WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT?
Warm friendly people, engaging relevant music and worship, God’s word to be preached in a compelling way and an opportunity to meet God. You’ll be encouraged and maybe even challenged, but that’s ok.
Expect God. We can’t change lives but Jesus can. We expect the presence of God in all of our meetings! Where God is present there is joy, healing, hope and life. We come together to meet with and worship the Creator of the universe and to be changed by Him.
Expect Honesty. You don’t have the time to go to a fake religious ceremony, neither do we. Every sermon is real and honest. All teaching at Dixie Hills is from the Bible and from real life. We all need truth not gimmicks and hype.
Expect Love. At Dixie Hills you will be loved no matter what. You can be yourself. City, country, black, white, rich, poor, young and old, are all a part of Dixie Hills. We all find our identity and commonality at the foot of the cross.
What should I wear?
Whatever you normally wear. From men in business attire, to shorts and sandals, all are welcome. Typically, people are dressed casually.
Will I be pushed to do something I don’t want to do?
No, you’re our guest. You will not be pushed to do anything you don’t want to do. We will not make you stand up in front of everybody as a first-time guest or introduce yourself. There are a lot of great people to meet and a lot of great things happening on a Sunday morning, but the level of your participation will be totally up to you.
Where do I go?
It can be confusing and scary not knowing where to go the first time you visit a church. Our goal is to make your visit with us as comfortable and as easy as possible. If you are attending one of our worship services either at 9:00 A.M. or 6:00 P.M., you will enter the double glass doors under the Steeple. If you are attending Connect Group, it is at 10:15 A.M. Come through the double glass doors at the end of the covered walk, which is to the left of the Sanctuary and anyone will be more than happy to guide you to a Connect Group.
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