Started during the suburban boom of the 1950’s, Bower Hill grew along with the neighborhoods it served.
During the turbulent times of the 60’s and 70’s, we were not afraid to face the issues of civil rights, the war in Vietnam or the challenges facing our youth. As these issues divided our nation, so it divided our congregation. But we faced them as a family and sought answers in how we could put Christ’s teachings into practice in a conflicted and confusing world.
Today we face many of the same problems as we did in the past. We struggle with the differences that separate people and concerns that our children face an uncertain future.
Now more than ever we need the guidance of our Lord, Jesus Christ; to establish peace and justice and compassion for all. Our history compels us to face the future with faith, courage and hope.