A note from Pastor Brad:
Dear Hillcrest,

These past few weeks have been difficult for us all as we've had to adjust to the many changes we've encountered as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Some of us may be experiencing a sense of isolation, loneliness, sadness, and perhaps even weariness as we wait and wonder when things will begin to open up again. I want you to know that the Pastoral Staff at Hillcrest are aware of this and acknowledge that none of this has been normal. We are continuing to pray for you and your family as we navigate through this unusual time together.

The Governing Board and Pastoral Staff have already begun to develop a
Re-gathering Plan . Please be assured that we are as eager to re-gather with you in worship, prayer, study, and service as you are, but we are also acutely aware of the need to take certain precautions along the way. We intend to announce our re-gathering timeframe shortly. In the meantime, thank you for your patience and prayers as we seek to make wise and intentional decisions that protect the health and well-being of our whole congregation.
Brad Bergfalk
Interim Lead Pastor
Give help by giving food!
Join us in this city-wide effort along with other local churches to help meet the needs of families experiencing food insecurity. Just drop off preassembled food donations ( shopping list ) to Hillcrest's front parking lot and we'll deliver them to our ministry partner, Freedom Fire Ministries , who will distribute them to families in their area.
Watch online this Sunday at 10 AM as we continue our sermon series with Nate Severson. This week's message will explore what Scripture has to say about being unhurried enough to care.
Join the conversation with Nate after this Sunday's service at 11 AM to discuss the morning sermon online. It's a great time to connect with others from home. Learn how to meet through Zoom here .