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Ash Wednesday

Coming Before Our Forgiving God

As we enter into a season of preparation in the weeks ahead of Easter, Ash Wednesday is a time to stop, reflect and place before God those sins and struggles we are burdened by. Join us for a brief evening prayer service that will include receiving ashes, a sign God’s people have participated in since the Old Testament times to express our frailty before God. As we take this time together, we will be reminded of the life He offers us in His Word.

FaithTree Online Prayer Walk

Praying for Our Community Together

The Bible calls us to pray on all occasions and to constantly pray for God’s people (Ephesians 6:18). FaithTree Online Prayer Walks have each gathered hundreds of believers from around the world to pray before our faithful God. Let’s join together to pray in Jesus’s name once again at our ninth Online Prayer Walk all day on January 25! We are excited to see what God will do through this time!

O Christmas Stream

Joyful Celebration through Epiphany!

Join Little Hills and other FaithTree partner churches for a continuous rotation of Christmas music, nostalgic fireplace scenes, meditations from Scripture and more throughout Christmas weekend and the 12 Days of Christmas. Whether you want just a few moments of Christmas joy or want to watch the whole thing, it will be streaming 24x7 until Epiphany. Come back here for the link starting Christmas Day.

The Christmas Fruit

A 12 Days of Christmas Journey Through the Gifts God Gives Us to Give Others

As we give gifts small or large, simple or snazzy, this Christmas, this year’s devotional booklet invites us to reflect on the profound ways in which God gifts us to give the best sort of gifts to others. We will go on a twelve day journey through Galatians 5:22-26, exploring how the Holy Spirit transforms us to embody the essence of Christmas hope in the year ahead.

Christmas at Little Hills

Come Celebrate with Us

God is with us — that’s what we celebrate at Christmastime! As we enter into this season, we are going to take time to look at how His Spirit led men and women that first Christmas, and leads us now, that we can rejoice in His love.

Blue Christmas

A Service of Hope in Grief

As we approach the Christmas season, we often feel weighed down by losses, hurts and disappointments that seem to conflict with all the celebrations around us. Blue Christmas is meant to help us bring these things before our God, who understands. Christmas, after all, is about Him coming into the world to restore the things that are broken — including us.

This service will be both in-person and live streamed at 7 pm on December 1. Please join us in-person if you can; if you cannot, you can find the service on your favorite streaming service below. For those watching online, consider having a candle available to light at a time you will be prompted to do so later in the service.

FaithTree Online Prayer Walk

Praying for Our Community Together

The Bible calls us to pray on all occasions and to constantly pray for God’s people (Ephesians 6:18). FaithTree Online Prayer Walks have each gathered hundreds of believers from around the world to pray before our faithful God. Let’s join together to pray in Jesus’s name once again at our seventh Online Prayer Walk all day on March 9! We are excited to see what God will do through this time!

Good Friday and Easter Saturday

Reflecting on Jesus's Sacrifice

We will be posting short video devotionals throughout Good Friday as we remember what our Savior did for us.

Easter at Little Hills

Reflecting on Jesus's Sacrifice and Celebrating His Love

This week we reflect on the unfathomable price Jesus paid to offer us the hope of salvation. We have several special moments planned to help us focus on what He has done for us and we hope that you will share them with us.

Maundy Thursday

A Holy Week Meditation on Jesus's Love

Little Hills will be streaming a special Maundy Thursday journey through the Gospels’ account of the night Jesus was betrayed and the crucifixion. Please share this time with us, as we reflect on the wondrous love of our Savior.

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