We are so glad that you are thinking of worshipping with us! Our Worship – You are invited you to participate in your own way (sitting, standing, raising hands, etc) Gift – We would like to give our guests a gift of the book “Called Together” written by Pastor Dorothy Langstaff. Copies are available on […]
He is risen! We want to invite you to the Easter services at Church on the Hill where you will find a warm welcome as together we celebrate the central events of our Christian faith. Join us for our Good Friday night service at 7:00 p.m. with special guest speaker Pastor Sam DeWald, who has just […]
We had an awesome service this morning celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Church on the Hill . . . remembering both the mountaintops and the valleys . . . declaring that God is faithful! The praise and worship, the youth dance, Janel Schmitt’s songs, Pastor Alan’s presentation, Pastor Clarence St. Johns message. . . what […]
This coming Sunday, January 25th 2015 is a special and important day at Church on the Hill as it is our 25th Anniversary. This is going to be a special celebration, with special music, dance and a time to honor the past and focus on the future. Pastor Clarence St. John, the state superintendent of […]
What a great time we had last Sunday. Gabriel from South Africa bought an inspiring message about ‘Disciplines’ ending with a challenge to ‘stand on the Word.’ Then we had a wonderful time together at the Annual Picnic at Lake Ann. Thanks for Cindy Saari and the team that co-ordinated the meal. It is always […]
For those interested in learning about or becoming members of Church on the Hill, there will be a meeting on Wednesday, December 4th at 8:15 p.m. immediately following the Bible Study.
What a wonderful celebration we had on Sunday, October 13th as we launched “Church on the Hill.” We had a large congregation and celebrated with a wonderful chili luncheon that followed our service. What an inspiring start to a new season in our church! Pastor Paul Sheldon challenged us to leave our “good enough” behind […]