Ministries for Adults

“Whatever you have learned or received or heard from me, or seen in me—put it into practice. And the God of peace will be with you”

Philippians 4:9

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Hey, we get it.

We are often over busy.

We are living through a pandemic and trying, divisive times.

But we believe that being active and engaged in your faith can be fulfilling on many levels. However, one size does not fit all. Just as our Church School for kids is intentionally designed to have storytelling, art, games, and music, we seek to offer a diversity of programs for adults to connect in different ways not only with God, but with other like-minded members of the Hills Church through learning and goodwill.



Lent at the Hills Church is a time of reflection and preparation for the glory of Easter. In addition to services on Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, and Good Friday, we have a variety of opportunities for adults (and families!) to prepare at home and in small groups.

Activities over the next few months - contact for details

  • Weekly Tuesday meditations
  • Weekly Facebook Wednesday and Thursday Noontime Prayer groups

Tuesday Morning Meditations


Tuesday Morning Meditations


Tuesday Morning Meditations


Examples of programs from past years include

Hills Church members on a private guided tour and lunch at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum learning about the indomitable Mrs. Gardner and her interest in religion and spirituality.

  • Bible study activities ranging from single sessions to multi-evening journeys through whole Books of Hebrew scriptures and Paul’s Letters
  • Study of the Canticles of Luke and how they inspired some of the masterpieces of music
  • Sessions on some of the pioneers of our faith in New England such of John Elliot and Roger Williams who challenged the status quo then and still challenge us today
  • Presentations by our Director of Music before Special Music Sundays to enhance our understanding of the musical, historical, and religious context of the glorious music