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Virtual Connections

Author: Pastor Mitch Williams
April 02, 2020

As we shelter at home for at least another month, your church is doing its best to help you feel connected. We have temporarily moved from a brick and mortar church to the virtual house of worship through wireless connectivity. In an effort to ease this transition for our members, we have developed a church app that is ready for immediate use!

"The Hill" app gives you a digital shortcut to everything going on at church. You can live stream the Sabbath service, download the bulletin, listen to previous sermons, read the pastor’s blog, see upcoming events, donate tithe and offerings, access the church directory, make a prayer request and much more on the new church app!

It takes just a few moments to install. Simply go to the app store on your phone and search for “thehillsda” and the app is yours for free!

Your church is offering other ways to connect virtually during the pandemic. Links to each Zoom meeting below and the phone number to call for our Wednesday Night Prayer Call were sent out in our weekly church enews. To receive the links and be added to our enews list, please email office@pleasanthilladventist.org.

1. Wednesday Night Prayer Call – Call begins at 7PM for an hour of power in united prayer!
2.  Live Stream the Weekly Worship Service. Begins at 11:15.
Click here to live stream: Live Stream Sabbath Service
3. Adult Quarterly Sabbath School Class – Each Saturday at 9:45 AM
4. Young Adult Sabbath School Class – Each Saturday at 10 AM.
5. Earliteens Sabbath School Class – Each Saturday at 2:00 PM
6. Youth Sabbath School Class – Each Saturday at 2:00 PM
7. For Beginners - Juniors Sabbath School Class, go to the Gracelink curriculum and you can find online lessons, podcasts and other material at https://www.gracelink.net/about-us.  

Stay tuned to learn of more ways we will be connecting as a church! In the meantime, be sure to reach out to your church family through phone calls and texting. We are in this pandemic together, but with Jesus as our nucleus, we will not only survive, but thrive as a community of faith and love.
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