Who we are:

"Loving People into Christ's Likeness"

Jesus made it clear that He came to Earth so we could discover a way of living life that is fully satisfying. At Hamilton Mill Christian Church we want people to discover that this promise from Jesus is true!



We understand life is tough whether you are a Christian or not.  We don't claim to have all the answers, but we're a people who love God and want to love others into Christ-likeness.  Our preacher says, "we're not a perfect church, but we are serving a perfect Lord."



The question may be on your mind - "What kind of church is this?"


The answer is simple - We're a church!  We have no denominational ties, no state or national headquarters - just a local congregation serving the living God.



The important thing is - we want you to understand that you are significant.  YOU matter to God AND to us.


Our goal is that many people will come to Hamilton Mill Christian Church and find "a place to belong."

Re-Envisioned Direction

In 2016, the leadership team met for a morning of prayer, fellowship and dreaming about where God is leading us as a church.  We drafted pages and pages of content that took us in directions that truly God would be pleased by.  In the end, the sr leadership team developed these into the five points you see below.


Here are the five points we commit to be:

A family of Faith (trusting in God)

  • Vision Based
  • Living by faith
  • Preparing for opportunities we are trusting God to provide

A Family of Fellowship (diversity)

  • A diverse fellowship
  • Community based
  • Multi-ethnic
  • Multi-aged

A Family of Forerunners (developing leaders)

  • Training leaders
  • Mentoring believers
  • Developing forerunners in church leadership

A Family of Formation (developing disciples)

  • Naturally growing
  • Motivated to share our faith stories
  • Reaching those who are lost
  • Helping the needs of the global church

A Family of Friends (serving others)

  • Meeting the needs sensitive to our community
  • Develop a culture where volunteering is the norm