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

United Methodist Men & Women

Through our support and our contributions, we participate in the far-flung ministries of The United Methodist Church—in our district and annual conference, across the nation, and around the world. Here in our congregation we take part in service groups, we sign up for special action projects, we visit, we telephone, we deliver meals, we lead, and we teach. And we minister face-to-face in all kinds of ways, both when we gather and in our informal contacts.

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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

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

Oak Hill 101

Meet with Pastor Jim at 10:00 in his office or with Pastor Katy at 11:15 a.m. in room A201. Using "The Disciple's Path" as a guide, participants learn about the next steps in discipleship at Oak Hill UMC.

GO DAY

Sign up for these ministry opportunities in the Coffee Bar. Sign up sheets are posted on the bar area and there will be someone there to answer questions on Sunday mornings.

Buck-a-Book

The United Methodist Women are collecting books for the Buck-a-Book Sale, Saturday, May 2 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Books can be dropped off in the old nursery, which is directly across from the kitchen in the Fellowship Hall. There is a sign on the door.

VBS 2015

In this mission-focused VBS, kids experience God's unstoppable love and discover how to fuel up and move in and through life with God. Watch kids come alive with movement and images of all sorts of kid-friendly transportation, such as skateboards, running shoes, roller blades, and more!

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Where Everyone Is A Minister

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United Methodist Women

Marilyn Cannon - President, Oak Hill UMC UMW -  Marilyn.cannon18@gmail.com

The UMW is a community of women whose purpose is to know God and to experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ, to develop a creative, supportive fellowship, and to expand concepts of mission through participation in the global ministries of the church.

Book Club
The UMW Book Club meets the last Thursday of the month at 10 a.m. at a previously chosen restaurant for a breakfast meeting. Contact Diana Goodloe at dianagoodloe@gmail.com, phone 512-906-1931.

Chloe Circle
Chloe Circle meets the second Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. in the parlor. They meet for fellowship and discussion of relevant topics. Please contact Jeannine Inbody jeannine@inbody.net, phone 512-295-6977; or Susan Shineldecker at sshineldecker@att.net, phone 512-892-5085.

Dorcas Quilters
Dorcas Quilters meets the third Monday of the month in A203 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. They sew blankets and quilts for those having serious health issues. If you would like to join them, contact Beverly Mahady at 512-288-9567 or email bev6@att.net.

HUGS Project
We meet from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursdays in room A203 (we bring our own lunch) and we make neck coolers for the soldiers battling in the heat. In the Fall we start making Christmas stockings to send the troops, we also make bracelet ties (kinda difficult to describe here but gratefully received by the soldiers); in other words we keep busy all the time and could always do with a few more helpers.
Call Hazel Frandsen 512-291-0069 or e-mail Hazel at zuliehazel@yahoo.com. Alternatively ask anyone in the church office. Check us out - we're a great group and would welcome you joining us.

Lydia Circle
Lydia Circle meets for service, study and fellowship on the third Thursday at 7 p.m. Watch bulletins and the Cornerstone for locations. Contact Anita Barton at anitabchef@yahoo.com, phone 512-288-5541; or Nicole Simmons at nikelm@yahoo.com, phone 512-587-2400.

Mary/Martha Circle
Mary/Martha Circle meets on the second Monday of each month for food, fellowship and mission. Watch bulletins and Cornerstone for meeting times. Contact Karan Stripling at dstripling1@austin.rr.com or call 512-288-4502.

Praying Moms
Praying Moms is a circle of moms that meet each Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., off-site.

Wednesday AM Study Group
The Wednesday AM Study Group meets each week at 10 a.m. in A203 for prayer and faith-based studies. Contact Gail Jones at gjones1342@aol.com or call 512-906-0790.

Annual Retreat
Each year the UMW sponsors a retreat, usually in February, open to all women, at a nearby retreat center in the country. It includes worship, Bible study, and time for laughter as well as quiet reflection. We usually begin with dinner on Friday evening and finish up by 4:30 on Saturday. The registration fee covers 3 delicious meals, fun and refreshing activities, along with comfortable lodging. Take time to relax, to make new friends, to worship, and to draw closer to God.

RADA Cutlery Fundraiser
RADA Cutlery & Knives products are sold through the Oak Hill UMW as a fundraiser, all profits go to UMW missions. See the current catalog by clicking here.
RADA Fundraising Account - please note that we have established an Internet Fundraising account with The Rada Manufacturing Company for our supporters to be able to access Rada Cutlery, Stoneware, cookbooks and quick mixes anytime they desire. This is also a great way for friends and relatives out of the area to be able to support our group.
Please use the following information to place orders:
Website: www.helpourfundraiser.com
Order number: 505216
Password: rohumw123 (all lower case)
Note: Supporters will use their credit card for payment and the order is shipped directly to them. Oak Hill United Methodist Women will receive the profit from these orders the following month.
For more information or to place an order, please contact Betty DeJong at betfox1@gmail.com or call 512-829-4420.


United Methodist Men

Richard Reeves - President, Oak Hill UMC UMM - rgreeves@sbcglobal.net

Our mission is to support spiritual growth among men, helping men to mature as disciples as they encourage spiritual formation in others.

Family Breakfast
Six times a year, the UMM meets at 8 a.m. in Fellowship Hall for a time of fellowship, fun, inspiration and a hearty breakfast with friends and family. Everyone is welcome, and childcare is available on request.

Pete Vasquez Memorial Open Golf Tournament
The UMM sponsors a yearly golf tournament, open to all, and trophies are awarded. It's lots of fun, whether you are a participant or a spectator.

Cub and Boy Scouts
Our UMM group is the official sponsor of Cub Scout Pack #505 and Boy Scout Troop #505. Click here to see Troop #505's website.

Annual Retreat
Each year the UMM sponsors a retreat, usually in January, open to all men, whether members of the UMM or not, at a nearby retreat center in the country. The event begins on Friday evening with a hearty meal and ends shortly after lunch on Saturday. Over the years, programs have varied from featuring noted speakers to talks given by our own members about applying their Christian faith to their daily lives, in their marriages, on the job, as fathers, etc. This more relaxed setting gives participants the opportunity to unwind and share more deeply their own inner faith struggles. The retreat concludes with a communion service led by the pastor.

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