Chestnut Hill Church U.C.C.
You Are Welcome Here!
Our mission as a congregation is to worship, minister and share the gifts of the Spirit with one another and our community. We are a family of faith that welcomes all to worship and serve with us, no matter who you are or where you are in life's journey. Learn more about us here.
Our YouTube Channel for services, click or copy link
Worship Service starts at 9:00 am
Welcome Back to our open church! Starting Sunday July 26th at 9:00 am we are open for our worship service and fellowship to all.
We will also have our live Facebook service available on our FB site, if you are not comfortable or able to attend. Social Distancing in pews will be roped off and masks are required by all. We look forward to seeing everyone again!
Services thru September 6, 2020 via our Facebook page.
ALL activities and meetings have also been cancelled.
Please be safe and health wise.
Watch us Live on Facebook every Sunday at 9:00 am
If you would like to join our private CHC group please send a Facebook request. Click on FB link below.
Chestnut Hill Church is honored to sponsor Boy and Girl Scouting Troops. Click here for meeting times and contact info
Thoughts from pastor Christian
God’s Blessings to you and thank you for stopping by!
Chestnut Hill Church United Church of Christ is an historic congregation with roots traced all the way back to the early 1700’s. Our current building was constructed over 130 years ago and we are still standing strong on top of this windy little hill of ours. We are a loving, kind, compassionate, and faithful community, always looking for folks to join us on this journey of faith.
It is an awesome privilege and honor to be a part of such a loving group of faithful Christians. We have made some exciting changes to our little church and are venturing into new territory, looking forward to reaching out to our community in new and exciting ways.
As a pastor, I always watch in wonder as folks become more closely connected with God and one another through prayer, study, and most importantly, through fellowship with others. Our family, and we are very much a family, has shown me what it means to care for one another through prayer. No one is excluded and we welcome all to join us for fellowship each week.
As we move into the future together, I am reminded that Jesus taught us to open to the new as well as the traditional. We are a traditional kind of people in that we live richly into our heritage as a German Reformed congregation but we also have opened our hearts to the still speaking God of today in finding new and exciting ways to engage and be a part of one another’s lives. We have embraced technology in our sanctuary and have begun streaming parts of our worship through our private Facebook group page. If you are on Facebook and would like to check out our group pages, please see the Facebook link at the bottom of all our pages.
There is so much for us to learn from one another and so much for us to give thanks for, so “This is the day the LORD has made. We will rejoice and be glad in it.” (Psalm 118:24 NLT).
Peace and blessings,
Rev. Christian Creyer (Pastor Christian)