Jesus came out of the tomb, from the darkness into the light.

The good news of Easter is simple. Because Jesus is alive, our hope is alive!

You’re invited to Church on the Hill to celebrate Jesus’ resurrection on Easter Sunday. Come and experience a hope-filled service on the Hill April 9 at 8, 9:30, or 11 am and stay after each service for an Easter Egg Hunt for the kids. 

We want to make sure you feel welcome when you come here. Here’s what you can expect when you visit Church on the Hill.

We will have three services on Easter Sunday. Each service is a celebration of our Risen Savior, Jesus Christ!

The 8:00 and 9:30 am services will take place in the chapel, located on the east side of the main building. This is a traditional service using liturgical elements (readings and responses). The music is Hymn driven to the accompaniment of piano, organ and orchestral instrumentation. These services will last 60-65 minutes.

The 11 am service will be held in the worship center with a more modern style of music and features a full band. This service will last 60-65 minutes.

In both venues we celebrate Holy Communion (aka: the Eucharist, The Lord’s Supper, etc.) weekly. We believe this element serves to anchor our service to the Salvation event on the Cross thus, allowing the focus of our worship to be on Christ and not a speaker, singer, and band. Everyone is invited to participate in the Table of the Lord. We follow the Christian Calendar (aka: the liturgical year) as we believe this helps to remind us that we are part of a larger story (aka: the Church universal); while also emphasizing the fullest scope of the birth, life, ministry, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

We use the word teaching rather than preaching, even though we can preach. Our teaching consists of a team of men and women on staff and strives to be simple, practical, and relevant to our daily lives. We teach in a series of themes that last 4-6 weeks, and anchor everything we do in the Scripture. Our teaching team creates identical messaging for both services, so there is alignment each week regardless of which service you attend.

At all service times, babies, preschoolers, and elementary students have a blast worshiping with their friends and learning about God’s love for them in irresistible environments located within the main worship building.  

This Easter, Middle and High School students are encouraged to worship with their families at one of our three services at 8:00, 9:30, or 11am. Aside from special days like Easter, our middle school students meet on Sundays at 11am in our youth building for a fun gathering tailored just for them. High school students are encouraged to participate in worship during the 11am service and have their own student worship on Sunday nights at 6pm.

We encourage you to wear what you want. You'll find a variety of wardrobe styles any given Sunday from jeans and t-shirts, suits and dresses, ties and sport coats, or shorts and flip flops. We think God is more concerned with how we dress our soul and not our body, so come as you are. We're just glad to see you!

We encourage everyone to arrive 10-15 minutes prior to the start of the service to check your children into the children’s areas, grab a cup of coffee, and find a seat. On Easter Sunday, we expect increased attendance so arriving a little early will be very helpful.

As you pull onto campus look for signs that say, “Guest Parking.” Follow those and they will lead you to special guest parking, which is located adjacent to the fountain area near the main entrance.

Complete the form below to let us know you’re planning to visit!