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What is an Equipping Class (Bible Study)? Equipping Classes usually consist of 15-150 people who gather for the primary purpose of learning from the Bible. Classes meet for a defined period of time, typically 4-12 weeks. Classes include times of teaching, group discussion, and often times self-directed learning (homework).

Questions: If you have questions or need assistance, contact Desiray Pool by EMAIL or call 210.698.4695. (Grupo en Espanol – llama 210.807.5218)

 Group Finder

NameDescriptionScheduleRegistration RequiredMeeting LocationGroup TypeTopic
Career Transition WorkshopA gathering of seekers, walking through unemployment and exploring career shifts. Mentors available to network and share wisdom. Facilitated by Michael McClellan Thursdays starting January 7, 2021 6:30 PM (Potential on site gathering may begin February 11, 2021)Thursday at 6:30 PMYesOnlineCo-EdCareer Transition Workshop
Equipping Group: Parents of Kinder - 5th gradeAt Oak Hills Church we want to we want to encourage and equip all parents in their personal faith walk, and partner with you by providing practical tools and growth opportunities as you guide the next generation to follow Jesus moment by moment. We are excited to offer an opportunity for you to join in Biblical community with likeminded parents. Join us on Sundays at 10:30 in F206/F207 to learn about parenting in practical ways through a biblical lens. Beginning Sunday, January 31, 2021 *Parents are encouraged to check in your children to the Bibleland and Student Ministry offerings during this time.Sunday at 10:30 AMNoF206/F207Co-EdParent Equipping for Elementary Age
Equipping Group: Parents of Middle School & High SchoolAt Oak Hills Church we want to encourage and equip all parents in their personal faith walk, and partner with you by providing practical tools and growth opportunities as you guide the next generation to follow Jesus moment by moment. We are excited to offer an opportunity for you to join in Biblical community with likeminded parents. Join us on Sundays at 10:30 in Room F204 to learn about parenting in practical ways through a biblical lens. Beginning Sunday, January 31, 2021 *Parents are encouraged to check in your children to the Bibleland and Student Ministry offerings during this time.Sunday at 10:30 AMNoF204Co-EdParent Equipping
Grief and Loss GroupThe Oak Hills Church bereavement ministry is offering a Grief and Healing Workshop to provide support, encouragement and understanding during the difficult time of grieving a loss. The seminar is six weeks starting April 6th. The group will meet from 7:00 PM to 8:30PM on campus in room W101. Facilitated by Martie Noll. The seminar is open to adults, members and non-members alike, but registration is required so we can ensure adequate space for social distancing. Face coverings must be worn at all times inside the building. Child care will not be provided. To register, get answers to your questions, or to learn about other bereavement resources available, please call Cassidy at (210) 698-4624.Tuesday at 7:00 PMNoPastoral Care Center Conference RoomCo-EdWalking through the grieving process
Helping without Hurting - Family MentoringHelping Without Hurting: this 6-week class is the starting point for participating in our Family Mentoring Ministry. Based on the book When Helping Hurts, we explore a Biblical approach to understanding poverty and working with the materially poor to bring hope and dignity. This group class - facilitated by OHC's Outreach Staff - will help you explore ways to apply foundational poverty concepts in our church and community. Together, learn how poverty results from broken relationships and discover how you can join in Jesus' work of restoring that brokenness. We will meet together on Tuesday nights at Oak Hills Church from 6:30-8:00pm, from April 6 through May 11. We will use 2 books as our curriculum (When Helping Hurts, How to alleviate poverty without hurting the poor and yourself, and When Helping Hurts Study Guide - The small group experience provides homework and discussion for participants). Registration closes 6:00 PM April 13. Contact Noemi for more info or with questions: noemig@oakhillschurch.com.Tuesday at 6:30 PMYesOHCCo-EdUnderstanding Poverty
Men's Class - GenesisCome back to the beginning, where our Creator God formed the universe and our world from nothing, where God's salvation plan was quickly put in place once mankind's sinful nature was exposed. God's grace and mercy expressed as we begin to follow a line from Eve's "seed" to Christ who'll crush the serpent's head once and for all. We will be using Bible Study Fellowship material. You can register at the link provided at no cost, click on link then select Oak Hill's Men's Group. Bible Study Fellowship material includes study guides and questions to be discussed. Meeting via Zoom 9/16/20 - 5/19/21Wednesday at 7:00 PMYesOnlineMen-OnlyGenesis
Spanish/Español - Clase de Discipulado Para MujeresJoin us to study 7 Disciplinas Esprituales Para la MujerThursday at 7:00 PMNoOnlineWomen-Only 
Spanish/Español - Reunion de DiscipuladoResolución para Hombres NoOnlineMen-Only 
Spanish/Español - Servicio de Alabanza y OraciónServicio de Alabanza y Oración y EnseñazaWednesday at 7:00 PMNoOnlineCo-Ed