In the Bible, Jesus talks about living an abundant life. The vision of LIFE Group is: to experience the fullness of life in a Biblical community where the Gospel is radically lived out. LIFE Groups seek to accomplish this by sharing our lives with one another within various life stages.

We desire to live out the 5 E’s (Evangelism, Education, Edification, Extension, Exaltation) of our values in a community context by studying the Bible, worshipping, serving and praying together. However, more than just a weekly gathering, we believe that it is an avenue to develop Christ-centered, genuine relationships for the greater empowerment of the body of Christ.

If you are new to our church, there is no better way to get a taste of who we are and what we believe in then to check out one of our LIFE Groups. Don’t miss out this opportunity to experience the life-changing power of Biblical community.

Global Access

With the influx of students from all across the world at the University of Michigan, our Global Access ministry responds to the overwhelming need to reach out to the international community. In line with the overall vision of the church, we seek to share the gospel with students from all over the world, disciple them to be Christ-followers, and see them return to their home countries to be effective witnesses. Global Access allows HMCC to expand our network, as many students return to their countries and maintain relationships globally.

Our international life group serves as a “home away from home” for many international students who seek family-like friendships in Ann Arbor. Many students come from countries where Christianity is irrelevant. Therefore, it is our desire to present and implant the Gospel in the context of our unique biblical community. Through Global Access, we hope that international students from anywhere in the world can come and share life together.

For more information about Global Access, contact


Reading the Bible with New Eyes: Temple, Land, King: The story of the Bible

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