Frequently Asked Questions

About the church

Q1. What denomination is Harrison Hills Baptist Church

In a literal sense, we are an independent Christian church affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention. Though in a common sense, we would be called Southern Baptist.

The government of this church is vested in its members. It is subject to the control of no other organization, but it recognizes and sustains mutual cooperation common among Baptist churches. Insofar as is practical, this church cooperates with and supports the Southeastern Indiana Baptist Association and the State Convention of Baptists of Indiana, and is affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention.

Q2. Where's the best place to get information about Harrison Hills Baptist Church?

You'll find quite a bit about our church under the "About Us" menu above, or by visiting this link.  If you'd like to get even more information, you can contact us using one of the ways listed here.  However your best bet is to come visit us.  You'll find helpful people ready to answer all your questions.

About Christianity

Q1. How do I become a Christian?

The process is not complex.  You'll find more information here.

Using website features

Q1. How do I navigate around this web site?

The easiest method is to use the menu above (the dark bar below the header). If you click on the entries with the arrows, you'll see additional areas of interest appear (similar to most computer programs).

You can also use the search feature in the upper right corner. You'll also find a map of the entire web site here.

Q2. Can I get additonal details without actually going to each page?

There is a plethora of information available on this site.  Much of the more immediate information is readily available to the side of most web pages, such as upcoming events, news, etc...  If you hold your cursor over the link/title like here, you'll see additional information appear without having to visit that page.

Q3. Is there a way to receive updated events, news, and other information without going to the web site?

The site currently publishes events/schedules, news, recorded messages, articles, monthly scripture, and other items which can be pulled to your computer (or phone, etc...) as an RSS feed or Podcast, and events/schedules are also available as an iCalendar feed.  There are many e-mail apps (Outlook, Thunderbird, etc...) which can add an RSS feed which will appear as an e-mail.  There are many scheduling apps (Outlook, Thunderbird, Google Calendar, etc...) which can add an iCalendar feed as a remote calendar, which in many cases can be overlayed on your personal calendar.