First of all, when you arrive at church, you will be greeted at the front door by one of our church leaders. You may then go ahead into the main area of the church choosing to sit either downstairs, or upstairs in the balcony – feel free to sit wherever you like.
Hill Street Church is a Bible believing church. We believe that God speaks to us through His Word.
During both the Sunday morning and evening services the Bible is explained and taught through the preaching of the Word. We believe that the teaching of the Bible can both teach believers in Christ and speak to those who have not yet come to faith.
We sing using a combination of contemporary and traditional songs with various instruments to accompany. There is no dress code and you will not be expected to give money or join in the singing if you don’t want to. If you’d like more information about what Hill Street is like click here.
A crèche is available for pre–school children. Children of primary school age leave after about 20 minutes of the Sunday morning service to go to Children’s Church.
Our evening service tends to be quite informal but with a strong teaching element. We start at 6.30pm and finish around 7.30pm. After worship tea, coffee and biscuits are served in church. This is a great time to get to know people and catch up with friends from church.
The services in the morning and evening follow a familiar theme from week to week with hymns, songs, prayers, bible readings and a sermon. The minister will preach a sermon, talking to the congregation about some aspect of the Bible, encouraging us to apply what God says to our everyday ordinary lives.
8.30am – Morning Prayer Meeting
10.00am – Young People’s Bible Class
10.15am – Sunday School
11.30am – Morning Worship
6.00pm – Evening Prayer Meeting
6.30pm – Evening Worship
* Our morning service starts at 11am during July and August and our Sunday School and Bible Class take a break over the summer period.
Most people who visit a church for the first time are a little apprehensive. With this in mind, here is some further information to help:
- You can come along, take a seat, listen and leave quietly, if you so choose. You won’t be asked to say or do anything.
- You don’t have to be religious or a Christian to come along. If you have any sort of interest at all then you are more than welcome to come and join with us.
- There is no dress code. Some people dress casually in jeans and t–shirts, some dress smart wearing suits or dresses.
- A collection will be gathered during each service but this is more for the church family to contribute to. Please do not feel under any obligation to give money.