Welcome to His House
What are your services like?
When you arrive, you can expect to be greeted by a smiling face and a friendly handshake. Ushers will be available to direct you to the worship center, HH Kidz area, and other parts of the facility. While services vary from week to week, all of them are comprised of two primary elements: powerful corporate worship and a life-changing message. There will typically be a welcome at the beginning of the service from one of our staff, and a time to respond to the message at the end. We have a time of giving to contribute to the vision and expenses of the church. This is only for members and frequent attenders; as a visitor, please don’t feel obligated to contribute.
What about my kids?
At HH Kidz, the children’s experience is catered to their specific age, from birth through fifth grade. In HH Kidz, your child will experience engaging age- appropriate teaching, music, and activities all directing your child toward a daily relationship with Christ. HH Kidz is staffed by dedicated volunteers who will be there week after week to care for and love your child. We utilize a check-in system that ensures a safe environment for children. All HH Kidz staff and volunteers are dedicated to the spiritual growth of each child. Our job is to teach, nurture, and “train up a child in the way he should go, knowing that when he is old he will not depart from it” (Proverbs 22:6)
Anything for students?
HH Student Ministries has multiple opportunities for students sixth grade through twelfth grade to get involved and is dedicated to connecting the heart of your student to the heart of God. Our weekly service, 6:37, includes teaching that is relevant and applicable to a student's life and hands-on interaction with staff and volunteers. Students are encouraged to participate in small groups where they will build relationships with their peers, develop accountability and grow together in their relationship with Christ. During the weekend, we encourage students to take part in the service with their parents.