SERVICES EVERY SUNDAY
South Hills is a brand-new church in the heart of Riverside. Regardless of what you believe about God, your spiritual history, or your church background, you belong here. We know it can be scary and a little bit intimidating to walk into a new church. Rest assured, there are no perfect people allowed here, so all the pressure is off. Just come as you are. At South Hills you’ll find great music, real life conversations, authentic people, and a place your kids will love. We currently meet at the Evergreen Masonic Center located at 5801 Chicago Avenue. Our service is at 10 am. We are saving you a seat and look forward to meeting you.
Jesus claimed he came to help humans live life to the full. A lot of us fill our lives with a lot of things, but don’t necessarily feel like we’re living a full life. What does that even mean? What would that even look like? The Apostle Paul believed knowing how to live stems from knowing who you are. He believed discovering your true self doesn’t happen instantaneously, but incrementally, as you move from one way of living to another, as you follow Jesus from there to here.
Randy leads a band of crazy adventurers who have committed themselves to launching the Riverside campus and making it go. He does the bulk of the teaching at our campus and is passionate about seeing you become all that God created you to be. His teaching is relational, relatable, and applicable to everyday life. Randy and his wife, Hansi, are committed adoption advocates. They have four amazing kids, each with their own beautiful story of adoption. Their life is full of laughter, adventure, and an abnormal connection to Disneyland.
"What I love about South Hills is that you can be yourself. You don’t have to pretend to be someone else, or like you have to have it all together."
"We just moved here so we were new to the area and new to the community. Finding good true friendships and real relationships was hard, and this has just been a place for us to call home."
"I was looking for a sense of community, and since coming to South Hills I have this great sense of friendship. I truly feel like I belong here."