We can’t wait to re:unite with you all!
Check out our 4-phase plan for re:turning to in-person weekly worship.
We’ve got GOOD news! Re:turning to in-person worship has been going extremely well. We are so proud of how you’ve adapted to this new way of life. You’re remembering those around you and caring for your neighbor. Keep it up! Due to an increase in demand, we’ve now opened up the 11:30am service at our NRH Campus. However, there will not be Kids Ministry available at this time. If you do not need childcare, we would love for you to please attend this service, and allow more room for our young families at the 10:00am service.
North Richland Hills- 8:30 (a cappella), 10:00 & 11:30am
Southlake- 9:00 & 10:45am
West Fort Worth- 9:00 & 10:45am
Online- 8:30 (a cappella), 10:00 & 11:30am
We must work together in order to worship together. The Hills Church is working to create the safest environments possible and we'll need your help when we re:turn to in-person worship services.
Kids programming will resume October 4. Kids Bible Study Groups will be provided during weekend worship services for every child through 5th grade.
We’re committed to creating a hospitable and safe environment for everyone. The following list contains some of the extra sanitation measures we’re implementing to ensure safety.
- Hand sanitizer stations will be readily accessible throughout our facilities
- Doors will be held open by volunteers to minimize the need to touch surfaces
- We will have intentional spacing between rows and seats in our worship centers
- Surfaces and seats will be regularly disinfected with CDC-approved cleaners
- We will not pass communion or offering trays. Instead, we will use individually-package communion elements and offering stations.
As followers of Jesus, there are certain steps we can take out of love for our neighbors so we all can stay healthy.
- Practice social distancing. Do your best to keep six feet apart.
- Wear a mask. We’re happy to provide one if you forget yours.
- Keep your hands clean. Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer frequently.
- Limit physical contact. Please avoid handshakes and hugs.
- Avoid gathering. Please exit promptly at the conclusion of service.
While we’d love to see everyone, Governor Abbott and the C.D.C recommend certain populations remain at home when possible. Please consider continuing to worship online if any the following conditions apply to you.
- You are over the age of 65
- You are at-risk or have a compromised immune system
- You are pregnant, breastfeeding, or the parent of a newborn
- You are more comfortable worshiping at home
For your safety and the safety of others, please worship online and do not attend in person if any of the following apply to you:
- You are sick or have a cough
- Someone in your household is sick
- You have been exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19
No. Any public location where people gather includes an inherent risk of exposure to the virus. Adding safety procedures and enhanced sanitation measures will lower the risk but it will never completely eliminate it.