Baptism Sunday

Thursday, 29 May 2014 by

We’ve got a big event coming up in a few weeks at Heights on Father’s Day, June 15th. We’re going to celebrate together God’s Grace in people’s lives. We’re baptizing! Why do we baptize? Because Jesus called us to baptize everyone who has given their life to Him, an outward sign of what God is

A Diary of Private Prayer

Wednesday, 28 May 2014 by

Eternal Father of my soul, let my first thought today be of Thee, let my first impulse be to worship Thee, let my first speech be Thy name, let my first action be to kneel before Thee in prayer… So, begins the first prayer of thirty days of turning one’s face to God as guided

Youth Service Slide Show

Wednesday, 21 May 2014 by

We are so proud of our students and thankful to God for them!  They are not the Church in training, but the Church today. Leave a comment below sharing how much you appreciated them. Here are some pictures below to help celebrate what God did through them:

Hebrew Poetry!

Thursday, 15 May 2014 by

If you are like me you weren’t exactly thrilled in school when the teacher would announce that the class would be spending the next six weeks reading poetry. Compared to the adventures of Huck Finn poetry can seem hard to connect with, even harder to understand. Many of today us find ourselves reacting in a

We are introducing a new song this Sunday called Cornerstone.  If you want to get a head start on learning it, here is a video which has it and its lyrics.  Enjoy and I will see you Sunday to begin our week with worship!  

I have to confess, I never thought I would stand in front of an abortion clinic for the sake of Christ.  I was never against, in fact I am for it, but it just was not me.  It was somebody else’s calling. During March,  HCPC engaged in a yearly ministry called 40 days of life,

Update from the Windy City

Thursday, 01 May 2014 by

In the next few weeks, we will be posting some updates from our friends the Drypolchers. They are currently serving Jesus in the great city of Chicago. Here is the first update from Peter  Drypolcher: We live in the midst of people speaking dozens of languages. So to relate to people in their mother tongue,