Online Service

Stay connected while we are separate

Sunday Morning

With Covid-19 still affecting daily life and routine, and some businesses and entities in WA reopening slowly, Hills Church board of overseers has decided to begin very limited in-person gatherings on Sunday mornings. Right now, our gatherings are only open to those currently attending a Hills Church small group. No kids' program is provided, although older children may join us, and those with underlying health issues are encouraged to continue to watch from home.

Our staff have implemented new social distancing guildelines and seating in our auditorium to adhere with state requirements, facemasks are required for all members in attendance in-person, and cleaning standards have been revised to mitigate the spread of germs.

While we are meeting on a very limited basis, the goal is to find ways to safely meet together as the church, and prepare for the next phase of reopening when we can invite friends and others in our community to worship together and hear about Jesus and the Gospel.  We would love for you to continue to join us for a Sunday gathering online if you're not currently in a small group, or able to be with us in person.

We will begin live-streaming our gatherings each Sunday at 11:00am. View the embedded link below, and know that we are eager to see you again in the near future, and are praying that Jesus will meet you right where you are.

Kids' Curriculum

We know that in these days of being separate, our children are affected too. Each Sunday we provide a short curriculum for parents to help encourage, teach, and enjoy with their kids.

8.02.2020 - I am a Child of God, I will be humble.

5/2020 -
kids notes printout

Ways to continue to Give

If you're devoted to Hills Church you can continue to bring your regular tithe by mailing it to Hills Church offices (125 SE Spring St., Suite 200, Pullman), by use your banks bill-pay option, or by using tithe.ly from our website here (or downloading their app here.)

The word vista means “a pleasing view,” and often implies needing to fix our eyes on it in the distance. In this life, there is nothing more necessary or wonderful than looking to Jesus in all matters of belief and practice. It is our hope that, as a church, we would do this with great passion!