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Coming Events

 

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Mondays

   10 am Ladies Bible Study

   6-8:30 pm  Youth Center Work Night

 

Wednesdays

   6-8:30 pm Youth Center Work Night

   6:15-8 pm Outbound Youth

   6:30 pm  Fresh Prayer

   6:30-8 pm AWANA

 

Thursday

   6-7 pm Choir rehearsal

   7:15-8:30 pm Worship band rehearsal

 

Mark your calendar

Sept. 20 MOPS/MomsNext, 9:30-11:30 am

Sept. 23 Vision 20/20 Dessert Gathering, 6 pm  FULL

Sept. 26  See You At The Pole

Sept. 29 Ladies' Craft Day

Sept. 30 Newcomer Lunch

Oct. 4 Bring Your Bible to School Day

Oct. 13 CLMI Men's Whole Life Challenge, 1-8 pm

Oct. 7 Vision 20/20 Dessert Gathering, 6 pm  FULL

Oct. 13 Chaut. Lake Men of Integrity event

 

Looking ahead:

Nov. 3-4 Harvest Weekend

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Our Story PDF Print E-mail

 

hamm homeThe Hillcrest story began in 1884 with 13 Swedish immigrants meeting for prayer and fellowship at the home of Carl Hammerstrom at 200 Baker St.  They formed the First Swedish Baptist Church on July 20, 1884.  The following year they constructed a building on Institute St. on land donated by the English-speaking First Baptist Church where the immigrants had been attending services.



 

old chand stThe congregation quickly grew to 96 members and in 1892 they purchased a building on Chandler St. from the Swedish Methodist Church which had moved to a new location.  That building, being in poor condition, was torn down and the new Chandler St. Baptist Church was constructed in 1906-07.

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The church continued to grow at the new location and in the 1940s made the transition to English-speaking services and Sunday School.  In 1965 the congregation made plans to purchase land on Hallock St. with construction underway in 1970 for a new building to accommodate the growing membership.

 

church w signWith the move the church's name changed to Hillcrest Baptist Church.  Our property expanded in 1988 with the purchase of the present Youth Center, formerly the Church of the Nazarene.  In the 1990s Hillcrest began contemporary worship services.

 

Today, while our worship, programs and building reflect the changing times, our committment to the Lordship of Jesus Christ and the authority of the Bible shared with our founders continues.