Join us in-person on Sundays at 9 or 10:30 am and online at 10:30 am. Find the Livestream HERE.

Welcome to Henderson Hills Baptist Church in Edmond, OK!

Henderson Hills Baptist Church is a body of believers with a mission to equip one another to love Jesus and live sent. More importantly we’re a family - a place you can call home. We want you to feel at home on your very first visit, so when you enter our doors, you’ll find warm smiles to greet you; vibrant, worshipful music that will lift your soul; and powerful teaching from God’s Word that will transform your life. No matter what you’ve been through or where you’ve come from, you are welcome here. You belong here. Join us to see why God’s family is no ordinary family. 

Connect & Communicate

 To help us connect with you and communicate about our ministries, please fill out the form below.

 Thank you for taking the time to get to know us online. We hope to meet you in person soon! We know when you visit a church it can often feel intimidating, so we'd like to help with that any way we can.

Our Connections Team (pictured below) will be at the
New Here area in our Lobby, along with volunteers, ready to meet you and help get you connected. 


Jimmy Quinn
Connections Minister


Amy Ferguson
Connections Director

To help plan your visit to Henderson Hills Baptist Church, here are some...



Where is Henderson Hills located in Edmond? 

We are located at 1200 E. I-35 Frontage Road in Edmond, Oklahoma.
(The corner of 15th Street & I-35 near Integris Hospital)

What time are services?

Sundays at 9 and 10:30 am (10:30 service is also livestreamed)
Wednesdays at 6:15 pm (during the school year)


Where do I park?

There is guest parking on both the east and west sides of the building near the main doors.


What door do I go in to find the Worship Center?

We have two main entrances (one on the east side and one on the west side of the building). Both lead into our Lobby and the doors to the Worship Center. The New Here Area is located on the west side of the Lobby.


 Where do I go if I have kids?

Please park near the Hillside Kids area (by the playground) and enter through the main doors. Once inside there’s a check-in area with friendly volunteers to help you.

We take every precaution to provide a loving, safe environment for children. All teachers must complete a Recognizing & Reporting security/safety class and submit to a thorough background check before working with children. A duplicate tag check-in system is used to ensure children are returned only to their parent or guardian.


What should I wear?

When you walk through our doors you'll see a variety of clothing choices. If you want to dress up, you certainly won’t be out of place, however most of our attendees dress pretty casually. For example, from the stage you will notice our teaching pastor and worship leaders typically wearing jeans. Main thing we want you to know? You are welcome here no matter what you wear. We can’t wait to see you.


How would you describe HHBC's worship style?

At Henderson Hills we believe worship is about God and not about us. Because of that, we select and sing songs with lyrics that accurately represent who Christ is and what He has done. We also believe the Holy Spirit is the one who moves in hearts during worship and it's not our job to try to stir up emotions or cater to any particular personal preference. We simply select songs that speak Biblical truth. 

As long as this priority is met, we believe a variety of worship styles should be displayed in a church worship service. On any given Sunday you might hear a popular song from the radio sang right after a hymn written hundreds of years ago. In most services we have a vocal team accompanied by a full band which includes both electric and acoustic guitars, bass, piano, and drums.


How would you describe HHBC's preaching style?

We believe the Bible alone is our ultimate authority to teach us about God and how to live. With this in mind, our preaching style is expository in nature which means the message is completely based on Scripture and focuses to communicate it in a way that tells the original, God-intended meaning and context of Scripture. Modern applications and illustrations are sometimes used as a means of helping us understand how God's Word is just as relevant and applicable today as it always has and always will be.