WELCOME TO SOUTH HILLS CORONA
We’ve had the privilege of loving & serving the great city of Corona for over 19 years. Our heart is to be the sort of church where everyone is welcome—regardless of what they look like, where they’ve been, or what they believe. You won’t find a lot of religious rhetoric here. What you will find is a diverse group of imperfect people waking up to what it looks like to live & love like Jesus in the here & now. But don’t take our word for it. Come & see for yourself. We’ll have a cup of hot coffee & some fresh-made donut holes waiting for you.
If you’ve ever thumbed through a Gideon Bible at a hotel, you may have noticed that it’s divided into two sections, or testaments, the old and new. The New Testament begins with the story of Jesus, who uses this word “new” a lot. He interprets old, familiar passages of Scripture in revolutionary, new ways and turns the religious community upside down. He spoke of a new covenant, a new commandment, and a new way of living. What do these things mean? And how do they have the potential to change everything?
CAMPUS PASTOR: ADAM SMITH
Adam leads the staff & speaks live most weekends in Corona. His quirky, story-driven approach to Scripture has this disarming way of getting you to think, laugh & question what it means to be human. He & his wife, Gretchen, spend a disproportionate amount of their home life huddled around a teal kitchen island with their three small children—talking, laughing, eating & dancing (and after their kids are in bed, binge-watching Netflix & eating the secret ice cream they’ve hidden in the back of the freezer).
"Great place to feel love and praise God. No judging just genuine, selfless giving. My favorite destination all week is Sunday at South Hills."
"Love South Hills! Excited to become part of their community! Very welcoming!"
"This church has changed our lives around and it is continuing to change it for the better. We never thought we would find so much love in one place and devotion to serve and care for others. God is wonderful and I am blessed that he has brought my husband and I to this place."