March 15, 2021- Bishop David Bard released a pastoral letter in response to Gov. Tim Walz's announcement about new statewide COVID-19 mitigation measures. Bishop Bard stated that the conference is not going to change the dial on the Phased Re-Gathering Plan, but plans to do so right after Easter, barring a new surge in cases. Read Bishop Bard's letter HERE.
Hilltop’s leadership made the decision to remain closed for in-person worship through Mother’s Day (May 9, 2021). Worship will remain online only until that date. Hilltop plans to return to return to in-person worship with a new outdoor service on May 9 (Mother’s Day), so that we can safely gather and sing.
We worship each Sunday at 10:30 am. Join the live stream HERE. If you are new, we would love to connect with you! We will make a donation to a local mission partner in our community when you fill out a Connect Card. Pledges and offerings can be mailed to the church or you can Give Online.
Connect with other members following Sunday worship via video conferencing. Click HERE to join.
This is not a class or a study. It is everyone in the church placed into a circle with a coordinator who will be connecting with everyone in their circle. This new ministry is launching February 2021.
As a church, we realize that students need older generations to model faith and pray for them. The Prayer Partners initiative will match students with same-gender prayer partners from our congregation. Students can count on their prayer partner to periodically ask for prayer requests and to pray for the student weekly. There is no expectation or plan to meet face-to-face. This partnership is intended to last for one school year, but partners may choose to continue longer.
Wednesday Youth Group
Confirmation students and the RISE youth group meet at the church every Wednesday from 7:30-8:30 pm. If you have questions, please contact Jocelin at firstname.lastname@example.org.