We desire to praise God with the use of all styles of music: hymns, spirituals, contemporary choruses, and gospel standards. While our corporate worship services primarily utilize the piano, sanctuary choir, handbell choir and congregational singing, other services and gatherings rely on soloists, ensembles, contemporary instrumentation and video, interpretive movement, sign language, and dance. For more information about this type of ministry, please see our Director of Music or contact the church office.
Weekly reading and study of God’s Word helps to keep us in healthy relationship with Jesus. Our studies include Bible books, both Old and New Testaments, Church History, Apologetics, topical studies (forgiveness, mercy, grace, etc.), and biblical characters.
Men’s Study typically meets on Tuesday mornings from 9:00 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. Women’s Study typically meets on Thursday mornings from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Co-Ed Sunday Morning typically meets 9:45 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. It may be hard for you to feel optimistic about the future right now. If you’ve lost a spouse, child, family member, or friend, you’ve probably found there are not many people who understand the deep hurt you feel. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone. GriefShare groups meet weekly to help you face these challenges and move toward rebuilding your life.
We take prayer seriously. It’s a task that is so important; even Jesus prayed. He taught the disciples to pray, and it’s a hallmark of the early church. Our prayer team follows up weekly and monthly with every submission to our prayer list. We meet on Sunday morning, and Thursday morning for specific prayers for those on our prayer list. Additionally, we pray before every meeting and in personal and small group devotions. For more information about our Prayer Warriors and the Prayer Team, please see Church Council Chairman, Dave Schaub.
Small Groups provide us with safe spaces to express real concerns and ask serious (and silly) questions of ourselves and our faith. It’s a place to prepare for relational evangelism. We laugh together. We cry together. We encourage one another. We challenge world views. And we enjoy each other’s company. There’s always room for another Small Group. Times and locations vary, so please see Pastor Lee or one of the Deacons for more information.
The AV Team handles most of our technical needs – everything from running the sound booth, and preparing visual materials, to connecting your device to the church’s WiFi network. If you have an interest or expertise in computers, sound, and visual media, and would like to serve the needs of Mountain Hill through this ministry please contact the church office.
Piedmont Women’s Center is a faith-based, pro-life provider of reproductive health care serving the upstate of South Carolina and surrounding areas. Our involvement with professional community partners enables Piedmont Women’s Center to provide free laboratory quality pregnancy testing, free pregnancy consultations and free Limited OB ultrasounds at three locations in the Upstate region.
Rodrigo Rodriguez Ministries seeks to share the Good News of Jesus Christ and encourage the local body of Christ all around the world through music. Rodrigo is a classically trained guitarist and calls himself a “musicianary” or music missionary. Rodrigo has played with a number of international and national orchestras and symphonies, but he also plays for churches, villages, and homes.
The Church at Greer Station is a church plant located in Greer, SC that was birthed from The Church at Cherrydale in Greenville, SC seven years ago. They are now a self-sustaining congregation and have recently acquired a church building from a sister church. Renovations are being made and they will re-launch as Ridgewood Church when this building is complete. Mountain Hill has committed to this congregation as a financial and faith partner during this 3-year transition.
Cliffs Resident Outreach’s mission is to provide resources to regional children that promote opportunities for lifelong success. CRO Glassy supports Heritage Elementary, O.P. Earle Elementary, and Tigerville Elementary schools in northern Greenville County, SC. While CRO supports a wide variety of student programs, their focus centers on funding initiatives that relate to education and human services.
Jan Waldron is a missionary teaching middle school and running a coffee shop for the mountain climbers that come to El Carmen, Nuevo Leon, Mexico since 2007. She is also connected to the ministry: Kingdom Point International which seeks sustainability by bringing together the right people for the right project.
TEAM Taiwan missionaries are involved in a variety of ministry initiatives, and we continue to dream of even more. The common goal of all of our ministry work derives from our vision for Taiwan. We long to see “radically obedient followers of Jesus Christ who have a passion to make disciples.”
The vision of Called to Pray is to train, teach and encourage the Body of Christ in the area of prayer. The mission has three avenues of ministry: the local body of Christ, Cape Town, South Africa, and Ubon, Thailand.
Open Doors serves persecuted Christians in more than 60 countries, worldwide. For more than 60 years, they’ve stood with persecuted believers, providing whatever it takes to stand for Jesus – no matter what. In more than 60 countries, Open Doors is on the ground, bringing support and help, wherever they’re needed most. Working through local churches and Christians of every culture and language, they want to live out the command Jesus gave His followers: to be one.
Chosen Children Ministries is headquartered in Inman, SC and serves in dozens of barrio communities near the cities of Managua and Leon, Nicaragua. The mission of CCM is to:
- Plant churches
- Conduct mission trips
- Invest in community infrastructure
- Sponsor children’s education and nutrition
- Develop sustainable business for adults