Student and Family Ministries
The Foundation is a student ministry who’s focus is on cultivating an environment of healthy community, Biblical preaching and experiences which transform students lives with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We believe that discipleship and growing in spiritual maturity should be the goal in everything we do. We seek to navigate life’s journey together, encouraging each other in the faith, and have fun along the way!
Students 6-12th grade are welcome to come join us for worship on Wednesday nights! The schedule for Wednesday nights are:
5:30 pm: Hangout / Dinner in Foundation
6:05 pm: Game
6:15 pm: Worship
6:50 – 7:15 pm: Small Groups
Students 6-12th grade are welcome to join us for Sunday morning Bible Study from 9:30-10:15 am in the Foundation.
Students 6-12th grade are welcome to join us on Sunday nights from 6-7 pm for various activities and games (Sunday evening activities can vary on time and location, so reach out to email@example.com if you would like to be in the loop with what we are doing on a specific Sunday evening)!
At Morris Hill, we find it important for families to be engaged as a whole in the body of Christ. The whole family unit being engaged is vital to a healthy and thriving church. Therefore, we strive to provide opportunities for families to grow in their relationship with God & one another when they are a part of this body of believers. Our desire is for families to grow in Christian maturity, Biblical principles and community with one another.
We see this take place each week on Sunday mornings with our corporate worship gathering. We also focus specifically on marriage ministry, by taking marriage retreats and offering small groups for couples to be a part of within the church. We also like to do activities where students and their whole families are invited to be a part of something fun, such as roasting s’mores by the church firepit together or playing a game with each other. We know that Morris Hill Baptist Church thrives best when families are thriving together, and growing in their relationship with Jesus Christ with one another.