Do you need help for life's hurts?
Sunny Hills Church is here to listen and support you. We’ll help you connect with others to get the care you need.
Sunny Hills is a safe and caring place to investigate Jesus.
KIDSSunny Hills knows how hard it is to keep little ones interested in Church. That’s why our KIDLight ministry is so popular! Parents have the choice of keeping their kids with them in “big church” or sending them to Sunday School to learn about Jesus in a way that’s fun for them. Quality nursery and preschool care is also provided.
MUSICThe music at Sunny Hills is fresh and modern. We sing the latest stuff from popular artists like Chris Tomlin and Hillsong. You can participate in a way that works for you … tapping along to the tune, singing out loud, or volunteer to join the praise team, it’s up to you.
PRIVACYVisiting a church for the first time can feel awkward. That’s why we never introduce guests or visit people at home without permission. You get to decide how much information you share with us and how you’d like for us to interact with you. We’re friendly, but not too pushy. Relax, you’re safe here.
SNACKSOur doughnuts and coffee are usually ready by 9:00 a.m. The service begins at 9:30 and lasts for one hour. You can come early, or stay late to hang out with some new friends. Grab a doughnut (or one of our healthier options) and enjoy a few smiles with us.
We are in the process of gathering information about our next staff member, and we need your help. Please plan to participate in one of our discussion desserts planned for next week: Sunday, Feb. 11 at church with Janelle at noon. Monday, Feb. 12 at Colene's home at...
Please use caution when making travel decisions during winter weather. We will have our regular morning service at 9:30 am.
We're delighted to present our 2017 Christmas Musical on Sunday morning, December 17. The musical is a blend of old and new songs, congregational favorites (to sing along!), and dialog that tells the beauty of what God did for us by sending His one and only Son that...
This mass shooter stuff is so terrible to comprehend. How can we make sense of it? The sermon on October 8, 2017 will address this issue, and I encourage you to view it or listen to it when you can. When I think about making sense of some terrible thing I kind of...