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  • A June Note from Pastor Rich

    Accepting the Challenge  I usually do not do this, but I would like to make a few comments on one of my recent sermons because it holds great importance at this point in history for Northwest Hills Community Church. If you were in church on May 21 (many of the women were gone to the Women’s Retreat) you heard me talk about the fact that we cannot give only part of our lives to God and still maintain a proper relationship with Him. We talked about giving Him only some of our relationsh...

  • Inside Northwest Hills - June

    Macey Elizabeth Paup,14, daughter of Timothy and Carrie Paup, went home to our Lord on May 3, 2017. “Let not your hearts be troubled. Believe in God; believe also in me.

  • A May Note from Pastor Rich

    Hope  “Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness. We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope.” (Martin Luther King, Jr.)We have just passed the Easter season and that always reminds us of “HOPE.” The word in the New Testament that is translated “hope” is elpis and it is used in many different ways. However, allow me to tell you what it means.

  • Inside Northwest Hills - May

    Worship Ministry intern, Justin Jackson (JJ), recently joined our leadership team to help coordinate and serve our volunteer worship teams. His internship is from April through September 3, 2017. Welcome and encourage JJ when you see him on Sundays!Last fall, our Northwest Hills family donated school supplies to Hoover School.

  • An April Note from Pastor Rich

    A Reminder of Grace  I was born on October 1, 1941, a little over two months before the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Some twenty-six years later my in-laws, Pastor John and Ruby Peters became missionaries with The Pocket Testament League out of New Jersey. You say, what is the connection?

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News and Notes

  • Summer Serving in Children's Ministry

    New CM summer volunteers are needed to fill in for the volunteers who serve throughout the school year. Are you willing to serve and care for our kids in three-week shifts over the summer? If so, contact Pastor Curt

  • Summer Service Change

    Starting Sunday, June 25, we will have one service at 10am through the summer months. One family, one summer, one service. 

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