“Enter the Nativity” – a new 5-week series begins Sunday, Nov. 28. This series covers the season of Advent (the 4-week preparation for Christmas), Christmas Eve, and the Sunday after Christmas.
We will look at the different characters of the Christmas story – Joseph, Mary, the shepherds, the angels, Jesus and the Magi and discover together the grand invitation we each are extended to come and behold the Messiah.
We worship on Sundays at 8:30am and 11am, with classes for all ages in between services at 9:45am. More About Worship
Christmas Eve services will be held Dec. 24 at 3pm, 5pm & 7pm. The 5pm services will also be live on Facebook. Nursery care for ages 0-36mo provided at 3 & 5pm. More about Christmas Eve.
Saturday, Dec. 5 is the Cedar Hills Day at the Kettle! Each year, our church covers a day of bell ringing for the Salvation Army Red Kettle fundraiser. This year we will be at both the Johnson Ave Hy-Vee and the the 16th Ave Fareway stores.
Sign up online for a two-hour shift today. Times begin at 10am. Due to COVID-19, only two bell ringers can be present at at time.
It’s that time of year! Easter is quick approaching and we’re planning another great Easter Egg Hunt for Saturday, April 11 a 9am. The egg hunt is for ages preschool to 5th grade and is free and open to the public. Bring your own basket!
Help us with our Egg Hunt supplies and donate a few bags of candy! Just make sure they are individually wrapped and can fit inside a plastic egg (otherwise, the office staff has to eat the ones that don’t make the cut!)
Drop off at the bin near the Family Discipleship Table or to the church office anytime before April 9.
An anonymous donor is challenging everyone to wear a Christmas Tie on Sunday, December 22nd. Ten dollars will be donated to the Capital Campaign for every tie worn that day, man, woman or child! Wear a tie with or without your ugly sweater and support your church. This could even become an annual event if there is enough interest this year. Look for a special tally sheet in the Gathering Space to mark that you’ve worn a tie!
Sunday, Dec. 22 is “Joy” Sunday at Cedar Hills. In addition to coming dressed in our favorite holiday attire and ugly sweaters, the children will be singing at the 11am service, choir will be singing at the 8:30am service, and members of the Cedar Rapids Orchestra will be provided music during the continental breakfast.
Breakfast will be served throughout the morning and there are no Sunday Classes that Sunday. The staff will be competing for the “Ugliest Sweater” award! Donations given to vote for your favorite staff sweater will go towards the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign.
On Sunday, Dec. 22 we’ll be celebrating all things joyous! A newer tradition at Cedar Hills is wearing our favorite holiday and Ugly Christmas sweaters. Come adorned in your favorites!
There are no Sunday classes this day, but a continental breakfast will be served throughout the morning. The choir will be singing a special Christmas song at the 8:30am service, and the younger children are singing a few songs at the 11am service. One of our favorite Sundays of the year!
On Sunday, December 1, we filled up all but three of our 12 Salvation Army bell ringing shifts for December 21. Also, some CHCCers who couldn’t ring the 21st signed up for another four hours of ringing on other days. We’re up to 16 hours of bell ringing this year!
We still need to fill the 6-7 pm shift at Hy-Vee Johnson Avenue and the 7-8 pm shifts at both the Hy-Vee and the Fareway 16th Avenue for December 21.