- Phone: (512) 345-3771
- Mailing Address: 3838 Steck Ave Austin, TX 78759
Hey Hillcrest Family!
Among the efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), public officials have sought to limit social interactions. As you know, they’ve canceled major events and they’ve extended the Spring Break calendar for many schools.
The Hillcrest Family has our own role to play in promoting the health of the city around us. So please join us online as we continue to worship.
Instructions for Watching Online: A few minutes before 10am, simply click on the following links:
Click here to watch the service on our website.
Click here to watch the service on Facebook.
Click here to watch the service on YouTube.
I suggest you let the Hillcrest Family see who’s watching together by leaving a message on the Hillcrest Facebook page. And you can still invite your friends! If you’ll be watching the livestream on Facebook, share it on your feed. If you’ll be watching on our website, invite someone to join you by emailing or texting them the link.
Sunday Afternoon and Midweek Online Activities:
Sunday Morning Bible study opportunities at Hillcrest are many and varied. People interacting with the Word of God and living in connection with one another create a rich climate for spiritual development. Whether you are just exploring Christianity for the first time or have been a follower of Christ for many years, you will find a place to belong and develop as we find and follow Christ together.
During the week, you can reach our office staff by emailing Denise Garza.
She will hold regular office hours (M-Th, 8:30am to 4:30pm).
Giving Online and By Mail:
You can mail your check to 3838 Steck Avenue, 78759.
You can also give online by clicking here. At that link you can even set a recurring gift to Hillcrest. Our staff is still working, and local and global ministry partners who rely on our support are still serving. Let’s not fall behind on the tithe we owe the Lord!
Folks, while we never want to respond to uncertainty with fear, we do want to be a church known for deep compassion and good citizenship. The Bible commands this when it says, “Seek the peace and prosperity of the city” (Jeremiah 29:7). It is in that spirit that we are taking this moment seriously. We’ll send out an update next week to let you know about any changes to this plan going forward.