We’re glad you’ve visited our website and hope you’ll visit us on Sunday virtually or in person when circumstances allow. You’ll find we are a friendly church and that there are lots of ways to meet people and learn more about us. Please sign our guestbook below to virtually stop and say hello! f I can answer any questions, please let me know. I look forward to meeting you.
– Pastor David Gray
Our Sunday Services are currently only streamed online here at 10:30 am on Sundays:
Or see our homepage to link directly.
Normally, we have two worship services each Sunday from the fall to the spring:
- A traditional service with the choir in the Sanctuary at 10:30 am
- A shorter, more informal service without the choir in Covenant Hall at 8:30 am
Click here for more about Sunday mornings at Bradley Hills, including information on infant and toddler care, Children’s Church School, our Youth Ministry, Adult Education, and more.
Accessibility at Bradley Hills: If you need hearing supplementation or large-print programs and hymnals, let an usher know. Both sides of the building have handicapped entrances: for locations, click here.
Wondering What to Wear? There is a range of dress at both worship services, from shirts and slacks to suits and ties. Summers and the early service tend to be more casual.
There are lots of ways to meet others on Sundays:
Before church, identify yourself to an usher when you come in and you’ll be given a Welcome Visitors packet and a tour afterwards if you’re interested. If you have babies or toddlers, you’ll be directed to the nursery or toddler room. Our Director of Christian Education is usually available to talk with parents as well.
At the end of each service, we greet one another and pass the Peace of Christ. You are invited to add your name and contact information to the brown fellowship pads located at the end of each row during worship so we can greet you by name. After church, meet the pastor and stay for our coffee hour for snacks and conversation.
Bradley Hills Beyond Sunday Mornings:
For ways to get involved in service and mission, both within the church family and in the community and world, see: