At Seven Hills, we’re a community you can call your own. We believe in the importance of making an impact on our community through works of restoration, ministries of reconciliation, education and, most importantly, friendship.
Connect with us today to learn more and explore becoming a member of our flourishing community!
In addition to Sunday services, we endeavor to engage our congregation with a variety of "grow up" Bible and book studies plus casual "show up" groups which meet in members’ homes, the Seven Hills Building, and local restaurants. Because of space limitations, some groups may reach capacity and will not appear on the sign up list. Currently open groups can be found at the link below.
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At Seven Hills, we recognize the importance of instilling the truth at a young age as well as maintaining and fostering relationships with members of all ages. Currently, our programming begins with Nursery (age 10 weeks) and continues as our children mature, with 7H Kids (Pre-K - 5th Grade) and Youth activities.
The Pathway to Flourishing is an intentional, church-sanctioned, multi-year and multi-context curriculum intended for every 7HF member. The Pathway doesn’t just focus on the spiritual or theological but on the whole human experience. The curriculum aims to educate, equip and motivate members in this pursuit of surrendering their whole lives to God. Ultimately, the goal of The Pathway to Flourishing is to create lifelong followers of Christ who thrive in every aspect of their humanity.
There’s more than one path to becoming a member of the Seven Hills community, but we highly recommend attending Curious as a first step. This Sunday afternoon information session, offered several times a year, will introduce you to our church community, history, and mission.
At the completion of Curious, we ask that you fill out the Member Information Form (one for each adult) and the Membership Statement (one per household).
Prospective members will be invited to meet with a church elder to share their personal testimony. This is a chance for us to hear your story, get to know you a bit better, and connect more deeply.
Questions? Contact Joy Wooddell directly for guidance.