If you’re new in town, or just looking for a comfortable church home to worship God with people who feel like family, then we hope you’ll give us a visit. Our worship service is a blend of contemporary praise songs and hymns along with solid teaching from Scripture. We have a casual environment where everyone is welcome. It doesn’t matter if you wear jeans, a suit, or something in between. You’ll fit right in.
Everyone’s welcome to come and worship with us at the church. If you can’t be here in person, you can always check out our live stream.
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We are a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America. We are deeply rooted in the Reformed Protestant tradition, which produces the rich fruits of solid biblical teaching, warm evangelical devotion, and a loving family of brothers and sisters in Christ.
Sunday School – 9:00
Morning Worship – 10:15
Evening Worship – 5:00
Q&A w/ Kenny – 5:45
We are located at 84 S Greenhill Rd., Mt. Juliet, TN 37122
We keep things reverent and casual. Come as you are; you’ll fit right in.
When you walk in, you’ll be greeted and encouraged to visit with folks or find a seat. We’re a friendly lot who love to welcome new visitors. So, don’t be surprised if a few of us come up to say hello.
Our services blend traditional and contemporary elements of worship, always taking our cues from what the Bible reveals about how God would have us worship Him. Each Sunday, we sing, pray, confess our sins, hear God’s assurance of our pardon, affirm our faith, receive biblical teaching, and partake of the Lord’s Supper together.
One of our core values is that we would all be connected in community. We have small groups and ministries for folks in all stages of life, and we’ll be happy to help you find a place where you can know and be known.
We have Sunday School for all ages at 9 AM. During worship, we have a nursery for younger kids, as well as a Green Room for parents who need to step out for a bit. Older children (4+) are encouraged to stay in the sanctuary. At Hickory Grove, we strongly believe that God wants families to worship together. More than a skit, a story, and a snack, kids need the gathering of God’s people. That’s why we encourage kids to sit in the sanctuary and witness the Spirit at work. We know this is uncommon. Most churches would be happy to whisk your kids away for the morning. If you ask the consultants, keeping kids around is the best way to stunt a church’s growth. We disagree. Throughout the Bible and history, integrated worship has been the norm—parents bringing kids with them into God’s presence. Jesus said, “Let the children come to me,” when His disciples would have gladly sent them to the basement with a stack of Veggie Tales’ DVDs (Mark 10:13-16).
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