Sunday Morning Services

On Sunday Mornings our multi-generational community gathers for Worship at 10am, to celebrate where we have seen Christ at work during the past week and share where we long to see Christ at work in the coming week. You are invitied to join us, share in our discoveries, receive what God offers us all, and join in Christ's mission to care for and heal the world. 

Sunday morning worship is the central activity of the Church and we welcome all who want to come and join us. We gather in the Sanctuary at 10 am each week and would love to see you.


Our style is traditional yet informal, reverent while personable, focused on God and open to one another. Scripture centers our worship in Christ Jesus and God's presence and purpose in this world. We sing songs from many traditions and ages: old time hymns, meditative chants, contemporary music or big anthems. We take the time to share where we have seen Christ at work during the past week and where we long to see him work in the coming week. 


Bottom line is: worship is the way we keep our lives and our hearts centered in who Christ is and how we want to live our lives in ways that show his love and purposes in this world. We know we need to keep working at that each week with others who share the same dream. Join us if that is something you want in your life as well. Or just call to get more information. we'd love to hear from you.

Children in Worship

Our worship is multi-generational, with people of all ages as full participants. We have child care for the youngest children while we welcome children to remain in the Sanctuary for the entire service. 


There are several special ways we invite children to participate: we have a Children's Message; a time for children to gather at a special table in the Sanctuary to do crafts designed to support the Sermon; children may also pick up an Activity bag to use in their seats; and are invited to receive the Lord's Supper. 

We also invite all children to play in the percussion choir on the final song of the service.


To find out about other ways children can particiapte in the ministry contact Barb in the church office.



Communion is something that Jesus began the night before he died as a way for his followers to remember and participate in his death on the cross. At Hilliard Presbyterian, we celebrate communion together every week after the message. We welcome all Christians who actively trust Jesus for salvation, who are willing to turn away from their sin to receive communion with us. Each week, families and groups of friends come forward and serve each other a small bit of bread and wine as a way of participating in and identifying with the body and blood of Jesus.