Eastern Hills Church

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What to Expect


We have two parking lots, located on the North and South sides of the building. The North Parking Lot is accessed from Greiner Road, and the South Parking Lot is accessed via Harris Hill Road. There is an access road connecting the two parking lots that runs all the way around the whole building. Feel free to park wherever is most convenient for you, being sure to reserve the handicapped spaces for those who need them. Parking attendants are available to assist you.


Enter through one of our four main entrances and greeters will welcome you to church. Let them know you are visiting for the first time, and they will gladly assist you in finding where to hang your coat, grab some coffee, drop off your children, or get a tour of the building.


Eastern Hills is a casual atmosphere that welcomes you to "come as you are." You will find people dressed in shorts and flip flops and some who prefer to dress in suits and dresses. We invite you to join us for worship in whatever is most comfortable for you.


At Eastern Hills, kids are welcomed to participate in fun and dynamic worship at an age-appropriate level. We offer programming for children of all ages, from birth through grade 5 on Sunday mornings during both services. You can register and check-in your children at the KidzPlayce Check-In Desk, located near the Southwest entrance of the building. Our volunteers will be happy to assist you, and can explain our safety and security policies to you. You can trust us to keep your children safe while they are having fun and learning about the God who created them. Learn More...


Students enjoy hanging out at the Underground cafe, where they can grab a bite to eat or something to drink. We also have pool, fuse ball, air hockey, X-Box Kinect, Wii, 4-square and more.

Middle School students (grades 6-8) are invited to join us for an age-appropriate worship service in The Underground on Sundays, where they will experience worship music with a live band, a relevant message, and small group discussion time with the same group of students each week.

High School students (grades 9-12) are invited to participate in the main service on Sunday mornings, and attend the weekly high school programming on Tuesday evenings at 7pm. Learn More...