Who We Are
Indian Hill Bible Church is a growing and dynamic community of believers committed to building strong, biblical families and relationships while learning about God’s love and finding an eagerness to share it with others. Throughout our worship service and ministries, our focus is on worshipping God, working with and supporting one another to develop spiritual maturity, and witnessing by reaching out into the community around us with the truth of the Gospel. Here at Indian Hill, we make it our goal to provide members with inspirational worship, solid teaching, intimate fellowship, and a great ministry for all ages so that we can teach men, women, youth, and children to love, obey and serve God in everything that they do. Want to know more about what we believe and teach at Indian Hill Bible Church? CLICK HERE for a statement of our doctrine.
Whether you have been in church your entire life or are just beginning your spiritual journey, you will find that Indian Hill Bible Church is a place that encourages you to grow in Christ-like character and that you are always welcome to join us.
Where To Start
Interested in attending a service at Indian Hill Bible Church? The very best place to start if you are new to IHBC is on a Sunday morning at 10:00 AM. Here are some simple things you might want to know before you join us:
Our Sunday mornings are celebratory, reflective, and focused on Jesus.
Wear whatever you want! We really don't care what you wear. We just want to make sure you're able to worship, focus on Jesus, and leave challenged to be His faithful disciple.
You'll hear a wonderful blend of hymns and contemporary worship music that's engaging for the whole family. Sit, stand, clap...whatever. If you want to sing with us, sing as loudly or as quietly as you please.
If you have prayer concerns, you will have an opportunity to fill out a prayer card and to also meet with one of our pastors. We would love to pray for you and with you.
We observe the Lord's Supper (communion) on the first Sunday of every month.
Our guests should not feel obligated to give a financial gift, but we do take an offering during our service.
The message is typically about 30 minutes. It's always biblically driven and relevant to real life.
If you have kids, we have something for them too! As you are greeted, ask about our Children’s Church.
After we celebrate, stick around for a while and enjoy some fellowship.
Associate Pastor Emeritus