discipleship

Our strategy to fulfill the vision of Hebron, that God would use Hebron to show Himself to the world, is through discipling those we come in contact with.

Our goals are: 

  1. To establish opportunities of learning where spiritual growth can happen so disciples of Jesus Christ become equipped and mature. 
  2. To make disciples who make disciples. (Matthew 28:18-20) 

Disciples are made by the Word of God Proclaimed, in Prayerful dependence on the Spirit of God, by the People of God, Persevering in relationships in grace over time. We walk our friends through the process of discipleship: Engaging, Evangelizing, Establishing and Equipping. 

groves

A Grove at Hebron is a group of people who gather weekly to study God’s Word, build friendships and serve the world.


Groves are the primary place where you are known and cared for at Hebron. It is within these small communities that men and women can grow deeper as they study God’s Word, grow stronger by building friendships, and grow beyond as they serve together. It is within these groups that you practice applying the Gospel to your life. Each Grove expects to experience Jesus Christ in its midst, enabling participants to be transformed through mutual ministry and to experience life in the family of God.


Composed of six to thirty people, Groves meet in homes throughout the community and at the church. All Groves are led by members of the congregation or the pastoral staff. They all receive continued oversight and support from our pastoral staff through training opportunities and leader’s meetings. Groves generally meet weekly for Bible study, fellowship, and prayer. Groves also participate in a service project and a social event once every semester, in place of a regular meeting.


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Women's Studies

Tuesday:

Tuesday Morning Women—A study of the book, The Time of Jacob's Trouble, by Donna VanLiere. This book explores a future world facing its final days.

  • This study meets every other Tuesday - May 18; June 1, 15, 29, July 13, 27; August 10, 17.
  • 10:30 am to 12:00 pm in Fellowship Hall
  • Leader: MarJean Miller

 

A Summer Women's Study Cultivating Contentment and Combatting Complacency," a biblical and theological walk through of Romans 8. This workshop will involve teaching, small group study & discussion, memory work, doctrinal training, and practical application for women of all ages. 

  • June 22 thru July 27
  • 7:00 to 8:30 pm,  Fellowship Hall
  • Leader: Kelly Knapp


Saturday, July 17 :

The Loved Bible Project— Women's Ministry is presenting this workshop for women that will provide an opportunity for fellowship and for deepening our knowledge of God's Word. Take part in an intentional focus on evangelism. Who will you bless with your loved Bible? Sign up here through SignUpGenius.

  • Sign up in June - $10 cost (cash or check at the door) includes lunch and supplies
  • 9:00 am to 2:00 pm in Barclay Building
  • Leader: Linda Westover


Men's Opportunities

Tuesday:

The Wisdom of Ecclesiastes—Ecclesiastes focuses on the human nature of the world and human experience, and the implications for how we should live. We will reflect together on some of its starkly frank, and often disturbing, observations and learn how we can better direct our thoughts and lives in the light of the wisdom of Ecclesiastes. A light breakfast will be served.

  • June 1 thru June 22
  • 8:30 - 9:45 am in the Barclay Building
  • Leader: Bruce Krogh




Saturday, June 19 and July 24 - 8:00 am


Meet with other men for faith, food, fellowship, and a message from speakers: June - Dan Weightman (Bahamas Youth Network) and July - Andrew Churchill (Urban Impact)


Sign up here

co-ed Groups

Sunday:

Serenity amidst Chaos—Using Scripture as our primary source we will seek to answer the question: What would God have me do when life seems upside down and chaotic? All welcome.

  • June 6-27, July 11-25
  • 8:15 - 9:15 am in the Barclay Building
  • Leaders: Katrina Dunderdale, Gordon Slippy


A Walk Through ProverbsHave you ever applied the book of Proverbs to your daily life? This study will go verse by verse and explain the meaning as well as how to apply the verse to your walk today.

  • June 6-27, July 11-25
  • 10:45 - 11:45 am in the Barclay Building
  • Leader: Doug Keim


Koinonia - Old Testament CharactersWe live in a world desperate for heroes.  Yet deep within the pages of the Old Testament, we meet real, flesh-and-blood people like us, with both weaknesses and strengths who provide us with lives to model or avoid.  This study introduces us to twelve remarkable lives from the ancient past who can help us learn to live well even today. The list includes Abraham, Moses, Achan, Samuel, King Saul, Hannah, and Esther.

  • Every other Sunday morning starting May 30 through the summer
  • 9:30 - 10:30 am in the Church Parlor or via Zoom (please contact the church office for meeting ID number)
  • Leader: Dave Rosburg

Look Thru the Scriptures—An examination of the Apostle Paul's second epistle to Timothy. Why does the church so often appear to "go off the rails?" What should be our focus, and why do we seem to veer away so easily? Why is it so very hard to describe exactly what the church is for? All are welcome

  • No registration needed
  • July 11 thru August 1
  • 7:00 pm in Church Parlor
  • Leader: Henry Knapp


Wednesday:

A Summer Study of Ephesians

A systematic study of the book of Ephesians according to a process derived from How to Study the Bible for All It's Worth (Fee and Stuart) and Women of the Word (Wilkin). Families and individuals are welcome.

  •  June 2 thru July 28
  • 7:00 - 8:30 pm, in the Barclay Building
  •  Leader: Mike Ramsay

All Moms

All Moms is a ministry that merges a community of moms in the trenches of raising young children and mentorship from experienced women who desire to see younger moms grow in their faith and skills as parents. All Moms is for, you guessed it, all Moms: stepmoms, adoptive moms, working moms, stay-at-home moms, single moms, foster moms, and moms of all backgrounds. Twice a month we will gather in the evenings, hear a guest speaker share prepared insights on a topic related to mothering small children, and share in a small group setting our personal reflections and thoughts on a topic.


Due to the nature of needing to plan spaces and materials, we are requiring registration ahead of time. There is no homework, no reading requirements and no reading requirements and no judgment when you roll in with the same messy bun from two days ago and some kind of dried food permanently adhered to your yoga pants.


Click here to visit the All Moms' website for more information and upcoming events.