Simply put, a worship service at Orchard Hill is made up of ordinary people coming to together to bring honor to an extraordinary God.
When worshiping at Orchard Hill you will find people from many different walks of life who have experienced the love of God in many different ways. That’s the beautiful thing about Christians gathering together or “going to church.” We gather to experience God and engage with other people through singing, praying, and hearing God’s word. Worship services at Orchard Hill do not fit a particular mold—the goal is not to be contemporary, traditional, cutting edge, or old school. As a church we want to be passionate and authentic in our worship of the One who made us and sustains us.
We hope you will join us sometime and experience the power of God’s Spirit in worship through His people. It’s definitely something extraordinary!
What to Expect
What Time Should I Arrive?
During the COVID-19 season, the doors open at 9:50 AM with the worship service beginning at 10:00 AM. For everyone’s safety we just ask that you go directly to your seats and not linger in the lobby.
Where Do I Go When I Arrive?
What If I Sit in Someone Else’s Seat?
What Should I Wear?
Will I Be Required to Give Anything?
How Long Will I Be There?
Our services usually last about one hour. During this COVID-19 season, we are asking everyone attending to not linger in the lobby after the service, but join together outside for fellowship.
What About My Kids?
Orchard Hill offers secure nurseries (KidzCare) for infants and toddlers, but you are welcome to keep your children with you in the worship center. Of course, they might have more fun in the nursery. We do have children’s ministry for preschool – 5th grade. Just bring your kids to the Kids Wing before the service begins. At this time, masks are required. If you are not comfortable having your kids attend children’s ministry, we do have bags available with activities inside for them.
What If I Have More Questions?
Well, if you are reading this on a Sunday morning, your best bet is to come on over to the church and ask one of the people with nametags….they will be happy to help you! If, on the other hand, you are reading this Monday through Friday, you may want to call us or send us an email.