Learn More About The Hills Church

The Hills is a nondenominational Christian church with a rich Biblical heritage in the Church of Christ tradition. Currently, The Hills has approximately 8,000 members at three physical campuses located in North Richland Hills, Southlake and West Fort Worth, and one online campus. Their vision is to expand outreach to Dallas County in 2022-2023, furthering God’s mission to go and make disciples.

Statement of Faith (summarized)

The Hills Church believes in the one, true God. This God co-exists in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. The Father is the Creator and Sustainer of all. The Son, Jesus, died, taking on our sins and paying the penalty that our sins deserve. Jesus, however, was resurrected and offers us the promise of eternal life. The Holy Spirit leads us daily in becoming more like the image of Jesus.

We come to know God through the Bible, God’s inspired Word to us. We journey in faith with other believers in the Church as we seek to do the will of God. We begin the journey of faith in baptism and receive the gift of salvation that was achieved through Jesus’ death and resurrection. 

Humanity was and is created in the image and likeness of God. Sin, though, separates us from God. As those who have been saved by the cross of Jesus, we seek to live pure, moral, and ethical lives, following the teachings of Scripture. We believe that through the saving work of Jesus, those who accept God’s forgiveness will spend eternity in Heaven with God. 

To learn more about their beliefs, please click this link: The Hills Beliefs

Summary Facts

Men Children Missions
Women Special Needs Local communities
Young adults Sports Discipleship
Renew – In 2021, The Hills provided over $1M to Renew partners in the local community that focused on the marginalized, including victims of human sex trafficking, those experiencing homelessness, those experiencing food insecurities, and at-risk children.
Harvest – For 2022, The Hills goal is to raise $2.65M. They have already raised $3.1M. Note: All overage monies from Harvest are spent on prioritized needs.