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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.



Welcome To Pleasant Hill Community Church

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In 2023 we are inviting you to take a journey with us through the Apostle Paul’s letter to the church in Rome.  While there is a great deal of theology packed into the 16 chapters of this letter, there is also immense value for daily living.  We sometimes fail to remember that Paul was not just writing some theological paper, but he was writing a letter, to real people, in a real city, with real lives.  And like any group of people trying to get along, they also had some struggles.  We are going to do our best to keep all of that in mind as we explore Romans together each Sunday.   A key question we will ask week in and week out is simply, “What role does God’s grace play in my life right now?”   Please plan to be part of the journey each Sunday at 10:00 AM.   We would so enjoy seeing you in person, and yet we are also excited when you choose to join our livestream at


Mar 19, 2023
A Tale of Two Men (Romans 5:12-21)
Paul takes his readers through a compare and contrast scenario. He looks back at Genesis 3 and reveals that in Adam we were all subject to the ravages of sin that mars and destroys everything, and leads to death. But in contrast to Adam is Christ whose righteous act of dying on the cross has opened the door for all to receive God's grace and be declared righteous in God's sight.
  • Mar 19, 2023A Tale of Two Men (Romans 5:12-21)
    Mar 19, 2023
    A Tale of Two Men (Romans 5:12-21)
    Paul takes his readers through a compare and contrast scenario. He looks back at Genesis 3 and reveals that in Adam we were all subject to the ravages of sin that mars and destroys everything, and leads to death. But in contrast to Adam is Christ whose righteous act of dying on the cross has opened the door for all to receive God's grace and be declared righteous in God's sight.
  • Mar 12, 2023True Peace (Romans 5:1-11)
    Mar 12, 2023
    True Peace (Romans 5:1-11)
    We all have different ideas when we think of the concept of peace. Often it accompanies the ideas of contentment or having all our material and relational needs met. In this passage, Paul outlines what it means to have peace with God. As we examine this passage may we each desire to have peace with God. We will discover it is the foundation of a purposeful daily life.
  • Mar 5, 2023No Earning Power (Romans 4:9-25)
    Mar 5, 2023
    No Earning Power (Romans 4:9-25)
    Bridging the gap between Jew and Gentile, the Apostle Paul shows us that we cannot somehow earn our way into God's favor. He uses Abraham as his example who was put in an impossible situation and saw God come through in ways he could not have imagined. We have no earning power with God. We only have our faith.
  • Feb 19, 2023The Power of Siimple Belief (Romans 3:27-4:8)
    Feb 19, 2023
    The Power of Siimple Belief (Romans 3:27-4:8)
    When God levels the playing field no one has the greater advantage. God is the God of all. He is not a God who plays favorites. We are introduced to the fact that the path to a relationship with God is found in believing God as he has revealed himself to us. There is power in simple belief.
  • Feb 12, 2023Only One Place To Turn (Romans 3.9-26)
    Feb 12, 2023
    Only One Place To Turn (Romans 3.9-26)
    Paul reveals to his friends in Rome that in and of ourselves all of us, regardless of our heritage, backgound, good deeds, or religious rituals are not enough to earn God's righteousness. So God makes it possible for us.
  • Feb 5, 2023The Folly of Being Religious
    Feb 5, 2023
    The Folly of Being Religious
    In this section, Paul continues his critique of the Jewish believers; the "spiritually privileged." He reveals to them, and to us, the fact that religious knowledge, rituals, and practices are empty if they are not turning our hearts to Christ. If my behaviors are not the result of deep heart change, then they are just empty actions.
  • Jan 29, 2023Fault Lines (Romans 2:1-16)
    Jan 29, 2023
    Fault Lines (Romans 2:1-16)
    It is easy to point out the faults and failures of others. We see those very clearly. But it is more beneficial to consider our own faults. God is a God who holds us all to a high standard and he will call us all to a divine review of our lives. We are reminded that it is best to self evaluate and change as opposed to just pointing out the faults of those around us.
  • Jan 22, 2023No One Gets A Pass (Romans 1:18-32)
    Jan 22, 2023
    No One Gets A Pass (Romans 1:18-32)
    The problem with sin is that it infects and destroys everyone and everything. In a very hard and disturbing section, Paul points out that humanity has constantly been moving away from God and his righteousness. While some may want to highlight specific verses, the fact is all are guilty of sin and there are no levels of importance to sin. Sin is sin, and God must deal with it. One way he chooses to deal with it is to sometimes allow humans to have what they think they want.
  • Jan 15, 2023We all need gospel all the time (Romans 1:1-17)
    Jan 15, 2023
    We all need gospel all the time (Romans 1:1-17)
    Paul loved the Roman church and wanted to spend time with them. He wanted them to know how much we all need "gospel." Needing gospel is more than just the basic news of Jesus dying for our sins, it is the life after that initial belief. We all need to discover, daily, how to live out the faith that we claim to have as a result of the good news of Jesus.
  • Jan 8, 2023Beginning at the End (Romans 16)
    Jan 8, 2023
    Beginning at the End (Romans 16)
    It seems odd to begin at the end. It is the stuff of “spoilers.” Ancient letters listed their greetings at the end of the letter. Following the advice of one New Testament scholar, we begin our study of Romans by looking at the people to whom the letter was written. Having descriptions of real people in mind will help us think about this letter in terms of a practical theology. So, in this sermon, we begin at the end
  • Dec 18, 2022Come Home to Love (1 John 4:7-21)
    Dec 18, 2022
    Come Home to Love (1 John 4:7-21)
    Why do we give gifts? Hopefully, it is one way to express our love for one another. In fact, a gift given for any other motivation is not really a gift at all. Home is supposed to be that place of acceptance and love. We discover at this time of year that God loved us and gave to us before we even asked. God initiated his love for us. When we come home to Jesus we come home to perfect love and we have nothing to fear.
  • Dec 11, 2022Come Home to Acceptance (Psalm 103)
    Dec 11, 2022
    Come Home to Acceptance (Psalm 103)
    There are certain people who have a unique quality of making others feel welcome and accepted. They are rare, but they exist. In a hymn of praise, David describes God as one who has freely bestowed his benefits. This is a psalm that reminds the reader that when we come into a relationship with God, we come home to acceptance and we discover that God is active and we are merely the recipients of his grace and mercy.
  • Dec 4, 2022Come Home to Hope (Isaiah 40)
    Dec 4, 2022
    Come Home to Hope (Isaiah 40)
    We look at hope as an expectation or even a wish. I hope I get that present I really want. I hope we all get along at Christmas dinner. I hope Aunt Susie will make it this year. But God offers us so much more. Hope in our God is a confidence. When we put our faith in the Christ of Christmas, we have a confidence and a trust that is a sure thing. All God's promises are certain and we see them in the birth of Christ. When our hope is in our God there is a comfort and a confidence that is undeniable and incomparable.
  • Nov 27, 2022Come Home to Rest (Matthew 11:28-30)
    Nov 27, 2022
    Come Home to Rest (Matthew 11:28-30)
    Coming home. We come home from work and we just want to take a break and put our feet up. We come home from school and we just want to have a snack and unwind. Home is a place where we should be able to rest. Home is a place where we should get a break. Jesus offers us the ultimate rest for our soul as we enter our faith relationship with Him. Come Home to rest in Jesus today.
  • Nov 20, 2022Leftovers…Again (Malachi)
    Nov 20, 2022
    Leftovers…Again (Malachi)
    The temple is complete. The walls are built. The people are secure. And God for some reason is not as important. That seems to be the human condition. We tend to want God when we are in trouble, but when things are good we tend to drift. In Malachi’s prophecy, God calls His people out for their complacency and then promises to visit them in a powerful way.
What to Expect on a Typical Sunday
Each Sunday we gather at 10:00 AM.   
We invite all ages to be part of our time together as we begin.  However, we understand that it may be more comfortable for Infants and Toddlers to be in a nursery that we provide.
Dress is casual and comfortable.
Our music is a blend of that which is relatively contemporary and traditional
We will dismiss children up through 5th Grade to attend an age appropriate class during the sermon.   
Following the sermon all children return to the Auditorium for a time of response to the sermon through song.


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 involve all ages in our 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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