WHITESBORO — North Hills Baptist Church of Whitesboro will broadcast what is being described by many as Billy Graham’s last sermon. It will be shown on the church’s large double screens at 10:45 a.m. Sunday with an encore showing at 6 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.

WHITESBORO — North Hills Baptist Church of Whitesboro will broadcast what is being described by many as Billy Graham’s last sermon. It will be shown on the church’s large double screens at 10:45 a.m. Sunday with an encore showing at 6 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.


Free child care will be provided for both services.


Approximately 22,000 churches across the country are participating in Graham’s "Hope For America" emphasis but North Hills is none of the few churches showing his last sermon as part of their worship services. His final message is entitled "The Cross: My Hope For America."


"I think people of all ages will be inspired by his message and they will be astonished to see how much vigor and clarity remains in the 95 year old evangelist," said Tim Robinson, pastor of the church.


Both services will conclude with communion which is open to all faiths and denominations.


The church is located at 400 Hwy. 377 N. in Whitesboro. For more information go to www.northhillsbaptist.com