Sunday Worship

  • Hybrid worship every week!

  • We hold services to include both in person and online worship (via Zoom Meeting + Facebook Live)  at 11:00 am during the school year..

As always,  we ask that anyone who is not vaccinated, is feeling ill, believes they may have been exposed to someone with Covid, or is at increased risk of serious illness, worship with us online.

Information on our policies for gathering in person (with masks, socially distanced…) are available here.

Directions on how to access the Chapel  worship space available HERE.

  • Here are the directions for joining in worship via Zoom (You can also access our live stream from our Facebook page):
  • 1. From your computer you can join the meeting by clicking on this link:
  • That should take you directly to the meeting.  If you have not used Zoom Meeting before you may be asked if you want to download the “Zoom” app.  If you do, be sure to begin a few minutes early as it will take 5-10 minutes to sign up.
  • 2. You can also participate with video from your smartphone by using “One tap mobile” – simply tap on the number below:
  • Using these methods will allow you to see the video feed as well as the audio.
  • 3. If you are okay with just the audio you can dial the old fashioned way by calling this number 1(929) 436-2866 (this will work on a landline as well as a cell phone – long distance charges may apply) and entering the Meeting ID (946 6243 0683) and the password (157016) when asked.

Fall Worship Series: “Come to the Table” with materials from Worship Design Studio and Dr. Marcia McFee

In this series, we hear the call to dine with Jesus — an invitation that means much more than a simple eating experience. It never was with Jesus. The table was the place where he fed people, and also challenged them to acts of hospitality that reflect God’s way. When we say “yes” to the place at Christ’s table, we accept a way of life that embraces God’s definition of love, peace, grace, and joy. Let us celebrate the depth of communion to which we are called.

Sept. 3             The Table of Hospitality          Romans 12:9-21
Jesus’ lesson at the last supper was clear: the meal of the kin-dom of God is for ALL. Saints, strangers, those who persecute and betray you, those who are joyful and those who weep.

Sept. 10           The Table of Love          Romans 13:8-14        KICK-OFF SUNDAY
Jesus often confounded those for whom acceptance was conditional — those who required specific laws be followed “or else.” The litmus test for Jesus was simply love.

Sept. 17           The Table of Peace       Romans 14:10-12 and Matthew 18:21-22
We welcome each other at the table even when we disagree. Coming to tables of peacemaking is hard work. We are called to sit down and find merciful ways to deal with one another despite our differences.

Sept. 24           The Table of Grace                  Matthew 20:1-16
God decides how much to give and gives more than we can ever imagine; more grace than we expect. In the face of such abundance, we are called to be generous as God is generous.

Oct. 1                  The Table of Joy                      Philippians 2:1-4
We celebrate our common communion table with people all over the world. Through the Spirit, we are brought together and no matter how we got there, believing in the host of this Table makes our joy complete!

Intergenerational Worship 

HCC has a long legacy of welcoming children and providing education, fellowship, and service opportunities for all ages.  In an effort to meet the needs of parents today, we offer a Children’s Worship Space. We want children to feel welcome, a deep sense of belonging, and invited to participate in worship right along with their families.
Our hope in creating a Children’s Worship Space is that families will be able to worship together, each person actively engaged and participating as developmentally appropriate. We expect parents to sit with their children, helping their children worship as they are able, modeling their own faith in the process. Books, soft toys and art supplies are available to help children reflect and respond, as they absorb the sights and sounds of the worshipping community. This area is up in front, so that children can see and hear and feel included and involved in our worship. Other items to help children worship are available throughout our space. Our hope is that HCC will continue to be warm and welcoming, and will continue to support children and families as they seek to grow in faith. 

11:00 AM Worship

“Let us come before him with thanksgiving, and extol him with music and song.” – Psalms 95:2

Worship at Heights Christian Church is a joyous, meaningful, interactive experience. We celebrate with different music styles, all praising and glorifying God.

Lay leaders play a major part in worship; they lead the opening litany, proclaim the Word, and a child lights the Peace Candle at the beginning of the service. Ordained elders lead the weekly celebration of the Lord’s Supper .

Dr. Kate helps us understand what Scripture means to our lives by delivering a Bible-based message with implications for daily life each week.

We hope that you will worship with us at 11:00 am this Sunday!