No matter who you are, what you do or what you have done, what you are experiencing now, or where you are spiritually, you are welcome at North Hills! We are committed to being a safe Christian community where people come together in the presence of God, and help each other cross all boundaries to draw near to Jesus so that we may come to His table and experience grace, peace, and healing.
Our building is now open for worship and small group meetings. Meetings must be scheduled in advance by phone (314-524-1686) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and must receive written confirmation before using the building. All meetings must commit to following building health safety protocols: There is a maximum of 10 people allowed in classrooms and a maximum of 20 people in Fellowship Hall. Sanctuary seating is limited to open pews. At this time, masks are optional.
Our sermons are posted on our Worship Life page and at facebook.com/NorthHillsUMC
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Our Study Fellowship time when we further explore the sermon scripture and theme is offered on Zoom every Monday from 6:45 – 7:30 pm. To join us for Study Fellowship contact us and we will email the Zoom link and password to you
As a connectional church, we continue to support the United Methodist Council of Bishops Statement on Racism
Racism is a sin, and The United Methodist Church is committed to challenging the unjust power structures that support it and working for equality in all areas of life. Please see our Prayer Life page for a 9:29 prayer challenge, updated weekly.
We are a small congregation focused around “God’s Table”. Our worship revolves around the sacrament of Holy Communion. We celebrate an open communion and welcome all to the table to participate in communion together. Jesus called the tax collector, the rebel, and the outcasts to be His disciples and to come to the table together to experience the love of God in spite of their differences. We meet around the table to cross the barriers of race, economic and social status, and all things that divide us. Together we worship in song, prayer, and scripture. Come and join us as we worship together in community.