A NOTE FROM PASTOR ANDREW

If you’re new to Inland Hills, or if you’re just checking us out on the web, I’m glad you’re here. IHC is all about inviting and welcoming new people, so I know you’ll feel right at home when you visit us.

At Inland Hills, we truly believe that people matter. Our doors are wide open to people from all backgrounds, regardless of where they are on their spiritual journey. What people usually notice first about us is the welcoming and applicable nature of our ministry. On Sundays, you will experience some great music and a relevant, engaging message that you can apply to your life.

Since a healthy church family is one that grows larger and smaller at the same time, it’s important to not only attend a weekend service but to get connected in a small group. I think you’ll discover that relationships built on God’s purposes make all the difference.

On these pages, you’ll find information about our services, what’s happening for children and students, video clips of our messages, and a whole lot more. We want to make it easy for you to check us out, and we want it to be enjoyable for you when you arrive.

Of course, the best way to know if IHC fits you is just to come and check it out. We’d love to have you join us for church this weekend.

Hope to see you soon!


Pastor Andrew

FAQs

Wear what makes you comfortable! We’re more concerned with meeting your real-life needs than with what you wear. So dress casually, and you’ll fit right in with the crowd. Jeans, shorts, and sandals are more common around here than suits, ties, or fancy dresses.

Not at all! You will not be expected to participate in giving financially when you visit. The offering is for those who are part of the Inland Hills family, our regular attenders and members.

Giving back to God a portion of what we have earned is one aspect of worship, but it’s not expected of our guests. Instead of wanting you to give something, we want you to get something: being encouraged by the service.

No way! At IHC, no one will single you out, ask you to sign anything, or ask you to identify yourself as someone new. You can just be part of the crowd and be as anonymous as you like.

Someone may welcome you, say “hello,” and shake your hand, but you’ll never feel any pressure or be asked to do anything you don’t want to do. Participate as much or as little as you want.

We have lots of convenient parking close to our buildings, and it’s not hard to find. Our parking team will direct you when you come in our main entrance, and you can park wherever is convenient for you.

We hope not! Our campus isn’t that complicated, and there are always helpful people around to give you guidance. If you’re feeling turned around, just ask one of our greeters or ushers (they’re wearing name badges and are located close to our main entrances) or stop by the Information Center in the main lobby.

When you’re visiting us, you can get your questions answered from just about anyone wearing a lanyard. Our greeters or ushers are located close to our main entrances, or you can stop by the Information Center in the main or Studio lobby.


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