At North Hills Community Church we want to be devoted to caring for one another. The primary way we CARE is through Shepherding Groups.
Why do we care?
The Bible is very clear that we are to “Be devoted to one another in brotherly love. Honor one another above yourselves.” (Romans 12:10) Our job of taking care of each other is not passive; it is devotion.
How do we care?
We care by assisting each other with day-to-day physical needs. Whether it is a meal for a family with a newborn, helping another family move, or giving financially when someone is in need, a Shepherding Group is there to care.
We care by holding each other accountable to God’s Word. We do not desire to “play church.” As we encounter God’s Word, we are being changed. A Shepherding Group is there to encourage and assist with that change.
We care by recognizing that the Christian life is more than just providing for the needs of the Christian community. A Shepherding Group can serve in the community where individuals need to see that Jesus is real!
When do we care?
All the time…but we specifically gather at homes all over the Greenville area at least twice a month. Shepherding Groups meet on different days and at different times to care for as many people as possible. The groups vary in size. We hope to keep them small enough so that relationships are beyond superficial.
We invite you to join us in mutual care here at North Hills Community Church. If you have any questions feel free to contact me.
If you have any questions feel free to contact Ryan Ferguson, Pastor of Community Connection at 864-609-5321.
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