FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
When are your services?
Sunday School for all ages begins at 9:30 a.m. Our main church service begins at 10:45 a.m.
How should I dress?
You might be wondering if we wear suits, jeans, khakis or capris. The answer is yes. First and foremost come as you are. But, just in case you're wondering how most people around here will be dressed it's pretty broad. A lot of guys wear khakis or jeans and a polo or button up shirt. Ladies wear jeans, pants, skirts, and dresses. Most importantly, we look forward to seeing you, not what you're wearing.
Do I need to bring anything?
No. If you want to bring a Bible, feel free to do so. We do provide Bibles. You will find the words to all of our music printed in the bulletin. We also provide hearing aid devices for the hearing impaired.
Can I remain anonymous?
Absolutely! We realize that some people may want to check out our church without calling attention to themselves. However, if you would, please fill out a Welcome Card and drop it in the collection plate to let us know you were here. There is an option to remain anonymous. Also, please see the visitor table out in the foyer to pick up a free welcome book.
What is the service like?
While services vary from week to week, each includes worship with congregational singing, announcements, special music, a message, offering, and prayer.
What is the music like?
We combine a balance of old and new in a contemporary praise setting. That means you'll hear a blend of ancient and modern hymns along with more modern choruses. From week to week you'll be led by the choir, worship teams, and different sets of instrumentalists. To read more about our music visit the Music Page in the resources section.
We believe that the Bible is uniquely God-inspired and without error. We believe that there is one God, eternally existing in three persons -- the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. We believe that Jesus Christ lived a sinless life on earth and voluntarily paid for our sin by dying on the cross as our substitute. He then rose again, conquering death. This allows eternal salvation for all who receive grace by trusting in Him alone.
Hixson Presbyterian Church is located just south of Thrasher Pike off of Hixson Pike on Jackson Mill Dr. The physical address is 1450 Jackson Mill Dr., Hixson, Tennessee 37343. Look for us in Middle Valley.
Where should I park?
There is parking in the main lot on the Hixson Pike side of the church as well as additional spots in the back. In case of inclimate weather or special needs, feel free to drop family members off under the covered breezeway.
Where do I enter the building?
From the parking area, enter the church under the covered breezeway or through the sets of double doors in the front.
Where do I go once inside the building?
As you enter the building, we have hospitality hosts who will be glad to help you with any questions you have or directions you need. Our ushers will assist you in finding a seat and will provide you with a program for our service.
Where do my kids go?
HPC has a wonderful program for kids of all ages (nursery, children, and youth). While the parents are enjoying the service, the kids are learning about God at their level in a creative environment with trained staff. Check in with a hospitality host in the lobby to find the right classroom for your children.
How do I contact the church?
Our church offices are open Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. You can call 423-875-0616 to reach us. You may also contact us via e-mail at email@example.com. For your information, our mailing address is: 1450 Jackson Mill Dr., Hixson, Tennessee 37343
How do I become a member?
We offer an HPC 101 weekend to introduce you to Hixson Presbyterian Church.
How do I learn more about receiving eternal life?
Have you ever wondered what happens after you die? Do you question why you are here and what is your purpose? You've come to the right place. Those answers are found within the Gospel message. You'll hear this and other truths each Sunday you visit us. You can also click here to find the answer right now.