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26W401 Geneva Road, Wheaton, Il 60187
 Loving God and Loving Others
as together we follow Jesus Christ
Sunday Service  in person  and online :
at 10:00 am  each week.



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It seems  everyone has their idea of what church should be and how it should look.  Sometimes we try to come up with the latest and greatest gimmick that will get people into church.  It is not wrong to be creative, in fact God gives us creativity.  At the same time, we also want to follow good foundational principles.  We will explore the New Testament Book of Acts this Fall.  Our goal is to ask the Holy Spirit to help us discern principles for doing church that transcend time and culture.  You are welcome to join us in the journey in person, or on Facebook Live, each Sunday at 10:00 AM.


Sep 19, 2021
Prayer: Our main line of communication (Part 2)
We continue our focus on prayer this week. We will look at several different aspects of what it looks like to make prayer a core reality in our lives both individually and as a corporate entity. Our prayer for this part of our Acts series is that each one would seek to make a small step of growth in their prayer relationship with the triune God.
  • Sep 19, 2021Prayer: Our main line of communication (Part 2)
    Sep 19, 2021
    Prayer: Our main line of communication (Part 2)
    We continue our focus on prayer this week. We will look at several different aspects of what it looks like to make prayer a core reality in our lives both individually and as a corporate entity. Our prayer for this part of our Acts series is that each one would seek to make a small step of growth in their prayer relationship with the triune God.
  • Sep 12, 2021Prayer: Our main line of communication
    Sep 12, 2021
    Prayer: Our main line of communication
    It is easy to say that prayer is important. However, we each need to think long and hard and determine if our prayer activity, matches our prayer declarations. Prayer is a vital necessity for the life of any church. It is not just an individual necessity, it is a corporate necessity. We need to be praying people. We need to be a praying church. How will we make that happen?
  • Aug 29, 2021What Now? (Acts 1:1-11)
    Aug 29, 2021
    What Now? (Acts 1:1-11)
    No matter how much instruction you receive there comes a point in which you have to step up and do what you have learned. There comes a time when you have to act on what you have learned. That time came for the first followers of Jesus in what is recorded in Acts 1:1-11. We will look at the “marching orders” given to them by Jesus and some pre-cautions that we all need to follow.
  • Aug 22, 2021Looking Back…Looking Forward
    Aug 22, 2021
    Looking Back…Looking Forward
    We all face times of transition. We all face times when we know we need to leave something behind as we move forward in life. But what we leave behind is not forgotten, it becomes the foundation for our next step. The two volume set of Luke and Acts provide that transition for us. As we finish Luke we have a clear foundation and a certainty of God’s plan. As we begin Acts we will find clarity in God’s principles for His Church that we can all follow.
  • Aug 15, 2021One for the Ages (Luke 24:13-49)
    Aug 15, 2021
    One for the Ages (Luke 24:13-49)
    Imagine what it must have been like for the disciples to process the events leading up to the resurrection. Two of the disciples are privy to what had to be the most amazing sermon mentioned in the Bible. The risen Jesus explaining to them the flow of prophetic history and how it pointed to him. It was a sermon for the ages. We will look at some of those high points in the Scriptures this morning as we consider the risen, living, Jesus Christ.
  • Aug 8, 2021The Righteous for the unrighteous (Luke 22:63-23:49)
    Aug 8, 2021
    The Righteous for the unrighteous (Luke 22:63-23:49)
    To read again one of the crucifixion accounts should cause anyone to pause. Repeatedly, Jesus is declared innocent. Repeatedly, we see him caring for others in the middle of his own suffering. Repeatedly, we see the anger and vitriol that led to his death. One wonders how things would have been different had Jesus been welcomed and accepted as the Messiah. But for now we are left with the mystery of the only righteous one, willingly paying the price for unrighteousness.
  • Aug 1, 2021When God said, “No” Luke 22:35-62
    Aug 1, 2021
    When God said, “No” Luke 22:35-62
    Sometimes we fall into a trap of thinking we have heard all the stories of the Bible and there is nothing new. But as we examine the prayer of Jesus, his subsequent arrest, and Peter’s denial more closely, we can learn a great deal that will help us when we go through times that are confusing, tempting, and devastating. We must always remember that Jesus understands.
  • Jul 18, 2021“One Final Meal” (Luke 22:7-34)
    Jul 18, 2021
    “One Final Meal” (Luke 22:7-34)
    Following a service of baptism, Pastor Scott shares with us from Luke 22 and gives us some lessons we can take away from the Last Supper.
  • Jul 11, 2021Giving from our abundance? (Luke 20:45-21:4)
    Jul 11, 2021
    Giving from our abundance? (Luke 20:45-21:4)
    In a very brief but familiar story we discover one person who in humility, gave what she had to God. Others gave as well but made sure to keep plenty for themselves. A question for each of us is, do I give from my abundance, or from my heart? Do I know the difference?
  • Jul 4, 2021Freedom and Responsibility (Luke 19:1-27)
    Jul 4, 2021
    Freedom and Responsibility (Luke 19:1-27)
    If we have learned anything from the history of our nation it is that freedom is best exercised within clear boundaries and it comes at a great cost. In our spiritual lives we also discover that the freedom we have in Jesus Christ, came at a great cost to him and is best exercised in the boundaries God sets. In a familiar story and a familiarly themed parable, we discover anew the goal of Jesus to seek the lost. We also discover that those who claim to follow Jesus are given a freedom within boundaries to serve him to the best of their abilities. We will finally learn that God does not play games or put up with spiritual facades.
  • Jun 27, 2021Humility and Dependence
    Jun 27, 2021
    Humility and Dependence
    In three uniquely connected instances we learn something very valuable from Jesus.   When we approach God in true childlike humility and faith we find that he is there.  When we are willing to realize that nothing we have in this life is a substitute for depending on God we find he is enough.  It is then we discover soul satisfaction.
  • Jun 20, 2021“Already…Not Yet” (Luke 17:20-8:18)
    Jun 20, 2021
    “Already…Not Yet” (Luke 17:20-8:18)
    We are met with the concept of “already...not yet” in many situations in life. We just completed the graduation season. A student already has their degree but their full potential has not yet been realized. The same is true in Scripture. When we put our faith in Christ we are already acceptable in God’s eyes, and yet we are not yet all that we can be. We learn in this passage the balance of the already and not yet reality of the return of Jesus.
  • Jun 13, 2021A Tale of Two Men (Luke 16:19-31)
    Jun 13, 2021
    A Tale of Two Men (Luke 16:19-31)
    Choices we make in life matter. Consequences are real. How we live our lives day in and day out reflect what we really believe about God and His Word. We will all one day give an account. Our passage today is more about attitudes and priorities than it is about rich v. poor. God is not against wealth. He is however, not a fan at all of hoarding wealth for one’s own pleasure at the neglect of those in need. We each need to consider how we practically live out the truth we say we believe.
  • Jun 6, 2021Lost and Found (Luke 15)
    Jun 6, 2021
    Lost and Found (Luke 15)
    We have all had that sinking feeling when we have lost something. We look everywhere. The intensity of the search is related to the value of what was lost. In three familiar parables we find Jesus showing his hearers how valuable they are to the Father. And we learn that no matter how good we think we are, we are never good enough to earn a place in God’s eternal home. We still need God’s grace to open the door.
  • May 23, 2021Lessons at Lunch (Luke 14:1-35)
    May 23, 2021
    Lessons at Lunch (Luke 14:1-35)
    After another Sabbath healing Jesus uses the opportunity to teach through two parables. The first will focus on the value of humility and serving to serve not to be repaid. The second will point to a God who accepts no excuses. This chapter ends with a reminder that true followers of Jesus are willing to give up even the closest of relationships to follow Him. It is a true step of faith.


Our Purpose

Our Mission: Loving God and Loving Others as Together we Follow Jesus Christ.
Pleasant Hill Community church was established to serve our community.
The Bible says in I Peter 4:10-11
Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms. If anyone speaks, they should do so as one who speaks the very words of God. If anyone serves, they should do so with the strength God provides, so that in all things God may be praised through Jesus Christ.
Together we are working to:
Proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Honor God in ALL We Do. 
Connect in Relationship.
Care for the Needs of Our Community.


We endeavor to minister to the whole family.  We begin as early as possible to teach children about God who loves them.  We seek to apply the lessons of the Bible to each age group in age appropriate ways.  Our childcare workers and volunteers are screened so that we do our best to provide a safe and secure learning environment.  We also offer ministry to Middle School and High School Students.  We involve all ages in our adult ministry.


Pic44We view missions as a major ministry of Pleasant Hill Community Church. The vision and goal of Missons is to carry out the command of Christ’s Great Commission as we partner with individuals and agencies to make disciples of all nations.
Matthew 28:19-20 (NIV)
“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,  and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”
PHCC currently partners with 12 Missionaries and their families worldwide. We have a primary focus to raise up individuals from our own congregation to be active in making disciples globally. To that end 5 of our 12 Missionary families have formative roots in our church.  We also partner with two local organizations, Life Spring Women’s Ministry in Aurora, IL and World Relief DuPage/Aurora.. below are the mission organizations with whom we are ministry partners and links to their web sites.
Camp Oak Hills
The Navigators
Slavic Missionary Service
World Gospel Mission
Wycliffe Bible Translators

Weekly Schedule

We are meeting in person and also on line each Sunday  at 10:00 AM

Online Giving

We now offer you the convenience of financially supporting the ministries of Pleasant Hill Community Church online. Through this free and convenient method, you are able to give at any time. It is totally free to you. Just click on the “E-Giving” button below to be taken to the registration page where you can set up your personal online giving account. Egiving for Pleasant Hill Community Church
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