Small Group Overview


Our small groups are a way to get to know each other and form a support group. Our groups meet weekly or biweekly to talk, pray, and study.  Some groups will include a light meal or social activities.  Listed below are a few descriptions of some of our ongoing small groups here at   “Your Light on the Hill  “.  If you would like more information please call the church office, 856-983-9587.

Sunday Evening Small Group:  Our small group consists of  adults varying in ages from…well old enough.  We have individual members, both male and female, as well as  couples that comprise our group.  We will begin a new study on May 4th,  “To Busy Not To Pray”.  We invite you to join us.


Young Couples Small Group:  This Group meets every Wednesday night, 6:30 p.m. at the associate Pastor’s home.  Each week they discuss current topics in Christian studies.  There is also a time of prayer and fellowship.








Women’s Class   


The Women’s Sunday School that meets in the Underground classroom from 9:00-9:50am is currently doing a study by Beth Moore.




ADULT BIBLE study – journey through the bible

Class meets Sunday 8:45 to 9:50 a.m. in the Discipleship Center.

This adult Bible study class is taking a Journey Through the Bible.  Currently we are finishing Deuteronomy and will continue with Joshua and onward.   Coffee and tea are provided along with various breakfast snacks.  

 Do you think of the God of the Old Testament as stern and uncaring as compared to the passion of Jesus in the New Testament?  Please reconsider for the Old Testament is filled with God’s patience as he struggles to change a nation to become unique and different from the rest of the world.  Remember he had to “start from scratch.”  The Old Testament is filled with blessings.  Blessing is mentioned 398 times, 88 times in Genesis alone.  The Old Testament is the story of God’s interaction with and for humankind, the beginning of the thread of God’s love and faithfulness that runs through the centuries, from creation and the civilizations of the ancient world to the end of all things.  Come with us on the journey.

It’s a glorious journey, filled with the creation of universes, peoples, and nations.  It’s exciting history and exacting theology.  There are heroes and heroines, murder and intrigue, wars and rumors of war – but most of all love. 

… No homework, just good sharing in the fellowship of his presence.


Edna Johnson, teacher