In 2009, two families had the idea to start a church that was different from the churches of the time. Rather than focusing on liturgy and doctrine, they would focus on friendships and family. They called it Four Hills Church, a church for imperfect people.
Over 8 years, Four Hills evolved into a "café-style" church that ministered to approximately 30 families. Throughout that time, the church developed an identity of valuing honest faith and strong families. God has birthed a new vision to build a church on that identity, a church that values REAL FAMILY and seeks to make a difference in the families of the community.
Four Hills has opted to close the doors of it's café-style location and with it, close the book on Four Hills Church. In January 2018, the doors will open to the public for Real Family Church, a church that is laser-focused on spreading hope to families in Oldham County and its surrounding areas.