Coming July 17-21, 2023

There's a Place For You at Hillcrest!

Join us for worship this Sunday at 8:45 or 11 am


At Hillcrest we believe prayer plays a vital part in our walk with Christ. The prayer focused ministries at Hillcrest offer the opportunity to encourage one another with intercessory prayer within our faith family.


Volunteers Needed for VBS

Keepers of the Kingdom VBS comes to Hillcrest July 17-21. Many volunteers are needed to guide and teach students and to fill a variety of other roles. Pick up and complete a yellow Volunteer Registration form in the lobby or contact the church office to find a place where you can serve. Decorating work days have also begun on Tuesdays & Thursdays 10 am-2 pm at the Family Center.

Pastor Appreciation Month

Our deacons have set June as Pastor Appreciation Month at Hillcrest, and they encourage all of us to say “thanks” to our dedicated pastoral team. You can designate a monetary gift in your offering, send a note or email, or find a another way to express your appreciation during the month of June.

Annual Celebration

Mark your calendar for our Annual Celebration on Sunday, June 11. We’ll kick off the event with the first cookout of the year at 5:30 pm at the pavilion, then we’ll move inside for the meeting portion of the evening. Join us in celebrating God’s work through us over the past year and to look ahead to the coming year.

I'm New Here

Welcome to Hillcrest! We are glad you are here! Follow the links to the right to help you plan your first visit, see what a service is like or just get to know us better.

Kids' Ministries

Messages – Watch and Listen

Boundaries: Freedom from Family Baggage

Boundaries Are Good. Learn how living inside God’s boundaries can bring freedom as Pastor Mark shares part 3 in our Family Baggage series today in his message Boundaries: Freedom from Family Baggage. We’ll start in Proverbs 25:28.

Conflicts and Quarrels

Conflicts, as we know, happen in life. For good or ill, many of us have learned from our families ways of handling life’s conflicts. As we continue with Part 2 of “Family Baggage,” Pastor Steve brings the message “Conflicts and Quarrels” from James 4:1-10 to teach us what God’s word has to say on this important topic.

How to Let Go of the Past

Every family has it: Baggage. Ways of coping, past sins of parents, and bad attitudes passed down can become a curse. However, as we begin our new 6-week “Family Baggage” sermon series, we’ll discover how to let go of our baggage so our past doesn’t determine our future! Join Pastor Mark in Hebrews 12 for part one of the series “How to Let Go of the Past.”