Communicating the Love of Christ to All People is our PURPOSE.

Holiday Hill Baptist Church has met and worshiped in the neighborhoods of Glynlea, Holiday Hill, and Grove Park for over 50 years. We are located on the south side of Jacksonville and sit in the middle of these three well-established neighborhoods.

We are a multi-generational church with diverse backgrounds. Ranging from preschoolers to senior adults, our purpose is to communicate the love of Christ to ALL people.

Sunday morning is a major focus of worship and Bible study. We have Bible study groups for all ages at 9:45 a.m., followed by worship services at 11:00 a.m. Sunday evenings we do not have a traditional worship service, but have a rotating schedule of events, Bible study, and ministries. Please contact our church office for upcoming events.

Wednesday evenings we have Bible study and ministry for all ages beginning at 6:30 p.m.

As a member of the communities in which we live, our facilities are full of activity with our groups, ministries and classes, Upward Soccer, Girls and Boys Scouts meetings, Homeowner Association meetings, Holiday Hill Elementary and the Silversmith Creek Apartment community. We are called to not only minister to each other and our community but also to participate and help meet any needs we can.


Opening for Worship Leader

The position is part-time and compensation for qualified persons is at the high end of the part-time pay scale. Click the link to download the job description. To communicate interest in the position, please send your résumé to



School Supplies for Cabaret Haiti Mission

Summer is flying by and school will be back in session before we know it!  We would like to help Cabaret Haiti Mission (CHM) collect school supplies to prepare their 50 children and two schools in Haiti for the upcoming school year.

There are three ways you can help:

  1. Shop your local stores for back to school supplies.  The list of school supplies is below.  Donations may be placed in the marked box in the church foyer.
  2. Shop CHM’s Amazon registry online through this link will be shipped directly to CHM and Amazon will donate a portion of the sale proceeds to CHM through its Amazon Smile program.  CHM is continuing to update this registry.
  3. Donate to CHM for school supplies and other back to school costs (like uniforms).  Donations may be given to Nova Harb, who is Treasurer for CHM, or to the church designated for CHM.  All donations are tax deductible.

School supplies list:

  1. No. 2 Pencils
  2. 12” Rulers with Metric Scale
  3. Scotch Tape (with dispenser)
  4. Staplers (full size) with Staples
  5. Mini Staplers with Staples
  6. Scissors – Adult & child Sizes
  7. Liquid Paper Pens (correction fluid)
  8. Construction Paper (assorted colors)
  9. Colored Pencils (12 pack)
  10. Pens (blue, black and red ink)
  11. Basic calculators
  12. Advanced scientific calculators
  13. Chalkboard chalk (white & assorted colors)
  14. Chalkboard erasers
  15. Crayons (24 pack)
  16. Black Sharpie Markers (Fine Point)
  17. Washable Markers (12 pack, assorted colors)
  18. Tissue Paper (assorted colors)
  19. Erasers (standard pink)
  20. Pencil Sharpeners (assorted sizes – hand powered)
  21. Electric Pencil Sharpeners (not battery)
  22. Copy Paper (reams or cases)
  23. Washable Paint (individual size, washable, nontoxic, assorted colors with lids)
  24. Push pins
  25. Kindergarten Puzzles
  26. Elementary School Puzzles
  27. Hand Sanitizer (any size)
  28. Bar soap
  29. Antibacterial Hand Wipes
  30. First Aid Supplies (bandaids, ace bandages, Neosporin, hydrocortisone cream, alcohol wipes, ear/eye drops, Tylenol, gloves)

CHM is also in need of laptops for some of the teachers, if anyone has a used one they would like to donate.





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