Worship is the way Christ followers express our love, gratitude, and respect for God. It may take place alone or when joining with others in groups that are large or small. At Hillside we meet together in groups to praise God and to encourage each other in our relationships with Christ. Times of worship may include music, reading the Bible, singing, praying, silence, and giving an offering.
We have worship venues for pre-school, elementary, middle school and high school, and adults of all ages. We are one church, in several locations…all worshipping our Lord Jesus Christ. It’s tempting to give our devotion to things of this world. But as Christ followers, we worship God because Christ said, “It is written: ’Worship the Lord your God and serve Him only’” (Luke 4:8). Christ calls us to worship God and praise Him in spirit and in truth. We invite you to explore all our worship environments and find one where you can connect and participate.
Here is a list of each of Hillside’s campus locations, including the address, contact number, and service times.
Amarillo North Grand Campus
The North Grand Campus is located at the corner of 24th & Grand in northeast Amarillo. The campus opened on December 7, 2014. Mark Zimmerman is the campus pastor.
Amarillo Northwest Campus
The Northwest Campus opened spring of 2014. Situated in the Northwest corner of Amarillo, the campus has two Sunday morning services. Chris Condit is the campus pastor.
Amarillo South Campus
The South Campus is located on south Bell street and was launched as an adopted campus in 2012. The campus has two services on Sunday and Craig Albracht is the campus pastor.
Amarillo West Campus
The West Campus moved into its facility on Soncy in the fall of 2006. The campus has one service on Saturday night and three services on Sunday morning. There is also a café service that meets during every service. Johnathan Mast is the campus pastor.
The Canyon Campus launched in the fall of 2009. It currently has two services on Sunday. Trae Sweatt is the campus pastor.
The Dalhart Campus launched in the fall of 2009. Robert Ledbetter is the campus pastor.