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Christian Church

of Hillsboro

We are fully reopen! Sunday worship services start at 10am at CCH.

Sunday @10am

A New Sunday Sermon will be posted on our Facebook page each Sunday at 10am. Each sermon will also have a time dedicate to taking communion, if you would like, prepare your own and join in taking it with us.

Friday @10am

Every Friday at 10am for a live morning message on our Facebook page. Each Friday get a quick message that will impact your day and give you a preview for what is to come on Sunday.

Did you sleep in? Miss a sermon or message? Or just want to revisit an impactful message? All of our past messages and sermons will continually be added to our website for easy access for all.

The Deeper Truths series Bringing a deeper messages to those who have accepted Christ into their lives.

Series made for those who are new and/or curious about God's Word. and what it means in their lives.

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Who is the Christian Church of Hillsboro?

The Christian Church of Hillsboro was established October 17th, 1862 and “proceeded to come together as a Christian congregation, agreeing to take the Word of God – The Scriptures of divine truth – as our only rule of faith and practice.”

The Christian Church of Hillsboro stands in the tradition of the Stone-Campbell Movement, a movement begun in the early 19th century to regain the spirit of New Testament Christianity.  From its beginning, the Restoration Movement practiced local autonomy for its churches.  There is no national denominational organization.


Therefore, while some similarities exist between congregations, they are not mandated from any authority outside of the control of the local Body.  The similarities are the result of a common understanding about what the Bible clearly teaches.  We choose to have the Holy Scriptures as our sole rule for faith and practice.

We want this church to honor the past but plan for the future.  We have a rich heritage and an honorable history as a movement.  But as we honor the past, we understand that we don’t live there.  The church is called to equip men with the teachings of Jesus and their implications for the world in which we live.  We desire to faithfully carry out the ministry that Christ has entrusted to His Bride, the Church.

We do not consider ourselves to be the only Christians, but choose to be Christian only.

Alexander Campbell

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