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"He said to them, come and see." - John 1:39a

Oak Hill United Methodist Church

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Worship Times

Oak Hill UMC, where everyone is a minister, welcomes and encourages all to experience and embody God's unconditional love revealed in Jesus Christ, serving so that the world becomes what God desires.


Recharge at our mid-week Lay-led service with a message, music, prayer, and Holy Communion.

Disciple IV

DISCIPLE IV is the final study in the four-phase DISCIPLE program and is prepared for those who have completed DISCIPLE I. The study concentrates on the Writings (Old Testament books not in the Torah or the Prophets), the Gospel of John, and Revelation.


If you have a seventh grader or older youth in your family, they are eligible to participate in the annual Oak Hill UMC Confirmation classes from January 2015 to April 2015.

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Where Everyone Is A Minister

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Come and See!

Our purpose as a church is TRANSFORMATION -- changing lives and our world through Christ's love. For you, that means Oak Hill United Methodist Church can become a place where you can experience Christ's grace and love. We invite you to join us!

OHUMC - Financial Help For Ebola Out Break

Sierra Leone Mission Trip Cancelled -- As you probably know Oak Hill UMC will not be sending a mission team to Sierra Leone in November 2014 because of the outbreak of Ebola in Sierra Leone. The team that was initially committed to travel to Sierra Leone along with the Community Ministry Team wanted to help our neighbors and have sent $4,446.05 to UMCOR a to help fight the Ebola epidemic. This amount came from a communion rail offering and Well Baby Clinic which was changed to the purpose of Ebola - UMCOR.
Ebola is not just in Africa. A case has alarmed the city of Dallas and thus makes this a situation which is close to home and in our backyard. We need to continue to outreach to our neighbors, be far or near, and continue to pray for them and the doctors and nurses who are treating them.