A New Season of Classes
Here at Rolling Hills, we like to learn and grow together with a community that seeks to deepen their faith, broaden their understanding of God, develop discipleship in a specific area of life and are looking to find love and support within the body of Christ.
Here you will find a list of upcoming classes and programs that will be sure to challenge and inspire you to keep living for Christ and His glory.
To quickly find what you are looking for, select a group.
Growing Women in God's Word
Every Wednesday morning, throughout the school year, the women in our community will gather for a time of food, fellowship, worship, and studying God's Word. We will meet from 9:30-11:30 and have three track options available for you!
Our very own, Kelly Minter, will be taking us through an in-depth study of The Sermon on the Mount this Fall. She will be teaching from a different book of the Bible in the Fall and the Spring. This track is available to ALL women regardless of age or stage. You will hear Kelly teach live each week and then have the opportunity to meet with your small group for a time of discussion. We will do an eight-week winter session around a different study and then Kelly will return for 6 weeks in the Spring.
"Mom Life" is the track we have developed for moms who are looking to study Biblical fundamentals of parenting. In this track, you will be reading through a book or a study. For the fall semester, the book is Paul David Tripp’s Parenting: 14 Gospel Principles That Can Radically Change Your Family. You will spend time in your small groups discussing what it looks like to trust God and put Him at the center of your parenting.
The "Legacy" track is for grandmothers who desire to spend more time in prayer and in deep discussion on how to impact the generations for Christ. This group will study through a curriculum provided by their leaders and will meet with a small group each week. Your grown children need your prayers. So do your grandchildren. Since “nothing is impossible with God” (Jeremiah 32:17), we can expect to see Him at work in our lives and the lives of our families.
Breakfast & Fellowship: 9:30-9:50 am
Your track: 10:00-11:30 am
The start date is September 4, 2019, and we follow the Williamson county School calendar. There is a $55 registration fee to cover materials for the year. Childcare is available for $50 a child, per semester, with a maximum family expense of $100. Childcare space is limited. Scholarships are available.
1. Kelly Minter will lead a study on The Sermon on the Mount
2. Mom Life - Paul David Tripp’s Parenting: 14 Gospel Principles That Can Radically Change Your Family
3. Legacy - A group of grandmothers who desire to spend time in prayer and discussion on how to impact generations
Our women will gather on Wednesday nights from 6:00 - 730 PM. This year we are excited to offer two tracks open to all women.
"Mom Life" is the track we have developed for moms who are looking to study Biblical fundamentals of parenting. In this track, you will be reading through a book or a study. For the fall semester, the book is Kristen Welch’s Raising Grateful Kids in an Entitled World. You will spend time in your small groups discussing what it looks like to trust God and put Him at the center of your parenting.
Bible Study - God of Creation by Jen Wilkin. With over 10 sessions of verse-by-verse study, dive into Genesis 1-11 by following three critical stages of understanding: comprehension, interpretation, and application. Revisit familiar stories and historical figures, challenge your basic knowledge, and discover deeper meanings in the text.
The start date is September 4, 2019, and we follow the Williamson County school calendar. There is a $55 registration fee to cover materials for the year. Childcare is available for preschoolers at no cost and there is programming for Kindergarten though 12th grade. Scholarships are available.
FRANKLIN CAMPUS | AFTER THE
BELMONT HEIGHTS | AFTER CHURCH
College Lunch happens every Sunday and gives an opportunity for college students to share a meal, connect in meaningful relationships, and challenge each other in what it means to walk out their faith in this season of life.
For more information contact Emilee Townes.
Young adult Gathering
If you want to grow in your relationship with Jesus, you need to have intentional relationships with people who have the same goal—and a Community Group is the ideal place for that. In a Community Group, ten to twelve adults meet regularly for a year or more to pursue spiritual growth and healthy relationships. You’ll be encouraged to live out the truths you discover in the Bible as you encourage others to do the same. Groups meet at various times throughout the week. We even help with childcare reimbursement.
If you have any questions or would like to find a group please contact David Curtis.