual direction is a ministry of listening, discernment and prayer in a confidential setting of encouragement and compassion. Through this ministry one finds a spiritual companion who can listen to the stories of your life and help discern the presence and work of God's Spirit. This companion intentionally sets aside the concerns of his or her own life to listen and attend to the experience of God in the life of the other.
Fasting choosing to refrain from food for a season in order to recognize and experience in a tangible way the fuel that comes from the Holy Spirit's sustaining presence. We have designated the following days to fast in common unity. The days of corporate fasting are:
Friday before Thanksgiving: In preparation for our students’ trip to Mexico.
Good Friday: Between the end of the Good Friday Service and Easter Vigil Baptism in preparation for the wonder of Easter.
Pentecost: To remind us of the Holy Spirit’s power and presence within us.
Individual Pathways to Spiritual Growth
This downloadable brochure can help you identify the ways you are uniquely made so you can see what tools may fit your needs.
Prayer requests can be submitted to Hillside by using the form below. These requests will be prayed over on Monday mornings and sent through the email prayer chain to be prayed over through the week. Requests marked confidential will be prayed for by our Pastoral Staff.
If you would like to join our email prayer chain to pray with us for the needs of the church please email email@example.com to be added to the list.
Spiritual Formation is led by: