SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP
Online worship is every Sunday at 8:30 am and available on demand after here.
In person worship has resumed as of May 23, 2021 at 10am.
Pleasant Hill Presbyterian is comprised of people from various backgrounds, viewpoints and beliefs. During Sunday morning worship we gather together as one body, a community with faith in Christ. Our services include heartfelt liturgies, a time of prayer, congregational singing, scripture readings and a sermon.
The Holy Sacrament of Communion is observed on the first Sunday of each month. Baptisms occur throughout the year when families make a request to a pastor and the PHPC Session.
The congregation also gathers for special services such as Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Blue Christmas, Services of Healing, and Christmas Eve.
CHILDREN ARE WELCOME at PHPC!
Children are a vital part of the body of Christ, and we are glad they are here. If you would like your children to remain in worship with you for the entire service, we are happy to have them present. Our nursery is available for infants ages 0-2 in the nursery. Following the Children’s Sermon, you may walk your children ages 3 (potty trained)-K to Play and Praise in the Fellowship Hall, where they will play and praise their way through the remainder of the service. The Prayground will remained closed until further notice, but Worship Journals and Bags will be available to all children. Worship Journals can be picked up in the narthex before you enter the sanctuary, and Worship Bags will be distributed following the children’s sermon. These bags contain items which help kids engage with parts of the service.
Through two millennia of Christian worship, a certain cycle of festivals and seasons has emerged and is now recognized and observed throughout the ecumenical church. God’s work of redemption in Jesus Christ offers the Church a central pattern for ordering worship in relationship to significant occasions in the life of Jesus and of the people of God.” Learn more about the days and seasons that the Church observes during the Christian year by clicking here.