We’re excited that you are considering visiting West Hills Community Church for one of our Sunday morning worship services. We meet at 16695 DeWitt Ave, Morgan Hill (Corner of Spring and DeWitt – up the hill next to El Toro – the big hill on the west side that you can see from all of Morgan Hill)
West Hills Community Church of Morgan Hill is not just a place to go or a service to attend but is a community to be a part of. We want to see people become disciples who worship God, engage in community and are part of God’s mission in the world. We invite you to join with us in our church family.
We believe that there is essential value in coming together as God’s people to worship alongside one another. We at West Hills value gathering together as a community to worship corporately in the preaching of the word, in song, baptism, communion and prayer.
We live in Community
Every Christian has a personal relationship with God, but also belongs to a larger group. Christian faith is not meant to be lived in isolation. In authentic community we’re able to disciple one another, encourage one another, serve together and show the world physical proof of God’s transforming power through our love.
We are on a Mission
God was not content to sit back and wait for us to come to him. Instead the bible testifies to a God who goes out of his way to redeem people. At the heart of God’s mission is to reconcile humanity to himself. We are to go to the ends of the earth with the gospel or support those who do. Because of this, West Hills sends out and supports missionaries in our local community and worldwide.
News and Equipping from the West Hills Blog
Mike Goeke is a pastor in San Francisco who came and spoke to our church back in June about how the gospel teaches us to interact with same sex attraction. This is a reminder that we have a live video interview with Mike Goeke on Tuesday, 9/18 from 12-1pm. Please sign...read more
Peter is continuing to guide us through how to navigate suffering as we follow Jesus. One of the big themes of the letter has been that followers of Jesus are strangers and exiles in this world because of our new identity in Jesus. This means that some will see our...read more
Peter has been addressing how our public faith gives God glory. Looking back at 1 Peter 2:11-12, Peter makes the statement that how we live among those who do not know and follow Jesus sets an example of God’s character and some will see it and respond to the gospel...read more