Forest Hill Church:
an inclusive, Christ-centered, welcoming community of seekers and believers.
What’s in it for you?
Bible studies that approach the bible thoughtfully, not literally - Sermons with questions as well as answers - Music that stirs and delights - Youth groups for teens and church school that kids beg to attend
Come . . . and See!
Everyone is welcome at Forest Hill. No matter what age, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, mental or physical ability, marital status, economic status, differences of thought or belief, or any other form of diversity you may exhibit…
all God’s critters got a place in this choir!
A Most Wicked Problem: A Conversation about Climate Change and Moral Responsibility ~ Sun. April 27 @ 9:30am
“Wicked problems” defy simple solutions, and climate change may be the most wicked problem of all. A special Adult Ed program on Sun. Apr. 27 by David Beach, Director of the Green City/Blue Lake Institute, will address how to wade through the politics read more »
Without A Song – an Evening of Reflection and Song with Mother Willie-Mae Wright will be heard in our sanctuary on Sun. April 27 @ 7 pm. Featuring the Wright Family Singers, including our own Caleb Wright, this will be a night to remember!
Iris Circle invites all women of the church to join them for a guided tour of the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage followed by lunch at Valenti’s Ristorante, on Tues. April 29 @ 11:00am. $6/person if 15 or more sign up. RSVP to Cathy Ghiandoni by Wed. April 23.
Get to know other members while working to improve the community, Sat. May 3, 9am – noon. There’s Inside Work: removing storms, washing windows, installing screens; and Outside Work: weeding, raking, trimming and mulching. (Bring rake, hoe & trimmer if you have them.) Lunch at noon and child care (if you ask for it!)
Celebrate Anne Wilson’s 25 years of service to our music ministries on Fri. May 9, 7:30pm with an evening of music composed and conducted entirely by Anne. The Bell, Descant, Sine Nomine, and Chancel Choirs will join Tom Trenney of Dueling Organists fame and other guest instrumentalists. Refreshments will follow.
On May 24, travel to Detroit to visit First Congregational Church, a final stop on the underground railroad helping escaped slaves cross into Canada. We’ll also visit the Charles H. Wright Museum, dedicated to the African-American experience. See Barb Cloud for details.