Missions is foundational to the character of Rolling Hills Community Church. Whether connecting to serve throughout middle Tennessee, driving into areas of our own country often forgotten by people with a genuine desire to know those who live there and build relationships of help and hope with them, or by going overseas and forging lasting partnerships with missionaries, mission organizations, churches, and indigenous people to bring Jesus' message of love and mercy to the least, the last, and the lost, Rolling Hills is a missional church! We are committed to addressing issues of poverty, disease, education, orphans, human trafficking, the environment, war, and spiritual lostness as a community of believers and as people who are called to serve the people of the world on Jesus' behalf.
Upcoming Mission Trips - Contact Missions Pastor Steve Davis
We also have our own non–profit missions and humanitarian aid organization, Justice and Mercy International, which exists specifically to offer hope and help to orphans and acutely vulnerable children around the world. Learn more about how you can be involved and give to JMI at http://justiceandmercy.org. Follow us on Twitter @JMInternational.
The Path Project is a ministry that provides tutoring, life skills, and language help to children in the Franklin Estates neighborhood. Originally begun under Graystone Church in Atlanta to reach out to at-risk children, we have joined with Path Project to provide this ministry in our own backyard. Path project meets at 4-5:30pm on Tuesday nights at the Franklin estates Clubhouse, 700 West Meade Blvd. Franklin TN. There is something for everyone to help out with so no special skills are necessary. If you’re interested in volunteering e-mail Jason Hale.