Lent is described as a time of preparation and an opportunity to go deeper with God. This 40 day period is a great time for personal reflection to prepare your heart and mind for Good Friday and Easter Sunday.

Church on the Hill has multiple opportunities for you to be with God during this important time of prayer and reflection in 2023. Check out the opportunities below and we look forward to connecting with you on the Hill!


Join us on the Hill Sunday, April 2 for Palm Sunday. We will start Holy Week by remembering that this Sunday represents “lamb selection day” in the Jewish faith and discussing why that matters in our faith today. We’ll see you at 9:30 am in the Chapel and 11 am in the Worship Center.

Good Friday is the day that we remember the ultimate sacrifice. Jesus died that day, which set in motion a plan that would change everything. We hope you will join us on April 7 for a special Good Friday service in the Chapel at 7 pm. Childcare will be provided for birth-preK.

Holy Week recounts the final days of Jesus’ life leading to the cross. This is the week that Jesus said, “Thy will be done,” as He endured the suffering and shame that He did not deserve. We want to center our hearts around His love through an intentional time of prayer and fasting during Holy Week. 

Whether you have participated in a time of intentional prayer and fasting or this is a completely new concept, we invite you to simply start where you are and experience what God has in store for you over this seven day period. We have designed this experience to be flexible for participation at any level starting April 2. 

You can visit the landing page for more details on Thy Will Be Done: A Holy Week of Prayer and Fasting and additional resources to prepare you. Sign up for the daily text message notifications or download the interactive PDF to guide your week. 

Sometime during Holy Week, over the weekend, or on your own if you are traveling or out of town, you are invited to create what we are calling a holy corridor. A corridor is a pathway or hallway that leads you from one place to another. This material will help lead you from where you are toward the Cross. 

“Thy Will Be Done: A Journey to the Cross” is a powerful, interactive prayer experience designed for you to walk the pathway found in Scripture as you prayerfully consider how Jesus obediently gave himself to the will of God on our behalf AND how his victory over sin and death enables us to live victorious as well. 

This in-person interactive experience will be available Monday, April 3 - Friday, April 7 from 12pm-5pm. You may also experience this journey from 6-8pm on Tuesday, the 4th and Thursday, the 6th. Please enter at "The Block" entrance. Signage will designate the entrance. The Chapel will also be open during these days/hours for anyone seeking a place to pray.

You will need, at least, thirty minutes to fully complete this prayer encounter. 

Questions? Please send an e-mail to

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.