Our Worship Gathering

Our Worship Gathering

Worship is about connecting. Connecting to God, connecting to His word and teachings, and connecting to your neighbor as you navigate your spiritual journey together. Worship at North Hills Community Baptist Church provides an open and community-minded setting to find those connections and explore your relationship with Jesus. Each Sunday morning, we gather together for a blended worship service to listen to the scripture, hear the Pastor’s message, and respond through prayer, song and offering.

Sunday Service Times

Regular Schedule (Sunday after Labor Day to second Sunday in June)

  • Sunday School for All Ages – 9:45 a.m.
  • Worship – 11:00 a.m.

Current Schedule (June – August)

  • Worship – 10:00 a.m.

What to Expect on Sunday

What is a blended service?
At North Hills Community Baptist Church, we consider our blended service to be a mix between traditional and contemporary – through our music, message and environment.
Is there a dress code?
No, we invite you to come as you are and feel comfortable.
What kinds of music will be played?
During our service, we play a variety of music – from praise songs with our band to traditional hymns and an organ. We have a talented choir and also have several smaller choir groups and special music individuals. Learn more on our Music Ministry page
Do you offer communion?
We offer communion on the first Sunday of each month. At North Hills Community Baptist Church, we believe in open communion. If you believe in Jesus Christ as your savior and are living in love with your brothers and sisters in Christ, we invite you to participate.
Can I bring my kids?
Yes! We have paid staff and volunteers to assist with childcare during Sunday School and worship. Younger children can stay in the Nursery (birth to two-years old) and Toddler Room (two- to three-years old) during the service. Children’s Church (age 4 to grade 2) follows the Children’s Story during worship. Our volunteers provide a brief lesson and activity during the remainder of the church service. Please note that all volunteers must provide us with background clearances before they are able to work with children at our church.
How long is the service?
The service begins at 11:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary and lasts about one hour. Following the service, the congregation is invited to greet the Pastor and lay leaders in the back of the church, and then many gather in the Community Cafe or lobby to socialize with friends and family.

Online Worship

NHCBC is back to safely worshipping together in-person. However, we will continue to stream our service online at www.youtube.com/users/NHCBC/live.

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