Every Sunday @ 11am
Sunday Morning Worship
Our classic Sunday morning service combines relevant biblical preaching, great music, and space for prayer.
We worship God joyfully, engagingly, intelligently, and intergenerationally.
There is street parking available all around the church.
There is no dress code – come just as you are. We tend to be a casual bunch.
Yes! We begin worship as a full intergenerational community. After the youth message, children in 5th grade and below are welcome (but not required) to go downstairs to Sunday School or child care.
No. We don’t invite you to Hillside for your money. We want our worship to be a gift to you.
That said, we’ve never turned down a donation! 😉
No, you sure don’t. We do have a free gift for each guest available in the entryway.
Yes! At Hillside we celebrate communion on the first Sunday of every month. We believe that communion is a representation of Jesus’ radical, inclusive love. If you have a desire to know or experience this love, you are welcome to come forward and participate.
Dinner Church is on hiatus for the fall
Dinner Church is like no church service you’ve been to before. Rather than gathering in pews, we gather around good food, good music, and great conversation.
Think worship meets Thanksgiving dinner.
Traditional worship services aren’t for everyone. For some, connecting with God is easiest to do in an intimate setting and in the midst of deep conversations. That’s exactly the kind of space we are looking to create at dinner church.
While gathering around a table in Christian fellowship is as old as the religion itself, Hillside’s dinner church service is an offshoot of Simple Church in Grafton, MA. Simple Church’s entire worship life revolves around this inspired model of worship.
No! Soup and bread are always provided. If you have time to whip up a delectable side dish – we certainly won’t stop you!
Yes. Dinner Church is a fun and beautiful experience. When there are enough youth we set up a special table so that they can engage in the experience in their own way while the adults have more in depth conversations.