Welcome to Mars Hill

Mars Hill Discovery Center at North Coast Calvary Chapel is designed to equip, encourage, and enrich Christians in their faith.  We offer seminars with guest speakers (“Evenings on Mars Hill”), Group Discussions, Lectures and more that will help you grow as a Christian and build your confidence as you seek to “live out Christ in culture.”

Purpose

Our purpose is to provide a learning center for teaching, training, and education in classical Christianity and classical Christian values as a part of North Coast Calvary Chapels priorities to equip the saints for service. Mars Hill Discovery Center students will be schooled in a Christian worldview that defends the historic and classical doctrines of the faith while applying biblical insights and critique to the world culture at large.  Each of the opportunities that we offer, from classrooms to special events, are designed to help you learn what we believe and why we believe, to better understand the times we live in, and to become equipped to give an answer for the hope that lies within us with graciousness and respect.  (see 1Peter 3:15)

Opportunities to Serve…



For information on how you can volunteer to serve in the Mars Hill ministry click on the Serve tab below or contact:
Chuck Butler
 - e-mail - 
760.518.7699

Calendar


Evening On Mars Hill News

2014 Evening on Mars Hill Dates

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The Lost Art of Listening

Friday, September 12, 7-9pm, Family Center First-time as an EOMH presenter, Chuck Butler lectures on The Lost Art of Listening. He unpacks the need we have for obeying the whispering of God and then experiencing the work of the Holy Spirit.  Come early, at 6pm, for the Artists’ Reception with Appetizers at the Grand Opening of the “Pneuma: Breath of God” Fine Art Exhibit

Topic: TBA

Friday, October 10, 7-9pm, Family Center

Topic: TBA

Friday, November 14, 7-9pm, Family Center

Mars Hill Summer Series

Wednesdays, July 9,16 & 23, 6:45-8:30pm, B-203
Topic: “Children, Parents & the Nature of The Family: Bio-Ethics & Personhood”
Cal State San Marcos & USD Philosophy Instructor, Eddie Colanter, unpacks these critical issues of the day. Free.

Posted by nc3 on Saturday, June 20, 2009 at 12:30 AM

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Mars Hill Serve

Join the team! We need volunteer help in the following areas. Read through the volunteer job descriptions below and then click to sign up for the job of your choice.


OPPORTUNITIES TO SERVE…



For information on how you can volunteer to serve in any of the following areas in the Mars Hill ministry, please contact:
Chuck Butler

e-mail Chuck

760.518.7699

• Prayer Warriors

• Classroom Host & Hostess

• Info Table Personnel

• Audio/Visual Techs

• Researchers

• Materials & PowerPoint Preparation

• Host a Discussion Group

MORE DETAIL:

Volunteer Position:  Event or Classroom Host &/or Hostess
Ministry:  Hospitality
Time Commitment:  Events or classes run from 1 - 6 nights.
Usually 7-9pm arrive 45 mins. early.
Job Description:  Set up & clean up info material, food & beverages and provide hospitality, facilitate book table, etc.
Experience Required:  No experience is required!  Training is available.
e-mail Chuck

Volunteer Position:  Class/Discussion Group Facilitator
Ministry:  Training
Time Commitment:  Research, prep and facilitating can require
2 - 6+ hrs. / week
Job Description:  Teach an approved Mars Hill subject/course and/or
facilitate a Mars Hill discussion group.
Experience Required:  Experience is required.  Mentoring is available.
e-mail Chuck

Volunteer Position:  Info Central /Ask Me Personnel specially for: Training & Education / Mars Hill / & The Arts tables
Ministry:  Information Team
Time Commitment:  Before, between &/or after all Sat. and Sun. Services. 
As you are available.  Rotation schedule.
Job Description:  Welcome others and answer questions (especially of newcomers) re: upcoming events, signups and ministries of Training & Education / Mars Hill / The Arts
Experience Required:  No experience is necessary!  Training is available.
e-mail Chuck

Volunteer Position:  A/V Tech
Ministry:  Media
Time Commitment:  Events or classes run from 1 - 6 nights.
Usually 7-9pm arrive 45 mins. early.
Job Description:  Run PowerPoint, DVD’s, record teachings & post them on the NCCC website.
Experience Required:  Experience is very helpful.  Some training is available.
e-mail Chuck

Posted by nc3 on Saturday, September 19, 2009 at 9:35 AM

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