Do you need help for life's hurts?

“Celebrate Recovery” is a group ministry for people who want to connect with others who will listen and help you enjoy the blessings of Matthew 5:1-12.

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KIDS

Sunny 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.

MUSIC

The 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.

PRIVACY

Visiting 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.

SNACKS

Our 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.

The latest news from our blog page:

“Thank You” from Rhonda

Here is a very nice thank you note we received from Rhonda: “Dear Church Family, Thank you so, so very much for your very generous gift – I’m still amazed that you would pour out such a huge blessing on me. I will try to use the money you gave me...

Settle It, and Be Blessed.

1 Corinthians 6:1-13 talks about how to settle disputes among Christians. It’s a pretty shocking method that is selected, considering how litigious our society has become. Paul suggests (strongly!) that we take our disputes to the local church for settlement...

Dean Smith, Carolina coach, dies.

News came today that the “Dean” of college basketball, Dean Smith, has passed away. ESPN reported that … “In a career that spanned more than 40 years, Smith coached the likes of Michael Jordan and James Worthy and influenced the game and how it...

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