Join Us for Worship
Our true hope and desire is that as you spend time in our church you will feel God’s grace and love in your life.
The Basics of Our Worship
Worship is central to our life together at the Hill Church. In corporate worship, our faith community:
- Joyfully ascribes all praise and honor, glory, and power to the triune God.
- Acknowledges God presence in the world and our lives.
- Responds to God’s claim and redemptive action in Jesus Christ.
- Is transformed, renewed, and equipped for God’s service in the world.
Rooted in the traditional Service for the Lord’s Day, worship at the Hill Church is both Reformed and grounded in the historic church. While treasuring the classical liturgies and musical forms; we embrace new forms and music that have Scriptural, doctrinal, and musical integrity.
Each Sunday we have a variety of musical expressions for worship and they include:
- Adult and youth vocal choirs
- Seasonal hand-bell choirs + Contemporary praise team
- Congregational Singing: Classic Hymns & Contemporary Praise Chorus
Our morning messages consist of a children’s message, where all children are welcome to come to the front of the sanctuary and be taught by the Pastor, and a sermon for all ages. All messages are centered on biblical themes, and relevant and practical today’s concerns. Our weekly messages can be interactive with questions and also include audio and visual displays as well.
Communion is served the first Sunday of each month and also on special occasions throughout the liturgical year. You do not need to be a church member to take communion. All those who believe in Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior are welcomed to participate in communion.
Children In Worship
We welcome and encourage children to be a part of our weekly worship services. We know that children can be fidgety and make noises but we view all these as more ways to praise God on a Sunday. For children ages 6 and younger there is nursery care provided during worship, right after the children’s message and children’s hymn. The pastor will dismiss the children and the nursery care provider will meet the children at the back of the sanctuary.