Any weekend is a perfect time for you and your family to visit Canyon Hills. We have opportunities for each person in your family to experience God through the teachings of the Bible, through music, and great fellowship with other people just like you.
What to Expect
Whether you’ve attended church your whole life or have never stepped inside a church, Canyon Hills is a place that you can “come as you are.” It is a safe place to bring your doubts, questions, and curiosity – regardless of your beliefs or background.
When you arrive at Canyon Hills you can expect to find a casual atmosphere; friendly people, a team of people to help you know where things are and where to go, some great coffee, and a worship experience that focuses on energizing music and helpful teaching from the Word of God.
So, why not come to one of our Sunday Services to experience for yourself why people consistently tell us that we are the “friendliest church around.”
What We Believe
We believe the Bible is the inspired Word of God to us, and is therefore a reliable standard of what we believe, as well as the guide for how we live. We believe that there is one God who exists forever in three persons: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
We believe Jesus Christ is the only Son of God and by His death and resurrection, anyone – by repentance and faith – may receive eternal life. We believe the new life in us is evidenced by living in obedience to the known will of God revealed in the Bible. We believe He gives us His strength through the present work of the Holy Spirit in us, enabling us to live a full and satisfying life as a Christian.
The Friends Church
Friends believe that apostolic, or New Testament doctrines, are the essentials of Christianity. Fundamental truths considered as vital and life-giving are: The Fatherhood of God, the deity and humanity of Jesus the Son, the ministry of the Holy Spirit, Christ’s atonement which reconciles men to God, the resurrection of Jesus Christ which assures true believers of life after death, the high priesthood of Christ who gives access to the Father by forgiving men’s sins, and the individual priesthood of believers who may approach God directly without human intervention. While Friends do not stress formal written creed, they do state the primary principles of their faith in order to make their doctrinal position clear.