Oak Hill UMC 101

oakhill101Join us the second Sunday of each month, at 10 a.m. with Pastor Jim (in his office) or at 11:15 a.m. with Pastor Katy (room A201), for an “intro” class about our church. Using “The Disciple’s Path” as a guide, participants learn about the next steps in discipleship and becoming dynamic, engaged followers of Jesus Christ. Learn more about the history of the church, UMC structure and organization, UMC beliefs, our mission, values, strategy and vision, and Oak Hill UMC. Contact Pastor Jim at jim@oakhillumc.org or Pastor Katy at katy@oakhillumc.org.


Mom2mom is a women’s book group. We meet the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month at 7:30 p.m. in each others’ homes. Please contact Catharine Corder (catinbody@hotmail.com) and join our Facebook group: Mom2mom. Mom2mom affirms that all people are beloved children of God, and welcomes women of every age, background, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, and family configuration. We welcome women parenting children as primary parents, step-parents, mentors, and those who have lost children. We look forward to getting to know you!

Dinner Groups

Groups of 8-10 adults (plus those with kids), prayerfully assembled based on age, stage of life, interests, and major cross streets, meet for dinner together once a month. Get to know those folks you see every Sunday, enjoying fellowship centered around a meal at a team member’s home or a nearby restaurant. Groups meet on their own from September-November, and again from January-March. Great things are happening here! Come and join us. Contact Anita Barton at anitabchef@yahoo.com for more information.

Walk to Emmaus

You will emmausenjoy three days of singing, learning, laughing, worshiping, reflecting, praying and participating in small groups. Discussions center around fifteen talks given by laity and clergy. These talks present the theme of God’s grace, how that grace comes alive in the Christian community and how it is expressed in the world. You’ll also discover how grace is real in your life, how you live a life of grace, and how you bring that grace to others.

Consider a Walk to Emmaus. It will have an everlasting impact on your life. For more information contact Alana Oehler at also@austin.rr.com or 288-6916 or go to http://www.austinemmaus.org/Walks.php.

A new woman’s Emmaus 4th day group has recently started up, they meet every Monday at 6:00 p.m. in the Adult Ed. building room 102. All are welcome. Contact Anita Barton (512) 288-5541 or anitabchef@yahoo.com for further info.