New Groups for Faith Formation Begin at Pleasant Hill Community Church

Using Brian D. McLaren’s book We Make the Road by Walking one or more groups will gather on Zoom or in-person and be guided by Pastor Houston Hall on a fifty-two (plus a few) weekly readings that can each be read in 10 to 12 minutes. The series offer a simple curriculum of insightful reflections and transformative practices. Organized around the traditional church year, these readings give an overview of the whole Bible and guide an individual or a group of friends through a year of rich study, interactive learning, and personal growth.

These groups will:

  • Cultivate an honest, intelligent understanding of the Bible and of Christian faith in 21st century
  • Engage with discussion questions designed to challenge, stimulate, and encourage
  • Reimagine what it means to live joyfully and responsibly in today’s world as agents of God’s justice, creativity, and peace

If you’re seeking a fresh way to experience and practice your faith, if you’re a long-term Christian seeking new vitality, or if you feel out of place in traditional church circles, this book will inspire and activate you in your spiritual journey. You may also join the Facebook group  We make the Road by Walking.

Contact Pleasant Hill Community Church at 931-277-3193 or email us at phcchurchoffice@gmail.com if you would like the office to order you a copy. The cost is $12.

  • Group A will meet on Monday evenings at 7 pm, beginning on August 29, via Zoom.
  • Group B will meet on Thursday afternoons at 2 pm beginning on September 1, at the church.

Pleasant Hill Community Church, United Church of Christ, is located at 67 Church Drive, Pleasant Hill, TN.  We are an Open and Affirming, Whole Earth, Global Mission, Just Peace congregation of the United Church of Christ.  With roots in the post-Civil War work of the American Missionary Association and deep connections with Uplands Village, a UCC-affiliated retirement community here in Pleasant Hill, Pleasant Hill Community Church remains a vibrant center for social justice work and theological exploration.

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