When Good seed finds good soil lives change.

Matthew 13:23

Welcome to Cedar Hill 

ON-SITE SERVICE AND LIVESTREAM.   Like every church and every follower of Jesus, Cedar Hill and its members have sought to be flexible and faithful to the Lord during an extended season of change and challenge.  How grateful we are for God's sustaining grace and help over the past 2 years in dealing with the pandemic and its implications for our congregation and ministry.  While some ministries were paused, many continued with adjustments but without interruption. As we look to the new year, we hope to see additional ministries renewed or begun, and we would invite you to be a part of that renewal in 2022.
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We would love for you to join us in person and benefit from connecting in community and corporate worship.  But if you are unable to join us in person, we invite you to join us online each Sunday for our LiveStream service that begins at 10:45 am.  You can also viewer most recent services that are maintained on our LiveStream page.
We are still in the process of moving content from our old website to our new site, and not all of the content is available yet.  The best way to access the content is to download the church app in either the Apple Store (Cedar Hill Church app) or Google Play (Cedar Hill Church app) depending on your device.  The archived teaching ministry is available here first and is easily accessible while on the go.


Life in Exile: Sustained by Hope in a Hostile World

Dramatic Christmas Presentation
Sunday, December 18, 2022 • 10:45 a.m.

“Now after Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea in the days of Herod the king, 
      Magi from the east arrived in Jerusalem…”    —Matthew 2:1

The visit of the Magi is one of the most interesting events surrounding the birth of Jesus.  And while many legends have arisen concerning their identity and mission, much mystery remains. Who  were they, really?  …and where did they come from?  Were they kings themselves and three in number as the familiar Christmas Carol would suggest?  

Come join us on December 18th at 10:45 a.m. as we hear The Mystery and the Mission of the Magi, and gain insight into their true identity and discover their unique role in the coming of the Jewish Messiah, and Matthew's primary purpose of for their inclusion.