If you have recently said “Yes” to Jesus for the first time, or if you re-committed your life to Jesus, we are so excited for you! This is such an incredible decision, and we would love to be able to encourage you, answer any questions you might have, and help you get started on that journey!
Baptism is an outward demonstration of an inward transformation. It’s an ancient practice dating back to the early church. When someone decided to devote their life to follow Christ, they invited their friends and family to watch them commemorate their decision by getting dunked in water to symbolize the washing away of their sins.
Being a part of the Kid Nation team is exciting because there are so many ways to impact a child’s life through worship, an intentional conversation, or even a silly game.
Since we are a new community, we haven’t yet launched any student programs. We do have spaces for teenagers to serve in the weekend service or with the younger kids, as well as other events.
Volunteers passionately serving the local church by meeting the needs of our attendees by creating a warm, welcoming, safe and friendly environment where people can be known, make friends and experience God through generous hospitality.
South Hills Worship is a ministry that uses music and creativity to lead people into moments of encouragement, reflection, and acknowledgment of God’s amazing love.
We believe church is less about the hour that we’re together on Sunday morning, and more about the way we live our life the rest of the week. It’s about building relationships. Growth Groups are a great place to connect relationally and grow spiritually with a small group of people who meet regularly during the week.
All throughout scripture we see parents and guardians bringing their children to their place of worship to ask God & their spiritual community to help them raise their kids in a way that reflects their deepest spiritual values. Child Dedications continue today as a public commitment of parents to Godly parenting, by word and example, with an understanding that children are a gift from God and that they belong to him first and foremost.