Hey there! We’re so excited to be on campus together. If you’re unable or unwilling to return right away, you can still be a part of services on our Facebook and YouTube pages, but if you can return we would love to see you in person!
No matter if you’ve been coming to Hillside for 25 years, or this is your first time ever, things are a bit different on campus, but our staff and volunteer team are ready to welcome you and help you navigate the space well.
Registration is required for children in the children's ministry - you can rsvp for the service they'll be attending at the links below.
Even though churches are able to be at 100% capacity, they are still required to provide seating arrangements with 2 chairs in between families/parties, and seat every other row.
9:15 + 11:15
The easiest way to enter the parking lot is through the North entrance. The South entrance is still accessible, but is currently a dead-end due to construction.
As you make your way up the north side of campus, our parking lot team will help guide you to the best and closest spot.
If you’re visiting, we have spots reserved just for you directly across from the main doors. They are marked with orange stripes and signs.
Getting Seated / Child Check-In
If you don’t have a child to check in then you can head to the main sanctuary and our Welcome Team will guide you to a set of chairs according to your family/party size.
Please try to sit as close to the front of the sanctuary as possible and to the center of your row so that we can use the entirety of the sanctuary space as best we can.
If you’re a family with children registered for our children’s ministry you will head to the left after entering the main building doors and follow the signs to check your child in. Only one parent may take the child to check in and the same parent has to check the child out.
After you’ve checked your child in, we recommend sitting on the left side of the sanctuary to be closest to the doors to pick up your child(ren).
Visitors, Care, and Prayer
If you’re a visitor and would like to connect with one of our staff, head to our Connect Area after service.
Our staff and prayer team will also be available in the Connect area for care and prayer.
Masks + Health Screening
Masks are required in high-traffic areas during our Sunday services, such as entering and exiting the building and using the restrooms. However, you may remove your mask once you arrive at your seat in the sanctuary if you would like to.
Staff, volunteers and children are required to be temperature screened as part of our Sunday services.
If you are an adult or child attending in the main sanctuary you do not have to go through the temperature screening process.
An area will be provided for those 65 & older and/or have underlying health conditions. Please notify an usher upon arrival in the sanctuary.
We’re so excited to see each and every one of you! If you have any questions that we can answer before you arrive, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org