We are a family of people who love Jesus Christ and seek to live for him. We are learning what it means to be fully alive in Christ as we are being transformed, through the Holy Spirit, into becoming more and more like him.
Our aim is that Hillhall Presbyterian Church and the organisations within, become an assembly of God’s people who meet to worship God – Father, Son and Holy Spirit, who live by the standards of God’s word, and who have a concern for the lost and the needy with a burning desire to reach out to the community with the message of God’s redeeming love in Christ, in the power of the Holy Spirit.
We have two services on a Sunday. Morning worship commences at 11:00 am and approximately 300 people of all ages gather to worship God. Our evening service at 6:30 pm tends to be more traditional and is supported by loyal and faithful worshippers.
Message from Rev. Paul Jamieson.
Dear Hillhall members,
In these challenging days we want to encourage you. As Christians we will draw strength from the Word of God, prayer and the support of immediate family and the Church family. If you are alone and have no support please get in touch, we are here to help you if you are self-isolating.
I will be in the office every morning so contact me on 02892 669767 or anytime on my mobile 07701037904. We will be preparing a podcast service every week for you to have a time of worship at home.
You are all in my prayers at this time, please stay safe.
Rev. Paul Jamieson.
BE STRONG AND COURAGEOUS. DO NOT FEAR OR BE IN DREAD OF THEM, FOR IT IS THE LORD YOUR GOD WHO GOES WITH YOU. HE WILL NOT LEAVE YOU OR FORSAKE YOU.
Let’s Pray: Mental health and wellbeing
Pray for those with mental health challenges who feel isolated and anxious, asking that God will bring peace and calm and that they will receive every possible support.
Pray for other aspects of the wellbeing of society, such as healthy relationships, neighbourliness and care for the most vulnerable, asking that God would enable the flourishing of our life together despite lockdown and social distancing restrictions.
United in Song
The Blessing UK — At this unique and challenging time in the United Kingdom over 65 churches and movements, representing hundreds of others, have come together online to sing a blessing over our land. Standing together as one, our desire is that this song will fill you with hope and encourage you. But the church is not simply singing a blessing, each day we’re looking to practically be a blessing. Many of the churches included in this song have assisted with supplying over 400,000 meals to the most vulnerable and isolated in our nation since COVID-19 lockdown began. This alongside phone calls to the isolated, pharmacy delivery drops and hot meals to the NHS frontline hospital staff.
The Eurovision 2020 artists recorded Love Shine A Light together in the Eurovision: Europe Shine A Light show on 16 May 2020.