YPF Fall Mission Trip

This fall, on Columbus Day weekend, the YPF headed out east to help some families in our area still affected by Hurricane Sandy. As unbelievable as it may sound, even years after the storm, there are areas where homes are still boarded up and families continue to struggle to get back on their feet. The YPF worked with an organization called Next Step Ministries. Below are some pictures of the group and the work they performed over the weekend. 

The Church on the Hill is called,
as the body of Christ,
to be a beacon of light and hope
to the community and to the world.



Our worship services are at 11 a.m. Come to hear the good news proclaimed! Our worship services are around one hour in length. Our music is in the Western Choral tradition. We celebrate the Lord's Supper the first Sunday of every month.




"You shall love your neighbor as yourself." These words from Jesus invite us to participate in God's world of love through compassionate care and humble service to those in physical, emotional and spiritual need. 



We are often described as a warm, hospitable community. We invite you to come and see for yourself and join with us in worship and mission.