Blended Service


The 8:45 a.m. worship service offers a combination of music styles including traditional and contemporary music, as well as special selections by the Men’s Chorus, Women’s Chorus, the children’s choirs, and the Youth Choir.
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Pathways Service


The Pathways worship service at 10:00 a.m. offers a casual atmosphere and a less traditional format set to contemporary Christian music by our Praise Band. This service is interpreted for the deaf each week.
(Interpreters are also available for Sunday School upon request.)
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Traditional Service


The 11:15 service is the most popular worship service at Oak Hill United Methodist Church. The Chancel Choir sings traditional hymns and special anthems. This service is interpreted for the deaf each week.
(Interpreters are also available for Sunday School upon request.)
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Children are welcome at all services; nursery care is available in the Children's Building. For more information on nursery care and Children's Sunday School classes, click here.


We have ample parking both in front and behind the sanctuary (see campus map). 


Breakfast will be served in the Fellowship Hall from 8 to 10:30 a.m.

Additional Worship Opportunities

Wednesday Night ReCharge

Join us in the Sanctuary from 6:15-7 p.m. each week for ReCharge, our mid-week, lay-led service with a message, music, prayer, and Holy Communion. Since this is a lay-led service, we are always looking for speakers willing to share how God has worked in their life. Interested? Sign up here!

Wednesday night dinners will be served during our Stewardship Campaign (Sept. 20-Oct. 18) and during Lent next spring from 5:30-7 p.m.

The nursery is available from 5:30-8:30 p.m. during both children’s choirs’ rehearsals. The Kingdom Cubs rehearse from 6:15-7 p.m., the Kingdom Kids (2nd-3rd grades) rehearse from 6-6:45, and Kingdom Kids (4th-5th grades) rehearse from 6:45-7:30 p.m.

The Labyrinth

Those walking the church’s labyrinth travel along a looping, spiraling path to a rosette at the center, pause there for as long as they wish, and then make their way out. Modern labyrinths often are used as aids to meditation, contemplation, or prayer.

This article from the UMC website explains the use of labyrinths as prayer aids. And this resource from the Upper Room Living Prayer Center contains some practical tips on how to incorporate walking prayer into your labyrinth walk.

The labyrinth is located next to the Children's Building (see campus map) and is available for public use.