Bible Study Ministries:


Followers of Jesus since the church began have been breaking themselves up into smaller gatherings to be a part of specific journeys of faith. Shepherd of the Hills is no different.

We have 2 types of group ministries: Bible Study & Study Groups.

Bible Study groups gather together primarily to study God's Word directly or to follow a study looking at an aspect of the Christian life. They, of course, can have fellowship and prayer as well, but again they primarily are about the task of study and learning. 

Small groups gather together to be about 3 simple things: fellowship, time in the Word, and prayer. They can meet in backyards, living rooms, church fellowship halls, or even online.

Both groups are extremely important to the building up of the people of God and to living a kingdom life toward our neighbor and neighborhoods.

Both groups remind us that we are loved by the mighty Father, through the love and sending of His son Jesus. And through Jesus and the Holy Spirit we are now sent to love our neighbor and community.

Bible study group

Our Study Groups have been hugely important from the beginning for Shepherd of the Hills. These groups are committed to faithfully going deep into the Word of God as a community, and allowing those words to shape and lead their lives in practical ways.

Here is our current Study Group. Please click the name of the leader to email them directly about possibly joining the group.

Fred Cabrera. Bible Study leader meeting on Thursdays at 7 pm in room 8.  Email Fred Cabrera at or call/text him at (909) 921-5811 if you have any questions.

Small groups

Small gatherings have been an integral part of the church since it was started on the Day of Pentecost almost 2000 years ago.

Below you will find a variety of small groups for you to pray about and potentially join. All groups will be taking a time to fellowship (get to know each other better), to discuss lightly the Gospel reading of the week, and to end each session with praying for each other and for the community.

Brian Stranahan: Wednesdays at 10 am in Room 10.

- This small group is open for men only and is specifically designed to go deep into faith matters that face men especially.

Dick Holk (elder): Thursdays at 10 am in room 7.

- This small group is open to all. The group will meet under the breezeway, socially distancing. This group usually looks at the assigned Gospel reading for each week from the historic lectionary.