What To Expect
Have you ever witnessed a family reunion?
That's what worship at Hilltop United Methodist Church is like. Grandpa and grandma holding hands while their granddaughter sits on their lap. All of them are smiling because their daughter and her teenage son are playing and singing in the worship band.
Coming to worship at Hilltop is all about coming home. It's about hugs. It's about "How are you?" It's about smiles - and occasionally a few tears.
If you are looking for a quiet place to contemplate your relationship with God, we'll have moments in the service that will speak to you. But for the most part, Hilltop is pretty pumped up about their journey with God and about getting our whole church family together on Sunday morning. To be honest with you, we can get a little loud at times. Especially when we're greeting each other or lifting our voices in praise to our Living God!
What kind of music do we play? Whatever kind of music deepens our walk with God. You'll hear traditional hymns. You'll hear praise songs. Sometimes, you'll gospel songs or camp songs. We even occasionally open our hearts to God via dance and drama.
We are a diverse bunch around here, and that goes for clothes as well. Some dress up by wearing a suit or a beautiful dress, but just as many wear blue jeans and a t-shirt. Wear whatever makes you feel comfortable, and know that whatever you wear, you won't be judged. After all, it's your heart that matters!
WORSHIP AND FELLOWSHIP
- 5:00 PM - Worship
- 8:45 AM - Worship
- 9:45 - 10:30 AM - Coffee Fellowship
- 9:30 - 10:15 AM - Sunday School (Sept. - May)
- 10:30 AM - Worship
Each of our worship services are designed to do one thing: encounter the living, breathing, healing, and loving spirit of God. We want worship to touch your hearts, to move you, and inspire you. You may enter our worship service bruised and broken, but we pray that you'll leave changed and inspired to live your life in the arms of our loving God.
Expect the Unexpected
Palm Sunday is a special day at Hilltop. We begin the day with a parade of palms walking through the Hilltop neighborhood lead by a donkey and/or lambs. Sometimes they even visit us during worship.