Walking alongside parents to equip students to be truth seekers, kingdom builders, and culture shapers
Weekly Connection Opportunities
(Sunday mornings at 9:15 am)
Our time begins in a large group teaching time, then follows with small groups led by trained adults to dig deeper into God’s word and discuss application. We are currently following the Gospel Project plan, and will spend 2018 studying Acts-Revelations.
Student Worship and Small Groups
(Wednesday nights 6:30-7:30 pm)
We begin Wednesday nights with a worship experience—with a live band once a month, large group teaching time, videos, heartfelt small group discussions, and fun games—students explore their relationship with Jesus and how that can influence every decision they make. It is a time of connection with peers, biblical community, and studying biblical truths.
Sunday Night D-Groups
(Sunday nights 6:00-7:30 pm)
Students meet on Sunday nights in discipleship groups for fellowship, Bible study, and prayer. This is a time for students to get more connected with one another and study God’s word together.
We recognize that Middle School and High School Students learn best when they are active and in community! For this reason, each month we have some opportunities for students to get together, build community, and build relationships with other Christian students.
The fourth Sunday night of each month from 4:00-6:00 pm, HHBC Students and their friends are invited to participate in Rec-It Night in the church gym. This is a high energy time of games, food, and fellowship.
We want to celebrate milestones with you and your students. One way we can do this is by once a month celebrating birthdays! Each month we will host a birthday bash just for our students who are having a birthday and their families, we will have dinner and celebrate them! Birthday Bashes are held on the second Sunday of the month at 5:00 pm.
Connection Opportunities throughout the Calendar Year
Mission Possible Days
Mission Possible Days are days designed to build community within the student ministry as well as help students to focus on giving and serving others in need within the community. These are great events for the whole family to participate in and for students to bring their friends!
DNOW is a weekend event where students focus on a Bible study, serving, and growing closer to Christ. Students will stay in the homes of your church members Friday and Saturday night. Typically, one or two sessions will be taught Friday night, two more will be taught on Saturday, and one during the DNOW Conclusion on Sunday morning. Typically there will be no more than eight students in any one home (divided by gender and age). There are times throughout the weekend where everyone comes together to worship, serve, eat, and fellowship.
Fuge Camp 2018
At Centrifuge, students are divided into groups for recreation and Bible study based on age ranges by grade completed. Recreation is facilitated within Bible study groups by a member of our trained FUGE camp staff, who also leads the Bible study. Each activity serves a specific purpose and is debriefed so students can make application in their lives. Students also participate in Track Times. Track Times are created to give students the opportunity to participate in something with which they are familiar, or try something new! For June 2018, we are headed to Rome, Georgia! For more information, see information packet.
Mission Trip 2018
For more information, see information packet.