At Hillcrest we believe prayer plays a vital part in our walk with Christ. It must be a habit we practice daily. Our spring prayer focus, 31 Days to Stand in the Gap, takes place March 6-April 4 with special activities and events designed to help us deepen our walk with Jesus.
You’re invited to join the dozens of our Hillcrest Family reading through the New Testament this year! Pastors Mark & Dan host this reading plan on the Bible app. The plan includes a short daily devotional and allows for two days off each week. Click here to join the group or to renew your membership if you’re already part of the group.
Renovation to our Sanctuary/Auditorium begins in March with fresh paint, stone, carpet, and 230 comfortable new chairs, all planned to be completed by the end of summer. You can help provide a place for future generations of worshippers by donating $75 per chair. Simply select one or more cards from the special Make a Place at Hillcrest display in the lobby, and place the card(s) with your gift an offering plate.
Will your investments pay off? Jesus made it clear that what we do in the here and now dramatically affects our future life in His eternal kingdom. As Pastor Mark shares part 10 in our “Jesus Stories with Luke” series, we will gain valuable investing tips from Jesus’ famous “Parable of the 10 Servants” in today’s message “How Today Determines Your Tomorrow” from Luke 19.
In Luke 14, Jesus tells the Parable of the Great Banquet. The table is set and the party is ready to go, but will the invited guests accept their invitations? In his message “Come, The Banquet Is Ready!” Pastor Ben explores Jesus’s reason for telling this parable and helps us consider our place in the story in part 9 of our series, “Jesus Stories with Luke.”
Welcome to “Concert of Prayer to Stand in the Gap.” Our worship this morning is arranged in five “movements”, each including music, testimony, scripture and intercession. We will celebrate God’s faithfulness and promises as we seek His powerful presence to invade the lives of others and ourselves. The service will conclude with communion and a time of quiet, personal prayer at the Lord’s Table. Please prepare your communion elements if you would like to participate with us.