How our Sundays Look:
This intimate gathering is held downstairs in a casual setting. Musically, we keep it simple with only piano accompaniment. After the sermon there is an opportunity for questions, comments and discussion. We celebrate communion every Sunday.
9 & 11 AM
These blended services are held in the sanctuary. Musically, you will experience a wide variety of instrumentation and songs from traditional hymns to contemporary selections. The choir sings anthems most Sundays during the school year. Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month.
The same sermon is presented at all services.
Children's programs are available at 9:00 and 11:00am.
Join us between the 9 & 11 a.m. services for a time of connecting with the Hillside Community!
Enjoy free coffee that helps various ministries that Hillside supports.
Stop by and try the pastries from Huckleberry Kitchen! This kitchen in Lafayette creates job opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities!
Adult Christian Education Classes
9:00 AM - Seminary For Everyone - Kid's Connection Hall. Taught by Tyler Watson beginning April 8.
The Psalms: This Peculiar Marvel
Have you ever wondered if some prayers are off limits? Have you ever felt like prayer is as matter of bringing your absolute best to God, leaving aside your anger, fears, resentments? Have you ever been scandalized by the honesty of the prayers in the Bible? Historically, the people of Israel and the Church have used the Book of Psalms as their prayer guide and hymnal. The psalms have much to teach us about prayer if we simply slow down and allow their poetry to usher us into a world that deals directly with the joys and sorrows of life, as well as the God who is immediately available. For six weeks we will study and pray different types of psalms together.
April 8: Introduction, Psalms as Poetry
April 15: Psalms as Prayers
April 22: Psalms of Praise
April 29: Psalms of Lament
May 6: Psalms of Thanksgiving
May 13: Final Thoughts
11:00 AM - Immerse: Reading Through the New Testament - Multi-Purpose Room. Beginning April 8.
Have you ever wondered why the New Testament was written? How it was written? For whom? And would the answers to these questions change how we read Scripture today? As we read through the New Testament together, this class will set the stage for each week's reading. Our team of teachers will help us learn about the authors, the people for whom the text was written, and the cultural context of the writings. Spending time understanding the struggles and experiences of the people who first read (and heard) these texts will help enhance the reading of the Scripture.
April 8 Luke: Taught by Jenny Trees
April 15 Acts and 1 & 2 Thessalonians: Taught by Jack and Jennie LaSalle
April 22 1 & 2 Corinthians, Galatians, Romans: Taught by Carolyn Reed
April 29 Philemon, Colossians, Ephesians, Philippians, 1 Timothy, Titus, 2 Timothy: Taught by Floyd Roseberry
May 6 Mark, 1 & 2 Peter, Jude: Taught by Jane DeYoung
May 13 Matthew: Taught by Becky Garner
May 20 Hebrews, James: Taught by Bob Fry
May 27 John, 1, 2 & 3 John, Revelation: Taught by Sarah Ago