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PLAN YOUR VISIT

Welcome to the Spring Hills Church Family

Whether you're looking for a church home or still wondering about who Jesus is, we want to invite you to join our church family this Sunday! 

Arriving

Granville Campus:

1820 Newark-Granville Road, Granville, OH 43023

Granville Campus - More Info

Utica Campus:

13117 Cooksey Road, Utica, OH 43080

Utica Campus - More Info

What to Expect

We know coming to a new church can feel overwhelming, so here are a few things you can expect when you arrive…

A Warm Welcome from Friendly Faces

Our host teams serve during our services to greet each person and to help guests feel welcome. Hosts are available to answer questions or simply to help you know where to go.

Coffee with a Mission

Enjoy coffee or snacks at each of our campuses.  Stop by our Missions Cafe at our Granville campus where all donations go to support missions.

A Casual and Fun Atmosphere

We want you to feel at home and relaxed. Expect a casual and fun atmosphere where friendships can develop and relationships deepen.

Environments for Various Ages

Our campuses have age appropriate and safe environments for kids and teens.  Stop by our Kids Korner at our Granville Campus where you can learn about KidsVillage for nursery and preschool age kids and Worship Kids Style for elementary age kids.  Our Utica Campus has Arrows for nursery and preschool kids and Trek for elementary kids.  At our Granville Campus, middle school students meet for Uth on Sunday evenings and high school students meet for Amplify on Wednesday evenings.  Our Utica Campus has activities for teens scheduled throughout the year.   

Engaging Worship and Relevant Messages

We love music, all kinds of music.  You’ll find that each of our campuses and services has a different feel with engaging worship and relevant messages.  Check out the campus links below for more detailed information about our locations and worship services.

Granville Campus

Utica Campus 

For my Kids

Every Saturday evening, Sunday morning
Sat, 6:00pm; Sun, 9:00am, 11:00am
Kids Korner - Granville Campus


email Brittany Pound or Dan Pound, Co-Directors
740.587.1200 x302

Volunteer in Kids Korner

Our Nursery, pre-K, and elementary ministry is a high energy, kingdom centered zone offered during weekend services and various other ministries of SHBC. The Kids Korner hallway is themed as a Kids Town offering an exciting place for children to visit and learn about Jesus!

In Kids Korner children worship, dance and participate in age-appropriate activities.

SESSION AT A GLANCE:
  • Introduction to Worship – A brief intro presents the session’s theme through prayer, offering and fun, exciting activities.
  • Teaching - Kids will learn God’s truth from Bible teaching, study and memorization.
  • Small Groups – crafts, drama, games and exploration discovery reinforce Biblical concepts.
  • Wrap-Up – Kids come together to review the day’s session
CLASSROOMS:
  • Kings Kone’s Birth-1’s
  • Noah’s Pet Shop 2’s & 3’s
  • Moses Fire Station 4’s & 5’s
  • Solomon’s Library K-1st
  • Bethlehem’s Chapel 2nd-4th
  • Room 145 5th-6th
SECURITY:

If you leave your child in our care, you will receive a badge with your child’s number on it when you arrive, and you must have that badge to pick up your child when you return after the service. If your child is in need, you will be notified using the LCD screens next to the sermon screens in the sanctuary. Our team promises to provide a safe and clean environment for your child to have fun and grow spiritually.

180 Volunteers Needed for birth-6th grade, 1 time per month 2019-2020 We need 108 volunteers to serve a total of 6 times each in 2018. Please reach out to Dan and Brittany Pound if you would like to fill one of our volunteer positions.

Volunteers have a variety of ways to pick up the call to raise a generation for the kingdom. They can serve in a classroom, donate snacks, greet both parents and children, teach, read, play, serve snacks, play music or act out Bible skits.

Jesus couldn’t help but immerse Himself in the lives of children, as seen in Matthew 19:14. “Jesus said, ‘Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these,’” and we embrace the call of God to love His children and raise them up to know, experience and love God.

For my Teens

Our student ministry is for both middle school and high school students  Check out the details on our programs and groups below.

But first, here are a couple of FAQ’s that might help.

What about 6th graders?

Sixth graders can participate in our children’s ministry or our middle school ministry or a customization of both.  We are careful to teach our young teens without introducing them to “new topics” that may make it uncomfortable to parents.

How do I find out about current events?
  1. FREE! Youth Text Reminders:  81010 @SHBCtxt
    (sign up for text reminders and updates by texting the word: “shbctxt” to number “81010” (without quotes)

  2. Check out our Facebook Pages
    High School
    Middle School
  3. Go to our student/youth webpage for the latest up to date info and photo galleries


Mark Elliott
Student Ministries Pastor
email


Volunteer in youth ministries

discover a relationship with christ

Step 1: Accept Christ

There’s no special formula or secret password to start a relationship with Christ.  Most people simply start with a prayer of faith to God.  Prayer is simply reflecting to God what we feel in our hearts.  

Here is an example…

“God, I want a relationship with you.  I realize my selfishness and sin have got in the way and separated me from you.   I need forgiveness.  I need a Savior.  Thank you for sending your Son, Jesus, to be my Savior.  I believe he lived, died, and rose from the grave to forgive me and give me new life.  I accept Christ.  I place my trust in Him and I want to live for you.  Thank you for loving me.  Thank you for forgiving me.”  

I accepted Christ!

Step 2: Start a Discipleship Relationship

An important step in starting a relationship with Christ is finding a spiritual mentor who can provide the encouragement and support you need to grow in a relationship with Christ.   We would like to help.  
Start a Discipleship Relationship 

baptism

What is Baptism?

In Matthew 28:19-20 Jesus lays out some very important truths about baptism. He tells us that baptism is an experience that an individual has once they have committed their life to Christ and have become one of His disciples. Those who have become a disciple of Jesus Christ are instructed to be baptized.

The word baptize itself means to “immerse” or to “place into.”
We believe baptism as an immersion into water is a way of stating, “I am a follower of Jesus Christ.”

How do I get Baptized?

We have a baptism service (during regular Worship Services) the third weekend of every month. To get baptized at Spring Hills speak with a pastor prior to one of our baptism services or fill out the Baptism Information Form below:

Baptism Information

connection class

What is a Connection Class?

Our Spring Hills Connection Class meets the first Sunday of every month and provides a way to learn about our story, what we believe, and our values. People learn about groups, how to get connected, how to discover their gifts, where to serve, and membership. The class provides a way for us to gather around our mission of Building Generations for Christ. Childcare is provided.

First Sunday of each month (10:30am - 12pm) - 1 Session
Granville Campus (Fireside Room) - Childcare Provided

Instructor: Tevis Austin - Discipleship Pastor

Where do I sign up?

Sign up in the back of the Worship Center before or after Weekend Worship Services or sign up online:

Register for Spring Hills Connection Class

GROUPS

FIND A GROUP
Step 1: Learn about Groups

Spring Hills Connection Class - It all begins here. We will help you learn about all of our groups at our Spring Hills Connection Class. You’ll even receive one of our Groups booklets which highlights all of our Spring Hills Groups.

Step 2: Get Connected

Are you looking to simply meet some people and get connected? Here are some groups where you can get to know others and grow spiritually through events, studies, and serving.

Mens
Womens
Young Adults
Students
Support Groups
Join a Team

Step 3: Circle Up

It’s time to Circle Up. We believe circles are way better than rows. Our small groups will help you pursue spiritual growth and healthy relationships. You’ll be encouraged to live out what it means to follow Jesus as you encourage others to do the same.

Our Circle Up Event gives you the opportunity to explore joining a group or starting a group with others in just four weeks. At Circle Up you will get to experience community while learning the key ingredients and steps in forming a healthy group. Childcare is even provided. Complete this form and someone will contact you about Circle Up and Groups.

Start a Group - If you are looking to start a new group we can help. We will equip you with the resources and tools including our Circle Up material to help you form a group and get off to a great start. Start Here.

Questions?

spring hills university

What is Spring Hills University?

Spring Hills University seeks to fulfill our vision of building generations for Jesus Christ through classes designed to help you grow spiritually, to discover your God-given gifts, to develop you as a leader and to help you build a strong family and leave a legacy.

Classes

Choose classes from five different areas of focus:

  • New Believer
  • Essentials
  • Serve & Lead
  • Go Deeper
  • Legacy Series

2020 Class Schedule

serve - volunteer

Where can I serve?

Serving on a ministry team or volunteering can be a great way to get involved, meet people and make a difference.

At Spring Hills we encourage service in three main areas:

  • Serve the Church
  • Serve the Community
  • Serve the World
How do I sign up to serve?