HCC is open for Worship Services on Sundays at 10:00 am.
Face masks and social distancing is required inside the building.
As we express our love to God and to others, we believe that it changes our perspective of the world around us.
By spending time with others growing in our love for God, we learn and understand how Jesus reacted and responded to the world around Him.
Serving causes us to focus our attention on others around us. We begin to see the world through the eyes of Jesus and react and respond with grace and empathy.
By HCC’s Park
A Blessing Box is available for those in need. Located by the playground on HCC’s campus.
Donations for the Blessing Box are always welcome.
HCC’s COVID Response Document
Click the button below to view the response process.
By HCC’s Park
Little Library is open for all with books for the young and the adults. Free to take and enjoy.
Donate books for others to pick out and read.
Sometimes we just feel like we’re missing out on something, and most of us don’t want to miss out – which is why FOMO (fear of missing out) has gained traction in the identity of a generation. If one of life’s greatest fears is the fear of missing out, it’s good to know the story God wants to write with our lives can be more than FOMO.
Catch the HCC Gathering Video
Sunday, April 11, 2021
#FOMO Part 1