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Children are the new generation of God’s ambassadors on planet earth!  Here at Hillside, we partner with parents in leading their children in a vibrant and Bible-centered relationship with Jesus

Sunday Morning

Service Times

**  Click here  for Sunday, July 12, 2020 children’s lesson **

9:00am Sunday School: Nursery, Pre-K, and K-6th classes available. Pre-K to 6th grade participate in an additional hour of teaching that supplements what is taught during the worship service.

Children’s Church

10:00am Service: Nursery, Pre-K, and K-6th classes available. Nursery and Pre-K classes welcome children in from the onset of service. K-6th grades join their families in the sanctuary during the singing portion of the worship service, and are later dismissed to their age appropriate classes.

Wednesday Nights


AWANA & Path 56 Clubs | September – April; 6:25 – 8:05pm

AWANA stands for: “Approved Workers Are Not Ashamed” getting its meaning from 2 Timothy 2:15 in the Bible. The goal of AWANA is to reach boys and girls with the gospel of Christ and train them to serve Him.

Each age-specific club strives to instill biblical values in children through Bible memory, age appropriate lessons, awards, and fun.

Cubbies – ages 3 & 4
Sparks – K – 2nd graders
Truth & Training – 3rd & 4th graders
Path 56 – 5th & 6th graders


Sports Camp

July 13 – 17 or July 27 – 31

If you registered your child(ren), pick up your kits on Monday, July 13 or Monday, July 27 at the church office between 9:00am – 12:00pm or 4:00pm – 6:00pm

This year Sports Camp will be online! We will still have loads of fun and the whole family can even join in! Not only will we be learning about how to become a team player, we will be learning about God and what He did for us through His Son, Jesus.

Daily Bible and Sports Stories  •  Worship with Motions    Sports Activities    Crafts

You can choose one week or both weeks! (both sessions are the same)

The new daily video will be available beginning at 9:00am each day

Click here to register your children

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