Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, all activities and services will be postponed. We will be live-streaming our Sunday morning services weekly at 10am.

Missions and Charities

Missions is the heartbeat of everything we are at Hilltop. Since our very first financial gift to help start a Christian training center in Guatemala, which eventually evolved into the House of Hope orphanage, we have taken seriously our assignment to “help people win at life” in other countries by praying, giving and sending.  We currently support 18 missionaries in 8 different countries whose focuses include: rescuing children from poverty and oppression, equipping leaders to continue their work, and translating the Bible into the languages of those who have not yet been able to read God’s Word for themselves.

Javier and Erin Gómez

Javier and Erin Gómez are missionaries in Guatemala with their three children: Brandon, Darwin and Rita. They are the directors of a private school called Oasis Christian School. The students of the school come from diverse backgrounds. The goal is to share the gospel with each and every student and through each child reach an entire family for Christ.

They minister weekly at the government orphanage. They visit churches and other schools whenever they are invited, sharing the gospel through songs, games, and stories. During vacations they present Vacation Bible Schools in the area of Zacapa and remote villages.

Ben & Jen Wood

Ben and Jen Wood live in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Jen ministers at Grace International School as a kindergarten teacher. Grace International School exists to offer an affordable and quality education for missionary families serving all through Asia. This makes it possible for the gospel to go out through Asia. Ben ministers at ZOE International. ZOE exists to bring the gospel to those who have not heard and to help bring the end to human trafficking. Ben specific roles at ZOE are as the Missionary Care director where he helps to care for all of the missionaries working for ZOE. He also leads the Mercy Network which is ZOE’s partnership with pastors all throughout Thailand. Ben and Jen are joined in Chiang Mai with their 4 children – Isaiah (17 years old), Addie (15 years old), Hayley (14 years old), and Galilee (11 years). All of the children attend Grace International School.

Unseen Ministries

In today’s media-saturated world, groups seeking to reach the lost and hurting need to be able to tell their story with the videos, writing, graphic design, photography, and web content people respond to. Unfortunately, many cannot. Unseen Ministries is a global team of artists and visionaries who – by providing these tools – seek to bridge the gap between these “unseen” missions groups and those who would support them.