Alpha is an opportunity to explore life, faith and God in a friendly, open and informal environment. It is a series of sessions exploring the Christian faith, run over ten weeks. Each talk looks at a different question around faith and is designed to create conversation.
Life-change happens best in circles, not just rows, and small groups play a vital role in helping relationships flourish in the life of the church. There are groups for men, women, and couples meeting weekly.
On Sunday mornings we have a wide variety of opprtunites for you to engage and connect in community. We want to help you find a class that fits you and your family.
Men gather on Tuesday mornings (Sept.–May) for a brief message and time in small groups. Ascent exists to foster gospel-centered relationships among followers of Jesus Christ.
Anchor is an intergenerational gathering of women meeting on Wednesday mornings in the Fall at 9:30 – 11 am. These women meet to be anchored in God’s truth and in relationship with one another in order to live out God’s call in the world.
Biblical Teaching for Busy Moms. We welcome new moms and moms with babies through elementary-age children to gather monthly for biblical teaching that will inspire and refresh in the midst of challenging and exhausting daily routines. Invite a friend and gather with us every month to share coffee, laughter, truth, and love.
College & Mid 30s. Whether you're single or married, there are many ways for you to connect and belong to the body of Christ at HPPC, through Sunday morning and weeknight communities, small groups, and Bible studies.
Mid 30s through Mid 60s. Deepen your faith in Sunday and mid-week communities, in Bible studies and in-depth courses taught by pastoral staff. Connecting gives people the joy of sharing struggles and celebrations and investing in the lives of Christian brothers and sisters
Adults 60 Plus have several Sunday morning classes that vary in size and style–from informal small groups to larger sized lecture style classes as well as mid-week activities.
The Homebound Ministry team, along with a pastor or elder, visit homebound members several times a year to pray with them and serve communion. We want to know if you, or someone you know, would like to receive communion and/or get connected with a ministry partner for monthly visits.