What to expect on a Sunday
Whether you worship in the Sanctuary or in the Hill via simulcast, Sunday morning worship at Hillcrest is intentionally multigenerational, welcoming, and Christ-centered.
Using the Bible as our guide, each service features relevant and engaging preaching, a well-conceived liturgy, the best of hymnody led by excellent organ playing, and the best of Christian contemporary music led by our worship teams
The Hillcrest congregation values Sunday evening worship and gathers at 5:00 pm each week for a time of praying, sharing, singing, preaching, and confessing Biblical creeds.
Limit the use of cell phones/computers. Perhaps you take a break from “social media”…get off of Facebook and seek His Face…quit “tweeting” and start journaling…take a break from texting and get into THE TEXT of the Bible…quit “searching” the internet and ask the Spirit to search your own soul.
Is “March Madness” really worth your time?
Netflix…Amazon Prime…Hulu…”regular” TV…will they miss you if you take a break from watching this entertainment?
You can find other things online about Christian ministry, the plight of the poor around the world, other wholesome topics that will challenge your awareness of what God is doing in the world.
Category 3…physical health
Is there something harmful you could stop eating?
Is there something that’s not necessarily bad to eat, but something you enjoy that you could refrain from? Your hunger/thirst for that might remind you of your need to be hungry/thirsty for God.
Is there a mild form of fitness training (walking, for example) that you could do either by yourself or with others. And as you did this, perhaps it becomes part of your time of listening to God’s Voice.
Category 4…time alone with God
Most Christians struggle with having a consistent time alone with God to meditate on Scripture and have a time of prayer. Let this window of time be your season to ingrain this habit into your daily life.