You will find parking in the "lower" or east lot near the front entrance and in the "upper" or west lot. If you need some extra help, you may pull up under the portico in the front and be let off so you don't have to walk so far. We also have a pull off and handicapped entrance reached from the back driveway. Your driver can pull up, let you off and continue on to the "upper" or west parking lot. The upper lot also has handicapped spots, a ramp to the entrance door and an automatic door. Wherever you park or enter, Christ of the Hills strives to be sensitive and accommodating to a variety of needs.
On Sunday morning, as you walk through the main entrance into the Grand Hallway, ask a Greeter to point you to our Welcome Center. You can also walk straight down the hall to the Welcome Center which will be on your left hand side. If you enter from the west parking lot, a Greeter will also direct your to the Welcome Center. Be sure and stop at the Welcome Desk to receive some information about us and a name tag.
God has no dress code. Come as you are for your physical, mental and spiritual comfort. Some wear dresses or suits and ties, business casual or a sport shirt and jeans.
We have a supervised nursery to accommodate children from 3 months to 4 years available during all 3 worship services. At 9 a.m. there is a "One Room Sunday School" class for children ages 5-5th grade, a pre-teen class grades 6-8 and a high school class.
After the 8:40 a.m. service, everyone is welcome to gather in Fellowship Hall for coffee, punch and cookies. This is the perfect time to meet people, enjoy each others company and become acquainted with Christ of the Hills.
Christ of the Hills' Sanctuary is equipped with an Induction Loop Assistive Listening System which will aid those who have Telecoil hearing aid devices. We also have portable headset devices available at the sound booth at the east side of the Sanctuary for anyone who would benefit from some extra amplification during worship.
Communion is incorporated into worship on the first Sunday of each month. We in the United Methodist Church practice "open" communion. The table of Holy Communion is Christ's table, open to anyone who seeks to respond to God's love. The Wesleyan tradition has always recognized that Holy Communion may be an occasion for the reception of converting, justifying, and sanctifying grace. Home Communion is also available for those members who may not be able to attend worship. Please contact the office at 922-4503 if you wish to receive Home Communion.