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Easter Sunday

Join us this Sunday for "Death of Death," an Easter Experience at Holly Hill Church.  This worship service will be Online and In-Person.  We truly hope you will join us in our Ministry Center at 11am this Sunday.  We will continue to practice Social Distancing and follow all CDC guidelines to ensure a great and safe experience for all of our ministries.  


Mark your calendars!  

We plan on starting HH Groups, HH Kids, and Unlimited Students on April 11.

When you do attend an in-person service or ministry in the future, please remember that:

  • Masks will be made mandatory upon entering and exiting the building and while moving around campus.
  • Strict social distancing will be expected.  Although our church nature is to love on each other through hugs, handshakes, fist bumps, etc., we ask for this not to take place.
  • Please do not move any chairs around. Wait for an usher to assist you so that we can maintain social distancing.
  • As always, pray for one another!  We know the importance of laying on of hands during prayer, however, at this time we cannot encourage prayer with the laying on of hands.  
  • Temperature checks (on the wrist) will take place upon entry.  Anyone with a temperature at or above 100 will not be allowed to enter. 
  • If you have had any symptoms, any direct contact with someone who has tested positive in the last 14 days, you yourself have been tested or someone you have been with has been tested and you are awaiting results, we ask that you please stay home for your safety as well as the safety of the church family.
  • All leaders/volunteers are asked to set the highest example of safety by following these protocols while on campus.
  • If you have underlying conditions that may make you more susceptible to this virus, we encourage you to join us online.
  • Our top priority is the safety and wellness of our family.

~Pastor Carley



We have two opportunities to SERVE coming in April.  On Friday, April 2, we will be Egging Yards in our community.  We will be hiding 25 eggs per child and could use some volunteers to help with the deliveries that evening.  We also need eggs and candy.  

If you would like to have your house as an egg deliver, need more information, or would like to donate items to the Easter Egg Deliver, contact Susan French, Nichole Dixon or Christie Arrington to volunteer!

Our 2nd Saturday Serve will be on April 10 with the Special Olympics. Covid-19 restrictions have been reduced a little, however, volunteers that are ON the actual baseball field or in the dugout, are required to wear a mask. For everyone that is not on the baseball field or in the dugout, masks will be optional.  We are asking for everyone to follow the social distancing rules and to be respectful of other's personal space, especially if you are not wearing a mask.

Volunteers need to be at the Creekside ballfields by 9am for prayers and instructions.

For more information on the Special Olympics, contact Melanie Ross.



Toilet paper, paper towels, diapers all sizes, wipes, Pedialyte, Gatorade, water, laundry detergent, dish detergent

We are also accepting donations for our blessings boxes memory of/honor of. These donations are $100 donation per box.

***We still have some SERVE shirts available as well.***



On Sunday, April 18, we will have a Baptism/Membership Service. If you have completed the Growth Track and would like to join the church, please let Pastor Carley know.  If you are interested in being baptized, please go to our website and click next steps.


Scroll to the bottom of this bulletin to watch last weeks message. Don't forget to download the sermon notes as well.  See you Sunday.