Church of the Living Dead

Latest Message from . November 10, 2016.

Worship Time: Sunday, 11:00 am

Adult Sunday School 9:30am

Volunteer Opportunities



There are multiple avenues for growth and service within Adult Life ministries at Hillcrest. Becoming a disciple of Jesus is transforming, inside and out, into a reflection of Him. By communing together we learn, grow, serve, share, and worship.


Hillcrest loves all children! We create a nurturing environment encouraging growth, service, fun, involvement, and Biblical education.


Our second-to-none music ministry assists worship in an extremely powerful way. We value and celebrate common unity in Christ whether it be with a soft solo, a dramatic four-part contemporary hymn from the Hillcrest choir, a youth instrumental solo, or traditional song from our hymnal.


Hillcrest is committed to helping each follower of Jesus find his or her way and fulfilling the Lord’s Great Commission to “go make disciples of all nations.”

Upcoming Events

What’s New

Vacation Bible School – Aids Nepal!

With 85 kids attending, Hillcrest had an exciting week! …  The special mission project promoted at VBS was a collection of items for the Gift of the Heart Kits for the victims of the earthquake in Nepal.  The following items were collected:  116 washcloths, 6 hand towels, 46 boxes of band-aids, 145 bars of soap, and 198 toothbrushes  for the kits. We praise God for the opportunity to be of service to the community here and in the world.

Activities At-A-Glance…

Ever feel like you’re on the outskirts of Hillcrest? Do you want to join in, but apprehensive to learn more? Hillcrest has compiled an Activities Flyer to acclimate you to all of the fun, spiritual, educational gatherings that we offer. Join in!


Stop In and See the Nursery Upgrades

New paint, furniture and toys..Nice work!

Our Angel Dyllan

Dyllan Botti earned his angel wings to fly to Heaven. Our God will bless and keep him by his side. Please continue prayers of comfort for his family.

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