New to Hillcrest?
We know meeting someone for the first time can be intimidating, and walking into a church building for the first time can be overwhelming. We want to help make your first experience at Hillcrest a great one and have answered questions you may have. We hope you come and experience the powerful word of God with us!
Where are you located?
We meet at 4800 Wolf Road, Dayton, Ohio 45416. Find us on the map below.
What about public transportation?
Please call RTA at (937) 425-8300 or go online at www.i-riderta.org. Hillcrest Church is located in the Trotwood area at 4800 Wolf Road.
When should I arrive?
Our two Saturday worship services begin at 9:30 am and 11 am, but we invite you to arrive a few minutes early to get settled and meet some of our members!
Where should I park?
The driveway to our large parking lot can be found on Wolf Road by the church sign. Parking is available in the front, on the side and in the back of our church.
Where should I go?
All worship services are held at the smaller front building at 4800 Wolf Road (click here for directions). We have a front entrance on Wolf Road. Every Saturday morning, volunteers will be standing by to help guide you. Wheelchair access is also available.
What are my options for childcare?
We have various children's ministries for young children and youth at our 9:30 am service and a special family worship time at 11:00 am. A mother's room is provided, too.
What happens on a Saturday?
At Hillcrest, you will experience friendly people, classical worship that features traditional hymns and songs of praise, and practical, Bible-based messages. The 9:30 am "Sabbath School" Bible study lasts approximately one hour and ten minutes. The second "divine hour" service lasts about one hour and thirty minutes. Also, we do not expect our visitors to give, so feel free to let the offering plate pass by when it comes down your row. Our services are organized so that anyone who is seeking for truth can meet Christ in an environment that is exhilarating yet reverent and alive with the unity, faith, and conviction of God's presence.
What should I wear?
Our congregation spans a range of ages and backgrounds. Most people dress formally, but you will see people in the pews dressed in all styles—from jeans to business suits. We're a church for people from all walks of life. Please wear whatever is most comfortable for you.
Will I fit in?
When you visit, you won't be met with shame, guilt, or condemnation. We are real people who are trying to let God fulfill His dream in each of our lives.
Who are the church leaders?
As pastor and church leaders, we are here to connect with you, care for you, and help you develop your relationship with Jesus Christ. That means being available to listen to, talk with, pray for, and worship beside you. It means guiding those who seek truth and transformation to the One who freely gives those things. And it means being present to meet the spiritual needs of people wherever they are—whether in church, homes, hospital beds, prison cells, office buildings, coffee houses, or on the streets.
What does Hillcrest Church believe?
Since it is our mission is "to make disciples for Christ," we dig deep into God's Word and share the gospel with others. We are committed to helping people find life's hope and guidance in a personal relationship with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, and to grow and mature together in Him. For more on what we believe, view Our Beliefs.
Is there a fellowship meal?
On various weeks after the 11 am service, a complimentary vegetarian lunch is served. Please check the bulletin to see when the next one is scheduled.
Questions about hotels?
Download this printable PDF for a few of the closest hotel locations surrounding Hillcrest.
Where do I find more information when I arrive?
Just inside the front entrance in the lobby, you'll see our Welcome Desk. There will be greeters who can help answer any questions.
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